Recipe for Bread

on January 20, 2012

Have you heard regarding the health advantages of flax, however do not know the way to add it to your diet? does one love bread however not the spike your blood sugar takes from breads made from flour? uninterested in shopping for giant loaves of bread after you wish it to be contemporary all the time? If you have answered yes to any of those queries, this recipe is for you! It’s extremely too sensible to be true. I even have to admit, I saw a recipe like this on-line and wondered:

This is one you only need to try and believe. do not let the ingredients scare you off. this can be bread and it’s fast, easy, cheap, and choked with vital nutrition. This recipe substitutes flaxseed meal for flour. Flaxseed is wealthy in those elusive omega-3 fatty acids that fight inflammation in your body. It’s high in most of the B vitamins, magnesium, and manganese, fiber, and antioxidants. This bread won’t spike your blood sugar and can fill you up. better of all, this bread tastes great! I simply created this, and topped it with to a small degree of almond butter – delicious!

Put the flaxseed meal, baking powder, and cinnamon into a microwave-safe mug. Stir along till well mixed. Add the egg and applesauce. combine till sleek. Microwave a pair of minutes. enable bread to cool down slightly and take away from the mug.

You can substitute the egg with egg substitute.

Add mashed banana, zucchini, oats, dried fruits, nuts, cocoa powder.

Try slicing and toasting the bread.

I really had of these ingredients in my kitchen, however I estimate this recipe would price regarding fifty cents per serving.


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