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Old Sun, May-23-04, 09:45
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I have soo many in my folder,lol. I have tried so many diff flavors for the kids. They liked them all except the orange. Im still stuck on lemon,YUMMMMM. MAYBE I'll get around to a cinnamon version

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Old Sun, May-23-04, 11:43
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I love this recipe and improvise on it regularly ... I always throw in a samll handful of coconut on top of the ingredienants as it helps with the texture, and normally I also add a handful of various crushed nuts ... my boyfriend loves it!!!

Lindyx
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Old Mon, May-31-04, 08:05
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Demi,
Great recipe!
I made a banana bread variation, using 1 tsp of vanilla extract and 1 tsp of banana extract. It turned out very yummy, I'll have to get some walnuts to put in next time. I also found a lemon curd recipe on the forum that I had with the lemon loaf, that was great! Thanks so much, Demi!

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Old Wed, Aug-24-05, 14:33
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Demi

It's a great recipe but at 8 slices it's 460 calories a slice. I hope everyone can stop at one slice

I halved the recipe, made a round cake somewhat thinner, (20 minutes baking) and put a little keto jam (2 tbslsp) and whipped cream (50g) on the top. Then I divided it into 12 slices to give 160 calories a slice, 1 net carb.
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Old Wed, Nov-02-05, 09:16
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I know this thread is old but I've just joined up here and was browsing

Becareful in using Whey Protein Powders in cooking where heat is involved. Whey Protein will denature when heat is applied making it basically useless.

Go with a milk based protein or use an egg protein powder instead when cooking where heat is involved.

Hope this helps.
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Old Wed, Nov-02-05, 09:36
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Hi Demi,

top marks on an excellent recipe - tastes just like Madeira cake.


Ah! I was thinking the recipe looked like it might.

This is great! I can't eat flour any longer, not even low carb, so perhaps I'll make this and some Lemon Curd for thanksgiving.

*dance*
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Old Wed, Nov-02-05, 11:57
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What is "Greek yoghurt"
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Old Wed, Nov-02-05, 13:05
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It is high fat yogurt that has been strained so the whey comes out of it. Its quite low in carbs.
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Old Thu, Nov-03-05, 05:21
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Becareful in using Whey Protein Powders in cooking where heat is involved. Whey Protein will denature when heat is applied making it basically useless.

Go with a milk based protein or use an egg protein powder instead when cooking where heat is involved.



All protein denatures when it is heated. Steaks, eggs, fish, whatever. That why egg whites and fish go opaque when they get cooked. Even marinading fish in an acid like lime juice will 'denature' it. All protein gets denatured in your stomach after you have eaten it. This does not mean it is "useless" or has no food value anymore! Denaturing means the original folded structure of the protein has been modified. Your body has to break down protein foods into amino acids in order to absorb them.

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Old Thu, Jan-12-06, 11:57
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You guys (all you) are makeing my hungry!!! LOL This looks GOOD! Great job! Can't wait to try it! Where do you buy your ingrediants for this stuff!? I usually don't like cook or bake much.. but when you see things like THIS it makes me want to cook, and becaues I'm home all day I could do this! lol Let me know where about you get all the stuff to go inside it! Thanks hun!
~Lisa
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Old Mon, Jan-16-06, 15:14
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Gay, how did you derive at the calorie content of a slice of this cake? I know there's a lot of butter in it, but what else would make it so calorie rich?
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Old Wed, May-03-06, 12:53
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Can anyone help me with the conversions? I used this page: http://www.recipegoldmine.com/kitchart/kitchart2.html

So it would be:
7/8 cup butter, softened
8 TBL splenda
3 eggs
1/3 cup vanilla whey protein powder
7/8 cup ground almonds
1 tsp baking powder
2 tsp lemon extract
1 tsp lemon juice

Is that correct? I'd like to make this for myself as a birthday cake, and I don't want to mess it up.
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Old Wed, May-03-06, 15:53
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There was an earlier thread doing conversions, and I think the almond flour was supposed to be 1 1/2 cups and the vanilla whey protein powder was 1/2 cup. The butter conversion was 2 sticks minus 2 tablespoons.
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Old Wed, May-03-06, 20:47
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So, I made this tonight based on the conversions I listed in my last post. DANG....it's good!!!!!!!! You get eight generous slices and each is very lemony, dense, and rich...with a crispy edge. I slavered on more butter, made some bacon and iced espresso, and had a fabulous breakfast-for-dinner. Then I took a couple slices to my LC sister...she loved it too. Of course, she loves it that even LC, I still bake all the time!!!

Highly recommended!!
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Old Sun, Jul-30-06, 21:21
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I made this today...it is wonderful.
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