I’m starting to feel like I’ve got a hang of this whole baking without carbohydrates thing. I successfully baked low-carb / LCHF bread without having instructions or a recipe, and without an oven. It’s so good I have to stop myself from eating the entire pan’s worth of bread because I’m pretty sure my stomach wouldn’t like that much fiber. Not only is it delicious, but it’s so easy to make, you could make this over a camp fire!
Anyway, this is how you do it:
4 tablespoons almond flour
3-4 tablespoons flax seeds
2-3 tablespoons potato fiber
0,5 teaspoons psyllium seed husk/fiber husk
0,5 teaspoons baking powder
0,5 teaspoons cinnamon
(The measurements aren’t exact because it depends on the size of your eggs. The dough is pretty stiff, you should be able to shape it. )
Whip the eggs, add the rest of the stuff. Let sit for about 10 minutes.
Add butter to a frying pan, heat it up to..well I dunno, somewhere in the middle or to the lower side of the temperature scale.
Pour/throw/whack the dough into the frying pan and flatten it out with a spoon or something. It helps a lot if you dip the spoon in melted butter or oil, otherwise the dough will stick to it.
Let it fry for a few minutes on each side, I think it took mine about 8 minutes to get done, but obviously that’ll depend on how thick you make your bread.
I ate mine warm with ham and boiled eggs, but I’m pretty sure you can put anything on it. Why not try cheese, peanutbutter (the kind without sugar!) or some fresh strawberries?
This bread doesn’t taste neither eggs nor potato fiber, both of those are tastes that you get sick of very quickly when you’re avoiding carbohydrates because after a while, everything just seems to taste the same. This is kind of sweet and cinnamon-y, but it tastes like bread. Perfect! I will definitely be experimenting with this.