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24 Feb 2013

A brilliant bread substitute

Other than the fact that this looks like toasted sponge, it's really nice. Well, as far as making do without wheat is concerned. This takes minutes to make from scratch and from the four slices I get, I can only manage two. High fibre foods usually fill you up very quickly but this stuff has the highest fibre in the world. Which means it goes through you like a dose of salts ;)

Im going to try this toasted with cheese tomorrow and a splash of Worcester sauce.  Excited does not begin to describe how I feel.


You will need:
One egg
Three heaped teaspoons of milled golden linseed (flax meal in the US)
One teaspoon of butter, not marg
Half teaspoon of granulated sweetner
Quarter teaspoon of baking powder

Mix all of these in a mug. Bang in a microwave for one minute (my microwave actually needs 1 min 25 seconds). Boom! Ready to eat as a bread substitute. I sliced mine into four and toasted both sides. Then spread with full fat Philly.

Each muffin is approx 2 net carbs. And filling.

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6 comments:

Debo said...

Brilliant! Thanks, Kirsty. As much as I love bread, my body doesn't. I have made some fairy cakes with gluten-free self-raising flour (from Sainsurys) which the family ate without noticing anything! They didn't rise as much as a perfect fairy cake, but then mine never do anyway!

Debo said...

Brilliant! Thanks, Kirsty. As much as I love bread, my body doesn't. I have made some fairy cakes with gluten-free self-raising flour (from Sainsurys) which the family ate without noticing anything! They didn't rise as much as a perfect fairy cake, but then mine never do anyway!

Anonymous said...

High fibre slows the transit (movement) of foods through the large intestine! See your specialist nurse Dr or consultant if you have new symptoms as gluten free for serious medical conditions needs careful medical monitoring.

Kirsty Wiseman said...

anonymous, your "advice" is utter ridiculousness. I dont need it so stop ramming it down my throat.

Jaki Morris said...

Anonymous would be better off reading a grammar book rather than a medical dictionary.

That is all

Jakix

Lisa Ambler said...

I just made this with Milled Flaxseed, Almonds, Brazil nuts, Walnuts & Q10 mix because I didn't have the golden flaxseeds. I am very impressed. It was like brown bread! I had it with peanut butter!
So quick and easy and Very filling!
Thank you Kirsty for sharing this recipe with us.
Living without wheat is not so bad.
I gave it up years ago and it changed my life. No more tummy pains and a new energy.
With recipes as easy as this, what's not to like!
Lisa x