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Oh bread, how I’ve missed you! After 10 years of being Gluten Free, I count bread as a rare treat. Who wants to pay $6.00 plus for a loaf of the “good stuff” or spend hours baking the perfect loaf? Add in the fact I try to follow the Trim and Healthy Mamma Plan, bread in my life has been non existent. Until now. This bread is a total game changer.
The chewy crust, the light and airy middle, the gluten freeness, and only 4 net carbs of goodness! Game. Changer. Not to mention I can whip up a batch in about 5 minutes. Five easy minutes. If you are familiar with Trim and Healthy Mamma, or low carb cooking, these ingredients are probably already a staple in your pantry. However I have provided links for you to purchase if needed.
- 1 1/4 C Blanched Almond Flour
- 5 Tbsp. Psyllium Husk Powder
- 1Tsp Seasoned Salt
- 2 Tsp Baking Powder
- 2 Tsp Gentle Sweet (or sweetener of choice)
- 1 Tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
- 3 Egg Whites
- 1 C Boiling Water
- Sesame Seeds – Optional
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix together dry ingredients. Add in the Apple Cider Vinegar and Egg Whites and beat until a dough forms. While the mixer is running, very slowly add in the boiling water. You don’t want to burn yourself or cook your egg whites. Stop mixing after all the water is incorporated.
Your dough will be a bit spongy, this is normal. Divide the dough into four equal parts and roll into balls, place them on a parchment lined baking sheet. Smoosh them down a bit so the tops are flattened and sprinkle on some sesame seeds if you like. Bake at 350 for 50-60 minutes. You can check for doneness with a toothpick, or you will hear a hallow sound when you thump them.
Let the bread rolls cool a bit and then slather on some (real) butter and enjoy the goodness. The guilt free goodness. I love to use these for hamburger buns, or to make subs, they are excellent toasted. You get the idea. All the bread things.
This could be made into a full loaf, or long loaves as well, you may need to adjust for a longer baking time. I prefer to do the 4 rounds, then I know they are 4 net carbs a piece. I have provided the nutritional info for you below. Be sure to leave us a comment and tell us what you think!
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