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This is a very adaptable base bread made from coconut flour for those of us who are avoiding wheat, standard flour, or gluten. To adapt simply add ingredients that you would to any other bread recipe. For example, to make sweet add cinnamon and raisins, or dried cranberries. To make savory add garlic and spinach, maybe pistachios. This recipe and its variations are limited only by your creativity and daring. Submitted by SPLATEK
This is a gluten-free, carb free bread which has the consistency of a hamburger bun. They are crispy when you first bake them but when you put them in a plastic bag for a few hours in the fridge they get soft.Submitted by VICKID55
A nice healthy flat bread for a variety of things, especially dipping. Its low in cal, salt and full of goodness. Probably a little dry to eat on its own, but as part of a salad or dip, it would be great!Submitted by EADAMUK
It’s an interesting quick bread since there’s both whole wheat flour and cornmeal in there, making it all deep and earthy tasting. Your wet ingredients are just buttermilk and molasses. Lots of thick, gooey molasses. There’s no other sugar in it so it turns out somewhere in between savoury and sweet. It’s not going to taste how you expect so wrap your head around that fact now.Submitted by KARGUAM
I altered my favorite chocolate muffins to be practically fat free and low calorie. Moist and chocolatey! Only 109 cals and 2.5 g of fat for a large muffin, or per slice (12 a loaf)Submitted by CASEYNJASON
I found this recipe on the internet when I was looking for a healtier alternative to store bought bagels.
This is a good substitute for those who love bagels but hate all the calories and the sodium in the store bought ones. The bagels aren't as sweet as the ones in the store, but I'm sure you could add a bit more sugar to the dough if you wanted to make them sweeter.
The recipe is fairly easy to make. The first time I made it I just cut the recipe in half (mainly because I didn't think my family would eat all 30 bagels before they turned).
You can also adjust the recipe to include toppings or add-ins to customize your bagel (not included in the nutritional information calculation). Some suggestions would be sesame seeds (dip into sesame seeds once the egg yolk wash is on the bagel), cinnamon & raisins, blueberry, or anything and everything you'd like to put in.
Enjoy! =)Submitted by CD2071603