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Old 08-21-2017, 13:20   #1
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A friend sent me this recipe, it seems to be a variation of the Keto bread, but is so quick and easy. I make it in a 2 cup pyrex ramekin and end up with a good sized english muffin textured bun. you can cut in half to have a top and bottom and it toasts well.

3 Tbsp super fine Almond flour
1/2 Tsp Baking powder
dash salt
1 Tbsp coconut/olive oil or melted butter
1 large egg
spices if desired

I love to add rosemary and italian seasoning

stir together until well combined and microwave for 90 seconds.
this is so quick and yummy, I make bacon and egg sandwiches for breakfast, tomato sandwiches for lunch. so good!

It can tend to be/feel a little dry going down so keep water handy.

less than 5 grams per serving as a 1/4 cup of almond flour has 5 and you are using less than that. This has been a game changer for me. hope y'all enjoy

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Do you know how many carbs it has? This is awesome. I'm going to try it.

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Do you know how many carbs it has? This is awesome. I'm going to try it.
The only carbs in it is the almond flour, and it has 5 grams (NOT net carbs, but total) per quarter cup. You use 3/4 of that amount in this recipe so I count 5 but it is actually less.

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A friend sent me this recipe, it seems to be a variation of the Keto bread, but is so quick and easy. I make it in a 2 cup pyrex ramekin and end up with a good sized english muffin textured bun. you can cut in half to have a top and bottom and it toasts well.

3 Tbsp super fine Almond flour
1/2 Tsp Baking powder
dash salt
1 Tbsp coconut/olive oil or melted butter
1 large egg
spices if desired

I love to add rosemary and italian seasoning

stir together until well combined and microwave for 90 seconds.
this is so quick and yummy, I make bacon and egg sandwiches for breakfast, tomato sandwiches for lunch. so good!

It can tend to be/feel a little dry going down so keep water handy.

less than 5 grams per serving as a 1/4 cup of almond flour has 5 and you are using less than that. This has been a game changer for me. hope y'all enjoy
Katie, I made this last night. I didn't even use seasonings. I slapped on some butter, and it was pretty good. I used your tip and microwaved in a 2 cup pyrex. I'm going to make it more often. I'm wondering if I can make a couple of them ahead of time and put them in the fridge.

Thanks again for posting this recipe.

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These mug breads/cakes are essentially egg, and could, and should, be refrigerated. Warming it up slightly before eating will soften it up again.

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It's so quick I make it every day for breakfast and lunch. I have doubled it and made it in an 8x8 pan nuke it for about 65 seconds as it is not as deep. cut in 4ths for 2 seperate square buns/bread servings

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It's so quick I make it every day for breakfast and lunch. I have doubled it and made it in an 8x8 pan nuke it for about 65 seconds as it is not as deep. cut in 4ths for 2 seperate square buns/bread servings
That's a great idea. Thank you so much .

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