Almond Bread - No Grains - No Flour - No Gluten - Low Carb

"I love bread but I know how bad ANY grain products are for human health. The problem is I love to eat sandwiches. Your body turns grain products into sugar and the more refined the faster it happens. So what was I to do??? I had to find a way to get all that good stuff (the meats and veggies) into my mouth without flour, without grains, without gluten and without the adverse effects of sugar and refined grains. And so I did... I stumbled upon this recipe and thought it deserved a place here on Food.com. It's a bread made from "Almond Flour", it's easy to make and is really pretty good. If you want to make a sweet cake type version of this, just add some extra stevia to sweeten it and use your imagination for various flavors... But, as is, it's a great substitute for bread for those who are cutting grains and sugar out of our lives... I hope you enjoy. One more thing.. in this recipe it calls for "Almond Flour". You can make it yourself by pulsing raw almonds in your Vita Mix"
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
7
Yields:
14 slices
Serves:
7
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mix wet ingredients: Almond butter and 4 eggs; mix until blended and smooth.
  • Mix all dry ingredients together-whisk together until well mixed.
  • Mix wet and dry ingredients until smooth (I use an electric hand mixer).
  • Grease the baking pan/bread pan with coconut oil.
  • Sprinkle flax meal on pan dusting all sides.
  • Add batter to bread pan.
  • Add to pre-heated 350F degree oven/20-25 minutes.
  • Check with toothpick to test for 'doneness'.

Questions & Replies

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  1. johansengirl_127023
    What size pan do you use for this bread.
     
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Reviews

  1. Donna J.
    Ok, I am giving this Review because it is So Costly when making these "alternate breads". First, the quantity or size loaf is about 1 1/2" high, that's right - not large enough for any type of sandwich; Second, working with the Almond Butter is a nightmare and expensive when fails; Third, not a good alternated to gluten bread as it is in this recipe. This recipe would have been better as some sort of cracker. You know, put the dough between to pieces of parchment paper, roll it out and bake. This was an expensive FAIL bread recipe.
     
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