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Bob's Red Mill Low-Carb Bread Mix, 16-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4)
5g Net carbs. For bread machines or by hand. Now you can enjoy wholesome bread baked fresh from the oven without all of the carbs. With our special blend of all natural ingredients, including high fiber oat bran, wheat bran, soy flour and whole grain flaxseed meal, you can be sure that the few carbs you do eat are nutritious. Bob's Red Mill Low-Carb Bread Mix offers you easy-to-make homemade bread that's healthy, delicious, low in carbohydrates and a good source of dietary fiber. You can see our quality. All natural. Net carbs are the 9only carbs that affect blood sugar. All other carbs are fiber.76% (13)
Bob’s Red Mill low-carb bread mix lets you bake homemade bread that is easy-to-make, healthy, delicious, low in carbohydrates, and a good source of dietary fiber. Now you can enjoy wholesome bread baked fresh from the oven without all the carbohydrates. With a special blend of all natural ingredients, including high fiber oat bran, wheat bran, soy flour, and whole grain flaxseed meal, you can be sure that the few carbohydrates you do eat are all nutritious. This is sold in pack of four 16-ounce bags.
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Lime cupcakes filled with lemon curd and topped with a ginger-mint cream cheese frosting. The lemon curd is sugar free. It's made only with splenda. The cupcakes themselves are 3/4 regular flour and 1/4 soy flour to reduce the total carb count as well as 1/2 splenda and 1/2 regular sugar. The frosting is normal- no substitutions. Observations: the soy flour makes the cupcake *batter* taste *terrible. BLEAH. It tastes like chemicals and burning plastic. However once they're baked, the taste is not really very noticable. The splenda gives everything a very subtle aftertaste as *every* sugar substitute does to one extent or another. When you use soy flour you also should lower your oven temperature by about 25 degrees F. to avoid overbrowning. The texture is a bit more delicate and crumbly (not dry, just much more fragile) than a regular mix would be. Overall, I think if you have an active reason to lower your sugar or carbs, this is an okay way to do it. You can taste the difference from the usual, but it's not enough to say "screw it." However if you have no need to worry about the carbs or sugar, I'd go for regular- there IS a difference.Low Carb Tortillia Wraps
These are a little interesting. I made them with a vanilla whey protien drink powder. They actually tasted pretty good. You could also use this for a low-carb pizza crust. 1 cup soy protein isolate (I just used a vanilla Whey Protien Powder drink mix and worked just fine) 1/3 cup flax seed 1/2 tsp baking powder 1 Tsp whipping cream 1 cup water (Approx, I add water until soft but not runny) 1 Tsp olive oil 2 Eggs dash of salt and pepper Mix eggs, add cream and oil, add dry mix, add water while mixing until soft mixture with no lumps. I use a hand mixer. Bake at 350 for 10 - 12 minutes. Make sure to spread thinly on a well oiled sheet. This can get very thick. I spread very thinly, but avoid making it transparent. This makes it very flexible as a wrap. This mixture can make about 8-10 pitas, depending on size and thickness. Total carb: 9 g, or 0.9 g/pita.
The alternative to high carb Mexican Foods. La Tortilla Factory Fat-Free Tortillas are made with the finest wheat flour and oat fiber. La Tortilla Factory has been making Premium Quality, healthy Mexican food products in the heart of Sonoma County, California wine Country for 18 years. These delicious herb flavored tortillas have just 3-4g of effective carbs! La Tortilla Factory Low Carb Tortillas: Just 3-4 grams of effective carbohydrates per tortilla, Excellent source of oat fiber (9 grams per tortilla), Contains Organic Soy Flour for higher protein (5g per tortilla), Expeller Press Canola Oil has been added for a softer, more flavorful tortilla, 10 tortillas per package. Nutrition Facts: Serving size 1 tortilla (36g), Servings Per Container 10, Calories 50, Calories from Fat 15, Total Fat 2g, Saturated Fat 0g, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0g, Sodium 210mg, Total Carb. 10g, Dietary Fiber 7g, Sugars 0, Protein 5g. Ingredients: Water, Oat Fiber, Whole Wheat Flour, Soy Flour, Vital Wheat Gluten, Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Contains 2% or less of the following: Baking Powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, monocalcium phosphate), Sea Salt, Guar Gum, Citric Acid, Yeast, Xanthan Gum, Sorbic Acid, Calcium Propionate (to maintain freshness). *Net Carbs as listed by the manufacturer on their label = 3g per serving.Related topics:
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