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Old 05-07-2013, 01:32 PM   #166
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The breadsticks were amazing!

Susan, thanks for the recipe and Lisa, thanks for the advice!

I pulled out my huge Pyrex dish and plan to make 4 batches at once tomorrow!
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For those that have tried, do the breadsticks store well if you make multiple batches?
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For those that have tried, do the breadsticks store well if you make multiple batches?
I make 2 at once. One for "now" and one for tomorrow.
They store for that length of time.
From other experience: I also make IP potato/zucchini muffins and I make 4 batches at once. They store & I have one serving daily for 4 days at lunch.

These breadsticks have taken place of the muffins for a while. I've been having them with my asparagus mockamole (IP recipes #4). They'd be good occasionally with marinara, also. I'm not a tomato fan so I'm sticking with the mockamole. Might also try some cauliflower hummus, if I can re-find the recipe.
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Thanks Lisa. I'm definitely going to have to try these sometime soon. They look delicious.
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Making some kind of wrap or bread from the IP potato puree is my favorite way now to use the packet and to make a wrap or bread. I tried the mockamole recipe this weekend and it was great. I made it again to take to work with the potato bread - I changed up the spices and used chili/garlic/cumin.

Plan to try the potato rolls next week. Right now I am enjoying a rhubarb crisp. Yum.
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I'm having garlic bread for lunch.

I slice my potato bread in half, spray with "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" sprinkle on garlic powder and broil for 2 minutes.

Served with a side of roasted asparagus = delicious!
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yes single serve....5x7x1.5 volume 3 cups
hope that helps
Picked mine up today! (have been using spring board cake pan bottom lol) Made the potato bread and it came out very fluffy and almost the full height of the dish.. Then within moments it shrank/collapsed lol So I couldn't cut it horizontally for a sandwich and teh other for sticks So I just cut it into 1/4s and made 2 buns for my burgers tonight YUM!!
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First off I would like to thank Rainbow for coming up with such creative and yummy recipes!! So far i've only tried the Chocolate Cake Truffles and they are delish!

Does anyone know of an IP Potato Puree alternative? I really want to try the flatbread, but i'm doing IP Alternatives. Any thoughts would be great, thanks!
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RainbowSmiles:
Thank you so much for all of your incredible recipes. I wouldn't be where I am without your delicious creations!
The whoopie pies are calling my name! I just ordered the cake mix , and I'm looking forward to making them! So I have it straight, if i make just whoopie pies and no biscotti from that recipe , the entire thing yields one serving, restricted?
Am I right? It seems too good to be true Lol !!
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Cinnamon Sweet Irish Rutabaga Bread Pudding
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Maple Syrup Drizzle




this is a recipe i was inspired to create IP style....via this recipe
http://www.food.com/recipe/rutabaga-...g-irish-246114

IP version:
2 cups diced rutabagas precooked or canned, liquid drained, mashed with a fork
2 tbsp torani sugar free cinnamon brown sugar syrup
1 tsp cinnamon
1 egg white
1 packet IP Cinnamon Apple Puffs
Spray of ICBINB spray (i can't believe its not butter)
drizzle of Walden Farms Pancake Maple Syrup

mash rutabaga with a fork...add sugar free brown sugar cinnamon syrup, add cinnamon, add egg white...mix well with a fork until the consistency of applesauce...add the IP cinnamon Apple Puffs and stir.

Add into 2 oven proof ramekins and bake 350 degrees for 30 mins.
Invert onto serving platter and drizzle with Walden Farms Maple Syrup

Enjoy!!
































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RASPBERRY RHUBARB FOOL
with chocolate crumbles




1 Bag Frozen Rhubarb
1 rose tea bag brewed in 2 cups water
1/4 Cup Sugar Free Torani Raspberry Syrup
1 small packet unflavored knox gelatin
Walden Farms Marshmallow Cream
4 Ideal Protein Chocolate Soy Puffs

make your rose tea
stew your rhubarb over medium heat with 1/4 cup brewed rose tea until it starts to become soft. add more tea if necessary.
add your sugar free syrup and stew about 10 mins breaking up all clumps. let cool.
blend in magic bullet until super smooth!!

in a small bowl, add 1/2 cup cooled rose tea....sprinkle over top, 1 packet dry unflavored gelatin. let sit to bloom for about a min. add the gelatin to your rhubarb mix and blend well. pour into 4 little dessert dishes....(1/2 cup each) chill until firm.

the texture is amazing!! thick and creamy, almost like sorbet!!









spoon your raspberry rhubarb fool into a dessert dish alternating with walden farms marshmallow cream and top with 1 crumbled chocolate soy puff.

make 4 servings of 1/2 cup each and counts at 1/2 cup vegetable serving!







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Oh and don't forget to enjoy the rest of the tea for YOU!!

***THANKS LISA32989 for the inspiration!!***

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Leave it to rainbow to make my recipe BETTER (and much more visually appealing!)

So happy to have you creating again, my dear.
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Leave it to rainbow to make my recipe BETTER (and much more visually appealing!)

So happy to have you creating again, my dear.
aww thank you lisa!!

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Rainbow - fantastic looking recipe as always. But I'm most envious of your Downton Abbey tea!!!
omg jenjen...are you a downton abbey fan too??
i just ordered that tea!!!!
http://www.republicoftea.com/downton...-tea/p/V20177/

i splurged and ordered me 2 cans for me getting back on IP!! after 5 months off. it is totally delish!!!
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omg jenjen...are you a downton abbey fan too??
i just ordered that tea!!!!
http://www.republicoftea.com/downton...-tea/p/V20177/

i splurged and ordered me 2 cans for me getting back on IP!! after 5 months off. it is totally delish!!!
I'm a HUGE Downton fan, bordering on obsessed. Thank you so much for the link!!!
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