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Old Tue, Sep-01-15, 10:18
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http://myfridgefood.com/recipes/sal...fed-onion-bombs

This is great just leave out the bread crumbs!!

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Old Tue, Sep-01-15, 10:20
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Crispy Bacon
What a great WOE
Aren't you glad we're not doing low-fat?


i love the poem to bacon
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Old Wed, Sep-02-15, 02:47
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Very glad not doing low-fat, Meme! We'd all be hungry!

Judy, that recipe looks good for the onion bombs...where do you find LC BBQ sauce, or do you make your own?

Kat
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Old Wed, Sep-02-15, 07:33
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Very glad not doing low-fat, Meme! We'd all be hungry!

Judy, that recipe looks good for the onion bombs...where do you find LC BBQ sauce, or do you make your own?

Kat


I haven't made this yet but when I do, I'll make my own sauce.
It is a pretty thing to make. I always modify all recipes to work within my restrictions.
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Old Wed, Sep-02-15, 07:49
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http://myfridgefood.com/recipes/sal...fed-onion-bombs

This is great just leave out the bread crumbs!!

In last batch of meatballs that I made, I followed a tip that I'd found in some other recipe and used grated summer squash as a filler instead of the bread crumbs my recipe called for. It actually worked pretty well. My family did ask what the yellow flakes were in the meatballs (it did look a little strange), but they also said that they liked them very much. They were my best meatballs yet. I'd tried almond meal and flax as a filler -- but got a thumbs down from my family on those meatballs.
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Old Wed, Sep-02-15, 08:25
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In last batch of meatballs that I made, I followed a tip that I'd found in some other recipe and used grated summer squash as a filler instead of the bread crumbs my recipe called for. It actually worked pretty well. My family did ask what the yellow flakes were in the meatballs (it did look a little strange), but they also said that they liked them very much. They were my best meatballs yet. I'd tried almond meal and flax as a filler -- but got a thumbs down from my family on those meatballs.

That's a great idea, Ken!!
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Old Wed, Sep-02-15, 08:30
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Judy, like Kat said, that recipe looks great!!!

Robin, I was a poet and didn't know it!!

Ken, great tip on the squash. I am definitely into that...
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Old Wed, Sep-02-15, 12:31
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Ken, thanks for that idea. I'd been thinking about using almond flour, and now I don't have to make an un-tasty meatball or meatloaf.
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Old Thu, Sep-03-15, 02:25
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I haven't made this yet but when I do, I'll make my own sauce.
It is a pretty thing to make. I always modify all recipes to work within my restrictions.

Thanks, Judy!
I do that too, when looking at recipes I am converting them in my head to see if it's worth the effort...

Ken, good idea - I wouldn't have thought of summer squash. I do crushed pork rinds for bread crumbs usually in stuff like meatloaf.
Kat
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Old Mon, Sep-14-15, 20:45
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I add canned tuna to cream cheese before stuffing jalapenos and wrapping with bacon (bake in oven). It don't sound like these ingredients go together...until you try!
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Old Tue, Sep-15-15, 14:46
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I add canned tuna to cream cheese before stuffing jalapenos and wrapping with bacon (bake in oven). It don't sound like these ingredients go together...until you try!

I bet that is good...
Kat
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Old Sun, Nov-29-15, 11:53
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http://myfridgefood.com/recipes/sal...fed-onion-bombs

This is great just leave out the bread crumbs!!



This looks so wonderful Judy, I don't know how I missed them!!
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Old Sun, Jan-03-16, 22:08
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Originally Posted by Judynyc
http://myfridgefood.com/recipes/sal...fed-onion-bombs

This is great just leave out the bread crumbs!!




There are some great recipes on this thread...
I am cooking this one, right after I go grocery shopping tomorrow.
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Old Mon, Jan-04-16, 08:56
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Cooked up an entire pound of Target's Archers Farms thick cut bacon in the oven yesterday. I made most of it floppy, so it wouldn't get too crisp on reheating.

Having a slice a day along with my scrambled eggs with HWC. I buy the big Kirkland bags of bacon crumbles and throw some of them in the eggs, too. There's no such thing as too much bacon.
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Old Mon, Jan-04-16, 09:33
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I love this thread!!!
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