I would like to point out that the metric conversion of 3/4 cup to 90g coconut flour as stated in your recipe is incorrect. Should be 84g per package labeling (Bob’s Red Mill). Unfortunately I made my first batch with 90g of coconut flour, and it was definitely not “pourable”. More like scoopable. I will try again with correct amount but thought I would point so you can update the recipe. Thank you!

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The cream cheese and mozzarella cheese used in these keto bagels contain plenty of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). CLA is a type of fatty acid that appears to have several health benefits, including increased weight loss. Furthermore, cheese also provides us with vital minerals like calcium, zinc, and selenium, and vitamins B2, B12, A, and K2. Each one of these micronutrients is essential for maintaining the healthy function of the cells throughout our bodies. Without consuming them in adequate amounts, we would become vulnerable to chronic disease and sickness. 

If there is one thing I'd change about this book - it's that it's not spiral-bound. (As a side note: this is professionally printed on HEAVY paper - not the cheap print-on-demand paper you often see. It definitely is built to last.) I can envision myself using it enough that I think I'll take it to be spiral bound myself. That will make it 100X easier to use.
Sugar cravings be gone! We are helping you say no to the bad sweets and hello to a delicious keto dessert that you will love. Introducing the sweet chaffle recipe. This keto dessert is made in a waffle maker. The Sweet Chaffle is easy to make and requires just a few ingredients. The best part of this dessert keto recipe is that it can be made in a matter of minutes! Lets get sweet chaffling!
I so miss bread fresh from the oven (I’m going to be adding the yeast)! You are absolutely correct about beaten egg whites creating air pockets. My family has always made buttermilk pancakes from scratch and we always separate the eggs, beat the whites to soft peaks and fold them in at the last minute. The pancakes rise beautifully! Have you tried this with your keto pancakes?
I was so excited about making this bread. I recently cut all grains out of my life and I’m also in the process of going gluten free because i have a lot of digestive issues. I followed the recipe precisely. Checked the temp before taking it out of oven. It looked amazing nice and golden brown. I cut into it and i couldn’t wait for that first bite. I was so disappointed it has an odd flavor I just couldnt stomach and it was very salty to me. I tried a few tiny bites with different condiments and couldn’t eat it. After reading some comments, I see it is supposed to be unsalted butter. I used salted, but why did it seem to have a bitter sour taste to it?

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This is a rich tuna salad, served as a salad, that’s punched up with pesto and lemon. It’s creamy without feeling overly heavy, so it’s perfect for serving up as a summery lunch. I also love that this dish can be tossed together in less than 10 minutes and is a single serving. This makes it great for those of you who are taking lunch to work or live alone. Plus, if you keep the basic ingredients on hand in your pantry then it’s an inexpensive option that you can make whenever you ...
This layered peanut butter fudge will remind you of a popular candy! A sweet peanut butter layer is sandwiched between two layers of chocolate fudge. We use erythritol and stevia to keep it keto-friendly. These little squares are a sweet treat that you don't want to miss out on. Yields 25 servings of Keto Peanut Butter Cup Style Fudge The Preparation Chocolate Layers: 1 ¼ cups heavy whipping cream ½ cup powdered erythritol ½ teaspoon liquid stevia ½ teaspoon vanilla ...

The most common reason that any bread falls is that it needed to bake for longer. That being said, I’ll be perfectly honest – sometimes this keto bread recipe falls anyway, even despite doing everything else right. Fortunately this isn’t a huge deal because it still tastes delicious – IF you baked it for long enough and the center is cooked through.


Tried this… texture is great… only issue is that we couldn’t find unflavored whey protein!! locally, so we just grabbed some vanilla… definitely affects the taste (more like a pound cake… didn’t rise that much (I did use my bread-maker), but going to change out the whey protein as soon as unflavored comes in and think I will add a pack of yeast and just a bit of sugar to see if that makes it rise better.

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I made this the other day and it’s delicious, I’m able to slice the bread and put it in the toaster. However, my bread did not rise. I’m at high altitude and normally have to back off on leavening, but I followed the recipe as is. Do you suppose I should increase the baking powder? I’m assuming the yeast is there more for flavor, since there is no time for it to rise.
When cookie season rolls around, you are going to need something to tide you over. These cookies are easy to make and are great for tea, packed lunches, or for a work potluck. Or if your house is anything like mine, stash them in a decorative tin as gifts. Everyone loves baked goods! The recipe itself has minimal prep and execution time; the most time-consuming part will be if you choose to separate the egg whites. To cut down on prep time, you can use packaged egg whites from a grocery ...

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Among the keto dessert recipes, this my all-time favorite. This easy nutty fudge recipe will make creating keto desserts a breeze for you. You can make a large batch and store in your fridge for when guests come over or just make a few to enjoy as a quick Keto snack whenever you feel like it. Why not create additional flavors (e.g., by using a different nut butter or adding in cinnamon or cacao powder) for variation and fun?

Hi Barbara, I haven’t tried making this recipe into a lemon blueberry bread, but what you’d want to do is add a bit more sweetener (a few tablespoons? depending on how sweet you want it), lemon zest (not lemon juice to avoid too much liquid), and fold in blueberries carefully to avoid breaking down the whites. As for the other recipe you tried, it shouldn’t be gritty (though this one you’re looking at is definitely more fluffy) – did you use a super finely ground blanched almond flour?
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