Friday, September 2, 2011

A Medifast Picnic (Revolution Rolls and BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad)

Today was such a beautiful day here in Colorado. The weather was perfect for a small hike and a lunch time picnic. It wasn't too hot nor too cold and there was a very nice breeze that seemed to follow us along our walk to cool us down. Our favorite local place to go hiking is Red Rock Canyon because of the various scenic hiking trails to choose from. We found the perfect spot for our little picnic at a bench with a beautiful view of the Garden of the Gods (another local attraction). I was trying to decide what to make for our picnic and so many ideas ran through my mind. Well, Janella, who is part of the Medifast support group called Warriors with a Heart (also on face book), shared this wonderful recipe of hers for Revolution Rolls.  I never heard of this very low carb roll  (only 0.7 grams of carbs per roll!) until she brought it to our attention. She posted this pic with this awesome delicious looking sandwich and I thought hmmmm I can have that? Really? Well, yes you sure can! It looked too good to be true so I ran it through Nutrition Support and they said 1 roll was 1/6 Lean and less than 1 Condiment! This is an excellent substitute for bread. It doesn't taste exactly like sandwich bread, but more like a light and flaky puff pastry or popover. It still works very well for sandwiches. Now that I d seen these rolls, I was dead set on using m for our lunch, I decided to make a chicken salad sandwich. Not just any chicken salad sandwich.!This one had two of my favorite ingredients which are ranch dressing and BBQ sauce. I know it sounds kind of strange, but it is actually really good! Trust me! You will like this! Hubby was skeptical at first, but I urged him to give it a try and now he is in love (with the sandwich and well maybe me too! :) ). This sandwich is so easy to make since it requires only the grilled chicken, BBQ sauce and Ranch Dressing. Make the rolls ahead of time and freeze the rolls you do not plan to eat the next day. This tastes so delicious with the revolution rolls and it will be sure to please any low carb dieter. Oh my!


As our sides, I made about 3/4 cup of crispy zucchini and squash chips (1 1/2 Green). Hubby had regular potato chips. These particular chips do take a long time to make (over 3 hours!) but it is well worth it. I really love these veggie chips because they remind me so much of potato chips. If you would like the recipe for these chips, please go HERE. I also had a small side spinach salad which was made up of 1 cup of baby spinach (1 Green) and 1/4 cup of chopped tomatoes (1/2 Green). This was a complete lean and green meal. Very yummy in deed! :)


Here are a few photos I wanted to share with you from our fabulous picnic! My King Charles Cavalier, Peanut, is always in the lead and seems to think he is the boss. I love the mountain scenery you get to enjoy during our walk!


Stopped to strike a pose!


Hubby giving the thumbs up because he found the location where we should have our picnic. This is the view of the Garden of the Gods (the rock formations in the background) we had while we enjoyed our lunch.


A nice and shady location to sit and enjoy our time together!


These are the revolution rolls filled with the BBQ ranch chicken salad. As you can tell from the photo, they make great sandwich or hamburger buns! Hubby was all ready to dig into his sandwich! Such a huge sandwich it was!


Poor Peanut! He wanted some too! Sorry! Those puppy dog eyes won't win this time!


These are the revolution rolls right when they came out of the oven. They are light and flaky and would also make wonderful desserts! Can you imagine melting some light cream cheese  (1 tbsp is1 condiment) mixed with half a packet of splenda (1/2 Condiment) and drizzled over the top of one these little guys? Maybe add a little bit of cinnamon. Can you say "Heaven"! Or spray some I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Spray over the top and sprinkle some cinnamon and splenda! Better yet, imagine slicing one of these in half and spreading some banana or chocolate pudding inside. Uh oh... I am getting hungry LOL. Or how about drizzling Walden Farms caramel or chocolate syrup over the top and eating one of these with your soft serve ice cream. The possibilities are endless! Let me move on and focus on how to make these before I salivate all over my computer keyboard.


Here is a roll with the cream cheese icing! (1 tbsp of light cream cheese and half a packet of splenda as an additional 1 1/2 Condiments) Sooooo gooood!

First you would add the cream of tarter to the egg whites. If you do not have cream of tarter, there are other substitutes such as lemon juice and white vinegar. I didn't have cream of tarter and refused to pay almost $5 at Wally World (Wal-Mart) when I had comparable substitutes at home. I used white vinegar, but just 1/16 tsp which is equivalent to a pinch. Cream of tarter is a by-product from the manufacturing of wine so it is basically an acid. It helps to firm up beaten eggs to form those stiff peaks. This is why lemon juice or white vinegar works can work just as well as a substitute because they are acids too.


Next you will add splenda and cream cheese that is at room temperature to egg yolks. Mix well and then gently fold the egg yolks into the egg whites until combined, but be careful to not over mix and make the peaks fall. Use a whisk for this.


Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. I sprayed it lightly with butter flavored cooking spray. Then make 6 equal blobs. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Mine were done in 25 minutes but it could have been the high altitude in Colorado.


This what the bottom looks like. It looks like one side of a hamburger bun.


I was thinking of slicing it in half horizontally and making two pieces, but I didn't think the roll would be thick enough for a sandwich. Use your own discretion. I used two rolls which counted as 1/3 Lean and 1.33 Condiments. You can have 3.3 oz beef or pork, 4 oz of chicken or 4.6 oz of shrimp or fish, or 1 1/3 cup egg beaters. This is when a food scale comes in handy. I believe you can get one for under $20 at Wally World. Also, I wanted to add that I am not a big fan of the Walden Farms BBQ sauces because they are thin and watery. Some like it while others do not care for it. I know there is a thick Walden Farms BBQ sauce, but in my opinion, it doesn't really seem much thicker  than the others to me. It is your choice on what BBQ sauce you decide to use, but I highly recommend Smokin' Joe Jones No Sugar Added BBQ Sauce. Make sure you get the No Sugar Added. It is only 1 carb per tbsp so 1 condiment per tbsp!


It is very rich, thick, and bursting with lots of yummy BBQ flavor. It is one heck of a BBQ sauce as far as low carb BBQ sauces goes. You can purchase it at this site called http://www.netrition.com/. They also have a great selection of Walden Farms products, powdered peanut butter, shirataki noodles and other low carb foods. The best part about this site is that they only charge a flat rate of $4.95 for shipping no matter how many products you buy. So stock up and you can really save on shipping! Try the revolution roll and BBQ ranch chicken salad recipes together. Youjust might fall in love like my husband and I :)!  Enjoy!

Here is video on how to make them if you need to actually see it being done. Watch the video and then follow the recipe :)




Revolution Rolls
(Great for sandwiches or making a pastry)
Shared by Janella Bella Bobella

Ingredients:
3 eggs at room temp (1 Lean)
3 tablespoons light cream cheese at room temp (3 Condiments)
A pinch or 1/16 tsp cream of tartar (you can use white vinegar or lemon juice as a substitute)
1 packet splenda (1 Condiment)

Instructions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Separate egg whites from egg yolks, putting whites in one bowl and yolks in another bowl. Add cream of tartar (or vinegar or lemon juice) to whites. Beat whites on high until stiff peaks form. Set aside.

Add cream cheese and splenda to yolks. Whisk yolk mixture until blended. Gently whisk yolk mixture into whites being careful to not over mix and make the whites fall. On a cookie sheet lined w parchment paper, make six equal sized blobs, not touching.

Bake at 350 for 30 to 35 minutes (Mine cooked in 25 minutes). They are good warm, but awesome cold and can be toasted without problem! Freeze the left overs in plastic wrap or individual sandwich bags or keep them in the fridge for up to 5 daysin a large ziploc bag. Toast them to make them crispy again!

Makes 6 Rolls or 3 servings

2 Rolls is 1/3 Lean and 1.33 Condiments

If using regular cream cheese instead of light cream cheese, 2 rolls is 1/3 Lean, 0.16 Condiments, and 1 Healthy Fat

You need to add 2/3 Lean to your day. You can have:
 3.3 oz beef or pork
4 oz of chicken
4.6 oz of shrimp or fish
1 -1/3 cup egg beaters
2 Morning Star Farms Sausage Patties
2 eggs

If you have one roll, you can have:
4.16 oz beef or pork
5 oz of chicken
 5.8 oz of shrimp or fish
1 - 2/3 cup egg beaters




BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad Sandwich

Ingredients:
2 Revolution Rolls (2/6 Lean and 1.4 Condiments)
3 oz chicken breast, grilled and cut into chunks (3/6 Lean)
0.66 ounces of 2% reduced fat cheddar cheese, shredded (1/6 Lean)
1 tbsp Smokin Joe Jones No Sugar Added BBQ Sauce (1 Condiment)
2 tbsp Light Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing (1 Healthy Fat)

Directions:
Cook chicken breast on grill, broiler or George Foreman Grill until cooked thoroughly. Cut into small chunks. Add BBQ sauce, ranch dressing and cheddar cheese to chicken and stir until blended. Serve on two revolution rolls.

1 Complete Lean, 2.4 Condiments and 1 Healthy Fat

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74 comments:

  1. I have got to try these. I hope I like them better than the Cauliflower pizza. LOL I just can't get on that bandwagon as hard I have tried. LOL I have been wanting bread really really BAD!!! This i gotta do this weekend. Thanks for passing the recipe along! :P

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  2. Can you use stevia instead of splenda? my name is Leslie, but I couldn't figure out the comment as..LOL.

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    1. Yes u can, just not to much cause It's very sweet.

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  3. Leslie, yes, stevia is on plan. 1 packet or 1 tsp is one condiment so you can use that in place of splenda :)

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  4. You are scarily brilliant! I just made the rolls and they came out great (just as pictured above). I also just pre-made the chicken BBQ Ranch. I had a taste test and it tastes amazing. I'm going to have this for dinner but I can hardly wait!!! You & your recipes have saved me. You've made MF very enjoyable for me. Thank you for all your hard work!

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  5. Ha ha thanks Tia :) But these aren't all my recipes. I just find them or sometimes they are given to me, sometimes I change it to be MF friendly and if I like it, I will post it. I am just trying to share the recipes sicne everyone else has been so kind to share theirs. Also, it makes it easier to have the recipes in one spot! I have a terrible memory so having them ublished on my blog helps me lol.

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  6. okay I made these..and they were good enough to fill the bread craving!
    Light, and tasty!

    I dont even think I got my peaks stiff enough and it still turned out okay. My 'bread' was a little flat!

    imagine the possibilities!!

    Pizza and grilled cheese!

    yummmm

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  7. Sandy, You are my Medifast angel!!! I think you and your hubby are adorable! Thank you for breaking down all the meals to show the lean, mean green ingredients, condiments & healthy fats. I am no longer overweight & I have you to thank!! These rolls & BBQ chicken salad were delicious!! It felt sooo good to hold a sandwich again! You rock!
    ~ Kim

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  8. Thanks so much Kim :) Congrats on being not overweight! What a wonderful accomplishment! So happy for you for rocking this program!

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  9. I can not WAIT to try these sandy!! Grilled cheese again?!! Pizza?! Sandwiches!! So excited

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  10. These are wonderful! I so missed the "experience" of bread and this fits that. They were very easy to make, just "fold" in the egg yolk mixture to the whites and you shouldn't have a problem, do not use the mixer. I've been having 2 at dinner with 4 oz of grilled chicken breast and it's wonderful. Thank you for the recipe.

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  11. OMG....Sandy...you are a lifesaver. I have been on and off Medifast since March. I have 4 small kiddos, a husband, and a brother-in-law to cook for, so opening those little white packets was really hard at times. I have since convinced the hubby to join MF with me.....he is a huge carbaholic....this recipe was AMAZING!!!! He fell in love and said that if you were around he would have to hug you for this! Thanks for making my grouchy hubby not so grouchy anymore...lol

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  12. Keri that is too funny! I am so happy I can make your hubby not so grouchy anymore LOL. I love these too by the way! So yummy! Have a great OP Day!

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  13. Hi Sandy

    Thank you so much for all the wonderful receipes... each time I think about changing weight loss plans I revert to your website.... I would love it if I could get this receipe to turn out but for whatever reason I can not get them to stick together. I tried both vinegar and lemon... I'm gonna spring for the tart and give it one last shot...

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  14. Sandy- these look really good. I want to try this recipe out. Does it come out kind of sweet because of the sugar? Just curious. Everyone keeps mentioning pizza with these. :-) I love your site. Someone shared it with me and I am so happy they did. This will help me branch out more. Figuring out how many Lean and Green some of the things come out to be are a little tricky, but for the most part, you do a great job of explaining it. Thanks so much.

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  15. No really it doesn't come out too sweet. Kind of like bread because bread has sugar in it too. I never heard of pizza with these. Sounds really good. I guess you could make pizza with it :)

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  16. The Revolution Rolls were FANTASTIC and really easy to make. We had them last night with pulled pork and salad. Very yummy addition and really does help with the bread desires. Thanks so much.

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  17. Is there any type of a mayo or "mock mayo" that fits w/the MF plan that you know of?

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  18. I have only heard of one from Walden Farms but I am not sure how it tastes :)

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  19. This is amazing!! I made it tonight...the rolls were awesome..felt like I was eating a real sandwich!! I didn't have any SF bbq sauce, so I just added 1/4 tsp. of bbq seasoning to the ranch dressing, and also a stalk of celery for crunch, and it came out beautifully. My husband couldn't believe how good it was either. We're already planning on making pastries with the rolls tomorrow. Oh, the possibilities!!!

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  20. I just made these! Wow the revolution rolls are AMAZING!! My mom and dad have been craving bread just as much as me I got some praise tonight!! They were great! Thanks so much for the recipe. (:

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  21. I added garlic powder and a little reduced fat cheddar jack to the rolls and they were delicious! I may try it with a little parmesan as well!

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  22. I made these with flavored Laughing Cow wedges instead of cream cheese, skipped the splenda and used it as pizza crust. AMAZING!!! Not only does it taste phenomenal as pizza crust, it also fills you up a lot faster than traditional pizza, since it's eggs and not flour. This would be great for anyone needing a gluten free option, even if they're not trying to lose weight!

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  23. Thank you for this recipe!!! The most AMAZING meal I have had since being on MF.... I lied, its a tie between this and the 'breadsticks'... yum

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  24. I finally tried this one out. It is great! Thanks for putting another recipe in my rotation and giving me a reason to use my kitchenaid mixer again!

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  25. Hi Sandy, congrats on the baby! I have a question, do you know if you can make these as a mock soft tortilla and if so how? I love your recipes!

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  26. I really am not sure if you can make these to soft tortillas. It seems like a possibility if yu just thin out the batter when baking. Good luck!

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  27. Hi, Sandy!

    Thank you very much for this recipe but I have one question. How long should we wait for the egg whites to peak? It seems like they never do that for me. Thanks!

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  28. These were super good, thank you. Your website has saved me so much because I LOVE to bake and cook. I am not good at creating recipes though; with that said, can you tell me if there is a way to make these so they don't taste so eggy? like egg beaters instead of yolks do you know?

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  29. I really don't know if they would work wth egg beaters. I haven't heard of anyone using that yet. I would think it may not work because the egg whtes help make it fluff up so I always use regular eggs. Hope that helps!

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  30. Jimmie...if u have even one tiny drop of yolk in the whites they won't stiffen for u. Be sure your beaters and bowl are cold that helps.

    Try my homemade medifast drink.

    Go here
    http://www.angelachan.com/recipes/home-made-myfast-drink/

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  31. Sandy - Just wanted to say Thank you for all your awesome Medifast recipes. I have been on the plan now for a week and a half and dropped 9 lbs. I have made 5 of your recipes and they are definitely what is keeping me on track!!! Thank you! Thank you! :)

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  32. The revolution rolls were fabulous!! I thought I was eating a hamburger bun!! I am thinking of trying a revolution roll with laughing cow cinnamon cream cheese spread on top, do you know what the MF breakdown would be for that?

    Thank you for all you do!

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  33. Amazing!! Sandy...thank you, thank thank you, thank you!! I had a Boca Burger, with tomato, lettuce, walden ranch dressing, and my buns....and felt like I can do this...easy!! I'm making a dozen in the oven right now, cause I have a big weekend coming up, and with these in my back pocket...I know I won't have a problem staying on program...Amazing!! You are a genius!!!

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  34. I couldn't for the life of me get the meringue to work! I'm so sad. I went through an entire dozen eggs to try to make it work. I even googled how to make a meringue. And I tried all the tips. All I got was a liquidy eggy mess. I ended up pouring the egg mixture in to a muffin tin and made super yummy egg muffins. I wouldn't mind making those again, for sure! But I was so looking forward to a sandwich bun.

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  35. Sandy, you have made me enjoy cooking again. Thank you!!! I made these tonight and was so happy to feel like I ate bread. Again, thank you.

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  36. Amazing! Thank you Sandy!

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  37. Sandy - Thank you for all of your work on your blog. It is making being on program so much easier. My question is it is okay to use foil instead of the paper for the rolls and the pizza crust?

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  38. I have never tried using foil instead of the parchment paper so I am not sure exactly if foil would work. Give it a try and let me know :)

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  39. Sandy, I'm going to make a batch of these now. I have to stay away from gluten as much as possible, so these will be a great substitute. To those having trouble with the meringue, I remember my Mom saying if there is even a smidge of oil,butter, grease on the beaters or bowl, they will not peak.

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  40. Nice site, and great work on the recipes! I'd just like to suggest that you might want to do a little research....splenda is actually quite toxic, and the fat-free products are too. You might want to read Catherine Shanahan's Deep Nutrition and there are many many other unrelated sources for the same information. May you have good health!

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  41. Sandy, this blog keeps my diet going! There's not much that matters to me more than family time, and meals are a big part of that. Thanks to the revolution rolls and other recipes, I can eat with my family, making "medifast versions" of the same food. It's been great not having to feel excluded too much because I'm on a diet. Thank you!!!

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  42. Made these last weekend and have been having 2 for breakfast with a veggie sausage patty in between. I put them in the toaster just a bit to heat them up and make them a little more crunchy. They make me so happy I don't even miss bread! Thanks so much for sharing and I'm so glad I recently found your site! Please keep posting your great recipes!

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  43. Hi Sandy,
    I'm a newcomer to Medifast and a friend sent me the link to your blog. Yay! - I feel like your recipes are the closest thing I've found to what my "real" food tastes are! I wanted to share these recipes with you - I hate the cheese pizza bites and grumbled when I looked at the box, so I have been trying various things to use them up. First - I've crushed them up and used them as the filler in turkey meatloaf in place of my normal Quaker oats. 20 oz. Jenny-O Italian seasoned 95% lean ground turkey, 2 pkgs pizza bites, crushed, 2 whole eggs, two teaspons yellow mustard, one-half cup italian seasoned diced tomatoes, pureed, 1/2 teaspoon italian seasoning, 1/4 tsp garlic powder (more is okay too if you like garlic, 1/2 tsp. lemon pepper, i/2 tsp dried parsley flakes, and a tablespoon of worchestershire sauce. Mix it all up together, and form into a loaf in a pyrex or corning baking dish (regular loaf pans make it a little too brown). Spread with 1/2 cup more pureed diced Italian tomatoes and top with three or four bay leaves. Bake at 350 for one hour. Discard the bay leaves after baking. Divide into 6 equal portions. 1 portion equals 1 lean. This tastes like normal meatloaf for you meatloaf lovers,
    and it freezes well. It might be good on the revolution rolls.
    Second - I've used 1 package of finely crushed cheese pizza bites, 1/2 tsp italian seasoning, 1/2 tsp lemon pepper and 1/4 tsp garlic powder, and two shakes chili powder (mixed together in a plastic bag) as a "Shake and Bake" coating for oven-baked chicken. I use five 5 oz. boneless, skinless chicken breasts, dampen them with water, shake them in the bag with the mixture, bake on a rack in a foil covered cookie sheet with sides for about 35 minutes at 400 degrees. I underbake any chicken breasts that I am going to refrigerate and reheat in a microwave just a little bit, so they aren't too dry. 1 chicken breast equals one serving. My kids told me they liked the new Shake and Bake flavor (I'll never tell them it's medifast)
    Thank you for all your inspiration in cooking, and thank your husband for his service to this country!

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  44. I have made the rev. rolls 2 imes, they were great! The first batch were too brown, so I baked the second batch 5 minutes less and they were better. It felt like I was eating a hamburger. I used a jenni o turkey patty. thanks so much for the recipe. I am a diabetic and am counting carbs. I am not doing medifast.

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  45. Someone asked about a 'mock' mayonnaise for chicken salad. I found a wonderful one by Walden Farms called Pomegrante Mayo...I add to chicken chunks, celery, few almonds, a bit of red onion. It is so delicious and my husband thinks it's the best chicken salad I have ever made! I have to HIDE it from him because he eats it in the nighttime and I have to make it all over again for my meal!

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  46. I know tons of people have already said this but you literally are a lifesaver Sandy! I am making these tomorrow! I have never been good at cooking, I just had my two year anniversary and my hubby and I just usually fend for ourselves or go out to eat or eat t.v. Dinners (yuck!) and the past few days I have made dinner and my husband is amazed. He has never seen me cook so much! I love how easy the recipes are and how healthy. I have always been overweight and have always hated myself for it! Thank you for your help in me finding some self-esteem and a new lifestyle! I will be forever grateful!

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  47. Cydnie thanks for all your wonderful comments! You are sooo sweet! I really appreciate it! I am glad the pla has been helping you. I know it works if you follow it. Congrats on your weight loss!

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  48. Hi Sandy! I tried these tonight. I had to eat one just to taste it! It was good but mine are so flat! Any ideas or suggestions? Yours look fluffier than mine.. Also, I made the cauliflower pizza a few nights ago and I and my hubby loved it! (And he WILL NOT jump on the MF bandwagon, so that says a lot!) I think I baked my crust a little too long but I learned for next time.. Thanks sooo much for all of your recipes! Looking forward to cooking more and more!

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  49. My mom is on MF (she is one month in and 12 lbs. down!) and I was trying to find recipes when I stumbled across your website. My mom was under the impression she had to eat plain meat and plain veggies. We love your website! You have been a big help with keeping her spirits up while staying OP. On superbowl Sunday we all had a taco bar, so she had the taco bake and didn't feel left out. You have made this diet "doable" for her and I really appreciate the time you put in to put all the recipes in one place. We love makeing sausage, egg and cheese "McMuffins" but she can't have them, or so we thought. We are doing the revolution rolls tonight and trying them as a "McMuffin" substitute.

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  50. Thanks so much Chelsea! Yes, you don't have to eat just plain meat and veggies for your lean and green :) There are so many great recipes out there! I am glad you have found some recipes you might like! Thanks again for the nice comment!

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  51. I tried this twice, and both times my mixture came out very liquidy! I blended the yolk for like 2 minutes just to be sure, but it's just not working. Anyone have any tips?

    -Hannah

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  52. Thanks Sandy for these awesome rolls. I made them for the first time today and all though I think mine were a bit more liquid than they are meant to be they were still delicious as a bun for my venison burger!! So happy to have an actual burger!
    -Jessica

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  53. Hi Sandy! These revolution rolls are completely life-changing! I made a video for your viewers/subscribers!

    http://youtu.be/1029soBw38Q

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  54. I tried these last night and they were awesome. Even my husband was in awe of them! It felt good to eat an actual sandwich/burger. I had it with venison and it was great! Thank you for posting these!

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  55. I tried to find the smokin joes no sugar added bbq sauce at netrition and amazon, but it is unavailable. Do you know if it was discontinued? I love that stuff! Any ideas of where to buy it now? Thanks Kim

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  56. website says the BBQ sauce was discontinued by the manufacturer.

    I don't get why it's so difficult to get healthy, tasty BBQ sauce. A long time ago Weight Watchers had delicious BBQ sauce, but they stopped selling it as well.

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  57. Anonymous & Christy - I've been ordering "Guy's Award Winning Sugar Free BBQ Sauce" from Netrition. There are 4 flavors - Hot, Original, Smokey Garlic, and Spicy. I like them all. Only 1g carbs per 2 tablespoons!

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  58. Cant wait to make the rolls. Can you tell me how many carbs are in each roll? Thanks

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  59. I am sorry. I really don't know the exact carb amount but I do know it is medifast friendly :)

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  60. I just made these and ate the with a grilled burger unbelievable how much they are like bread thank you so much

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  61. Have you ever been able to find the Smokin Joes in a local store? If so, which one?

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  62. I believe it has been discontinued. Now I use Guy's No Sugar Added Spicy BBQ or their Smokey Garlic BBQ at www.netrition.com

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  63. I hale from the South and BBQ is big, especially here in TX. I love a pulled pork or chopped beef sandwich any day! I made these rolls today, I think my eyes rolled back in my head because I was in such ecstasy!! I also used 3.33 oz of pulled and chopped pork, so yummy! I am new to medifast and I am definitely a foodie and am so glad to have run across your site!! Thank you Sandy for making the impossible possible!

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  64. Oh Wow!! Just made these rolls and LOVE them!! LOVE THEM! And if I can make them, anyone can:) They really coordinate with MF so well too. Thank you for sharing!

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  65. Just found your website and Im so glad I did! I needed help with recipes for my lean and greena and all of your recipes sound delicious! Thank you for being dedicated so I can bum your recipes from you. Cant wait to try these rolls :)

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  66. Sandy, thank you for taking the time to post your recipes and adaptations. For people like me who can follow directions in the kitchen but can't for the life of us improvise, you're a lifesaver! (I literally don't feel comfortable cooking without some vigorous Googling before and during, so I keep my phone and/or laptop with me when I cook!)

    I had two revolution rolls with one MS sausage patty and .444 cups (1/3 of 1 1/3 cups) of egg beaters. I was SO craving a sausage and egg biscuit, and this has really helped to keep me on track. It's only been a week on Medifast so far, and I expect that your blog will keep me on track in the future.

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  67. Made these tonight loved them! Thank you... only problem was the sticking to the parchment paper and having to peel them off. Felt like I loss half of it on the paper. Do you know anything I can do to help the sticking? Thanks

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  68. Sandy,
    You are absolutely fabulous. I see no reason to cheat ever now that I have bread. Tonight I had a turkey burger on a revolution roll while my family ate hamburgers. Delicious and I did not feel deprived at all. You have a gift, thanks for sharing it with all of us medifast members!

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  69. Sandy,

    I just want to thank you! Because of you, i feel as though i am not limiting myself! !! Thanks a bunch!

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  70. Hi sandy your recipes are awesome! But I was wondering since the smokin joe jones sauce has been discontinued, what sauce should i use for the chicken

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  71. I like to use Guy's no sugar added bbq sauce which I get from www.netrition.com :)

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  72. All of this was great! I had the rolls and chicken two days in a row and then I used the third pair and had a deer-burger w/cheese and the zucchini chips. It is amazing that I keep loosing weight eating this stuff. Thanks again for all of your great recipes!

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  73. I just want to make these for the aroma. They are in the oven right now and I can't tell you how delicious they smell! Like the mall's Cinnabun!

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