People love bread in every shape and form. Maybe even more than they like potatoes.
But unfortunately bread, weight management and type 2 diabetes don't go well together. Most types of bread do not do your blood sugar any good.
Of course you can buy low-carb bread at Walmart, Kroger, Aldi, Tesco, Woolworths, Kroger and Whole foods...
...but making it yourself is much tasty and often much healthier.
Are you looking for a recipe to make low-carb bread yourself? Search no further!
This is the perfect recipe for you (and your family)!
Eating a fast sandwich in the morning is not only tasty but also very easy. You can have breakfast within a few minutes and you can start working on the rest of the day. Do you have a little more time? Then give our savory muffins a try for breakfast.
But unfortunately not every slice of bread is equally healthy (especially if you buy regular bread from the store).
That's why more and more people - like you - are looking for low-carb substitutes for their beloved sandwich (or their beloved buns).
Although fortunately more and more supermarkets offer low-carb bread, making your own bread is much more tasty and healthier. You can buy a ready-to-eat low-carb bread mix from the supermarket, but it is not always available.
In addition, it is not always delicious.
Below I therefore share with you one of my favorite recipes that is easy and delicious. You can find the nutritional values and calories of this bread at the bottom of this page.
Photos and recipe of the low-carb bread
Do you feel like making this bread? Then go all the way down for the complete recipe of this tasty low-carb bread.
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Low-Carb Bread Which Your Family Will Enjoy
- 250 gram cottage cheese
- 3 egg
- 100 gram almond flour
- 20 gram psyllium husk
- 30 gram chia seeds
- 6 gram baking powder
- 0.5 teaspoon salt
- 15 gram sunflower seed / sesame seed / pumpkin seed - optional
- Line a small bread tin (8x19 cm) with baking paper.
- Put the eggs and cottage cheese in a bowl and mix with the whisk.
- Add the almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder and the salt. Mix until smooth.
- Finally add the chia seeds and the psyllium fibers. Optionally add part of the seeds (leave some on top).
- Place the batter in the bread tin and let it rest for 15 minutes to allow the psyllium fiber and chia seeds to firm up the batter. Sprinkle the remaining seeds on top of the batter.
- In the meantime, preheat the oven to 170 ° C.
- Bake the bread in the oven for about 45 minutes (until the top is light brown). At the end of the baking time, put a skewer in the middle of the bread. If the skewer comes out clean, the bread is cooked.