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jacreasy
on 1/16/18 3:24 pm
VSG on 04/23/12
Topic: RE: Cloud bread?

I tried it and it was awful. I also tried the one that has two different cheeses, pork rinds, egg I think that one was worse. Im pretty much done trying to make low carb breads lol Good luck

                                      

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dlevel
on 1/13/18 8:01 am
Topic: RE: High Protein Tuna Noodle Casserole

Is that 1/2 cup of milk or 1/2 a soup can of milk?

Anna O.
on 1/12/18 2:06 pm
Topic: RE: Favorite Instant Pot Recipes?

Thank you so much, I'll give it a try!

Nknerr
on 1/12/18 8:48 am
VBG on 12/07/17
Topic: RE: Favorite Instant Pot Recipes?

I use my Instant Pot to make the BEST chicken breast that is moist without adding a coating to the outside.

I place the breast into the pot and make certain that there is low-sodium broth covering the bottom 1/2 of the chicken and then make it according to the instructions (I think it is like 8 or 12 minutes for boneless chicken breasts. The meat is so tender and juicy and can then be used any way you like, without having to add extra ingredients to help cover dryness. Love it! best decision I ever made.

kaebee
on 1/10/18 4:35 pm
RNY on 03/20/17 with
Topic: High Protein Tuna Noodle Casserole

Ingredients

1 can Low Sodium Cream of Mushroom

1/2 of a milk of your choice

1 12 oz can of tuna, drained

1 cup frozen peas

2 cups cooked Banza Chickpea pasta

And seasonings of your choice

Directions

Cook noodles as directed on box, drain in colander . Then preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Season the tuna to your liking, then add all ingredients to casserole dish and cover with foil and cook for 25 minutes or until hot.

Of course you can add or remove whatever additional ingredients to suit your needs.

Anna O.
on 1/10/18 4:34 pm
Topic: Favorite Instant Pot Recipes?

I received an Instant Pot and a Sous-Vide Circulator for Christmas! I've started collecting a couple recipes to try but thought I would check in here to see if anyone has any highly recommended tried-and-true favorites?

Ifoundmywhy
on 12/31/17 12:29 pm
Topic: RE: Cloud bread?

Love it when you add some seasonings...garlic, cinnamon..it's a little trial and error, but it does mix things up a bit

heather1963
on 12/30/17 10:23 am
Topic: RE: Brown sugar?

I use Sukrin Gold.

TheRealMeWithin
on 12/24/17 1:10 pm - Canada
RNY on 06/02/17
Topic: RE: Low Carb Real Good Pizza Knockoff

that crust actually sounds good! I've tried cauliflower crusts and not been happy with them.

Definitely going to give this a try, thanks for sharing

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Natalie_H
on 12/15/17 11:15 am
Topic: Cabbage soup

One of my favourite detox soup recipes, delicious and healthy.

Ingredients:

2 cups of sliced cabbages

2 stick of coriander which has been finely diced

1 onion also which is finely diced

2 garlic cloves which have been grinded well

1 cup of finely sliced spinach vegetables or any other green vegetable which is available.

1 cup of carrot which has also been chopped

2 cups of water

Half teaspoon of salt

Half a cup of lemon juice

1 teaspoon of natural oil e.g. coconut or whichever is available

You should wait it to heat and then add your onions, garlic, carrots, coriander, and your cabbages. Cook this for about 5 minutes with low heat and keep on stirring over and over again until you have a uniform color on your meal.

You should then add your spinach and water to your meal and increase the heat so it can boil while covered for about five minutes.

The next thing is to add your lemon to your and the green into blender and then blend it until it's smooth and creamy.

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