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    Re: Anyone got a recipe for...

    But, of course!!! I say the more the merrier!
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    Now I'm going to have to make a pot of garlic chili mac.
    ...with bacon on top. And cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    Rotel also comes in mild.

    With queso, I just throw the Velveeta and Rotel, or whatever, into the slow cooker and walk away. Simplicity, thy name is 'shay!
    I like to add Cumin to queso or Rotel dip.

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    Does anyone have a diabetic recipe for egg custard? My husbands aunt loves egg custard but has to watch her sugar intake. She says she uses Splenda. I have tried google but I'm not having any luck.
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    My mother was diabetic. When I was taking care of her, I'd make her egg custard and use stevia/truvia to sweeten it. I made it so often that I wasn't using a recipe anymore. Sometimes I'd bake it in the oven; sometimes I'd cook it in the microwave. She would only eat a little at a time, so I'd do it in small ramekins.

    I think the ratio I used was 1 egg, 7/8 cup milk, and a couple of drops of vanilla (or 2 eggs, 1 3/4 cup milk, spash of vanilla). I forget, though, how many packets of stevia I used. Maybe I'll make some later. The other night I was craving custard, but was out of milk. Now you've got me craving it again!
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    Thanks Kip! I have heard a lot of people say they prefer truvia to other sweeteners. I did find what looked like a good recipe but it threw me off when it was to be microwaved. Good to know that's an option.
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    Don't listen to me!!! I just tried my own recipe and it never set. I must have mis-remembered. It tasted good though. Next time, I'll use less milk (or use a recipe!).

    I mixed the milk, vanilla, and truvia first so I could taste it for sweetness before adding the egg. I don't like things really sweet, so two packets of truvia in 7/8 cup of milk worked for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantGetNuf View Post
    Thanks Kip! I have heard a lot of people say they prefer truvia to other sweeteners. I did find what looked like a good recipe but it threw me off when it was to be microwaved. Good to know that's an option.
    I've started using the microwave instead of a double boiler for all my cream pie fillings and it works great. No lumps from eggs cooking too fast.
    I cook it in 2 minute intervals whisking between. Whisk in the vanilla and butter after it has cooked.

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