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Tuesday, 4 August 2020

Low Carb Bread : Six Choices

As regular readers know, this blog brings a variety of recipe ideas. However, not all may be suitable for you; if you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter.

I am often asked about low carb bread, so thought I would do a post showing six different choices of lower carb bread recipes. These recipes use a range of low carb flours, for example almond flour, coconut flour and flax seed. If you are just starting a low carb diet/lifestyle you may feel confused with which low carb flours to use. You may never have used any of them before and how to use them properly can be daunting. Low carb flours do not behave like wheat flour, and how to use them in your old regular high carb recipes is a common question. Of course you may also be interested, or want to know more about them. If that is the case then Libby at 'Ditch The Carbs' site has a very good guide, and you can read it here

Now, onto the recipe suggestions, I hope you may be able to give these low carb breads a try !

Garlic and Rosemary Cauliflower Bread : Lower Carb
more details here


Low Carb Seedy Bread
more details here


Almond Flour Spinach Loaf : Now that's different !
more details here


Almond Flour Bread : Low Carb, Gluten Free and Grain Free
more details here


Flax seed loaf / rolls
more details here


Low-carb bread ... in a mug
bake in oven or microwave, more details here


Happy bread-making

All the best Jan

32 comments:

Jeanie said...

These look really interesting, Jan. Not sure about them but yet very interesting. Thanks.

Sue said...

Crikey some of these don't sound like bread at all! Luckily I'm not a big bread eater so it's very easy for me to give it a miss. Take care and have a great week, Sue xx

Valerie-Jael said...

These all sound delicious. yummy! Valerie

Aritha said...

What a wonderful blog full of tasty bread.

Tom said...

...they all look great!

CraveCute said...

Hi Jan great post. I'm familiar with all the flours and have tried several. Some are better than others! I'm experimenting with oat fiber and vital wheat gluten and trying to come up with a recipe my husband will like!

DVArtist said...

I am not a big bread eater but if I was to try one of these it would be the Almond flour no seeds. Diverticulitis people are not suppose to do seeds. That would be me.

Christine said...

Bread in a mug looks interesting.

Elephant's Child said...

Thank you. Some of these look very tempting and I will have to explore/experiment.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What wonderful choices you've shared, Jan! They all look marvelous...thank you!

bill burke said...

Garlic and Rosemary Cauliflower Bread looks really good.

happyone said...

These all look delicious!!

Rose said...

One thing for sure...they all look delicious.

Victor S E Moubarak said...

Looks very tasty.

God bless.

My name is Erika. said...

Interesting recipes. I sure wish I could eat almond flour (allergic to almonds) as they nuts and their flour have such good protein and health benifits.

Margaret D said...

How interesting to make that bread.
Does look nice and appetising.

Jo said...

There's some interesting sounding options there. It's good to know there's alternatives to normal bread if you want to give them a go.

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

These all look delicious. I might try the almond flour bread.
Enjoy your day, have great week ahead.

Ygraine said...

WOW, all these amazing breads!!
I usually just make plain white bread in my bread maker...sometimes adding some mixed seeds. However, these look fantastic, so I will try them all.
Thank you so much for sharing.😊😊

Enjoy this wonderful sunny weather!

Hugs xxx

Khaya Ronkainen said...

Oh, my goodness! I'm trying to cut down on bread. But how can I resist your recipes, these breads sound delicious. Just looking at your photos makes me salivate. :)

Creations By Cindy said...

Looks like some good bread here. Thanks for sharing. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Pam said...

Looks good and interesting. I have never made my bread with almond flour...but I did switch to almond milk..haha

Carla from The River said...

Hi, yum, I love bread, I will be checking out the recipes. Thank you!

dellgirl said...

What a delicious post, these look so yummy. I'm glad I already ate because this is making my mouth water. Thanks for sharing it. Stay Safe and Have a great weekend!

Thickethouse.wordpress said...

These look like good suggestions and I have not tried any of them....

Tonyiallard said...

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I can't believe the negative reviews. From the moment I first tried this, I haven't gone a day without it! Granted, I was already used to raw Cacao Bliss and dark chocolate, so for me the flavor is just right. Not too sweet at all and definitely not watered down.

John's Island said...

Hi Jan, This looks so interesting ... I've got to give it a try. Thank you for sharing your blog. Take care and stay safe! John

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I've tried the almond flour bread Jan, very nice. I'm trying the no bread for a while, it's not easy 😊

J C said...

Jan, thanks for the blog visit, and thanks here for the vitamin lesson. I needed it.

Divers and Sundry said...

I think of bread as being a carb, so this is a new way of thinking for me. Thx!

Snowbird said...

Goodness, they all look absolutely delicious! You can't beat homemade bread.xxx

Phil Slade said...

Thanks for the tips but I think I must give them all a miss. I find it impossible to give up my crusty sour dough bread. I do usually have it with tuna and no mayo - honest.