Wednesday, November 15, 2017

11/15/2017 - Non-Dairy Oopsie Roll Recipe

Greetings Friends and Family!

My Spirits are good, my Health is Great and I have no cravings for carbs!!!

So for the long awaited Non-Dairy Oopsie Roll recipe:

1. Preheat oven at 300.

2. Separate 3 eggs. Put the yolks in one bowl and the whites in the other. (stock photo)

3. With a hand mixer beat the egg whites until they are stiff enough to hold the bowl upside down without the whites falling out. You can add 1/8 tsp cream of tartar and 1/8 tsp of  backing powder if you desire. This batch did not have either. 

4. In the bowl with the yolks add three (3) ounces of any of fat. Like any cooking oil, lard, tallow, butter and so on. In the bowl below I used olive oil. I have also used mayonnaise. At this time you can add onion and or garlic powders. I sometimes use both, smells great while cooking. Mix ingredients well

IMPORTANT:Then fold in the yellow into the white about a fourth at a time. 

5. Place batter on parchment paper on a baking sheet in any shape or form your little HEART desires. 

Here I decided to form the batter into submarine style shapes. It's OK if the batter runs together (I promise).

6. Then place the cooking sheet in the oven and center it.

7. Set the oven timer to 30 minuets and let the good times roll!

8. Take them out of the oven and let them cool for a few minuets. You can separate them with a knife if any ran together. I finish cooling them on a rack. You need to let them completely cool before using. I like to pop them in the freezer for about 5 minuets after they cool a little on the rack.

9. One very IMPORTANT thing that I discovered is that you should use the bottom of the Oopsie roll on the outside and the top for the inside if you are going to make a sandwich. The tops sometimes get a little sticky on you fingers, but no problem with the bottoms. Below is a picture with the top on the top of the pic and the bottom on the bottom of the pic. The side with the stripes should be on the outside.

I used these rolls for a Chicken Salad Sandwich. I often use muffin top pans to make perfect mini burgers or sandwiches. As mentioned before you can make any shape and let your mind wonder. 

The best thing is that these are truly as close to (ZC) Zero Carb as you can get with Oopsie Rolls. Using dairy will add unnecessary carbs. I can not taste any difference between the ones with and without dairy. 

My next attempt will be to make them with Goose Fat that I saved from the Goose I cooked not too long ago.  

That's it for now. I hope you make and like the Oopsie Roll recipe.

Have a wonderful day my Friends and Family. No Surrender, No Retreat and Always Battle On!!!

(ZC)er Breaking all the RULES




  1. wonderful dave. i made some today and they were the best! i used mayo and i could not tell the diff between the ones made with cheese. these are so much more inline with zc'. thanks for the recipe and nice to see you back on the blog posting. keep it up.

    1. Hey Cat I appreciate the Great comments!!! I totally agree that these are a good fit for the (ZC) Lifestyle. I hope all is well with you. Battle On!!!

  2. OMG these are really good. I made a breakfast sandwich with these and they were a nice change. I don't do dairy at all. I also used mayonnaise and they look just like yours except mines were roundish. You are truly an inspiration to many. Sara

    1. I haven't used these for breakfast in a long time. Hmmm that gives me a good idea for tomorrow morning! Thanks Sara! I don't do much dairy these days. I know when I was losing weight dairy slowed me down. Me an inspiration? I don't know about that, but I can tell you that I post with my heart. Battle On!!!



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