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Old Mon, May-16-05, 09:30
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I used
1/4 minicarb bake mix
1/4 flax meal
1 egg
1T Splenda, 1T sf syrup, 2T heavy cream and 1-2T water
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Old Mon, May-16-05, 09:32
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I did want to add that I used this exact recipe yesterday except that I added water until the batter was pancake consistency and cooked them just like pancakes. Still a little eggy, but tasty. I melted some butter and added sf DaVinci chocolate syrup to make a syrup for the pancakes. It turned out very good. I was pleased over all.
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Old Mon, May-16-05, 10:30
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I don't use eggs at all and it tastes just like a pancake!! I hate eggs and because of the flax, you don't NEED to use an egg.
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Old Mon, May-16-05, 16:24
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Today I visited my health food store and came home with loads of golden flax. Thanks for that one. I didn't even know it was out there. Also stocked up on the almond meal. I would assume that it's best kept in the freezer as well, right? I can't wait to start trying out all the great suggestions.
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Old Tue, May-17-05, 15:29
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I made a cinnamon roll bowl last night! It was so good

1/4C Atkins bake mix
SF vanilla syrup

mixed these together until it looked like "dough" consistnecy
Flatened it out to look like a roll, sprinkled with cinnamon and splenda and cut up a pat of butter on top. rolled it up, threw it back in the bowl... and there you go! Cinnamon roll! I'm going to try it with cream cheese frosting soon! Cinnabon... forget about it!

I love these things!
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Old Wed, May-18-05, 10:19
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I tried the pancakes without egg at first. They looked like pancakes but I couldn't get them to stay together to flip them. I think double batter or 1/2 egg would have been perfect.

Maybe I need to try the bowl muffin without egg. Hmmm....
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Old Wed, May-18-05, 10:23
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I tried the pancakes without egg at first. They looked like pancakes but I couldn't get them to stay together to flip them. I think double batter or 1/2 egg would have been perfect.

Maybe I need to try the bowl muffin without egg. Hmmm....


Well, the whole idea with bowl muffins is... they stay in the bowl! You probably didn't use enough syrup either.
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Old Wed, May-18-05, 10:25
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cre8tivgrl, here is my Pancake Bowl Muffin:

1/4 cup atkin bake mix
1/4 cup flax meal
1/2 cup mixture of sf vanilla syrup, heavy cream, water, sf maple syrup

mix it all up, nuke for 2 minutes big mug and voila!!!
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Old Wed, May-18-05, 12:35
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Oh no, I get the bowl muffin idea. I was just seeing if the recipe would make nice pancakes on the griddle.

Anyway, I tried the bowl muffin recipe without the egg. It was much like the consistency of oatmeal. In fact, that's what it tasted like too so if I never perfect the bowl muffin, at least I've found a fantastic oatmeal alternative.
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Old Wed, May-18-05, 19:31
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Ah! I think you would need an egg to hold it together in order to flip 'em. When I use carbquik without eggs, my bowl muffins are almost like bread pudding.

Generally when I'm using Carbquik to make stuff like waffles or pancakes I add an egg or two per cup of floury stuff. I made a shortcake the other night and I used 3 eggs to 2 cups of floury stuff, pancakes might take a bit more since it is more liquid.
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Old Thu, May-19-05, 00:12
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I made a cinnamon roll bowl last night! It was so good

1/4C Atkins bake mix
SF vanilla syrup


Oooh, I bet they'd be even better with the Davinci's Danish Pastry syrup!
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Old Thu, May-19-05, 08:53
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DANISH PASTRY syrup!!! Man!!!!!! I gotta get out looking for these Davinci's ... the store I shop at carries Torani and they certainly don't carry a danish one!!
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Old Thu, May-19-05, 11:49
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Yeah, Nancy... once I added the egg, they stayed together nicely, cooked evenly and flipped without effort and the flavor was that of pancakes (something I didn't find with porkrind powder). Next time I will double the batter but keep it to one egg.
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Old Fri, May-20-05, 06:42
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DANISH PASTRY syrup!!! Man!!!!!! I gotta get out looking for these Davinci's ... the store I shop at carries Torani and they certainly don't carry a danish one!!


I finally was able to get Davinci stuff by ordering it online from netrition.com.I'd never ordered from them but heard about them from others on this forum. I was pleased with the order. They charge a flat $4.95 for 2 day shipping, no matter how much you order or how much it weighs. I was able to order all sorts of things I was having trouble finding around here, like the Davinci syrups and almond meal. Too bad they didn't have liquid Splenda! I guess I'll have to order that from someone else since I can't find it at my local stores. I ordered the almond, creme de menthe and kahlua syrups. The Kahlua syrup is fantastic! I make a drink with ice, seltzer, heavy creme and the Kahlua. It is pretty yummy! Someone in the forum has mentioned that the Davinci Toasted Marshmallow is especially good. I think I may get that next. Last night I began dreaming up an idea that would make baked merigues using the Toasted Marshmallow syrup- maybe I can make some sort of low carb chewy marshmallow thing!
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Old Fri, May-20-05, 12:40
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Too bad they didn't have liquid Splenda! I guess I'll have to order that from someone else since I can't find it at my local stores.


You won't find it at any local stores. Liquid Splenda isn't legally sold in the US, except to food manufacturers. Anyone who is selling you liquid splenda is selling a black market item, and it's with the disapproval of the sucralose manufacturers.

That being said, liquid stevia is something easily found at health food stores, and I've used sugar free DaVinci syrup as my sweetener in lots of recipes to keep the carb count lower.
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