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Low Carb Bread


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Ingredients

20 slice(s)

Bread Mix

  • 50 grams Butter, Melted
  • 200 grams Almond Flour
  • 25 grams psyllium husks
  • 15 grams baking powder
  • pinch salt
  • 5 grams Xylotol, or Stevia
  • 100 grams Greek yoghurt
  • 250 grams cottage cheese
  • 6 eggs
  • 150 grams Mixed seeds, Sesame, Sunflower, Pumpkin etc
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. 1.  Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees C.  Grease and line a loaf tin.

  2. 2.  Add butter to TM bowl and melt on 37 degrees, Speed 1 for 1 minute or until butter has melted.

  3. 3.  Weigh all ingredients into the bowl and mix together on Counter-clockwise operation Speed 4 for 30 seconds or until well combined.

  4. 4.  Pour ingredients into your loaf tin and smooth the top.

  5. 5.  Bake for one hour.  Remove from the oven and let partially cool in the loaf tin before turning it out.

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Tip

* Can be kept in the fridge wrapped in alfoil for a week or more

*  Is lovely toasted 

*  Great under your eggs for brekky or toasted with butter for soup


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  • lorraine63: Total carbs are a lot higher. However,...

    Submitted by hctbmau on 5. July 2017 - 20:43.

    lorraine63: Total carbs are a lot higher. However, nett carbs are calculated by removing the fibre from the total carbs. Fibre doesn't digest, so it can be ignored. For example 100 grams sesame seed is about 14.1 grams total carb less 7.3 grams fibre = 6.8 grams nett carbs per 100 grams.

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  • Approximate nett carbs for the loaf 35 grams or...

    Submitted by hctbmau on 5. July 2017 - 20:35.

    Approximate nett carbs for the loaf 35 grams or less than 2 grams per slice (20 slices)

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  • I love this bread Tastes great toasted with...

    Submitted by krystalls on 4. June 2017 - 09:53.

    I love this bread. Tastes great toasted with scrambled eggs.

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  • Yes Id like to know the carb count as well please

    Submitted by amandaprattico@gmail.com on 21. May 2017 - 11:42.

    Yes, I'd like to know the carb count as well please.

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  • I notice a few people have asked about the carb...

    Submitted by lorraine63 on 5. February 2017 - 14:04.

    I notice a few people have asked about the carb count for this recipe. I can't see an answer anywhere. Does anyone know? I have tried doing the count but there seems to be controversy over total carbs vs net carbs so I'm a bit confused Smile

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  • Hi there. Do you have the

    Submitted by LizzieHo on 30. June 2016 - 17:13.

    Hi there.

    Do you have the carb count for this recipe please.

    Cheers.

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  • Very nice  will definately be

    Submitted by Duckie2401 on 19. March 2016 - 17:24.

    Very nice  will definately be making this time and time again.

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  • Thanks for this recipe, it is

    Submitted by kryss on 6. May 2015 - 14:58.

    Thanks for this recipe, it is a staple in my house. It freezes well and is forgiving of subbing ricotta, reduced fat yoghurt or whatever I happen to have in the fridge.  It works well as a loaf or in a muffin tin.  I am very tempted to add a few cranberries or nut pieces to it too, but it's currently my savoury 'go-to' and I don't trust myself to go back!

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  • whats the carb count for this

    Submitted by bertd on 20. March 2015 - 21:03.

    whats the carb count for this recipe please?

     

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  • Thank you for such a great

    Submitted by shergliddon on 21. January 2015 - 12:23.

    Thank you for such a great recipe, I love it!

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