Friday, August 7, 2009

Day 68 Low Carb Lifestyle

DAY 68

-No noodle lasagna
-Cheeseburger on oopsie roll
-Tuna with swiss cheese and tomato on an oopsie roll
-French Toast oopsie with sausage patty and 2 scrambled eggs
-Cinnamon cheesecake with whipped cream


  1. That's a delicious looking menu, Angie.

    Congrats on your continued weight loss!

  2. Thanks so much, Harry!

    Your blog is a huge inspiration to me!!!

  3. ok if i can ever get the oopsie roll right, I will ask you to explain how you make one into french toast!

    I made a batch today and did exactly what you said and they started out better, and they looked fantastic. However, they were a little soggy in the middle, so am wondering what I did wrong. Should I have made sure the eggs and cream cheese were super smooth? Because I left it a little lumpy.

  4. She's having a oopsie daysie.....sorry, couldn't resist....

  5. Whatever you do - leave it lumpy! The lumps should be the size of cottage cheese curds, if that makes sense.

    Did you bake them a full 30 minutes at 300? Also, after you pull them out of the oven, they will be very fragile, soft... and as Jamie says, they need to "set up" a little bit. Almost like jello but not that extreme. Try letting them rest and put them in your fridge and try one a couple hours later. I use on oopsie roll for the top and one for the bottom, just so you know. They probably could be sliced, but I've never tried it.

    I usually let mine cool completely, then put them in a ziplock bag in the fridge. Don't give up, Nancy! You are so close to oopsie-perfection I can feel it.