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Are you tired of trying healthy bread recipes that land up being too dense, too wet, too dry or just all together gross? If you’re looking for a healthy bread recipe that actually tastes good and that’s light and fluffy and makes awesome sandwiches, look no further. This fail-safe bread recipe yields the perfect loaf because not only is it soft and light but gluten and sugar-free, high in fibre and low in calories.
About This Healthy Bread Recipe:
Making bread is not always an easy task, especially with all the kneading and rising, it’s all a bit off putting. This recipe is much easier to follow and practically flop-proof. I found that by separating the egg whites from their yolks, beating the whites stiff and folding them back into the mixture creates a fluffier dough and allows the loaf to rise to twice its height, every time!
Most health breads I’ve tried land up being too dense or crumbly because of the lack of gluten in them, or too dry and unable to rise properly because of the consistency of the nut flours. I tweaked this recipe until I got what I was looking for, the perfect texture and consistency with the right amount of fibre, no dairy, all while using only gluten-free flours.
Lets face it, there is no better smell than freshly baked bread, The best part of making your own is having those first few slices straight out the oven! and think of how positively your gut will respond by omitting all those unpronounceable additives and preservatives from store-bought loafs.
1 Loaf of
(30 minutes baking)
80 per slices.
Healthy Bread Nutrition
As per one small loaf of bread, If you have a normal/large bread tin, double the quantities as demonstrated with the bread in this picture.
Per serving (2 slices of bread) there is approximately 17g Carbs, 5g Fibre, 6g Protein, 3.5g fat, hardly any sugar and about 80 Calories.
Amounts per serving:
- Protien 6g 18% 18%
- Carbohydrates 17g 53% 53%
- Fibre 5g 16% 16%
- Fat 3.5 10% 10%
The Ingredients Needed:
- 1/4 Cup Collage Peptides Powder.
- 1/4 Cup Rice Flour (substitute with cassava flour for Paleo version).
- 1/4 Cup Cassava Flour.
- 2 TBSP Flaxseed Powder.
- 2 TBSP Tapioca Flour.
- 3 TBSP Full-fat Greek Yoghurt (substitute with coconut milk for dairy-free/Paleo equivalent).
- 6 Eggs (5 if large).
- 1 Tsp Bicarb of Soda.
- 1 Tsp Baking Powder.
- Pumpkin seeds as topping.
Shop for Ingredients Needed:
Some of these flours may be hard to come by, fortunately you can buy them online through Amazon by clicking on the image to shop.
Step by Step Instructions:
1. Pre-Heat Oven To 360 Degrees Fereinheit.
2. Prepare And Measure All Ingredients.
3. Sift Dry Ingredients.
4. Combine Egg Yolks .and Yogurt.
5. Add Egg Yolk Mixture To Dry Ingredients.
6. Bet Egg Whites Until Stiff Peaks Form.
7. Gently Fold Egg Whites Into Mixture.
8. Grease and Line Bread Tin.
9. Pour Mixture Into Tin.
10. Add Toppings.
11. Bake In Oven For 30 Minutes.
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