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Plan: South Beach
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.
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!
Plan: General Low-Carb
Location: San Francisco
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!
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.
Plan: Atkins '72 It works best!
BF:mini goal 250
Location: St. Pete, Florida
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.