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Old Mon, Feb-27-06, 09:23
Jonahsafta Jonahsafta is offline
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Is there any recipe for these using CarbQuick. That I have on hand..I dumped my Atkins Bake mix a long time ago..UGH
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Old Mon, Feb-27-06, 09:23
Jonahsafta Jonahsafta is offline
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Is there any recipe for these using CarbQuick. That I have on hand..I dumped my Atkins Bake mix a long time ago..UGH
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Old Mon, Feb-27-06, 09:23
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Is there any recipe for these using CarbQuick. That I have on hand..I dumped my Atkins Bake mix a long time ago..UGH
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Old Mon, Feb-27-06, 09:51
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Is there any recipe for these using CarbQuick. That I have on hand..I dumped my Atkins Bake mix a long time ago..UGH
On the Low Carb friends thread I seem to remember someone using it and not liking the result.
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Old Sun, Jan-07-07, 17:57
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Plan: God's Will Be Done
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Originally Posted by Rapvnzle
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!!



Just thought I bring this thread to the top. This looks like a really good receipe for Hamburger buns. I've gotta try it soon. Hope it's as good as everyone says.


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Old Sun, Jan-28-07, 12:06
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If i am on induction portion of atkins can i still make the hamburger bun recipe??
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Old Sun, Jan-28-07, 12:08
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can i still have buns if on induction phase
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Old Sun, Jan-28-07, 13:00
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Yes, you can have the buns on induction. But remember, you're trying to wien yourself off of sandwich thinking so I wouldn't have them every day.
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Old Mon, Feb-05-07, 18:01
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I have been making these for years and I love it. I had one of those old pancake makers and boy do these do wonders with this receipe. Funny how when the pancake maker came out, everyone said they didn't cook well. But now I've found the perfect thing to make in it, so no square shapes for me!
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Old Mon, Feb-05-07, 20:41
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Since I can't have dairy, I subbed mayo for the cheese in rev rolls and they came out great. I'm wondering if I could do the same here, although there's a pretty big difference btwn cream cheese and mayo in consistency. Might give it a shot later on and see what happens.
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Old Fri, Jun-22-07, 13:16
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I just made these using carbquick (as sub for the atkins mix), and left out the baking powder. I also didn't use buttermilk (that stuff has to much carb for me), I used a mixtuer of 2T. cream, 1t. apple cider vinegar, and filled the rest of the 1/4 c. with water. They turned out fine, I think. Are they suppose to look like pancakes?
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Old Fri, Jun-22-07, 13:19
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I just use soy flour in place of atkins bake mix, which you can't find around here anymore
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Old Mon, Sep-10-07, 13:50
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I made these using a homemade baking mix and added an extra egg. They are fantiastic. I made them a little larger and used them for pizza. Loved it, so did DH!
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Just wanted to post so I could subscribe to this thread.
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Old Mon, Sep-08-08, 18:52
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I am baking them right now in a large muffin pan....don't have a waffle iron.....I used 1/4 c almond flour and a 1/4 c whey protein isolate for the bake mix.....they are sweet as the only whey protein powder I had on hand is the vanilla flavor one.....so I will pick up some unflavoured one for savory buns......

I tried baking some on the george forman grill (leveled straight)...they are ok......kind of flat........so I will look for a waffle iron I think.

Otherwise they are A+++
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