Chicken enchiladas made with a green chile sauce is one of my favorite dinners. Trying to recreate enchiladas with low-carb tortillas can be a pain, especially if you try and make them yourself. With these, we've used softened cabbage leaves to roll up the filling. It's an easy and nutritious option! The enchiladas are stuffed with shredded chicken, onions, and shredded cheese. They're dolloped with a sauce made from chicken broth, sour cream, and green chilis. The result is flavorful, ...
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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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Hi Amber, Yes, the baking powder and egg whites do help it rise a bit, just not as much as regular bread. It’s hard to say what went wrong, if anything. Everyone’s palate is a little different, so it’s possible you just didn’t like it, or maybe something didn’t go as it should have. It could be that the batter and whites weren’t folded together quite enough?
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.
We had to replicate that childhood nostalgia of chocolate chip cookie dough without using too many flours and sweeteners. These Cookie Dough Fat Bombs are very low in carbs and high in fat, making them a perfect snack or late night sweet treat. Add fat to any meal with any of the recipes from our Fat Bomb Bible. Enjoy your cookie dough for just 1g of carb per serving!
Maya, I can’t tell you how excited I am to find this recipe! I have three young cats who are on a raw diet. In my previous life I was a home economics major and was taught not to waste anything. So from making their raw food I have the byproducts of egg whites and chicken bones and skin. It all gets frozen for future use. I use the bones and skin to make my own bone broth but I have egg whites out the ying yang! They are frozen in jars with the measurement of the contents on the lid. Now I’m going to thaw some and make bread! Have you tried making french toast with this?
For anyone that loves the warm, spiced, crunchy texture of crumb cake, this keto dessert is for you. Make a batter with almond and coconut flours, flaxseed, and butter before baking and topping with a nutty crumble. Make these 1-carb donuts Bulletproof by using Ceylon cinnamon and grass-fed butter, plus skip the nutmeg. Avoid eating flax too often as well, since it can irritate your gut.
Hi I made the Easy paleo keto bread 5 ingredients. It was moist, texture was good but it didn’t turn out completely white, more like a pale yellow and the crust was overdone. I opted for honey as my sweetner because this bread is for my nephew who has autism and we want to keep it as natural as possible. I baked the bread exactly at 325 for 40mins uncovered and then another 40mins covered (tent). What could I do next time to achieve a white bread with golden crust?
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Zucchini is also an excellent source of potassium, an important mineral that plays a vital role in cardiovascular health because of its vasodilating properties. In other words, potassium helps your blood vessels relax to allow blood to flow more freely. As a result, it helps reduce your risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke and hypertension.
We've created a Nut-Free Coconut Cream Pie without all the carbs, so you can enjoy every layer of coconut bliss while sticking to your keto, low-carb diet. From the buttery crust to the fluffy center, all the way to the toasted coconut on top, you will be in coconut heaven. Impress your guests with pure indulgence and only 3.6g of net carbs per slice. A pretty cake stand goes a long way too.
As I'm sure you know, eating chocolate bars and lollipops aren't exactly conducive to keeping in ketosis. But you can still enjoy treats on a Keto diet...like these amazing Keto peppermint cups. The delicious filling uses a mixture of coconut butter and coconut oil flavored with peppermint extract and stevia. But, be careful, peppermint tends to be pretty strong, so a little goes a long way.
Omigosh! This bread is just delightful! DH (dear husband) and I started a no carb diet 10 days ago and really miss a bit of carbohydrates. When I ran across this recipe, I had to give it a try. It is delicious! In the middle of moving, I have no access to my food processor. And, I didn’t add anything else that was recommended except for the cream of tarter, which I had on hand. I did everything by hand but found my mixer to make the stiff egg whites. The tips on baking were really helpful! Thank you so much! We are so enjoying every morsel.
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I followed the recipe to a tee, used all recommended ingredients. I’ve attempted making it twice, the first time I didn’t have a food processor and that was a complete fail. The second time, today, I bought a food processor and attempted it again. The egg whites were fluffy but never got to stiff peaks… maybe my eggs were too cold? Anyway, I baked for 30 mins, and it wasn’t even golden brown on the top so I didn’t put the foil on time and cooked it another 20 mins. I just pulled it out about 20 mins ago and it is golden brown. However, it is a very moist almost like a banana bread texture. I just popped it back in the oven hoping it will “dry up”. Any recommendations? Do I need to cook for and hour ?