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Old 08-28-2013, 05:09   #41
 
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I haven't tried the Russell Stover sf chocolates, but now that I know how addictively delicious they are, I will avoid them like the plague.

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Dont eat too many or you will be in the bathroom for days. Where can I find the carb count for the cream cheese muffins? Is it in a thread somewhere that I missed. Thanks anybody

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When you are talking about being in the bathroom for days, I assume you are talking about the Russell Stovers, not the cream cheese muffins.

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Yes....sorry the RS candies.....I ate several a few years back and became one with the toilet. Now the cream cheese muffins.....they are awesome.(No bathroom issues).

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Russell Stover's sf chocolates do the same to me...it is because they contain sorbitol and I believe maltitol....I cannot eat those or I end up using the bathroom for the remainder of the day and night.

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Yes. Back when I ate them I had just started Atkins this was years ago. Didnt know what could happen with the malitol and etc until I had stuffed myself with it. My husband says he still fondly recalls "Low Carb Saturday", which went into Sunday and part of Monday. But I learned, lol.

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Hi -- I made these last night -- OMG -- I am hooked my wife even tried one and loved it with her breakfast. I see these on my eating list in the future.

24 hours since I made them and only 6 left -- I need to slow down...

Also for you MYFITNESSPAL.COM folks -- I figured the nutritional info and posted on myfitness... listed as "home made with truvia -- cream cheese muffins"

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Am making more of these today. Adding cocoa powder to half of them and see how that tastes. These are so good. (cream cheese muffins that is)

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I bought some generic cream cheese from walmart that had 9 grams of fat instead of 7 like the other does. I came home and didn't let it thaw at all so it was quite lumpy and I kept beating it with the hand mixer and it came out thick like never before but I used it anyways and they came out really good and thick and didn't even sink in! Not sure what made the difference but they taste a tad different but still so yummy! here my two pictures so you can see how they looked.

You can see the thickness of them. NOt sure if it was the cold cream cheese or the different brand but I love them! For fats then I had two of them, a cup of hwc with sugar free chocolate and some macadamia nuts, lots of fat!
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My latest experiment: I mixed about half a cup of peanut butter into the batter before baking. Delicious.

Also, there was one time the result tasted off... and I realized I had forgotten to add the Spenda. I had some "no sugar added" raspberry jam in my fridge; a teaspoon of that on top of each solved that problem.

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