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Old Mon, Nov-14-05, 07:48
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Does anyone know if you can do pork rinds on the SB diet? I can't imagine that this would be too bad of a cheat. Anyway, I used to be an inkeeper for a B&B and found using a little all fruit and nuking it in the microwave was legal and gave evryone a variety of sugar free syrup flavors. I love the idea of making a large batch and freezing them.
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you might like to try this too....I made waffles with the mock danish recipe i took 4 oz of the cream cheese soften and 1 egg mixed in 1 lid full of vanilla then but it in the waffle maker that I got at wal-mart for under $10.00 and they were great!and sooooo easy!
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I made these this morning and OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wonderful!!!! Thanks so much, I'm not a bigg egg fan, so this really saved my life!!!
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The BEST waffles!! Thanks so much for posting this recipe!

Mine looked and tasted JUST like real ones. They are a hit - I made a double batch and am freezing the extras to reheat next week.

Thanks again!!
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I just made these, and they were SOO good! I added about 7 times the amount of cinnamon called for and also added pecans and lemon juice. I then poured a bunch of butter mixed with cinnamon over the baked waffles, Mmmmm. Thanks!
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Aloha Stormy,

Many mahalos for posting this recipe! It took me a few months to get to making it. Having to order the pork skin "pellets" (cheaper this way), frying them up (yum!) and today preparing the waffles.

Can't believe its got pork skins in it. You can believe I'll be experimenting with these for savory purposes.

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Old Sun, Jan-14-07, 13:05
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I remember making these a few years back when I first started low carbing. Now that I'm trying this again (wish me luck) I decided to give these another try. Didn't have any sf syrup, so I made them savory instead and topped them with pesto. Still just as good as I remember. But it still freaks out my friends.
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Old Mon, May-25-09, 12:27
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I made these yesterday with the pork rinds. I made two just like the recipe then, while those were cooking, I added Da Vinci's sf caramel syrup. That really masked the taste of the pork rinds. If I go that route again, I'd increase the eggs or add more cinnamon or add ground pecans because without that the pork rind flavor came through loud and strong.

Today I made them again. I halved the recipe, deleted the pork rinds and added 3/4 cup of pecan meal. Really pretty good. A touch dry. And next time I'll try adding caramel syrup. They, because of the pecan meal, look like whole wheat waffles.

Oh - I cooked them on setting 2 for 3 minutes.
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