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Ok, here's the deal, use GOLDEN flax seed meal. It has a milder flavor. I double this recipe and use a 4" ramekin. Dump the Giant muffin out immediately on its side onto a cooling rack. The cooling rack leaves lines to cut slices of bread. The ramekin size is perfect for "round bread" and works beautifully for a sandwhich. I have used this recipe for savory and for sweet. Leave out the cinnamon, vanilla and splenda and add Italian seasonings, a dash of salt and any other seasonings you like. Garlic maybe. I usually cook for less time for a moister bread and it turns out perfectly. I can even use it the next day if I store it in a ziplock bag. Awesome recipe. I am eternally grateful for it.

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ThinOne January 26, 2010

Amazing for such a simple one minute recipe! So glad I found this :)

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Esther M. May 08, 2014

I am on a very low carb diet, and required to take flaxseed for digestive purposes. This is a tasty way to get my flaxseed. I toasted it with butter after microwaving it and added some more splenda on top! What a tasty treat! Never thought a 1 min microwaved muffin could turn out so scrumptious.

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JennaB. July 27, 2012

Pretty good for a quick low carb snack, I added a drop more of vanilla and 1/2 tsp of splenda. When I let it cool off for a few minutes I put a little butter on it and put in the microwave for 15 seconds...Mmmm!

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4OCsteph May 28, 2011

I'm very pleased with how this turned out. It's amazingly good for something so quick and easy and low carb. Next time I think I'll spread a bit of cream cheese on it. This will certainly become a staple in my house!

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Orchard February 04, 2010
Low Carb Flax Muffins