Article: Low Carb Protein Brownie Recipe

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    Who uses grams i cooking in the US?
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    Originally Posted by Mr.Sinister View Post
    Who uses grams i cooking in the US?
    Those of us with a food scale who want accurate measurements. :)
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    Depending on what I'm making, I do. Not often, but for health recipes like above and even some in threads in AM, the measurements are listed in grams.
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    Boo to artificial sweetener though.
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    Sounds awesome. I'll try it soon. Going to attempt converting that stupid splenda into stevia though. Artificial sweeteners killllll.
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    I prefer avoiding baking protein powders. I have heard it breaks down the structure of the protein. I usually make "cold" brownies. They usually turn out great. They're much easier to make as well.
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    Waiiit a sec is this for the cheesecake or brownies...

    Ive never known brownies to have ceeam cheese...

    Either way its sweet and low carb so im good!!

    Amd would a protien blend work too or would it really need to be wpi??
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    Originally Posted by 804 View Post
    I prefer avoiding baking protein powders. I have heard it breaks down the structure of the protein. I usually make "cold" brownies. They usually turn out great. They're much easier to make as well.
    'Cold' as in cooked in a microwave for a few seconds, or just mix the ingredients and ready to eat?
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    Cold as in I mix up ingredients then store them in the fridge until they harden up some.
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    Thanks man. Need to get me a recipe.
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    I'll search for it!
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