This is a great recipe. I make a flat bread/pancake with the same ingredients by pouring the batter in a thin layer into a silicone cake pan instead of a bowl. I add garlic and onion powder or splenda and cinnamon for the pancake.
This was wonderful. I was truly amazed. I did use 1/2 flax and 1/2 oat flour. This is my new miracle bread. Also used Smart Balance instead of butter. Thank you sooooo much....
Hello, I wanted to thank you for posting this recipe. I made it this morning as I wanted bread! Ate it with some smoked herring, it was delicious. Very like a flaxmeal bread I make often. Thanks again MissJam
Only five star rating I've given, ever! This is easy bake oven, skill level required, but Chef Ramsey/Rockstar level, for every thing else! This bun is great, I've made over a dozen on my first day, some with name brand ready milled flax, but it's best with regular cheap flax seed that you pop into a coffee grinder for a few seconds, U-maze-Ing! Even makes perfect toast for breakfast.
These are ridiculously good ! The texture is like a nicely dense bread and the favor is very good. Low carb burgers just moved to the top of the LC diet rotation !!
WOW! I was super sceptical when reading that this was made in the microwave. I make pancakes with a recipe similar to this that I really like. So I tried it, and WOWZERS, this is so good. I eliminated the butter completely, and used a scant 1 tbsp of olive oil...worked great! Anxious to share with my husband when we have salmon burgers tonight. Thank-you
This is a great hamburger bun. Instead of using just flax seed meal, I used 2 T flax seed meal and 2T soy flour. The bun is not only tasty but it is firm enough to hold a burger patty with all the fixings for a delicious meal. Thank you Jainene !!
This is the best! Please note for users new to flax seed meal...you have to use GOLDEN FLAXSEED MEAL. The brown will taste chemical. That being said, this is a very flexible recipe, but in the end I like it best toasted after I slice it. I pour half into 2 ramekins, cook for 1.30 min, let cool, cut in half and toast. This will give you 2 buns.
Excellent. More like an English muffin than a bun. Toasting removed the eggy-ness. I added an extra T of flax, used 1/2 C egg substitute, and added 1/2 t onion powder. Next time I will use applesauce. Definitely a keeper.