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    Post Cooking on Keto!

    Hey all! I absolutely love to experiment and cook new recipes and keto has given me the opportunity to flourish with this!

    Basically my goal and mission for this thread is to compile all the recipes I have tried and successfully made while on my own keto journey.

    I would like to provide for others a resource of numerous recipes, including my variations, and pictures of each as well as providing approximate macros!

    Since there are SO many variations of the same recipes out there (pancakes, for example) I feel this could help out a lot who may feel overwhelmed, like I was (and still am!) with so many ideas

    Feel free to PM me your feedback and/or to suggest any recipes that you would like me to try and I will be sure to post them!

    Thread Contents:
    Low-Carb Banana Protein Bread*
    Almond Butter/Cream Cheese Balls*
    Banana Crepes
    5 min. Pepperoni "Pizza"
    Basic Omelette
    Broccoli and Cheddar Frittata
    Basic Cheese Meatballs*
    Almond Flour Pizza Crust*
    Easy Tuna Muffins
    Avocado Fries
    Pepperoni and Swiss "Sandwich" Roll
    "Fake" Baked Mac n Cheese*
    Fried Tofu Chips
    Easy Breakfast "Calzone"

    look forward to...
    Low-Carb Spinach Bites (coming soon)
    Desiree’s Flax Almond Muffins (coming soon)
    Garlic Parmesan Flax Seed Crackers (coming soon)
    TVP "Oatmeal" (coming soon)
    Easy Flax Breakfast Pudding (coming soon)
    Cheeseburger Quiche (coming soon)
    Zucchini Fries (coming soon)
    Brownies (coming soon)
    Breakfast in a Cup (coming soon)
    Low-Carb Cheesesticks - from Russ (coming soon)
    Coconut Almond Muffins (coming soon)
    George’s No-Bake Chocolate Cheesecake (coming soon)


    *denotes a favorite of mine


    more to come daily....



    *Disclaimer* I do not take credit for any of these recipes *unless noted* I have found almost all of these recipes from various websites and search engines as well as the keto recipe forum on bb.com. Therefore, I have kept the recipe names from the original creator and I have posted the recipes as close to the original as possible.
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    Thumbs up Low-Carb Banana Protein Bread (or muffins)

    I cannot take the credit for this recipe as I found it somewhere online, but I decided to make it in a bread form instead of muffins, and it turned out amazing! For this recipe I was able to yield about 20 slices, each with only 1.5 net carbs

    My verdict: Absolutely delicious! I have the entire loaf sliced up and stored in my fridge to be used as a snack or breakfast for the week


    Whole loaf:
    2504 calories, 170g F, 95g C (29.8g net Carbs), 66g Fiber 140.6g P

    Per serving (1 slice):
    125.2 calories, 8.5g F, 4.75g C (1.5 net Carbs), 3.3g Fiber, 7.03g P

    Net Carbs: 1.5g /per slice

    Here is the original recipe, my substitutions are in parentheses:

    Zero Carb Keto Muffins
    These are zero carb muffins that will keep help keep your waist tight and trim
    Ingredients 

    • 2 cups flax seed
 (Spectrum Ground Flaxseed - 1280cal, 80gF, 80gC, 64gFiber, 48gP)
    • 5 egg whites 
(Giant brand - 150cal, 0gF, 5gC, 30gP)
    • 2 whole eggs 
(180cal, 14gF, .8gC, 12.6gP)
    • 5 T olive oil (can use coconut or other oil, I used Bertolli EVOO - 600cal, 70gF, 0gC, 0gP)
    • 1 T baking powder
    • 1 teaspoon salt
 (I omitted the salt)
    • 1/2 cup water
    • 3 packets Stevia
 (I omitted the Stevia - still tasted sweet w/o it!)
    • 2 Scoops SCI-FIT Nutrition Protein Powder of Choice- Banana works well for a low carb banana muffin/bread flavor. (I used MyoFusion Banana Cream - 294cal, 6gF, 10gC, 2gFiber, 50gP)

    Directions
:

    Mix all dry ingredients then add the wet. Whisk together and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes **When I took it out at 30 min, the loaf looked done but was still a little gooey in the center so I put it back in the over for about 10 more minutes and it was perfect! For muffins, 15-30 minutes should suffice)**

    Recipe Variations Attention Chocoholics: Use chocolate protein or add unsweetened cocoa powder. Feel free to add pumpkin, cinnamon, vanilla extract or even top your muffin with natural peanut or almond butter.


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    Thumbs up Almond Butter/Cream Cheese Balls

    I also found this recipe in this thread, tried it out, and love it! So far, I've used the balls as little frozen treats, or microwave them for 10 seconds to create a creamy spread for my above mentioned "banana bread"

    Net Carbs: 1.5g /per ball

    Verdict: Perfect as a spread or frozen treat!


    The original recipe is as follows taken from cuz_z_z at bb.com:

    Peanut Butter Cream Cheese Blobs/Eggs

    Ingredients
    100g of peanut butter (I used almond butter)
    300g of low fat cream cheese (I used weight watchers cream cheese because its what I had)
    1tsp of vanilla extract (I forgot to add this, but they still taste great)
    splenda to taste (I omitted this)

    Directions
    If necessary, let the cream cheese sit for ~0.5h so it gets a soft
    Cream everything together
    Place evenly rounded spoonfuls of the mixture onto a baking sheet or aluminum foil and place in the freezer for a few hours

    Macros
    My batch yielded ~20 balls, so depending on the size you will have to figure out your own. Mine came pretty close to the original OPs macros

    Per ball: 42 calories, 3.6g Fat, 0.8g Fiber, 2.3g Carbs, 0.9g Protein

    Tips from OP
    -After they have been frozen, you can move them into a container (and back into the freezer).
    -They taste best if they've been in the fridge for about an hour or so. (Leaving them in the fridge will make them too soft to handle.)



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    Used as a spread:

    bread+ABcheese by kristen.webbers, on Flickr
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    Nice !!!! repped.
    It will be great if you post some Belgian Waffles recipe, I have just bought Belgian Waffles maker.
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    Thumbs up Banana Crepes

    As you may have noticed at this point, I have MyoFusion Banana Creme protein powder that I am trying to use throughout my recipes :P I have so much protein powder from before so I need to put it all to good use!
    You may also begin to notice that I find MAJORITY of the recipes that I will be making from a great website found at --> http://www.camacdonald.com/lc/LowCar...ng-Recipes.htm
    Therefore, I cannot take credit for any of these! I have kept the names of the recipes to their original creators idea, and I have the recipes as close to the same as possible if you are ever curious as to which is which from the website.

    For a crepe-like recipe, I've found many variations but found this to be the most simple with great macros as a breakfast treat!

    Verdict: Easy to make, and delicious! Mine had a great banana taste from the protein powder

    Net Carbs: 4g


    Retromom's Crepes
    2 Eggs
    1 T Oil (I used 1/2 T coconut oil)
    2 T Protein Powder (~1/2 scoop Myofusion Banana Creme Protein Powder)
    1 Pkg sweetener (I omitted this - not a fan of artificial sweeteners)
    2 T heavy cream
    Mix all together and fry
    Recipe makes 2-4 crepes and can be doubled or more.


    **I made two large-ish crepes from this recipe

    Macros:
    446 calories, 32.8g F, 2g Fiber, 6g C, 26.8g P
    (includes 1 Almond Butter/Cream Cheese ball and 1 tsp Almond Butter used as cream filling)



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    Talking thank you!

    Originally Posted by Melamed View Post
    Nice !!!! repped.
    It will be great if you post some Belgian Waffles recipe, I have just bought Belgian Waffles maker.
    I would love to find a waffle recipe for my own use, though I do not own a waffle maker, I can still recommend a few that may be to your liking!
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    Thumbs up 5 min. Pepperoni "Pizza"

    So this recipe is actually a creation of my own...I'm sure there are plenty of variations out there, but when you are hungry and not in the mood to search for something yummy to make you tend to improvise and make with what you got, thus, my "5 min Pepperoni Pizza" Just thought I'd share since this is fairly simple to put together if you don't have a lot of time to prepare a complete meal...

    Net Carbs: 6.8g

    Serves 1
    Ingredients:
    6 large pepperoni (I used Applegate Pepperoni)
    2 slices swiss cheese
    1/2 cup broccoli
    1/4 cup shredded swiss
    1 cup spinach (optional for a side salad)
    1 tsp olive oil (optional for a side salad)

    Directions:
    While putting together ingredients, heat up the broiler on your oven.
    Lay out foil on a baking sheet and arrange the pepperoni slices to make a base for the "pizza".
    Lay the 2 slices of swiss across the pepperoni and distribute the broccoli on top (I steamed the broccoli first for 30 sec in the microwave to get it more tender).
    Next sprinkle the shredded swiss and place in oven about 3 inches away from broiler for approx 3-5 min or until the cheese is melted and slightly browned


    Macros:
    437 calories, 33.8gF, 1.8gFiber, 8.6gC, 31.1gP
    (includes mini salad w/ oil)


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    One of my first keto meals that I made successfully

    Just a basic omelette filled with brocco sprouts and cheese with avocado wedges on top


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    Thumbs up Broccoli and Cheddar Frittata

    I cut this recipe in half and made substitutions where needed based on what I had but it came out delicious! Very easy to make and a new staple of mine for an egg breakfast.

    Notes: I omitted the onions and subbed in feta cheese

    Net Carbs: 7.5g

    Broccoli and Cheddar Frittata

    8 large eggs
    2 teaspoons olive oil
    1 small red onion, sliced (about 1 cup)
    2 cups chopped cooked broccoli
    Freshly ground black pepper
    1/2 cup shredded extra-sharp Cheddar (2 ounces)

    Separate 4 of the eggs, putting the whites into a medium sized bowl and discarding the yolks. Add the 4 whole eggs and 2 tablespoons of water to the whites and whisk well. (I usually add a little more water to make it fluffy.)

    In a medium ovenproof nonstick skillet heat the oil over a medium flame. Add the onion and cook until it begins to soften, about 5 minutes. Add the broccoli and cook for another 2 minutes. Season with salt and a few turns of pepper. Pour the egg mixture over the vegetables in the skillet covering them evenly. Reduce the heat to medium-low, cover, and let cook until the egg mixture has set around the edges but is somewhat liquid in the middle, about 8 minutes. Sprinkle with the cheese.

    Meanwhile, preheat the broiler. Place the skillet under the broiler about 2 inches from the heat until the surface is set and golden brown, 1 to 2 minutes. Be careful not to overcook or the egg mixture will become tough.

    Cut the frittata into 8 wedges and serve.


    Macros:
    Calories 215, 12g Fat, 11g Carbs, 3.5g Fiber, 17g Protein
    (based on my variation)

    My variation of the recipe yields one serving:

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    Thumbs up Basic Meatballs

    Basic Cheese Meatballs

    Made these last night and they were absolutely delicioussss! It was a combination of two different meatball recipes to make one great batch!

    Notes: I went with 80/20 ground beef, but I'm thinking next time I will go a little leaner so that I can eat a few more without packing on too many calories. It was difficult enough trying to figure out the macros for ground beef was... I had to do an estimation because I couldn't find a solid answer.

    Using a little less than 1 lb of ground beef, I was able to make about 16 1'' meatballs covering mini cubes of colby cheese and baked for 20 min. There are a few variations of making meatballs found at --> http://www.camacdonald.com/lc/LowCar...ng-Recipes.htm

    Verdict: Greeeat for making a large batch and using for the rest of the week! Just let cool, store in fridge, and pop em in the microwave for a quick snack or dinner


    This is what I did:

    4 Servings
    Serving size: 4 meatballs

    Ingredients:
    1 lb 80/20 ground beef
    2 eggs
    1 tsp Mrs Dash spicy no salt seasoning
    2 sticks colby cheese - cut into 8 little cubes (Sargento)

    Directions:
    Preheat oven to 400 degrees
    Cut up sticks of cheese into mini cubes (each stick yields ~8 1/2'' cubes)
    Mix together ground beef, eggs, and seasoning
    Mold 1'' balls around each mini cheese cube
    Arrange each meatball 1'' apart from each other on baking sheet (I usually lay down foil to make clean-up easier)
    Place in oven for approx 20 min.
    Drain excess oils and fat if you'd like and let cool and enjoy


    IMAG0369 by kristen.webbers, on Flickr


    IMAG0370 by kristen.webbers, on Flickr

    Macros (if I did this correctly):
    Entire batch (16 meatballs) -
    1279 calories, 100.11g F, 2g C, 88.2g P

    Per meatball -
    80 calories, 6.3g F, .125g C, 5.5g P

    Per Serving (4 meatballs) -
    320 calories, 25.2g F, .5g C, 22g P

    Paired with 1 cup steamed broccoli:

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    I can't see the pictures please fix it.
    will do. thanks for letting me know
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    will do. thanks for letting me know
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    Thumbs up Almond Flour Pizza Crust

    Before you judge the fact that the recipe only calls for a tbs. of each ingredient, don't. No lie - it comes out to be a perfectly portioned individual pizza! (I say this because I was skeptical at first!)

    Verdict:
    WOW - absolutely perfect! This will be my new foundation for all future pizza creations for sure! The crust is just the right size and is doughy just like the real thing. Was also very quick and easy to make - which is a big plus!

    Net Carbs - 4g


    Almond Flour Pizza Crust
    Original recipe:


    PIZZA CRUST:
    1 tbs. almond flour (ground almonds)
    1 tbs. parmesean cheese **I used mozzarella because its what I had
    1 tbs. olive oil **Unless you need it to hit your macros for the day, you could prob use a little less
    1 egg **I used egg whites

    Directions:

    Mix everything together and fry it like a pancake.

    THEN

    top with your favorite toppings!
    (Lots of variations can be done for the toppings to make it your own - be creative!)

    Just pop this in the oven at 350 degrees and wait 5-10 minutes (until the cheese has melted)

    **My version:
    In my variation of the recipe, I made the crust foundation as the recipe called for, but I topped with:
    1 cup baby spinach
    1/4 cup feta
    and 1 serving of Hormel pepperoni slices
    (I omitted any tomato sauce to further reduce carb content)

    First, I broiled just the spinach and feta to melt the cheese, then lowered the rack in the over and placed the pepperonis on top to finish baking for another few min at 350 degrees.
    I think I will go with a different cheese than feta next time, so feel free to play around with the toppings!

    Macros:
    Pizza crust -
    210 calories, 19g F, 0.8g Fiber, 4.8g C, 9.2g P


    IMAG0377 by kristen.webbers, on Flickr

    w/ toppings -
    432 calories, 38g F, 2.2g Fiber, 7.5g C, 20.9g P


    IMAG0379 by kristen.webbers, on Flickr


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    Lightbulb Another option!

    I'm thinking this could also make a GREAT foundation as a tortilla to make some yummy quesadillas - seems to be a very versatile recipe (crepes anyone?) Will try this tomorrow and update with pics and macros....

    Originally Posted by kwebbers View Post


    Original recipe:

    PIZZA CRUST:
    1 tbs. almond flour (ground almonds)
    1 tbs. parmesean cheese **I used mozzarella because its what I had
    1 tbs. olive oil **Unless you need it to hit your macros for the day, you could prob use a little less
    1 egg **I used egg whites

    Directions:

    Mix everything together and fry it like a pancake.

    Macros:
    Pizza crust -
    210 calories, 19g F, 0.8g Fiber, 4.8g C, 9.2g P


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    Originally Posted by MASSter View Post
    Great job on recipes and pics! Making me hungry. But since I am doing intermittent fasting I stil have about 8 hours until I eat. Thanks....thanks alot(strong sarcasm). Keep the recipes coming as you get them.
    haha well, thank you! I will definitely be adding them daily so stop by often or whenever you're hungry!
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    Originally Posted by kwebbers View Post
    haha well, thank you! I will definitely be adding them daily so stop by often or whenever you're hungry!
    Wow! This is awesome! I'm going to try them all. Thanks for posting this.

    btw, I'm going to try a modified version of an avocado cheesecake with walnut crust (this months bon appetit magazine). I'll post back if it's any good.
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    Originally Posted by ananf72 View Post
    Wow! This is awesome! I'm going to try them all. Thanks for posting this.

    btw, I'm going to try a modified version of an avocado cheesecake with walnut crust (this months bon appetit magazine). I'll post back if it's any good.
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    Thumbs up Tuna Muffins

    Found this recipe and was one of my first keto snacks - I made a batch of four muffins and they kept great in the fridge for a few days and I used them as a quick snack or a meal on-the-go

    Verdict:
    Not bad at all - Can't complain with a snack that is relatively quick and easy to make and is protein packed with little to no carbs! The idea of making muffins makes things super convenient.

    Tuna muffins *EASY RECIPE*

    Original Recipe-
    You need:
    - 2 cans tuna (or salmon)
    - 2 eggs
    - 2 oz cheddar ( I use Cracker Barrel extra old! )
    - 1/4 cup chopped celery
    - Dry onion, garlic powder, salt, pepper... Anything you want Or more cheese!

    - Preheat at 350 F.
    - Mix the ingredients and poor into a 6 muffins pan (for me, I made 4 and used muffin papers for an easy clean up later)
    - Bake for 25-30 minutes.

    Make 6 "muffins" :
    103 cal, 14g prot, 0.3 g carbs, 4.6 g fat / muffin!

    *macros will very depending on the amount and what cheeses and or mixes you decide to use*


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    Thumbs up Avocado Fries

    I made this with a limited amount of avocado so my batch was VERY small lol I just wanted to test it out with the last 1/2 of my left over avocado... But nonetheless, this is a fabulous and delicious idea for a snack!

    Notes:
    These do not store well (they get soggy if refrigerated), so eat immediately!

    Verdict:
    Crispy and delicious!

    Avocado Fries
    Slice skinless avocado into thin strips
    Line on a piece of foil
    Season to taste (I used salt, pepper, and onion powder)
    Bake at 375 for 10-15 minutes
    Flip
    Bake for another 20-25 mins or until outside is slightly browned and somewhat crispy.

    More specific instructions found here:
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    I'll post a better pic once I make an actual batch :P
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    Thumbs up Pepperoni Swiss Roll (super easy)

    This is just a little creation of mine when I needed a quick snack on the go - enjoy!

    Pepperoni and Swiss “Sandwich” Roll

    Ingredients:
    4 slices (1oz) Applegate Pepperoni - (80 cals, 7g F, 1g C, 4g P)
    1 slice swiss - (60 cals, 4g F, 1g C, 7g P)

    1 Serving:
    140 calories, 11g F, 2g C, 11g P

    Directions:
    Arrange pepperoni on plate as foundation
    Place cheese slice on top
    Roll up, and secure with toothpicks

    Notes:
    You can be really be creative and do this with any sliced meat, but IMO large pepperoni work best when trying to incorporate more fats...

    Use guacamole for dipping

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    Thumbs up "Fake" Baked Mac n Cheese

    This seriously ALMOST tops the real thing... Okay, not reallly, but it sure as hell tasted waaay too good to be healthy!

    Notes:
    When I made this, I used 3 cups cauliflower and divided the end product into thirds - feel free to double this if you want leftovers! (you will definitely want leftovers lol)

    Verdict:
    I can't wait to eat the rest of this for lunch tomorrow Easily one of my favorite new side dishes and sub for mac n cheese

    *ps I messed around with the original recipe to make it more user friendly*

    prep time: ~10 min
    cook time: ~20 min


    "Fake" Baked Macaroni & Cheese

    Ingredients:
    3 cups cauliflower
    1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
    3/4 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
    1 slice swiss cheese
    1 T cream cheese
    1.5 T heavy cream (original recipe called for 3 T half&half but I didn't have any)
    1.5 T coconut milk (again, this wasn't in the original recipe but I didn't want to use too much cream)
    pepper, garlic powder, or any other spices you wish to add (I used onion powder, pepper, and mustard powder)

    Directions:
    -Take a half head or so of fresh cauliflower and steam it until it is just tender
    (Or, cut into chunks, put in a big bowl with a half inch of water, cover and microwave for 5-6 minutes until tender but NOT MUSHY!)
    -Drain, pat dry, cool enough to handle and then rough chop the cauliflower into noodle-sized pieces (basically to resemble pieces of mac n cheese noodles)
    -Set aside

    -In a saucepan over medium-low heat, warm 3T half & half and 1T light cream cheese
    -Tear swiss slice into pieces and add to saucepan
    -Season with a little black pepper and mustard powder (optional)
    -Add onion powder and sea salt to taste (optional)
    -Whisk until all melted and creamy but don't let it boil. Keep warm.

    -Preheat over to 350

    -Mix together shredded sharp cheddar (3/4 cup) and shredded mozzarella (1/2 cup)
    -Add most of the cheese to the warm sauce, leaving out just enough to spread over the top of the casserole
    -Stir the sauce until the cheese all melts
    -Add cauliflower chunks and gently fold with a spatula until the cauliflower is covered in sauce
    -Place mixture in a small casserole dish and top with remaining cheese.
    -Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes, until cheese starts to brown.


    Macros:
    (will post soon)



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    Thumbs up Fried Tofu Chips

    This is another recipe I found online at http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/snacks/r/tofuchips.htm last week and tried as I was getting introduced to keto. I had some tofu and wanted to get rid of it so this was perfect to try out...

    Verdict:
    Chips turned out crispy and tasted great topped with almond butter and cinnamon (like mini french toast pieces!)
    I followed this recipe "to a T" and really liked the end results, though it seemed to be more effort than it was worth.
    It was also difficult to approximate the macros, esp. since it is kind of difficult to estimate how much oil is actually soaked up into the tofu - depending on the sizes, and other variables, etc. So it was rather daunting to try to figure that all out when I was just getting started... But hey, they still tasted great as a little snack!

    Notes:
    Watch out, the oil splatters!

    From the website:
    "They are very versatile! You can spice them up in many ways, use them instead of corn chips for nachos, make them sweet, or put toppings on them for appetizers or snacks."


    Tofu Chips

    Ingredients:
    1 lb very firm tofu
    oil
    salt and/or other seasonings

    Preparation:
    1. Heat about 1/4 inch of oil in a large skillet (I like to use a non-stick pan).

    2. Slice the tofu into rectangles about 1/4 - 1/3 inch thick. They will shrink slightly during cooking.

    3. Place tofu pieces in the pan (if the oil doesn't sizzle, it isn't hot enough yet). Leave some space between the pieces.

    4. Fry each piece until golden brown in the bottom, about 3-4 minutes (mine seemed to need more time). You will start to see the edges turning color. Turn and brown on the other side, about 2 minutes or so.

    5. Remove from pan to a cooling rack or absorbant toweling. If using salt or other seasoning, do it while the chips are still hot.


    Macros:
    (will post soon)


    tofuchips by kristen.webbers, on Flickr


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    Just told my wife you are moving in to handle cooking duties.
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    Originally Posted by MASSter View Post
    Just told my wife you are moving in to handle cooking duties.
    Haha, California? Hell ya!
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    Thumbs up Easy Breakfast "Calzone"

    So I wanted to see what else I could do with the Almond Flour Pizza Crust recipe, and decided this morning I'd like to have a pepperoni calzone type meal...
    Let me know what you think!

    Verdict:
    simple and versatile

    Serves 1

    Ingredients:
    Almond Flour Pizza Crust recipe (see above)
    - this time I only used 1/2 T oil and omitted the T of cheese just so the calorie could would be lower
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    1 slice swiss cheese (I use Sargento)
    1/2 serving Hormel pepperoni slices (~7)
    Brocco sprouts (just to get a little color)

    Directions:
    Make Almond Flour Crust as mentioned previously.. then,
    After I flipped the crust in the frying pan, I layed down the swiss slice on one side and topped the cheese with pepperoni.
    Let sit to melt for a few seconds then folded over half the crust to cover.
    I put this on top 1/2 oz of brocco sprouts


    Macros:
    265 calories, 21g F, 1.2g Fiber, 5g C, 17.5g P

    Options: pair with another fibrous veggie or more cheese and meat!


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    ..... so when's dinner?
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    Originally Posted by rob2093124 View Post
    ..... so when's dinner?
    haha well, check out the 'fake mac n cheese' and 'basic meatballs' - they are a great combination I'm having that for lunch today!


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