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Monday, April 11, 2011

RR's = Revolution Rolls


This is the same recipe in both pictures, just the left I made on a cookie sheet and the right one is in muffin tins. I really like the flat ones much better because I can use 2 as a bun for a burger!


Here's Kent's original video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6lXjl1...wWwc

The recipe for Revolution Rolls (RR's) :

3 eggs, separated
4 oz Cream Cheese
1/4 tsp Cream of Tartar
2 tsp Splenda

Salt, dash

mix egg yolks, cream cheese, splenda and salt until smooth.

whip egg whites with cream of tartar until stiff by not dry. fold into yolk mixture, spoon on to a parchment paper lined baking sheet or muffin tins.
Makes 6-13 servings
Bake at 300 degrees for 35 minutes
Nutrition Info: (per serving)
mine have 10 servings, so the counts are much smaller!

90 Calories, 7g Fat, 6g Protein, .5g Carb.

That was copied and pasted right off Atkins discussion board.

As you see, I bake these in muffin tins. I also beat them using a electric hand mixer with 2 wire wisks attached. Get your eggs and cream cheese to room temperature before starting!! The eggs whites will fluff up lots bigger that way! Be sure you spray your pans well.This picture is only one recipe!! See how much it made????
I did not put sweetener in these, but I added about a tablespoon of lemon pepper when I added the yokes to the whites.
If you want to store them don't seal up tight they get wet. I put mine in a rubbermaid container and put a paper towel under them and over them, but do not seal.

Here's my disclaimer: This is not MY recipe! I did not invent this recipe, I'm just sharing it. I found them first named Oopsie buns when doing the Belly Fat Cure diet last year, then Atkins has them as Revolution Rolls or RR's. I'm just sharing the recipe, I did not invent it. But I love to share recipes and tweak them too...

7 comments:

  1. Joan, What is the consistancy on these? Would they stand up to a burger?

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  2. You can bake them on a cookie sheet, they will flatten out more, then use 2 for a bun. They work great for that!

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  3. I gotta make more today. We ate 2 batches of these last week. There's a recipe on here for the cream cheese icing that you can put on top, makes them sinful but legal!!! My hubby says they are better than carrot cake, OMG, did he say that???

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  4. Great recipes Joan! Have you tried the flavored cream cheeses with these? Just bought cheddar and jalapeno and was curious as to if it would work as well. :)

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  5. No, I have not tried the flavored cream cheese making this, but I bet it would be great! Thank you.

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  6. Hey there! Thank you for the shout out, but the oopsie rolls are slightly different. Here is my oopsie roll recipe: http://blog.yourlighterside.com/2008_01_04_archive.html

    Fondly,
    Jamie

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  7. Thank you Jamie. Whatever they are called, they are awesome! I love them and make at least 2 batches per week. Whoever invented this recipe should get a huge prize!

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