Many of us are accustomed to eating bread with food. The problem arises when we are on a diet. We know that the bread leads to weight gain. Therefore, there is no adequate substitute for all those who love bread. This is Bread that appeals to our body. We can eat it but not afraid that we will gain weight. Keto bread made from sesame and coconut flour.
Way of preparation – easy
- Prep time – 10 minutes
- Cooking time – 20 minutes
Keto Bread – Recipe
- 4 whole eggs and 2 egg whites
- 2 tablespoons coconut flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 4-5 tablespoons sesame flour
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- a couple pinches of salt ( to taste)
- 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar
- 1 tablespoon of psyllium powder mixed with 1 d l of water, and when it thickens add to the mix and all mix well
Instructions how to make this Keto bread
- Preheat oven at 250 C
- In one bowl, mix all the ingredients.
- Pour mixture on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and put in a well-preheated oven at 250 C.
- When the loaf a little rise, reduce the heat to 200 C.
- Total cooking time should be 15 minutes or until become golden brown.
Nutritional Information ( amount per loaf)
- Calories – 746 kcal
- Protein – 39 g
- Carb – 21 g ( Fiber 9g, Sugar 1g)
- Fat – 56 g
Note: If you cut this loaf into 20 slices, one slice will have just 0.6 g net carbs
Psyllium is vegetable fibers, originating from India, which were once used as a remedy for constipation, as well as many other health problems. Today, psyllium is used for constipation, but also for pastries without yeast, especially for those that are made from nuts, because the test gives loosening, and says those holes that we all love the bread.
It helps absorb toxins by creating spongy gelatinous mass in the bowels. Swelling in the intestines and increases its volume of 35 to 50 times soaking themselves in water, cleaning deposits from the folds and cracks in the walls of the bowel, binding themselves to toxins and expel them out with feces.
It is this collection of moisture and liquids, on bread and gives it the softness that we need. Online you can find it in flakes and powder. Flakes (psyllium husk) is used when we call bread, a finer powder dough or cake. Otherwise, psyllium comprises from 60 to 70 percent more soluble fiber than oat bran.