Found this recipe on Katie Burkhart's Pinterest page under Food & Drink. Hers is NOT LC but I wanted to make it LC so posted here. You can sub something for the Panko. If you have any ideas for that let me know and I'll change out the Panko. This is the direct link to the original recipe: http://www.howsweeteats.com/2011/09/cheesy-stuffed-meatball-sliders/
This is a blue ribbon recipe from Just-A- Pinch recipe site on FB. This cake was made and submitted by Rose Rauhauser, who says, "It's big, creamy and delicious. Enjoy". It can be a low carb dessert without the sauce.
Comments from the Test Kitchen:
Great cheesecake... amazing sauce! You could easily use strawberries or blueberries in the recipe, depending on what you have on hand.
This was found in "500 more Low-Carb Recipes" by Dana Carpender. I found this book to be the best compendium of low-carb recipes in the market!
This is only 1 of the 500, and it is fabulous.
Cooking time does not include chill time.
Great breakfast casserole for those who are low-carbing. Can be frozen for a quick breakfast. Post on LCF by Tammy Marie. Prep time does NOT include overnight in fridge. I use JONES only, it has no fillers, thus not carbs. (http://tinyurl.com/73aosae)
The following are the comments of Tammy Marie on her posting of this recipe to lowcarbfriends.com
"I saw this basic recipe from a post that Brenabonn posted and realized later that it wasn't in the Recipe Room. This is THE BEST quiche recipe that I've ever had. Add whatever else you want to the basic recipe -- build your own!!" (http://tinyurl.com/73aosae)
Another wonderful recipe from lowcarbfriends. Anna suggests "you can sub any spice but I do recommend that you use this combo!!". I'd suggest you try her way first and work from there. Maybe even use "Mary Ellen's Creamy Bleu Cheese Dressing" which has only 18 carb gms per whole recipe! Number of servings depends on size of chicken breast, and if it is a snack, salad, or meal.
This is a very low carb side dish or appetizer. And it is very fast to make and bake. You can always add a bit of your fave cheese, grated finely, over mushroom before pouring on the cream. Found on lowcarbfriends.com posted by - ColoradoSweethart64 --- SEE NOTE IN DIRECTIONS FOR CHEESE ADDITION.
This is a recipe posted by Laurie Sanders on JAP, a recipe site on Facebook. I had to post it here b/c it is so easy and yummy yet, it is posted as diabetic friendly.
There is no cooking time because it is chilled and depends on your refrigerator.
I cannot wait to make this!
"This can be made in parfait glasses or in a traditional trifle bowl. I make several variations of this including a sugar free raspberry jello and sugar free white chocolate pudding one. It is a huge hit with all diabetics that have eaten it and I am a diabetic myself. Most grocery store bakery departments in my area carry sugar free pound cake loaves."
As you can see other combos of jello and pudding can be substituted.
This recipe is basically like my stuffed cabbage recipe. The "stuffing" is the same, as is the sauce. I don't like green or any color, peppers so I make my stuffed peppers casserole style. That way I use less peppers and can remove them from my serving.
I was searching for the old fashioned kind of pudding cake and found this on Recipeland.com. This is like the one I made when in high school! Back in the '50s! Finally found it and will keep it here for safekeeping.
Another cookie for your holiday cookie tray. As a bonus, this recipe can be refrigerated for up to a week. By leaving out the last 3 ingredients you could "morph" this recipe to other flavored and/or shape cookies. The cooking time is per baking sheet-ful.
Recipe from: 12 Best Foods Cookbook, by Dana Jacobi (Cookbook Heaven at Recipelink.com)
Even youngsters will love this dish, an unexpected way to enjoy a whole cup of broccoli. LOVE these blended recipes!