I tried to find a recipe with the ingredients that I had on hand, but couldn’t. So I took a bit from a few of them and tried this out. It turned out pretty well. It’s very moist. I think the next time I might add a couple of packets of Splenda to it. This is my very first piece of bread in over a year!!!
COCONUT FLAXSEED BREAD
1 serving = 1 slice
1/2 c coconut creme powder
1/2 c flaxseed, ground
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda
1/4 c coconut oil
1/8 c water
1 tsp apple cider vinegar (not quite sure that’s what I used, lol… this is China, had to guess at it in the little store)
Preheat oven to 325 F. Grease a loaf pan with coconut oil.
Mix all the dry ingredients together in a bowl.
Mix all the wet ingredients together in a bowl.
Mix the dry and wet ingredients together, mixing well.
Pour into loaf pan and bake for 40 minutes.
Cool completely before slicing into 8 pieces.
Nutrition info per serving: Calories 150, Protein 5.5g, Fat 13.8g,
Total Carb 2.8g, Net Carb 0.4g
I AM ONE OF YOUR READERS WHO IS HOOKED ON YOUR BLOGS
ENJOY ALL OS THEM
BUT ONE THING I WOULD LIKE TO ASK NO FLOUR IN THIS RECIPE
blog (S)?? dish mama….
Only one to date… I think she meant posts… Although new blog in the making… You’ll be one of the first to know 🙂
Hi Nadia! Oh how I miss you!! There is no flour because I am only eating foods that are wheat and gluten free. The coconut and the flaxseed act as the flour. Thanks for reading xoxox
Looks pretty darn good Sandi 🙂
It was actually very moist. I think I’ll add a couple Splenda puts the next time.
Looks delish, Sandi! What is coconut creme powder? Do you think I could substitute skim milk powder for it?
You might be able to, Sarah. I think it was kind of like finely ground coconut. Similar to flour, but a bit moist. I found it in the store here so snatched it up and I used it as a flour…
I’ll send you my muffing recipe now that you are a Paleo girl!
Awesome, Maria! I look forward to it. I’m loving the added fats of Paleo.
I’ll make them for you, mom 🙂
I just combined both our recipes for the muffins. I had no almond meal so I used ground coconut and flaxseed. Added a few chopped dates and used cashew butter instead of almond. they are SOOO GOOOD! I forgot raisins, but didn’t need the extra calories and sugar anyway. But i bet they would be even yummier!
Yum! I love dates! Will play around with it on the next round. Cant get almond or cashew butter here, but I’m back to the States in 3 weeks 3 days! Yay!
forever or just to visit?
forever or just to visit?
It looks like we are moving BACK to China! We find out next week!
I like to say for now 🙂
Sandi, how are you coping with adding extra fat? Seems to fly in the face of everything we have ever been told about healthy eating? I did have a brief flirt with Paleo but put on weight- maybe I need to get to target weight first?
I know you have said you have used olive oil thru Dukan- how much per day do you allow yourself?
Hi Sue! I’m doing well with the extra fat and seem to have more energy! I think the key is getting o your target weight and keeping an eye out on the carbs.
I allowed myself approximately 2 Tbs per day of either olive oil or coconut oil. I discovered coconut oil right towards the end of cruise phase.
Also, in March I started alternating between oat bran and flaxseed meal. It is zero net carbs and I like the taste better. Same amount of fiber 🙂
Wow, looks great…we’ll have to try this one once we get back down to our desired weight!
It was easy to make and pretty good. I was surprised as I’ve never made bread before!
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