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Sunday, August 11, 2013

... my emoticon RAMONA posted the recipe for OOPSIE Bread and I never tried to prepare it until today.

Well, just what is OOPSIE bread? This is a low carb substitute for bread for folks who are limiting there bread intake because of low carb dieting, gluten intolerance, etc.

Since I started the ketogenic diet last Tuesday, I have been craving bread, just a little bit, so I decided to try out the recipe. It was not hard to prepare. Here is a pic of how my bread turned out ... I may prepare another batch later. I baked it a little too long, but it still tasted great.

How does it taste?... hard to describe, but it has the distinct taste of cream cheese (... I used the lighter cream cheese version). Some reviews I have read says that it taste eggy, but I don't think so. I really like the taste and I melted butter on the top of one piece and it was delicious. I don't know if I would use this for a sandwich, but it could certainly be used for one. It taste great alone or with a meal; I think it would taste great with some low sugar preserves. I will have to experiment to see how many ways I can eat this bread.

I give this recipe emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon 5 out of 5 stars!

Here's the recipe:

~ Dee emoticon

PS:... ok, I just tried the last piece with a slice of chicken buffalo (deli-style) lunch meat (no nitrites). I added cracked black pepper and some mustard and it was pretty good. I will post pics of the next batch that I make, this time without burning them! emoticon

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CAROLIAN 8/18/2013 7:01AM

    Will have to give this a try though I don't eat a lot of bread I like to try something different emoticon

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MRS_TOAD 8/13/2013 6:55AM

    I will have to try this recipe! Thanks for the idea. Interested to see how DH likes it.

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    I've never tried it either but have thought about it. I would not mind it tasting eggy but not too much like cream cheese.

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MARYJOANNA 8/12/2013 2:03PM

  Never heard of oopsie bread.

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WINDSONG~ 8/12/2013 4:06AM

    So interesting. I love trying new things.

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_LINDA 8/12/2013 1:38AM

    This is a new one on me, but sure seems popular here! Thanks for the review and recipe!
That pumpkin cheesecake smoothie sounds awesome too.

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AKHEIDI 8/12/2013 12:28AM

    I love these things! I'll bake 2 batches and freeze them (place a recycled veggie bag on a cookie sheet and place the fools, when frozen stack them in a zip top bag) you can warm them up with some Splenda sweetened cream cheese or sugar free fruit preserve, top with butter a and they're just like a Danish. Add a bit of salt and pile them a bit higher and you have a burger bun. I make BLT's for breakfast on them. Just add the sandwich fixings right before yo eat so they don't get soggy.

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EXOTEC 8/11/2013 8:23PM

    I love these things - I'm a complete carb addict, and missing bread was a Big Deal to me!

I made some Oopsies and used them for burger buns. yum! I saw a review from someone on a recipe site who bakes hers in Whoopie-pie pans. They come out looking just like buns from fast food places. I've got some on order

The toughest part to me (and not very, that!) is getting the egg white whipped up stiffly enough. Mine fell a bit when I folded it all together, which made the bread/rolls sort of flat. Worked out pretty well for sandwiches, though!

Anyone who hasn't tried them - do! They're easy and only 3 ingredients for the basic recipe.
And it's B-R-E-A-D!!!!!

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FREEME1980 8/11/2013 8:11PM

    I make mine with FF cottage cheese rather than cream cheese and add onion/garlic powder to taste.

If you like Jalapeno Peppers (chop then place on paper towel and squeeze all the liquid) then add to mix.

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MONA_MONA 8/11/2013 7:16PM

    I've heard of Oopsie Bread, but have yet to give it a try. I am going to make a pumpkin cheesecake smoothie tomorrow using cream cheese. emoticon Depending on how it turns out, I will post the recipe on my blog tomorrow.

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ARNETTELEE 8/11/2013 6:07PM

  Looks very easy to make....

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JLKL1980 8/11/2013 5:59PM

    So glad to hear your positive review! I have been wanting to make some. I just went to the grocery store to get the type of items I will need to start trying some of the lowcarb recipes.

Thanks again.

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