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Old Mon, Sep-26-16, 19:33
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Plan: Suzanne Somers; LC
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I had to have one of the other recipe cauli biscuits right out of the oven with a slab of butter on it...I was happy!
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Old Mon, Feb-27-17, 19:10
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As I've mentioned, these have become a staple for me. Here's my final (most likely) tweak on this recipe. The xanthan gum and psyllium give it a nice texture. You can omit them, but I like it better with. I found both of these ingredients in the health foods section of my grocery store. You could probably play around with different spices in these.

4 eggs
1/4 cup melted butter or other oil (I often use light-tasting olive)

1/4 cup coconut flour
1/4 tsp each baking powder, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, xanthan gum
1 Tbsp psyllium husk powder
2 Tbsp dry grated parmesan cheese (optional)
3/4 cup shredded cheddar

Combine the eggs and oil. Sift dry ingredients together well, then beat into egg/oil mixture. Spoon onto parchment-lined cookie sheet. Bake for 15 min at 400F. Makes 6.

Nutrition info for each biscuit, including parm cheese:
Calories: 219
Fat: 18 g
Carb: 5 total - 3 fiber = 2 net
Protein: 9

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Old Sat, Mar-04-17, 09:42
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I have been thinking I need to try tour recipe for ages, Kristine.
I have done coconut flour muffins and bread in past and really liked it, as did DH. The only problem was how crumbly it was- does the cheese help bind them?

I think itS high time for a new recipe. I have been in a bit of a rut.
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Old Mon, Mar-06-17, 19:25
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I've made these and their not crumbly at all, their very good
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Old Wed, Mar-08-17, 03:57
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These aren't crumbly; I'd describe them as a tad spongey. I think the cheese might help bind them; I have yet to try a cheese-free version. I think if I did, I'd add a bit more psyllium.
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Old Tue, Mar-14-17, 10:02
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Thanks, Kristine. They turned out well!
i forgot how much coconut flour expands- these were monsters! I had added water because batter too thick, and they each "muffin" was in a small ramekin. They were nearly over flowing at end
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Old Wed, Feb-13-19, 14:28
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So do you all think these would be good with bacon or sausage for breakfast?
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Old Thu, Feb-14-19, 09:17
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Oh yes!!
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Old Thu, Feb-14-19, 12:44
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So do you all think these would be good with bacon or sausage for breakfast?
VERY. One of my fave brunch meals at work. I work at a certain donut shop on the coffee cup in this pic. I don't eat the baked goods, but the cheese, egg patties, sausage and bacon are fair game.

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Old Thu, Feb-14-19, 14:53
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i think i have a wisk - is that all i need, or do you need a blender or beater?

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Old Fri, Feb-15-19, 12:48
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Just a whisk. I just made them and they are great! I have a giant bag of coconut flour that I never use. This is a good use for it!
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Old Fri, Feb-15-19, 16:06
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roger whisk - thanks.

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