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Old 04-14-2013, 10:45 AM   #196
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I also think the meatballs would make an amazing dish to take to someone's house for an appetizer!

I know I've seen people post asking what to take to a party that is IP friendly and delicious!
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Default Festive Crunchy Pimento Scallion Crackers



Festive Crunchy Pimento Scallion Crackers

Crunchy & Delicious!!



1 packet IP Potato Puree
1/4 cup chopped green onion tops/scallions
1 TBSP pimentos pressed of all excess liquid, squeezed
1 TBSP dried shallots/or onions
1 tsp garlic gold nuggets
1 tsp salt, dash red pepper flakes
3 TBSP water





add all ingredients into your magic bullet and blend for about 5-10 seconds until blended.

turn out onto parchment paper lined baking pan




i sprayed with non-stick pam spray and then folded over one side of the parchment paper and rolled the dough thin with a rolling pin, peel back parchment paper carefully and slowly.




score your "crackers" with a pizza cutter or knife

then i put the parchment paper with crackers on top of a wire backing rack so that heat would get underneath them




bake 350 for about 15 mins or until edges are starting to brown and crisp

then take them off the parchment paper and put them directly onto the wire rack...continue baking until desired crispness.




you can even pull them apart for more toasting for an extra crunch.

ENJOY!!!
I enjoyed mine with my Golden Goddess Soup!! YUM!





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Old 04-14-2013, 03:11 PM   #198
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Oh yummy! These crackers with my asparagus mockamole...yum!
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Old 04-14-2013, 04:25 PM   #199
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my asparagus mockamole
?? Mockamole?? Do share the recipe!!
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Asparagus Mockamole
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Old 04-18-2013, 01:11 PM   #201
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Default Taste like Orange Marmelade Soup!!!

Orange Soup





O.M.G. THIS SOUP IS SO DELICIOUS!!

the smell is divine!!!

I am so excited!!!
I love the taste of oranges....and orange juice...and orange marmalade...
so finding this spice excited me at the new things i can make using it

i was making my usual FAVORITE "golden goddess soup" and there on the counter was sitting.....





so i thought...hmmmm....why not??

so i added 1 TBSP into my 1.5 cups puree and blended in the magic bullet...


oh my word!!!!!!!!!!! this is so good!

then i added 1 oz of my milk allotment and gave it a swirl!!
its thick, creamy, and tastes like

ORANGE MARMALADE!!!


a lovely delightful feast on my tongue!!!




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DH...even said...that smells so good...can i have a taste...then decided he wanted his OWN bowl of orange soup!!!

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Default Ideal Protein Garlic Breadsticks & Roasted Red Pepper Panini

Ideal Protein Garlic Bread Sticks & Roasted Red Pepper Panini





if you haven't already tried the flat bread recipe...you should...it is delicious!!


i made it exactly as the recipe called for...was very skeptical...and very surprised!! it is fluffy, light, yet just moist enough...and has a lovely flavor.

as a test kitchen...i decided to try bread sticks and a panini!!




I made mine in a pyrex dish



let cool....and then slice into desired shape!



lots of herb goodness!!!




of course, i hard to take a taste!! hot out of the oven goodness!!
BREAD on Ideal Protein...
oh YES YOU CAN!!!




i cut mine in half...then cut one half into 5 bread sticks...(one was a sample!!)


recipe would make 10 garlic bread sticks!!

i put the bread sticks back into the 350 degree oven and baked 10 more minutes until nice and crispy!!! sprayed lightly with olive oil and then sprinkled with garlic salt!! YUM!!!



the other half, i sliced open to make the panini! i used a little homemade mayo pesto, you can also use walden farms flavored mayo, a large sliced of roasted red pepper, and some red onion slices....you can also add some fresh baby spinach leaves but i was out....sadly.



press in a panini press and enjoy!!



i served my panini and bread sticks with some golden goddess veggie puree soup!!



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Lunch tomorrow with some mockamole or marinara sauce (I rarely have my occasional veggies)
Thank you!!!!
My zucchini/potato rolls are getting old. Time to change it up!
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Default Sweet Creamy Maple Mousse

Sweet Creamy Maple Mousse
with
CHOCOLATE CRUMBLES





i am not a fan of the IP puddings...so i have to find a way to fancy them up!!
this is delicious!! DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!

very simple yet rich and creamy flavor...
IP Butterscotch pudding packet
1/4 Cup cold Water
2 TBSP Walden Farms Maple Syrup
Large Dollop of Walden Farms Marshmallow Cream
Mix all together and top with 3 crushed Ideal Protein Chocolate Soy Puffs!!

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I'll have to try to the potato puree bread. I have yet to make this recipe. Looks delish!
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Mine stuck to the Pyrex dish. Next time I'll put some parchment in the bottom of the pan.
I don't have a nonstick pan this shape...
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Mine stuck to the Pyrex dish. Next time I'll put some parchment in the bottom of the pan.
I don't have a nonstick pan this shape...
did you spray your dish with non stick spray?? mine didn't stick at all. i sprayed mine with non stick coconut oil.
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did you spray your dish with non stick spray?? mine didn't stick at all. i sprayed mine with non stick coconut oil.
Yup. Sprayed. Mine is olive oil. Next time I'll use coconut oil AND parchment. No stick!

But...

I had these for lunch with my mockamole.
OH.SO.GOOD!

I made a double-batch. It fit great in a 9x9! If I made a single batch, I'd probably use my pyrex loaf pan.

And next time I'm adding more garlic!
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Yup. Sprayed. Mine is olive oil. Next time I'll use coconut oil AND parchment. No stick!

But...

I had these for lunch with my mockamole.
OH.SO.GOOD!

I made a double-batch. It fit great in a 9x9! If I made a single batch, I'd probably use my pyrex loaf pan.

And next time I'm adding more garlic!
i know...i was surprised how good it was!! i'm thinking....
Panzanella is on the menu soon!!!! YUM!!!
Hot toasty garlic bread!!!

i hear you on the extra garlic!! the varieties could easily be altered...hmm...roasted red pepper focaccia bread!!
http://www.cutsquash.com/2011/11/roa...mber-focaccia/

those are of my current head thoughts!!
always on a quest for that perfect delicious IP food!!!
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/i...ipe/index.html
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