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Old 04-02-2011, 22:15   #31
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These are great!! Just tried these using shredded Monterey Jack cheese and am amazed how crunchy they get. There is NO comparison with these and the other way I've made 'cheese crisps' --- I use a whole slice of 2 % cheese (maybe I need to cut in smaller pieces?) and it comes out really puffy and light - no way it would hold up to any dip.

I'm doing well today, made the Hollandaise sauce with my eggs this morning and now the cheese crisps! Both were great.

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These are great!! Just tried these using shredded Monterey Jack cheese and am amazed how crunchy they get. There is NO comparison with these and the other way I've made 'cheese crisps' --- I use a whole slice of 2 % cheese (maybe I need to cut in smaller pieces?) and it comes out really puffy and light - no way it would hold up to any dip.

I'm doing well today, made the Hollandaise sauce with my eggs this morning and now the cheese crisps! Both were great.
Switch to full fat cheese . . . reduced fat is just increased carbs.




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Shanny - Tried this tonight, AWESOME!! Colby-Jack was good, but Pepper-Jack is best. Now, I have to find that guac recipe...

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I've only made the cheese crisps in the microwave and they come out great. The first time I made the mistake of putting them on waxed paper instead of parchment paper. The cheese bonded with the wax paper. So now I use the parchment paper or a coated paper plate. It is really quick. When I make my cheese/almond meal crackers similar to Doritoes I bake them, because I do a whole tray at once.

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sounds great shanny, I will definitely try these

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They are incredible, and if you read the whole thread you'll find all the ways members have found to tweak them to personal preferences. They are truly better than ordinary carb-laden chips.




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I've only made the cheese crisps in the microwave and they come out great. The first time I made the mistake of putting them on waxed paper instead of parchment paper. The cheese bonded with the wax paper. So now I use the parchment paper or a coated paper plate. It is really quick. When I make my cheese/almond meal crackers similar to Doritoes I bake them, because I do a whole tray at once.
what is coconut oil good for? I hear people take it and where can you find it?

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I think there's a certain type of foil that works - Quick Release, or something like that from Reynolds Wrap. But you should be able to find parchment paper in the same aisle as the foil . . . I know I forgot the parchment once & I actually bent a stainless steel turner trying to get the crisps off the pan.
Costco sells a baking mat that replaces parchment paper. I will try them tonight!

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How long do you microwave the cheese?

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