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Old Thu, May-14-15, 21:18
Barb8toes Barb8toes is offline
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Plan: Dr Jason Fung
Stats: 173.4/144.2/135 Female 62 inches
Progress: 76%
Location: Soap Lake, Wa.

Mmmmm, I'm thinking some chili burgers, chillies and taco-type seasoning..maybe pepperjack cheese. I am getting bored with the usual, this will be a great distraction. Thanks
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Old Fri, May-15-15, 06:31
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JEY100 JEY100 is offline
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Plan: IF Fung/LC Westman/Primal
Stats: 222/171/169 Female 5' 9"
Progress: 96%
Location: NC

Am I the only one old enough to remember the original "Impossibly Easy Pies" made with Bisquick? ...that's sad. This was the low carb version after removing the mix, but check out the many taste variations of this recipe still on their website. Two pages of recipes, Italian, Greek, Mexican, sausage, ham, chicken, whatever! :

Just a note, if following the Atkins limits on cheese, mayo and cream, watch your portions.

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Old Sat, May-16-15, 15:07
MuddyGurl MuddyGurl is offline
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Plan: Nutritional Ketosis
Stats: 255/239.5/160 Female 61
Default Easy Bisquick

Jey100..nope, you are one of many here I presume, who do remember all the many 'miracles' of both bisquick..AND those amazing Thanksgiving and holiday TV ads for Kraft Miracle Whip..

As a kid I recall..Take 1 cup Miracle whip..add in 2 cups cranberriews or some such nonsense.

My mom came unglued when she saw how much they pushed mayo IN EVERTHING possible… that was the early days of "product marketing" for you.

Bisquick also had a water and Bisquick (no egg even) semi gingerbread recipe, then you mixed powdered sugar with milk for the a batchelorette chef single girl I recall making it all the time!!!

useless calories of course
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Old Sat, Nov-28-15, 09:03
FatFreeMe FatFreeMe is offline
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Progress: 26%
Location: Saskatchewan, Canada

Guess what's for supper tonight!?
Glad you all like it so much..
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Old Mon, Nov-13-17, 18:24
forsythia forsythia is offline
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Plan: lo-carb, atkins
Stats: 202/195/130 Female 5ft. 1 1/2inch.
Progress: 10%
Location: michigan, usa

On my goodness!! Went looking for ideas for ground beef dishes and tried this one. It was great!! Easy to make and flavorful. Will make this again. DH really liked it too.
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