I made your bread yesterday. You are right–it IS the best tasting keto bread yet! And I’ve made dozens of recipes through the years! I enlarged it–made a recipe and a half, and used a 9×5 glass pan. I confess, I did make a mess of it at one point. I used carton egg whites, and they didn’t do as well as fresh egg whites do. I ended up with a lot of foam on top and liquid on the bottom. I tried adding the dough to it, but had trouble smoothing out the many lumps. Soooo, I used my hand mixer to mix the whole mess. I put it in the pan and decided to just throw it out, thinking it could never turn into a good loaf of bread. But I went ahead and put it in the oven, and it turned out great! The rise was higher than any other almond flour bread I’ve ever made. So it’s obviously a very “forgivable” recipe. Many thanks!!
Hi Kristi, I’m glad you liked the taste! Sorry it didn’t rise for you. It’s hard to say what happened without being in the kitchen with you. Were the peaks in the egg whites not firm enough, or did they fall too much when folding with the rest of the batter? That is the main culprit I can think of, as the egg whites are a big part of what creates the volume in this bread.
Hi Maya, I have made this twice and the first was actually closer than the second! The second one was raised really well when I put the foil on for the last 10-15 mins of cook time and when I took it out 12 mins later it had completely fallen! Now it is almost wet in the center though there are air pockets in it, it’s very odd. The first loaf was pretty flat the whole time and I am pretty sure that was because I didn’t have my egg whites whipped enough but they were spot on for the second loaf. I am also thinking it might be my baking powder after reading some of the comments. I plan to try again and just use a baking soda/cream of tartar mix rather than the baking powder. Any other suggestions? Anyone? LOL!
This dinner recipe is as impressive as a restaurant meal, but it’s so easy to put together. So, no excuses for eating out again, we’re dining in tonight! The salmon and asparagus spears are seared in a single pan, then the hollandaise is quickly whipped up in a blender. Anyone can make hollandaise using this method, yes that means you. Even if you’ve broken this sauce a million times, you’ll have this on the table in no time. I chose salmon and asparagus, but you could easily substitute ...
Hi Kaylee, I’ve substituted raw sunflower seeds ground dry in my bullet for almonds. I found it to taste better. Expect the color to be similar to the color of the seeds. I sub 113g sunflower seeds for every 1 cup of almond flour. As for eggs, shop around. I get pastured eggs for berween $4 to $6.50. Usually, on sale. Like this week, sprouts has buy 1get one free so that’s 2 dozens for $6.50. Even Publix to my surprise will mark down their pastture raised eggs to $3.50/dozen.
As you already know, citrus goes really well with poultry, and when you add in the Greek-inspired seasonings you get a deliciously fresh flavor to the chicken. Other cuts of chicken can also be used, for example thighs, which can help cut down the cost if you are working to a budget. If you have preserved lemons you can use them instead of fresh ones and slices make a lovely garnish to the finished dish.
Hands down, the absolute best low carb bread recipe ever!!! I made it last night and I am blown away!!! I’ve tried a lot of low carb bread recipes trying to find something close to the “carby” bread I once loved, and you have solved my dilemma. This bread is better than the carb-laden kind (in my opinion) and I am so happy to be able to enjoy toast, sandwiches and any other idea that comes to my mind for utilizing this bread. I can’t wait to make another batch because I didn’t leave this one in quite long enough, but I am certain of it’s potential! God bless you.
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What an amazing dish this is! One of my favorite meals involves balsamic vinegar and strawberries, and you will find the vinegar raises the flavor of the fruit and, together with the crunchy nut slivers and caramelized onions, this is a feast of flavors for you to enjoy! The tender, juicy chicken holds a wonderful surprise when you cut into it and the stuffing is revealed!
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Maya, this is a beautiful looking bread. I’m going to try it, but before I do, I’d like to know if you have ever tried doubling the recipe. It seems that it would work–based on the fact that my almond flour bread that I have made for years uses 3 1/4 cups flour, and turns out pretty well. (I’m pretty content with my recipe, but admit that yours looks better due to the whiteness and it appears to have more air bubbles, indicating it’s probably lighter.) If I don’t hear from you, I’ll probably go ahead and double it, and use a 9×5 pan–wish me luck.
Looking for a dinner recipe that’s better than takeout? This light, healthy “egg roll” salad will give you all the flavors from your favorite Thai restaurant without the carbs or food coma. Made with cabbage, chicken, and coconut aminos to ensure it’s gluten-free, this is one recipe you can’t miss. Pair with zucchini noodles as a substitute for pad thai to complete the dish.