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Old Thu, May-20-04, 13:58
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Default AMAZING Hamburger buns 1.2 CARBS!!!

I've been recently lurking on another low carb message boad and found this recipe that has literally pages and pages of raves about this recipe. I emailed the recipe owner and asked if it was OK to bring it over here and she said go ahead!

"These beat the heck outta the revolution rolls for bread. They are moist and chewy like bread and they won't stick to your fingers!
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You will actually use only 1 tbsp of the mix in your waffle iron, so that they come out in a circle shape instead of the square! I didn't count the number of buns I got, but it was a lot! Sorry about that.

The neat thing too.....the little squares hold in the mayo and mustard!!! No dripping! LOL"
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Sherrie's Savory Burger Bun

*Preheat the waffle iron

1 8oz Pkg cream cheese
3 eggs
3 tsp Splenda
1/2 cup Atkins Bake Mix
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp onion powder
1 tbsp parsley flakes
1/4 cup buttermilk

Beat cream cheese with mixer until blended smooth, add the remaining ingredients. Spray pan with a light coat of olive oil flavored non stick spray and pour in pan about 1 tbps of mix. It will make a perfect round bun! You can freezed them and reheat them in the toaster! My hubby says this is the best bread yet.

It should come out to about 1 carb per bun!
Nutiritional Info Via Fitday
Calories Total: 72
Fat: 6 70%
Sat: 3 39%
Poly: 0 5%
Mono: 2 20%
Carbs: 1.2 6%
Fiber: .11 0%
Protein: 4 24%

Source: sherrielee

These are EXCELLENT!!! I made them monday and have tweaked the recipe a bit so I can use it as waffles and tortillas.. I've missed bread and this is great!!
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Old Mon, May-24-04, 11:07
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These are really good. I crisp mine before using. They are great to use as a base for dip/spreads. I get mine even by using a 1 Tablespoon scoop, similar to an ice cream scoop.
Erika
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Old Mon, May-24-04, 11:16
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Great, now anyone have a receipe for pita bread?

Also, I don't have a waffel iron, but I do have the "perfect pancake" machine. Could I use that?
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Old Mon, May-24-04, 11:51
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Um.... if you don't have a waffle iron ... are there any other ways to cook/bake these buns???
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Old Mon, May-24-04, 12:07
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I've heard of other ways but I gotta tell you these little babies are really good so maybe you could borrow one, try and and then if you like it buy a machine for $10, or off ebay (garage sales or ask around maybe someone has one they are not using and would sell you.) These are so quick and easy to make, I double and keep some in the freezer.
Things I have done with mine:
base for eggs benedict
base for egg salad,
spread with sf JAM (really good right of the wafflemaker)
spread with cream cheese and topped with salmon MMMMMMMMMMMMM!
topped with cajun seafood spread
topped with smoked fish spread
topped with PB and jelly
egg sandwich (McMuffin)
as waffles

BTW I leave out the spices so they are for more uses
I want to try adding cocoa to make ice cream sandwiches
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Old Tue, May-25-04, 15:46
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Thanks for the recipe !

Can you think of a sub for the Atkins bake mix?


Thanks, barefoot
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Old Fri, May-28-04, 22:48
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I've also heard of using a muffin top pan to make these? Here's a website to purchase one:

http://www.cooking.com/products/shprodde.asp?SKU=178296

barefoot.. Here's a recipe that was listed with the bun recipe

Make your own Atkins Bake Mix

1 cup soy flour
2 cups soy protein isolate
2 tablespoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons Splenda

Sift together then store and use as you would Dr. A's. It's much cheaper and things come out about the same.
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Old Sat, Jun-12-04, 09:56
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I cook these on a hot griddle like pancakes. I just put a spoonful of the batter on the griddle and spread it out carefully with the spoon, let it brown on one side, turn it over and mash it flat with the spatula, cook on that side until brown, and turn once more to brown the edges of the first side in case any batter spread out when I flattened it. The only problem I have found with them is that they disappear before I get hardly any of them. My daughter who is also lcing loves them. I do, too, when I can manage to grab a couple for myself.
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Old Sat, Jun-12-04, 15:01
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These are great!! My DH thinks these are the best thing since sliced bread . Okay, bad joke, but seriously, these are awesome and he says they have made the difference in how he is looking at this WOE. He used to be a big sandwich guy and sandwiches and burgers on buns were the only think he was missing and now he feels like he has them anyway . Also, we bought a waffle iron just for these at Wal-Mart for $6.50 - can't beat that and they are worth it! Thanks Rapvnzle for the nutritional info too!
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Old Wed, Jun-16-04, 17:17
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Default rapvnzle help me!!

Hi, I found that great recipe for sherrie's savory burger buns,they taste great.BUT i am going out of my mind trying to find the original lo carb message board they were on..I see hat you found it on that site and was wondering if you could put me out of my miserty and share the link.
Thanks heaps.
Kiwigal
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Old Wed, Jun-16-04, 19:19
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Just printed this one out! Can't wait to try it! Thanks!
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Old Wed, Jun-16-04, 19:52
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I am really confused... Is this your typical waffle iron that makes grid shaped (low spots/high spots) waffles? I have a Belgian waffle maker that makes round waffles (it cooks from the top and bottom simultaneously). I just can't imagine this is the device this recipe is calling for to make hamburger buns.
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Old Thu, Jun-17-04, 04:42
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Default fantastic burger buns

You can find Sherrie's original posting of this recipe ~Low carb friends Bulletin board{YAHOO!!!I finally found the site that had been driving me crazy]
Its well worth reading through everyones replies,you'll end up with a number of finely tuned sweet and savory recipes,cooked in a variety of ways and with alternative bake mix substitutes..for those that dont like soy.
Its a definite "keeper" Deeeeelicous!!
Kiwigal
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Old Fri, Jun-25-04, 21:53
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Here is the link to the "waffles".

http://headed-west.com/breads1.htm

I made them tonight, leaving out the seasonings. We mixed xthanum gum with SF strawberry syrup to make a gel and stirred it into sliced strawberrys. Broke up the waffles in a bowl, added the berries and topped it off with whipped cream!!!

I add 2T of olive oil to the batter and the waffles don't stick. (I picked up my waffle iron at a thrift store for $3.99.)
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Old Sat, Jun-26-04, 18:48
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Thanks for the link, Lindym. I am much less confused now.
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