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Old Sat, Sep-25-04, 12:59
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Atlee, I bow down to you!! lol. I made those right when I saw the recipe. Can you say super yummy!! For the past few days I've been skimming the recipe forum, but they're not all that convenient. This was as easy as who knows what!

I ate the whole batter thing, but i used just a little bit of oil and made them into pancake thingies. I topped them with butter and voila! the yummiest thing!

It's because of people like you who are so creative that will keep me low carbing.

Thanks!
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Old Wed, Oct-06-04, 09:06
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Atlee! You have the best recipes and LC baking advice! I can't wait to try these!
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Old Thu, Oct-07-04, 11:18
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Question Fellow 'Pegger with a question

I would like to try your recipe, however I have been unable to find erythritol in Winnipeg...
Do you know of a local supplier?
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Old Thu, Oct-07-04, 14:19
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The title caught my eye cuz I looooooooooooooooove donuts!! OMIGOSH!!! These sounds so yummy!! I am going to have to try those!!!!

-Aimee
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Old Thu, Oct-14-04, 09:41
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YUM, these were excellent (and easy - yay)!! Even BF, who is excruciatingly picky, said these were fantastic. He said "if they sold these in a store, I would buy them". Huge compliment from him! LOL

Thanks for sharing!
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Old Thu, Oct-14-04, 16:37
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I made these in vanilla with Designer Whey but the other day I was out of it...so I experimented. Here is a variation I came up with that was sooo good.
1/3 c Carb Sol'n chocolate shake mix
1 tbsp Atkins cappocino shake mix
1/2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa
2 eggs
1 tbsp heavy cream
4 tbsp butter
sweetener to taste-- I used 5 packets of Splenda, plus one to sprinkle on top

I whipped the eggs and butter, then folded in everything else. It makes a pretty thick batter. I made 8 little pancakes in a skillet, fried in a little (1 tbsp) Mac Nut oil. Sprinkled tops w the last Splenda packet. Yummy!
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Old Mon, Oct-25-04, 06:38
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I know. I am new to this forum but have done low carbing before. I usually have good luck. I loved the taste of these doughnuts even without vanilla in it and splenda as a topper. Just used cinnamon. The problem I had was when I put them in the pan they did not stay together. Well some did. I think I would have had at least 4 more doughnut holes if it had not spread out. I wonder if the brand of whey protein makes a difference. Anyone have any input on this? I just checked my brand and it does not say the name on it. Is made in Boca Grande florida. I dont even remember where I bought it from. Was either Costco or Walmart. Think I will get some of that Designer Whey Protein. Maybe that will work better.
My dog loved them also.
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Old Sun, Oct-31-04, 18:59
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Where do you get the erythritol? I checked at my health food store and they did not have it.
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Old Sun, Oct-31-04, 19:27
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puffysmom, I know this reply is late, but hopefully you will still see it. Try dropping the mixture in more rapidly, as one big dollup rather than pouring it in gradually. Using a clean finger to push the whole spoonload off the spoon and into the oil in one go helped me make real donuts instead of lots of frizzy dribble all over the surface. Hope that helps!

As for erythritol, if you can't find it just use the splenda specified in the recipe instead. It turns out fine!

Em
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Old Sun, Nov-07-04, 21:28
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WOW!!!!!!!! i just made these for an after dinner snack (craving donuts and didn't want t ocheat) and they were sooo great! i used the chocolate whey powder and i will definitely be making this again...very soon!! hahaha!!! it is a wonderful LC snack and so so easy!

thanks atlee!!
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Old Fri, Nov-12-04, 15:58
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Originally Posted by atlee
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1 egg
1/2 stick (1/4 c) butter, melted
2 tbsp Splenda or erythritol
1 tsp vanilla
1 scoop vanilla whey protein powder
Splenda & cinnamon for topping
Canola oil

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Great recipe! If you could take a moment and check the teeny tiny print on the bottom of your Designer Whey scoop, and let me know if it's the 60mL size or 'other', I'd really appreciate it. The scoops do vary between brands (and sometimes container sizes), so I just pull all my scoops and use measuring cups...leaving me scratching my head as to which scoop came out of my DW Vanilla Praline protein powder.

Thanks!
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Old Tue, Nov-16-04, 09:34
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I can't wait to make these, I have made the pancakes with my protein powder and they were awesome. Wow I love this forum!!! Thanks for the recipe.
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Old Tue, Nov-16-04, 13:56
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Islandgirl, not sure if you found this yourself but Atlee mentioned on the first page that she meant a 1/3 cup scoop. Hope that helps and sorry the reply is a week late!

Em
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Old Tue, Jan-04-05, 15:16
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Wow these are great. A keeper.
Made the doughnuts for my breakfast Christmas morning as a treat while the rest of my family had their sticky buns. One of my sons choose to help me eat the doughnuts instead.
For New Years morning I made it into funnel cakes and put some whipped cream on top. All 4 of the boys were picking at them. They wouldn't leave them alone. They said that it was way better than my old high carb recipe I used to make.
Thanks Atlee.
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Old Tue, Jan-11-05, 12:07
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Oh MY, these are Great,, I liked them so much that I made a batch of vanilla nd Chocolate,, now I wonder how long do they keep before getting a stale taste?? My son will devour lots when he gets home from school, but I wonder how they will taste tomorrow?? thanks for the great and easy recipe..
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