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rainbowsmiles 01-07-2015 09:54 PM

CRISPY MUSHROOM CHIPS!

http://nomnompaleo.com/post/41605570...ncluding-a-new

oneuh2 01-07-2015 11:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rainbowsmiles (Post 5114074)

The recipe calls for ghee - is this an ok substitute for the usual olive oil or grapeseed oil On Program?

rainbowsmiles 01-08-2015 08:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oneuh2 (Post 5114107)
The recipe calls for ghee - is this an ok substitute for the usual olive oil or grapeseed oil On Program?

i dont know but i'd probably try the recipe with olive oil

scorbett1103 01-08-2015 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oneuh2 (Post 5114107)
The recipe calls for ghee - is this an ok substitute for the usual olive oil or grapeseed oil On Program?

Ghee is clarified butter, so it would not be Phase 1 appropriate to use, but you should be able to substitute another oil.

benice 01-08-2015 09:47 AM

Hi friends,

Has anyone used the quest protein powder (plain) as a type of flour replacement? I'm hesitant to buy it because it sounds potentially very disgusting. But I'd like to try this recipe (sans the butter). I've made these before with flour and my husband love love loved them. Any thoughts on plain protein powder as flour replacement in a recipe like this?

3/4 c. H20
3/4 c plain protein powder (instead of flour)
2 tsp garlic powder
22 oz. (6.5 c) cauliflower florets
3/4 c. Franks Hot Sauce
1 Tbsp Olive Oil (replacing butter)

Coat cauliflower in water, "flour" and garlic powder. Bake for 20 min at 450. Combine Hot Sauce and olive oil in bowl.

Pour hot sauce over cauliflower and bake for 5 more min.

This is adapted from Skinny Taste. The Recipe is called "Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites".

scorbett1103 01-08-2015 10:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by benice (Post 5114267)
Hi friends,

Has anyone used the quest protein powder (plain) as a type of flour replacement? I'm hesitant to buy it because it sounds potentially very disgusting. But I'd like to try this recipe (sans the butter). I've made these before with flour and my husband love love loved them. Any thoughts on plain protein powder as flour replacement in a recipe like this?

3/4 c. H20
3/4 c plain protein powder (instead of flour)
2 tsp garlic powder
22 oz. (6.5 c) cauliflower florets
3/4 c. Franks Hot Sauce
1 Tbsp Olive Oil (replacing butter)

Coat cauliflower in water, "flour" and garlic powder. Bake for 20 min at 450. Combine Hot Sauce and olive oil in bowl.

Pour hot sauce over cauliflower and bake for 5 more min.

This is adapted from Skinny Taste. The Recipe is called "Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites".

I don't know how well it would translate - the chemical makeup of flour is totally different from protein powder. Did you search the Quest website to see if they have any comparable recipies? They have a really robust recipe library. I did a cursory search and it seems like recipes for "breaded" foods actually use the crushed Quest Chips - that might be a better option especially if you can grind them up good in a food processor.

benice 01-08-2015 10:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scorbett1103 (Post 5114288)
I don't know how well it would translate - the chemical makeup of flour is totally different from protein powder. Did you search the Quest website to see if they have any comparable recipies? They have a really robust recipe library. I did a cursory search and it seems like recipes for "breaded" foods actually use the crushed Quest Chips - that might be a better option especially if you can grind them up good in a food processor.

Good call. I didn't realize the Quest website was so robust with respect to recipes. I just took a look. It seems like they always use a combo of flour and protein powder when making anything "bready". The ground up chips is a good idea. I was thinking of food processing some rutebega to make hash browns. Maybe I can do this at the same time (I love my food processor but I hate cleaning it). Part of my nervousness at using the Quest Plain Protein Powder stems from that teensy funky taste I tend to get when I eat the plain Quest products. But I'm hoping the hot sauce would override that...

kristiekat 01-09-2015 05:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by benice (Post 5114267)
Hi friends,

Has anyone used the quest protein powder (plain) as a type of flour replacement? I'm hesitant to buy it because it sounds potentially very disgusting. But I'd like to try this recipe (sans the butter). I've made these before with flour and my husband love love loved them. Any thoughts on plain protein powder as flour replacement in a recipe like this?

3/4 c. H20
3/4 c plain protein powder (instead of flour)
2 tsp garlic powder
22 oz. (6.5 c) cauliflower florets
3/4 c. Franks Hot Sauce
1 Tbsp Olive Oil (replacing butter)

Coat cauliflower in water, "flour" and garlic powder. Bake for 20 min at 450. Combine Hot Sauce and olive oil in bowl.

Pour hot sauce over cauliflower and bake for 5 more min.

This is adapted from Skinny Taste. The Recipe is called "Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites".

This recipe seems to be "fried" and I'm sure you could tweek it without any problems. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/249175791859220932/

benice 01-09-2015 09:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kristiekat (Post 5114845)
This recipe seems to be "fried" and I'm sure you could tweek it without any problems. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/249175791859220932/

Thanks! This one looks good too! I think im going to try a quest protein attempt, too. I'll let you all know how it goes!

murrcat 01-11-2015 06:10 PM

Came across nomnom paleo blog today. Some recipes will work on p1 and some need a little modification but I think it is inspiring . http://nomnompaleo.com/recipeindex

lisa32989 01-19-2015 10:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Briael (Post 5120323)

In case anyone can't get the link to work (it worked for me when I was signed into Facebook)


Ingredients: (use as allowed in your phase of IP)
Spring onion as required
Chopped tomatoes as required
Onion as required
Cheese as required
Green chillies
Fresh coriander
You can add chicken or other lean meats, spinach, ricotta cheese, bell peppers, and lots more as per your taste.
Eggs 6 beaten with 2 tbsp milk, black pepper to taste

Instructions
-Preheat oven at 200C
-Grease your muffin tin
-Add vegetables of your choice along with cheese (if you choose), pour beaten egg mixture on it.
-Place muffin pan on the center rack of a preheated oven and bake for 20-25 minutes or until muffins are light brown, puffy, and the eggs are set.
-Let muffins cool for a few minutes before removing from the muffin pan or cups. Loosen gently with knife if they seem to be sticking. Eat immediately or let cool completely and store in plastic bag in re

oneuh2 01-19-2015 10:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lisa32989 (Post 5120328)
In case anyone can't get the link to work


Ingredients
Spring onion as required
Chopped tomatoes as required
Onion as required
Cheese as required
Green chillies
Fresh coriander
You can add chicken or other lean meats, spinach, ricotta cheese, bell peppers, and lots more as per your taste.
Eggs 6 beaten with 2 tbsp milk, black pepper to taste

Instructions
-Preheat oven at 200C
-Grease your muffin tin
-Add vegetables of your choice along with cheese (if you choose), pour beaten egg mixture on it.
-Place muffin pan on the center rack of a preheated oven and bake for 20-25 minutes or until muffins are light brown, puffy, and the eggs are set.
-Let muffins cool for a few minutes before removing from the muffin pan or cups. Loosen gently with knife if they seem to be sticking. Eat immediately or let cool completely and store in plastic bag in re

These seem more like little quiches than muffins... I am perfectly good with that... altho I am also wondering what would happen if the beaten eggs were made a bit more robust maybe with IP potato puree? That seems to be the IP packet that produces the most bread like texture when I use it to make muffins....

Briael 01-20-2015 02:38 AM

I'm considering these for leftovers lunch. A little chicken, a couple of veggies and some egg.

DH suggested bacon and cheese for his, hold the onions and vegetables. Men! :)

EDIT: Oh, and obviously some adjustments need to be made for the non-compliant items like cheese, milk etc if you are 100% OP.

kcdoe 01-24-2015 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lisa32989 (Post 5110123)
OMG I have a new IP addiction.
Peanut Butter Cookies!

I use Quest Peanut Butter Flavor whey protein powder and just follow the zucchini muffin recipe, but make cookies instead of muffins.

The best thing for me is that these cookies don't set up the same cravings for me as Quest Bars do (I can only buy 1-2 bars at one time b/c I crave them so badly if I have them at home).

I've been making them every day. Today I just broke down and made 3 batches at once.:chef::cookie:

Lisa sounds awesome want to make them. How do I count them on phase 1?

rainbowsmiles 01-25-2015 02:33 PM

i've recently tried the quest sea salt protein chips and just love them!! so today, i added a little flair....
i opened the bag, sprayed a little coconut non-stick cooking spray inside (to get the seasoning to stick) and sprinkled with a little bit of curry seasoning, gave the bag a gentle shake, and wow!!....

coconut curry protein chips were delicious! :)

can't wait to try many other combinations!


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