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I just made this recipe exactly as written except for the psyllium husks which I couldn't find. I wouldn't describe this as "bread." They were more like little cream cheese omelets. I ended up reheating them and having them for breakfast, and they were fairly tasty--but bread? No.
I just made your oopies bread. This is the first time I have ever made the bread. Being that I am a bread LOVER I was a little lerry, WOW, I was amazed, it was delicious. This recipe will DIFFENENTLY go in my recipe file.<br/>Thank you
Not sure if I did something wrong. They came out very crumbly and when I made a sandwich out of them using fat free mayo, the "bread" turned into a gummy mess that stuck to my teeth and the roof of my mouth. Might have to experiment a bit more, or try a different version. There was no taste to it, and it was nice to have something that resembled a sandwich as I have not eaten bread for many months. That said, having a hard time with the texture.
Being very new to the LCHF diet, I was very pleased to discover this as I really was missing bread. The texture was a bit flaky/eggy like a omelette I found, so I added an extre TBS of Psyllium Husks, an extra tsp of baking powder and a bit more cream cheese and instead of putting them on a baking tray I placed them in a mini-greased tin. It came out perfect so even though I guess I modified it a bit, this recipe by itself is still beautiful and gave me a foundation to explore! :) Awesome!
I cooked these today and they were very good! They were like bread to me and a very acceptable substitute for bread :) Loved them and I will be making them a lot more !
These are a perfect substitute for tortillas when making soft tacos. No carbs!