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Old 06-01-2013, 13:46   #1
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OMG! You simply must try this. It's Real bread, thick, chewy, crusty (toasted) in 70 seconds in the microwave

. -- 1 egg (beat well)
-- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder (beat into egg mixture)
-- 2 Tablespoons Flax Meal (beat into egg mixture)
-- 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese (beat into egg mixture)

Ok! Find something that looks like a piece of bread to cook in the microwave... I just use a little square Tupperware (plastic container).

--- Melt butter to coat the bottom and sides.
--- Put in the microwave for 1 minute.
--- Turn over and cook for about 10 more seconds.

It comes out like Thick piece of bread. Split it in half into two thinner pieces if you want to and Toast, if you want toast. It's Real bread.. The kind your mother used to make.. Delicious, chewy, dense. Butter melts on it beautifully. The whole recipe, depending on the cheese you use is 4 carbs. And it's super filing and mostly insoluble fiber!

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Looks yummy, but I would use a glass or nuke-proof china, not tupperware. I no longer nuke in plastic and do not let my kids, either.

Will be making for my mid-morning snack, though! YUM!
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Looks delicious. Thanks for posting the pics.

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Looks yummy, but I would use a glass or nuke-proof china, not tupperware. I no longer nuke in plastic and do not let my kids, either.

Will be making for my mid-morning snack, though! YUM!
I put a little liquid Splenda in it, but it did not need it. Let it cool before you slice it. It's amazing!! The possibilities for this are endless. Let me know what you think!

Forgot about the plastic thing. I'll have to find a glass dish.

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I tried it now. Very good.
I microwaved mine in a bread glass dish.

Anything 1min works well for me, let alone 70 sec.

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oh so there are 60 sec in 1min oopsie

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I tried it now. Very good.
I microwaved mine in a bread glass dish.

Anything 1min works well for me, let alone 70 sec.
What did you think? I made a big one (8 servings and toasted it under the broiler after it was done. My family are in love with this. I added a bit of liquid Splenda but it did not need it. Could add cinnamon.

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oh so there are 60 sec in 1min oopsie
LOL'. How long did you cook it for?

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LOL'. How long did you cook it for?
Um I think I put a tad more cheese, so left it in for 90sec to dry a bit more from being too tangy. Afterwards I slapped it on TOP of the toaster (4slice) and it came out beautifully. (naughty me, secretly added a smidge apricot jam, 1/4 tspn on the hot tip, and it was too divine).
Thanks for the recipe.

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Um I think I put a tad more cheese, so left it in for 90sec to dry a bit more from being too tangy. Afterwards I slapped it on TOP of the toaster (4slice) and it came out beautifully. (naughty me, secretly added a smidge apricot jam, 1/4 tspn on the hot tip, and it was too divine).
Thanks for the recipe.
That sounds positively amazing! I think it could make the nicest French toast, too.. With butter, cinnamon, and walden farms zero carb pancake syrup. Just thinking beyond the sandwiches. They could also double for bread crumbs. Just thinking out loud.

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