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Old Fri, Apr-01-05, 10:44
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Try leaving out the "meal" altogether. I have never used either on, only the bake mix and it always seems to turn out fine.
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Old Fri, Apr-01-05, 22:52
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Made one with Carbquik, strawberry LC syrup, some cream cheese and 2 sliced small strawberries. I count 3 grams carbs for the 1/4 cup Carbquik, zero carbs for the syrup, 1 g carb for the cream cheese and 2 grams for the berries - total 6 grams. Yum and I will continue to experiment.
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Old Sat, Apr-02-05, 20:06
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well i will try that! i will post on it. it really sounds so yummy. sue
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Old Mon, Apr-04-05, 21:24
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I've been experimenting with peanut butter. I made one tonight with peanut butter flavored syrup, peanut butter, carbquik and then I dropped a hunk of bittersweet chocolate bar in the middle. Nuked it and wow! Was really good. Like eating a peanut butter cookie.
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Old Mon, Apr-04-05, 21:48
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These sound great! I can't wait to experiment. Thanks!!
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Old Tue, Apr-05-05, 13:17
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My favorite is carbquick, carmamel divinci's syrup or cookie dough syrup, a touch of brown sugar twin and SF choc chips - like a fresh from the oven, warm choc chip cookie - yum.
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Old Tue, Apr-05-05, 16:07
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My favorite is carbquick, carmamel divinci's syrup or cookie dough syrup, a touch of brown sugar twin and SF choc chips - like a fresh from the oven, warm choc chip cookie - yum.



OH BOY!!! I'm seriously making happy squeaking sounds! That sounds like a dream come true! Thanks so much for the idea!!


Can you tell I'm excited??


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Old Tue, Apr-05-05, 16:38
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So I gotta ask, are any of you stalling out eating this stuff? This would send me into a stall really quick.
Signey
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Old Tue, Apr-05-05, 16:43
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I had one last weekend and was still in ketosis.

I am Carbquik's #1 fan, and I have never had a problem with the product - I am a Type 1 diabetic and my blood sugar remains stable (can't say that for Dreamsfields pasta, though).

I understand CQ is 12 net grams per cup, so by using 1/4 cup, that is 3 net carbs. The SF sucralose syrup is 0 grams and I used 2 small strawberries and a bit of cream cheese (another 1 g each).
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Old Wed, Apr-06-05, 02:11
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Hi from Oz. We don't have carbquick over here. However a chocolate version of the bowl muffins is rising in popularity amongst us LC'ers...it is: 1/4c almond meal, big tbsp dark cocoa,
1/8c xylitol, 1 egg, 1/4 c pure cream and dash vanilla. Nuke. This comes out like a sort of chocolate bread pudding and is really great. I put LC ice cream on it and go to heaven.

Val
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Old Wed, Apr-06-05, 09:42
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I had the most amazing bowl muffin (wanted to shorten it to BM - but that looked soooo not right, lol) I used:

1/4 c bake mix
1/4 c flax seeds ground
1/4 tsp baking soda
1 egg
pinch o' salt
water till pancake consistancy

Nuked it in a personal sized caserole dish, sliced it in half widthwise... and I had the most amazing egg salad sandwich. It made the perfect bread. Yummers!
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Old Sat, Apr-09-05, 21:21
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I tried this and it was good but tasted almost too "flour-ish" - like I was eating plain flower. I added plenty of davinci syrup and it was sweet enough, but just had that kind of floury taste. Should I add more egg, or maybe some milk? BTW, I used davinci vanilla, 1 egg white, some cinnamon, and an additional packet of splenda - very good (except for the slight floury taste). I think the cinnamon really added something to it.

Laurie
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Old Sat, Apr-09-05, 21:52
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I think it needs a full egg (not egg white), and perhaps add a bit of cream for he liquid.

Val
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Old Sun, Apr-17-05, 09:44
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I had a bout of balky intestines so I started adding flax meal to the CQ every morning. I think it gives it more of a crumbly muffin texture.

Yeah, I'd agree if you don't like bread pudding type of consistency, add more egg, a whole egg. It'll puff up better too.
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Old Thu, Apr-21-05, 10:04
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These sound great! I have Designer whey protein powder in three flavors as well as the Atkins capuccino PP. I'll play around with mixing various flavors into the bowl with the other things. I'll let you all know how that turns out.

I just love this concept!
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