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Old Wed, Feb-16-05, 15:03
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Would an almond flour baking mix work in these recipe? I received a recipe from a low carb website that had a almond flour baking mix recipe in it - a substitute for Bisquick I think. I'm very new to baking the lc way and don't know that much about almond flour baking mixes.

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Old Fri, Feb-18-05, 17:11
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I also do not know alot about different bake mixes, but right from the first time I made theese l/c buns I used Carbsense zero carb bake mix and they have always turned out just fine. You can always experiment with different ingredients and add things of your liking, just remember to compute your carbs for whatever ingredients you are using. bsgatz
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Old Thu, Mar-03-05, 09:30
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So can I use a Belgian waffle maker? and whats the difference in the taste/texture do you think it will make.

All I can find are Belgian waffle makers!
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Old Tue, Mar-08-05, 08:52
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Post cream instead of buttermilk?

Can we use cream instead of buttermilk? I just don't ever buy it and it would go to waste, or else it would be a temptation for DH. Thanks for the recipe!
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Old Sat, Mar-26-05, 15:45
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Thanks for the recipe. These are great.

I found a two-waffle iron at Superstore for $10. It was well-worth buying to keep these waffles on hand.

My husband loves them so much that they were disappearing like crazy, so now I mix a double batch of batter and he has to cook them. We freeze the bulk of them and toast them as needed.

By the way, I could only find Belgian waffle irons too. It works fine. We make the full waffles, not the round ones in the picture. 2 heaping tablespoons of batter does one waffle. By my MasterCook calculations they still come out to about 1 carb per waffle after you subtract the fibre.
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Old Mon, Apr-11-05, 22:12
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I made these tongiht and they are absolutely fantastic!!! I cannot believe just how wonderful they are. If you are looking for bread that will blow you away, you need not look any farther.

I hope all of Sherrie's recipes are this good. I'll be trying many more of them.
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Old Sun, May-08-05, 15:50
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I love this recipe!!!!

Mine seems to take more than 2 tablespoons of batter though.

Amy
You can use cream. Just add 1/2 tbsp. of lemon juice to it and let it sit for about 5 minutes to "sour".
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Old Wed, May-18-05, 21:39
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can anyone post a pic pls?
thx.
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Old Mon, May-30-05, 21:11
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These are fabulous and the possibilities for seasoning and using/eating seem endless to me! I made mine in a pan, and got 13 of them...so closer to 2 carbs each. Best LC bread recipe I've seen yet - ya gotta make them!
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Hi Lindym,

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Originally Posted by Lindym
Here is the link to the "waffles".
http://headed-west.com/breads1.htm ...
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.)

This now links to some kind of horse site. I don't suppose you have the legit URL to the page with the recipe thread? Maybe it moved.

OM
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Old Tue, May-31-05, 17:06
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http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/s...te=1&p=5306298#

Hello everyone this is the original thread hope I copied it right these are awesome! Enjoy and thanks for letting me hang out..
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http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/s...ead.php?t=65922

think you'll find this is the right link!!
And its definetly worth a read all the way through to glean hints and tips!
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Old Thu, Jun-02-05, 12:29
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On the reverse side of parchment paper,draw around a bread and butter plate.
Then put about a tablespoon of the mixture on and carefully and thinly spread to the circle shape..nuke for one minute,they will puff up,then go down. As they cool you can easily peel them off the paper. {I usually have 2 going and fire one in to nuke while 1 is cooling]
You will get about 20. Then you dry fry each side in a pan til golden..Voila! Tortillas! store well in the fridge{just reheat in microwave for 20 secs]
I dry fry them for a litte longer and use them to scoop curries[Yum]
This idea, alas, is not mine! but the originator of the recipe Sherrie..I just picked up this idea when lurking on another site.


Great idea! I added a little olive oil, parmesan cheese, and italian seasonings to the mixture and then used the "tortillas" as the base for pizza. It is the best pizza substitute I've found yet. Thanks.

My next experiment will be to replace a portion of the atkins baking mix with wheat protein isolate to get more of a wheaty taste and a little more pliability. The search for the perfect pizza substitute continues. . .

Rich
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Old Sat, Feb-04-06, 13:24
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wHERE DO YOU BUY XTHANUM GUM, ETC??
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Old Sat, Feb-04-06, 14:23
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you can get xanthan gum through netrition. i get it at my local raley's supermarket in the diet/organic are of the store.
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