Hi Ashley, Usually egg whites take just a few minutes to beat to stiff peaks. Definitely not 40 minutes. Old eggs can sometimes be the culprit, or a bit of leftover fat/grease from something else in the bowl can prevent stiff peaks (this is especially common when using a plastic bowl). Lastly, it could be that your mixer isn’t powerful enough to beat that many whites to stiff peaks, but this reason is a last resort and probably less likely. Cream of tartar is a huge help in reaching stiff peaks so you can try adding that next time.
Rarely a day goes by that I don’t have eggs. Packed with protein and incredibly versatile, eggs are my idea of a true superfood. But don’t take my word for it- this list of 35 Keto egg recipes shows how easy they are to include in almost every meal. Whether fried, poached, boiled, or scrambled, this list has a Keto-friendly egg recipe for any occasion.
Made this 2 times. The 2nd batch turned out much better and more delicious . I use coconut sugar in place of the sweetner listed. However, I am having trouble with the egg whites and the consistency pictured. My egg whites turn into a foamy meringue. I have made meringue before, and I knew it would stiffen up, and it did. Otherwise the rise was much better on the 2nd attempt and looked very much like the bread pictured. I seemed to fold in the mixture better 2nd time around. 1st time it looked like I had pockets of uncooked dough though the temp reading at 2 locations showed above 200 deg F. I blamed it on not folding the mixture with the eggs well enough.
Deb, Thank you so much for leaving a comment – we’re happy to hear you enjoyed the bread! Yes, the yeast in this recipe is for aroma/flavor. Unfortunately we aren’t at high altitude so we don’t have experience baking in that way. We’ve read that it can be helpful to slightly decrease baking powder, slightly increase liquids, and increase oven temperature by 25F. Please let us know how it goes if you try the recipe with any of these changes, and sorry we couldn’t be more help with this!
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These little thumbprint cookies are baked with a creamy cheesecake and raspberry filling. These remind me a lot of the holiday cookie season, but they’re great to serve up for any special occasion. Potluck at your kids school, birthday party, or other family function? Bring these! Everyone will be glad that you did. Plus, at just over 2 net carbs per servings, you can feel free to indulge a little too. Yields 18 servings of Keto Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies The Preparation Raspberry ...
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There are delicious lactose-free dairy products out there, including cream cheese, sour cream, and even some yogurts. Furthermore, the higher the fat concentration in your dairy (e.g. butter, ghee, heavy cream, hard cheeses like parmesan and romano), the less lactose there usually is in the dairy product. But if you’re sensitive to all forms of dairy, you might need a vegan alternative, even if you’re not vegan.
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Need some new ideas to keep you on the straight and narrow food-wise? Fed up with boring lunches? Let me be the bearer of good news! Here is my list of Keto Lunch recipes that covers everything from quick and easy salads to wholesome and satisfying burgers and meatballs. I’ve even thrown in some luxurious ideas like the Peach and Pan-fried Scallops if you are entertaining so you won’t be at a loss for ideas.
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The French Toast Bake recipe looks much easier than any other "french toast" type recipes I've seen, and I can't wait to try it! As well as the Faux Oatmeal (if you can't tell, I'm a sweets and breakfast person). All the recipes have nutritional information (surprisingly, some diet-related cookbooks don't have that information!) and the photos are very nice - and they look like what they are supposed to be!
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We’ve been on the Keto journey since the end of February last year and this is my favourite bread recipe so far, I just made a loaf and it turned out great. I don’t have a food processor so I did use my blender and for ingredients I only used the almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, butter, salt, 8 egg whites (all I had left in the fridge) and the only optional ingredient I added was stevia. The texture was still really nice without the extra ingredients which is a nice option and this tasted like a regular loaf of bread, I’ll definitely be making this again!!