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Old Thu, Mar-09-06, 15:36
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Chili dogs! Who'd have thought? I know my kids will love this one, and that's important since they haven't eaten a low-carb entree since I first discovered the Deep Dish Pizza Quiche, LOL! Any chance the results would be the same with petite diced tomatoes instead of sauce? I'm thinking I'll cook the tomatoes in with the beef to soften them - saves a few carbs that way.

I have some pork chops I must cook tonight, but tomorrow night, it's definitely gonna be the chili dog casserole!

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Old Thu, Mar-16-06, 09:03
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Just wondering if anyone put this through fitday. I'm curious about the carbs.
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Old Thu, Mar-16-06, 16:09
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Plan: Bulletproof Diet IF
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I put this in MyPlan, using 2 pounds of ground beef, 8 oz. tomato sauce, and topping off with 2 cups of cheddar...Totals for recipe are:

39.43 CHO
364.11 Protein
316.89 Fat
39.43 PECC
4548 Calories

If six servings, net carbs would be 6.57.
If eight servings, net carbs would be 4.93.

YMMV...depending on how much onions, additional cheese, relish, mustard, and/or sourcream you heap on.

I'm off to WalMart to buy ingredients, as this caught my attention and sounded absolutely yummy.
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Old Thu, Mar-16-06, 16:40
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Plan: Atkins
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This sounds great, but what is the "pkg of chili seasoning" you refer to?
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Old Sun, Mar-19-06, 17:47
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We made this today and it turned out pretty good! I estimated about 10 carbs per serving ( 6 servings total 1 pound ground beef). The chili seasoning we had was 16 carbs total so that really brought the carb count up. Also the dogs we had were two carbs per serving. Here's the breakdown I came up with

10 hot dogs 20
chili packet 16
tomato sauce 9
cheese 15 *we probably used 3-4 cups, dh loves lots of cheese

total carbs 60

This made 6 good servings for us. If you use the 1 carb hot dogs and use less cheese you can easily cut this recipe down to about 7 carbs per serving.

Very good recipe! The thing I loved the most about it was how EASY it was to make! Thanks!
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Old Mon, Mar-20-06, 17:50
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Not only can you find low carb hotdogs, but making your own chilli seasoning, or finding a lower carb premade one would really bring that way way down
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Old Fri, Mar-24-06, 21:20
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This was delicious. My husband ate it all night! I did use xtra lean ground beef, kidney beans and tofu dogs (less fat, less carbs, more protein!) with part skim cheese and ff sour cream just to make it more sb friendly but my husband is demanding i make this every week now! Thanks!
OH, also, i didn't have tomato sauce, so i added a tiny can of tomato paste with just a bit of water until it had a super thick texture.

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Old Sat, Mar-25-06, 20:58
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i want to try this- i guess i will wait untill next weekend. this sunday i am on a clear liquid diet all day and nothing the next day for a test on monday. hmmm- monday eveing is free to do this recipe!!! sue
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Old Sat, Mar-25-06, 21:13
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This was delicious. My husband ate it all night! I did use xtra lean ground beef, kidney beans and tofu dogs (less fat, less carbs, more protein!) with part skim cheese and ff sour cream just to make it more sb friendly but my husband is demanding i make this every week now! Thanks!
OH, also, i didn't have tomato sauce, so i added a tiny can of tomato paste with just a bit of water until it had a super thick texture.


Just in case you did not know, kidney beans are about 52 carbs for a 14 oz. can and not a bit LC.
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Old Sun, Mar-26-06, 06:35
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Just in case you did not know, kidney beans are about 52 carbs for a 14 oz. can and not a bit LC.


Thanks for the concern kevinpa, but i am on the South beach Diet, and beans are permitted. Kidney beans included.

BTW, I used a 19oz can, which is 71.28 g carbs and 41.04 g fiber = 30.24 effective carbs...ten servings in my casserole means that there is an extra 3.024 effective carbs per serving. Sounds fairly low to me

Last edited by berly_anne : Sun, Mar-26-06 at 06:55. Reason: found my kidney bean label
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Old Sun, Mar-26-06, 07:03
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Thanks for the concern kevinpa, but i am on the South beach Diet, and beans are permitted. Kidney beans included.

BTW, I used a 19oz can, which is 71.28 g carbs and 41.04 g fiber = 30.24 effective carbs...ten servings in my casserole means that there is an extra 3.024 effective carbs per serving. Sounds fairly low to me


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Old Sun, Mar-26-06, 12:05
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this sounds pretty good. i am going to try to make this tommorrow night. sue
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Old Wed, Apr-12-06, 18:03
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I made this last sunday and it was great!! I used raw onion on top and drizzled mustard on top. mmmmmmm I will definately be making this again.

Thanks for the recipe!!!
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Old Thu, Apr-13-06, 12:40
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I am definitely going to give this a try this weekend. Thanks for the recipe.
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Old Thu, Apr-20-06, 18:25
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Hi Y'all,

This one is a definite keeper. Will put it in my recipe file for now till I get off Induction.

Thank you very much Luzyanna.

Carol
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