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Old 08-21-2008, 10:34 AM   #1  
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is ground flax allowed on induction?
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Yes, ground flax is allowed on Atkins Induction. Here's a great recipe for muffins:

Muffin in a Minute (suitable for Induction)

Serving Size: 1

1/4 cup flax meal
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 packet splenda packet
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 large egg
1 teaspoon butter

Put the dry ingredients in a coffee mug. Or a bowl for a different shape.

Stir.

Then add the egg and the butter. Mix.

Microwave 1 minute (or more). Take out. slice, butter, eat. Set mug to soak immediately.

Cream cheese would go nicely, too.

Notes: 1.5 net carbs.

Per serving: 235 Calories; 18g Fat (63% calories from fat); 12g Protein; 11g Carbohydrate; 9.5 g. fiber; 223mg Cholesterol; 284mg Sodium
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Thanks Jersey! and thanks for the recipe theres a similar one in the WLS forum but I didn't know the nutritionals.
Do you know if you can make it in a disposable cup? i'd love to make it at work!
once i get more flax I'm goign to try it savory!!
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Do you know if you can make it in a disposable cup?
I apologize, I really don't know about making this in a disposable cup...I got the recipe from another site.
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I make mine on a double recipe, throw in a T of left over squash or mashed cauliflower and microwave in a ramikan that makes about a 5" round loaf. Easy to slice and toast. I don't mind them cold so I make up 3 (which is 6 muffins made on the double) and put them in the fridge so I have them for using for a lunch sandwich or for toast at breakfast. (Adding the extra T means you need to add minutes to the cooking time. A double recipe takes 2.25 on high in the microwave.)
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I should add that adding feta cheese instead of the mashed veggies makes the bread smell heavenly when you toast it!
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I am totally gonna try that! It sounds amazing!

I have only been on this lifestyle for 2 days and I love it! There is really nothing, like Tim said in another thread, that cannot be adapted to Atkins!
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I just made this muffin for breakfast. It was great!

Thanks Jerseygyrl!!
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try toasting them! I've made these muffins for about a year now and just love them.
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THANKS!!!!
these are great!
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Default another flax bake recipe

Here is another recipe that I found on Linda's low-carb. Its for Flax sandwich Buns:

http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/flax_sandwich_buns.html

For some reason it has not been starred as "Induction appropriate," but looking at the ingredient list I can't see why not (maybe you all can render an opinion on this).

I haven't tried it yet- I will though in the next 2-weeks and I'll let you know how it goes.
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I've tried the flax sandwich buns- its OK. I think that the recipe has a bit too much onion powder in it. I will try it again with less onion powder this time.
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I love the Muffin in a Minute! Its the best toasted!!!
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I tried the flax pancakes on atkinsdietbulletinboard.com.

Delicious!! If you miss pancakes, google the recipe and try it. Pour on some DaVinci syrup or sugar-free maple syrup and your good to go!

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I'll have to look for that recipe, Shauna. Thanks. I made pancakes at the weekend with almond flour that were pretty good too. Hubby wasn't too struck on the grainy texture though, so flax might suit him better.
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