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Old 05-14-2016, 05:51 PM   #181
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have anyone played with an alternative to molasses, to get the carb count down?

thanks

Henrik
Blackstrap molasses is only 11g per tbsp...it makes all the difference in the flavor and adds less than 1g carb per slice.
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Old 05-16-2016, 09:42 AM   #182
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In post 25, Buttoni mentions that she may try adding stale coffee. I don't remember anyone reporting back on this suggestion, so I thought I would. 1/2 tsp instant coffee powder may be a lot for some, but I also add a heaping tbsp of each the caraway and dried onion flakes so I can't taste the coffee with these competing flavors. This amount just adds a bitterness and a depth for me.
If you add 1 tbsp instant coffee and 1 or 2 tbsp cocoa powder, it makes it like pumpernickel bread. Also, if you add a tbsp of yeast, it gives it the yeasty flavor (won't really rise much because of lack of gluten) but the yeast also eats the carbs out of the blackstrap molasses, leaving only the molasses flavor!
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Old 01-24-2017, 03:57 PM   #183
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I am bumping up this wonderful recipe. I never came back and said how delicious it was - or maybe I did on the OTHER thread that this was on as well?

Anyway, try this simple and delicious recipe from our good friend Barbo! She has never steered me wrong yet and here is one more example of her LC skillz!
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Old 03-20-2017, 04:44 AM   #184
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I made this bread and it is fantastic. I made a grilled Reuben sandwich for me and made my husband one out of Regular store bought rye bread. He tried mine and said it was way better than his and he never says that about low carb baked goods. I will definitely be making this again!!
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:47 PM   #185
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Thanks everyone

Health problems have kept me from being as actively
creative as I have been in the past. However......today,
being spring of 2017, I got a desire to get into that kitchen
and try to make a decent sausage roll, keeping it keto.
I used the 'miracle cheese dough' recipe and some J. Dean country
style sausage and we had a miracle of sausage pinwheels.
They were voted 5 stars from DH and our young friends from
Czech Republic who were visiting with us. I had two, DH had
3-4 and the girls had two. My mind is reeling with the possibilities
of this dough.

If you are interested I will gladly share recipe. My thoughts are
that many of you already use the dough and perhaps would like
to share your recipes.

Happy Springtime 2017
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:21 PM   #186
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Me! I would love the recipe please!
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:25 PM   #187
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Barbo's Sausage Rolls

"Miracle Dough"
Sausage Rolls
1 1/2 c. Mozzarella cheese
2 oz. cream cheese, cubed
1 egg
3/4 c. almond flour

You will need a flat baking pan
Parchment paper
*8 oz. of Jimmy Dean Country Flavor sausage roll
which has been flattened out to about 12" by 8", placed on parchment
and laid into freezer while making dough. Use your judgment on size.

Preheat oven to 425
Place Mozzarella in microwave safe bowl
Add cubed cream cheese.
Microwave for one minute. Remove and quickly stir with a fork,
until you make a dough ball. Heat it again for a few seconds.
Quickly add 1 egg and almond flour and stir briskly until
you have a dough. Heat a few seconds if necessary and knead.

Dump out onto parchment lined, flat baking pan and with wet finger,
press into the length and width that you want.
Now lay on the flattened sausage. Roll up the long way and cut
into pinwheels the size you desire. Bake 425 for about 8 to
10 minutes. Watch. They will be golden brown. The times are approx.

This dough can be used in many ways for savory or sweet recipes.

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Old 03-21-2017, 05:21 AM   #188
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Thank you very much Barbo! I look forward to trying out this recipe. I live in Canada and do not have the amazing selection of foods that exist in the States and have no idea what this (8 oz. of Jimmy Dean Country Flavor sausage roll) is..... can you elaborate?
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Cathy, in case Barbo doesn't get in here today, Jimmy Dean sausage is simply bulk pork sausage that generally comes in a "tube" in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. They have many flavors - country, sage, hot, plain, etc. Any bulk sausage product should be fine, you just need 8 ounces of it.
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Old 03-21-2017, 11:39 AM   #190
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Thank you Charski! I have never seen bulk sausage. Maybe I should check out a butcher? In any case, I am use to removing it from the casing and I can always use ground pork and add my own seasonings.
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Old 03-21-2017, 12:40 PM   #191
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Thank you Charski! I have never seen bulk sausage. Maybe I should check out a butcher? In any case, I am use to removing it from the casing and I can always use ground pork and add my own seasonings.
Really? Wow! Almost all stores here carry it in one form or another. But yes, removing sausages from casings or seasoning your own works just fine!
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Old 03-22-2017, 04:44 AM   #192
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I did a Google search for Canadian brands of bulk sausage. There is a brand called Maple Leaf in Toronto that comes in a roll/tube. However, it has bread crumbs added like they do in England to their sausage and ground beef. There's also no telling if the seasonings are similar to the sausage here in the states. Oh, and the sausage is listed under the site's "frozen sausage" category so maybe you'll find some in your store's freezer section.
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LindaSue, thank you very much! I am very familiar with Maple Leaf and their products! Would never have thought to check the frozen foods section!!!
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