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  • #6401
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    JackJack
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    Hi I have lots of low profin Recipes that are nice if you want any just ask.

    #6406
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    BreaMarie91
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    I’m just curious, would you happen to know a recipe for banana bread? I use the one in Virginia Schuett’s cook book and I love it, but I was just curious what other recipes for banana bread there are. Thanks! nBre

    #6410
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    JackJack
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    I will have a look.

    #6411
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    JackJack
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    Sorry no banana bread but there is a recipe for Banana griddle cakes.

    #6437
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    BreaMarie91
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    Hmm…what are banana griddle cakes? I’ve never heard of those. Lol, I seriously need to stop eating low protein banana bread. nBre

    #6442
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    JackJack
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    They are banana cakes, Cakes that taste of banana’s they are nice. Well I like them anyway.lol

    #6453
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    BreaMarie91
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    Cool could you post the recipe when you get the chance? nBre

    #6480
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    just wanted to let u all know that ihave a hole page for recipies on my website.. i will be updating it again tonight and this coming weekend. its kinda hard to copy and paste them to hear so feel free to check it out!!!
    nhttp://www.PKUersUnited.piczo.com
    njust click on the link for recipies!
    enjoy ttyl

    #6530
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    JackJack
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    BANANA GRIDDLE CAKES

    80g low protein mix
    20g custard powder (not custard mix)
    50g hard margarine
    1/2tsp baking powder
    25g caster sugar
    1 medium sized ripe banana, about 75g
    40mls Calogen liquid
    60mls water

    In a bowl, mix together the low protein mix and custard powder. Rub in the margarine until it resembles bread crumbs.
    stir in the baking powder and sugar. Roughly mash the banana with a fork and stir it into the mixture.
    Make a well in the middle and pour in the Calogen liquid and water. Mix quickly with a metal spoon to form the batter.
    Do not worry if you think the batter is too runny,leave it to rset for a couple of mimutes.
    Meanwhile,put a griddle or heavy frying pan on to heat.
    Lightly grease it with just a little oil. take spoonfuls of the batter and drop it onto the hot pan. Gently ease it into a round shape.
    Leave to cook over a gentle heat for 1 or 2 minutes until the undersaid is lightly browned. Turn the cakes over and cook for a further 1 to 2 minutes until they are firm and cooked through.

    #6601
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    Anonymous

    i just posted 6 new recipes on my site .. go check them out at
    http://pkuersunited.squarespace.com

    #6660
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    kbergeron
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    does anyone have a recipe for a birthday cake?

    #6728
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    Anonymous

    JackJack was me but I lost my password!

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