Game changer! Thanks so much! Celiac with dairy issues. I used almond pulp left from making nut milk( dried a little) the brown flecks from almond skins gave the look and texture of whole wheat bread. So many gluten free things are dry, crumbly, and taste of baking powder. But these were awesome.also worked cooked on griddle.,.no more bun less burgers for me. Thanks
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 ...
Hi Aamash, Sometimes egg whites from a carton are more difficult to beat to stiff peaks, though I do use those all the time myself. Usually it’s best to add some cream of tartar when beating especially if you are using the whites from a carton. This will help them come to stiff peaks. Having the egg whites at room temperature also helps, versus cold from the fridge.
This keto kung pao chicken has the right amount of sweet and spiciness. It’s a great low carb recipe for the keto lifestyle. This instant pot kung pao chicken is a lighter and healthier version of your favorite takeout. You can easily make this keto kung pao chicken for a busy weeknight, meal prep it ahead of time or freeze it for future meals! You can have it over cauliflower rice or in a lettuce wrap for a quick complete meal!

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Egg-based wraps. These take a bit of preparation, but they are absolutely delicious with the right ingredients. My favorite egg-based wrap recipes are the Ultimate Breakfast Roll Ups and the Spinach, Herb & Feta Wrap. Both of them come packed with unique flavors and keto-friendly ingredients that make for the perfect high-protein, high-fat breakfast.
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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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?
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Sardines are a really good source of fish oils, vitamins and minerals and can be bought very cheaply, so a quick keto salad like this would be perfect for people on a budget or for students. The sardines are packed with flavor and require no cooking so even novice cooks can manage this for lunch or dinner. The cider vinegar offsets the oiliness of the fish giving the salad a lovely freshness.
I had the same effect but I used the same pan. The issue I had was the egg whites. I beat them with a mixer for 2 minutes with the cream of tartar and still couldn’t get them whipped. I’d say they were half whipped. I gave up and put them in the loan pan anyway. The bread looked the same and tasted great but it was somewhat spongy. I’m wondering if the egg whites really wouldn’t whip because I didn’t realize they had to be room temp. The bread is great but it won’t hold up for sandwiches. Any tips on egg whipping? I felt egg defeated today!
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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