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    Just tried the bread pudding, pretty good. I added two packages of Stevia and a little cinnamon. Then I made a thick paste, like a glaze, using my banana protein powder and poured it over the top, yum!
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    these will be the death of me!!! ive been making these every day for the past week, taking them to the gym and sharing! got everyone around me hooked on keto!!

    Originally Posted by kwebbers View Post
    Still not impressed....

    Ok, so this is not the same recipe as the first 'Low Carb Bread', but it is very similar and actually came out a LITTLE better. I was so bummed after my previous bread failure that I wanted to give this one a try as well. Needless to say, I'm still disappointed in the outcome! GRR

    These bread recipes seem to lack the density and volume of real bread unlike the Banana Protein Bread...

    Verdict:
    STICK TO THE BANANA PROTEIN BREAD RECIPE haha I give up on any other bread substitute, though this one came MUCH closer to being 'bread-like' so I still suggest you try the recipe for yourself and share your input!



    Low Carb Bread II

    Ingredients:
    • 3/4 cup whey protein
    • 1/8 cup "Just Whites" egg white powder
    • 1 Tbsp baking powder
    • 1 pkt splenda
    • 1/8 t salt
    • 1/4 cup heavy cream
    • 3 large eggs
    • 1/8 cup water
    • 3 Tbsp olive oil

    Nutrition Information:
    Recipe makes 1 loaf
    (Calories: 972)
    Total: @ 12 carbs, 2 fiber, 109 fat, 57 protein
    10 slices @ 1 NET carb, 97 cal, 11 fat, 8 protein

    Directions:
    • Preheat oven 400oF. Oil a Pyrex loaf pan.
    • Mix all dry ingredients. Add wet ingredients and mix with hand mixer for one minute.
    • Pour into loaf and bake 15-20 minutes.


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    Originally Posted by KCW88 View Post
    Reps for all these great recipes!

    May I point you in the direction of this godly low-carb website:

    http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/recipes.html

    This should provide you with plenty of recipes for more tests, I've used this site many times already. Her spinach lasagna, cheeseburger quiche, and casseroles are all phenomenal. Haven't tried any of her deserts yet but they look good too
    Repped, thanks for sharing that great website!
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    Originally Posted by JKN77 View Post
    these will be the death of me!!! ive been making these every day for the past week, taking them to the gym and sharing! got everyone around me hooked on keto!!
    haha but at least they are low cal! you could munch on the whole loaf if you really wanted too

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    Repped, thanks for sharing that great website!
    you're very welcome
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    Egg Roll-Up

    I really wanted to make leejiayun's tuna eggrolls (http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showpo...93&postcount=1), but couldnt wait til this weekend so I made my own variation of the recipe with what I had. Since breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, I stuck to my morning staples: coconut oil, whole eggs, broc****, feta, light cream, and salami meat

    Verdict:
    great egg variation for those getting bored of the same old omelette routine
    tastes especially great with coconut oil
    easy to roll up without falling apart
    mixing the feta into the egg mixture turned out really really good
    overall a very filling and satisfying meal

    Egg Roll-Ups
    Ingredients:
    2 eggs
    1/2T coconut oil
    .5oz feta
    1 oz salami
    1T light cream
    3oz broc****

    *Notes: I wanted to try something a little different, and instead of using the feta cheese as a topping, I put it IN the egg mixture before frying it on the pan. It made the egg "wrap" taste so good!

    *feel free to use your own variation of ingredients as well as how much of each, this is just what I had on hand and I usually like a 400-500 calorie breakfast

    Directions:
    Mix together eggs and cream (opt. to add feta or other cheese)
    Melt coconut oil in pan
    Pour egg mixture on pan, cook for a few min while making sure to distribute the mixture to make like a large pancake - then flip
    Once egg is done, move to a plate
    Fry up the meat and veggies in the same pan
    Distribute meat and some of the veggies in egg mixture, roll it all up, and cut in half!

    Macros:
    466 calories, 33.9g fat, 2.9g fiber, 10.1g carbs, 28.5g protein
    (9% from carbs, 66% from fat and 25% from protein)


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    100g 80/20 beef
    2 slices bacon
    1oz Mozzarella
    1 Hebrew National Knockwurst
    350 in oven for 10-15 minutes
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    Originally Posted by DeathTaco View Post


    100g 80/20 beef
    2 slices bacon
    1oz Mozzarella
    1 Hebrew National Knockwurst
    350 in oven for 10-15 minutes
    Broil for 5

    wow
    I'm going to show my brother this, he'll love it
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    searching for recipes i can use natural peanut butter in! might try the brownies you posted earlier.
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    this thread is GOLD! haha can't wait to make some of these meals
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    Keto "Sludge"

    I was craving something sweet, salty, crunchy, creamy.... This is what I came up with, and it tastes pretty f*ing good

    Mix all these ingredients together in a bowl and enjoy:

    1 oz regular pork rinds
    1/2 cup Breyers carb right Chocolate ice cream (4 net carbs)
    1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
    1 tsp almond butter
    cinnamon to taste

    pork rinds and ice cream? yes, i'm serious


    macros:
    290 calories, 19.4g fat, 4.9g fiber, 14.7g carbs, 19.1g protein
    (this actually has about 4-5g less carbs b/c of sugar alcohols in the ice cream)


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    Originally Posted by CarlGN View Post
    this thread is GOLD! haha can't wait to make some of these meals
    thanks! feel free to share pics and your opinions on them if you do
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    Lololollololol

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    Are you just cooking 24/7? Give me a sec. Gonna see if my wife is ok with you moving in.
    awesome...
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    Talking Lindas Low Carb Food

    Just got my package of low-carb goodies... Already ate 4 slices of my bread hahah SO DELICIOUS!

    http://www.lindasdietdelites.com/

    Cinnamon Bread: 40 cals/slice, 0 fat, 0 net carbs, 5g protein

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    My first low-carb egg sandwich

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    Thumbs up Cheesy Beef Bake

    Decided to try out this recipe originally posted in the 'keto recipes' forum....http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=133626511

    Verdict:
    I have to admit, I haven't tried this yet as it is late at night... but I will be having this for lunch tomorrow Smells delicious though!

    I made a few changes:
    omitted salt and red bell pepper
    added 4oz broc****
    added an extra 1/4 cup egg whites

    Original recipe:
    Cheesy Beef Bake
    A quick toss-together and bake meal that's great for hungry families.

    Ingredients
    5 large eggs
    1 dash pepper
    1 dash salt
    1 cup frozen spinach, chopped, thawed & drained
    1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper
    1 lb lean ground beef
    4 oz fat free cheddar cheese, shredded

    Directions
    Preheat oven to 350 °F (175 °C).
    Coat bottom of an 8 x 11" baking dish with olive oil spray. Set aside.
    Brown ground beef. Drain well.
    Add chopped red bell pepper and chopped spinach to ground beef and mix together.
    Pour ground beef mixture in to baking dish. Use a spatula or wooden spoon to evenly distribute the mixture.
    Sprinkle 1 cup (half a bag) of the shredded cheddar cheese over the mixture.
    In a separate bowl, scramble together 5 eggs. Add salt and pepper to taste. Pour eggs over beef mixture.
    Bake at 350 °F for 15-20 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit for 5 minutes before serving. Cut into slices or squares.


    Macros:
    entire batch - 1662 calories, 97.1g fat, 11g fiber, 23.9g carbs, 173.7g protein
    1/4 batch - 415.5 calories, 24.3g fat, 2.75g fiber, 6g carbs, 43.4g protein
    1/6 batch - 277 calories, 16.2g fat, 1.8g fiber, 4g carbs, 28.9g protein


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    ^ made something like that last night except i used chicken and brocolli



    i just made this again using 2 chopped up salmon patties instead.

    Also, I find if you add blobs of cream cheese over the ingredients just before adding the cheddar - TASTES LIKE SEX
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    threads like this make me wish I was married so I didn't have to live in the Army barracks, old enough to carry a gun, not old enough to have cooking devices in our room except for a microwave -_-
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    Originally Posted by Hormel View Post
    threads like this make me wish I was married so I didn't have to live in the Army barracks, old enough to carry a gun, not old enough to have cooking devices in our room except for a microwave -_-
    aww but there's still plenty you can do with a microwave! I have some suggestions if you need any
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    Thumbs up French Toast Grilled Cheese Sandwich (OH YEAH)

    My two favorite bread meals ever! French toast and Grilled cheese... put them together and BAM! delicious

    Now, unfortunately you have to have the 0g carb bread in order to make this, so I suggest you buy some right now!!

    http://www.lindasdietdelites.com/die...bread-106.html

    I got a loaf of the cinnamon bread and its delicious - my next order I will get another and some plain bread as well

    Net carbs: <1g

    Verdict:
    This bread is so close to real bread its hard to describe it any better than that lol
    Since I decided to make this a french toast version of a grilled cheese sandwich, the end product is a little eggy and firmer once cooked which gave the bread an excellent texture!
    Since I only got one version of this bread, I'll admit that the sweetness of the cinnamon and salty combination of the meat, cheese sound a little strange, but it was actually very very good I'm so full and satisfied I'm happy I thought this up to make for lunch haha

    FTGC Sandwich
    Ingredients:
    1 egg
    1 T heavy cream
    2 slices 0g carb bread
    .5 oz salami
    1 slice cheese (I used American)

    Directions:
    Heat pan and spray with pam (you could use oil or butter if you wanted I'm sure)
    Scramble 1 egg in a bowl and mix in heavy cream
    Coat both slices of bread with egg mixture completely (will use all of the egg mixture)
    Fry both slices on the pan and flip when bottoms are golden brown
    Place slice of cheese and salami (or other meat of choice) on one slice of bread
    Top with remaining slice of bread
    Let sit for another minute or two on both sides to melt the cheese


    Macros: 342 calories, 20.9g fat, 14g fiber, 14.7g carbs, 24.2g protein


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    Originally Posted by kwebbers View Post
    My two favorite bread meals ever! French toast and Grilled cheese... put them together and BAM! delicious

    Now, unfortunately you have to have the 0g carb bread in order to make this, so I suggest you buy some right now!!

    http://www.lindasdietdelites.com/die...bread-106.html

    I got a loaf of the cinnamon bread and its delicious - my next order I will get another and some plain bread as well

    Net carbs: <1g

    Verdict:
    This bread is so close to real bread its hard to describe it any better than that lol
    Since I decided to make this a french toast version of a grilled cheese sandwich, the end product is a little eggy and firmer once cooked which gave the bread an excellent texture!
    Since I only got one version of this bread, I'll admit that the sweetness of the cinnamon and salty combination of the meat, cheese sound a little strange, but it was actually very very good I'm so full and satisfied I'm happy I thought this up to make for lunch haha

    FTGC Sandwich
    Ingredients:
    1 egg
    1 T heavy cream
    2 slices 0g carb bread
    .5 oz salami
    1 slice cheese (I used American)

    Directions:
    Heat pan and spray with pam (you could use oil or butter if you wanted I'm sure)
    Scramble 1 egg in a bowl and mix in heavy cream
    Coat both slices of bread with egg mixture completely (will use all of the egg mixture)
    Fry both slices on the pan and flip when bottoms are golden brown
    Place slice of cheese and salami (or other meat of choice) on one slice of bread
    Top with remaining slice of bread
    Let sit for another minute or two on both sides to melt the cheese


    Macros: 342 calories, 20.9g fat, 14g fiber, 14.7g carbs, 24.2g protein


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    Originally Posted by rob2093124 View Post
    I need thisss!
    no joke, it was phenomenal!! this no carb sh*t is the bombbb
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    Originally Posted by kwebbers View Post
    no joke, it was phenomenal!! this no carb sh*t is the bombbb
    I'm ordering some of this on Saturday! I can't stand it anymore! Love the new avi btw!
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    Originally Posted by ananf72 View Post
    I'm ordering some of this on Saturday! I can't stand it anymore! Love the new avi btw!
    I'm making a second order tonight - this time in bulk and thank you! I tried on all my bathing suits earlier to see what I was workin with lol I clearly had a lot of time on my hands today...
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    Originally Posted by kwebbers View Post
    I'm making a second order tonight - this time in bulk and thank you! I tried on all my bathing suits earlier to see what I was workin with lol I clearly had a lot of time on my hands today...
    lol yeah, gotta see which suits best show off the girls. I'm going to attempt a pork rind breaded calamari this evening. Isn't it weird to be talking about fitting into swimsuits and pork rinds in the same conversation?
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    Originally Posted by ananf72 View Post
    lol yeah, gotta see which suits best show off the girls. I'm going to attempt a pork rind breaded calamari this evening. Isn't it weird to be talking about fitting into swimsuits and pork rinds in the same conversation?
    haha no kidding! my friends seriously think i'm crazy when I say I want to stop at a gas station for a snack and come out with pork rinds and beef jerky lol they probably think i'm an idiot when really.....
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    Thumbs up Keto Salmon Burger (WITH A BUN)

    As some of you may know, I recently received my order of low-carb goodies including 2 different bread products and I just had the chance to use the hamburger buns tonight. Well, in my opinion they taste SO great! They aren't as soft as regular buns, but for 0g net carbs, these are absolutely perfect to fill me up (17g fiber!) and make my burger more satisfying

    Health Wise Hamburger Buns
    1 bun:
    80 calories
    14g carbs
    14g fiber
    (0g net carbs)
    5g protein


    IMAG0566 by kristen.webbers, on Flickr


    So, for tonight's dish...

    I bought the salmon patties pre-made from Whole Foods so I just fried it up in a pan and topped it with a slice of monterey jack cheese, jalepenos, some kale - and of course paired my burger with some broc****


    salmonburger by kristen.webbers, on Flickr

    macros for the entire meal:
    319 calories, 12.4g fat, 16.4g fiber, 20.4g carbs, 30.5g protein
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    ^^^ it looks DELICIOUS!!
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    In for later Shepherds Pie recipe, its been so long after i read you have one im now craving it.

    I just started Keto yesterday, and am excited honestly because im a huge fan of fatty meats like Pepperoni and Salami but always cut those out.

    I've noticed that none of the recipes use the Shirataki Noodles in dishes that would traditionally use noodles(like your mac & cheese)...any particular reason?
    I tried some a few weeks ago, once rinsed off they made a pretty damn fine noodle replacement.
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    Originally Posted by FuzzeWuzze View Post
    In for later Shepherds Pie recipe, its been so long after i read you have one im now craving it.

    I just started Keto yesterday, and am excited honestly because im a huge fan of fatty meats like Pepperoni and Salami but always cut those out.

    I've noticed that none of the recipes use the Shirataki Noodles in dishes that would traditionally use noodles(like your mac & cheese)...any particular reason?
    I tried some a few weeks ago, once rinsed off they made a pretty damn fine noodle replacement.
    I actually plan on making the Shepherds Pie this week so you're in luck

    And I just got the Shirataki noodles recently so my other recipes are for every day use since those are a specialty product (I can only order them online)
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    tried the Avocado fries and the "pizza crust" rollup recipies. they turned out great!

    im about ready to order some of that bread. im craving an actual low carb burger w/ bread!
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    No Whole Foods near you out there where your at in VA?

    One perk i guess of living in Oregon full of hippies, theres health food marts every few miles.
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