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Old Sun, Aug-29-04, 14:53
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I tried this on Friday I think it was. The reason for the 1/2 yolk instead of 1 I found out was the filling was too liquid. I had a bit of a mess as it cooked

I also tried a blend of sweetners. I ended up making it too sickingly sweet and I couldn't touch it. The non low carbers in the house swore it was just right and loved it. Maybe I'm just getting to sensative to sweet
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Old Sat, Oct-30-04, 11:35
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Old Sun, Oct-31-04, 08:25
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Can you substitute cream cheese for ricotta in the pastry part or no?
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Old Sun, Oct-31-04, 18:48
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Hi - I made this today - but ate two - how many carbs are in each one?
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Old Sat, Apr-09-05, 10:18
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this receipe was passed around for a while in the TDC, and all who tried it was ery impressed.. I am goin go ttry some this afternoon..

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Old Sun, Apr-10-05, 10:55
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These sound great!!
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Old Sun, Apr-10-05, 17:23
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But, we still don't know how many carbs are in each one. I'm kind of math impaired, so one of you who know how to figure things out, please find a carb count for us. I'm dying to try one, but I really gotta count the carbs.
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Old Fri, Apr-22-05, 14:22
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hello susan KH

i put this through fitday and this is what i got

3 eggs - separated (reserve 1/2 egg yolk for filling) 3 eggs/extra large - 2

1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar (stiffens the egg whites) - 0

1/4 cup splenda - or your choice - 6 if using splenda pourable or packets

1 teaspoon cinnamon - 2

3 tablespoons ricotta cheese - or 1/4 cup - 3

Filling:
4 ounces cream cheese (125 g) - 4

1/2 egg yolk - reserved from pastry - included in above egg calculation

1/4 cup splenda - 6

1/4 teaspoon vanilla - should be zero


for a total of 23 carbs for the entire recipe or

six servings at 3.8333 per serving




Total: 763
Fat: 64 575 71%
Sat: 33 301 37%
Poly: 3 23 3%
Mono: 8 76 9%
Carbs: 23 87 11%
Fiber: 1 0 0%
Protein: 37 147 18%
Alcohol: 0 0 0%
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Old Fri, Apr-22-05, 14:45
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My hero...or should I say heroine!!?? I was too lazy to plug it into fitday. I guessed 5g per serving, so at least I gave myself some room for error. Thanks!!!!
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Old Tue, Nov-15-05, 07:15
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This sounds scrumptious. Can't wait to make these today. By the way, I'm a newbie to SB diet plan, I assume all these Atkins recipes would be fine. Anyone know for sure? I use a lot of apple and pumpkin pie spice, it has cinnamon, nutmeg and other great spices in it. I think it would probably be great in this recipe.
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Old Tue, Nov-15-05, 09:57
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Many of the Atkins recipies are too high in fat for south beach which is lower fat. Esp after phase 1.
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Old Sat, Dec-03-05, 17:11
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I ran this recipe thru the 'My P.L.A.N.' tool and this is how it broke it down (minus the Splenda* which apparently iisn't in the database as of yet):

Whole Recipe
11.92 g / 7% - Carbs, by difference
32.54 g / 19% - Protein
58.03 g / 74% - Fats
0.3 g* - Alcohols
3.69 g - Fiber
696 - Calories
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Old Sat, Dec-03-05, 21:29
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Hurray! I was looking for a new recipe idea that didn't involve meat. For the person who asked how to separate eggs, I just crack the egg in half and then kind of "pour" the egg back and forth between the shells - the white drips out and the yolk stays in the shell. Hope that makes sense - it's always worked great for me.
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Old Mon, Dec-19-05, 23:02
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3 words... OH MY GOD!! These were outta this world!!

Thanks for the recipe... a definite keeper
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Old Tue, Dec-20-05, 10:05
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WOW! these were amazing.

I think I goofed a little and got too much liquid in them cause they went kinda flat, but the taste was fantasic.
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