Cheryl Chavez Recipe

Low Carb Quick Bread

By Cheryl Chavez cheryllynnchavez


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Serves:
8 thick slices
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I can't remember where I got this recipe, but it is one that I have had for about 14 or 15 years. I used to make it a lot for my youngest daughter.
This bread has a bit of an eggy texture and it slightly shiny in appearance. It does not rise into a tall loaf.
I made the sweet version for breakfast bread (toast or french toast) the savory version I used to make sandwiches.

Ingredients

3/4 c
whey protein (vanilla or plain/unflavored)
1 Tbsp
baking powder
1 pkg
ideal sweetener (or splenda) (the little packets)
1/8 tsp
salt
1/4 c
heavy cream
3 large
eggs
1/8 c
water
3 Tbsp
olive oil or sweet almond oil
OPTIONS:
1 tsp
cinnamon and 3 packets of sweetener (for sweet breakfast bread)
1/2 tsp
garlic powder (for savory bread) (for savory bread, do not add sweetener)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a loaf pan with non stick spray and set aside.
2
Mix all dry ingredients in a small bowl. Mix all wet ingredients in a large bowl; then add dry ingredients and mix with hand mixer for one minute. Pour into loaf pan.
3
Bake for 15 to 20 minutes.
4
Slice into 8 thick slices.
5
23 carbs for the entire loaf. Approximately 3 carbs per slice

About this Recipe

Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
Hashtags: #Low, #Carb

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7 Comments

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Oct 8, 2012 - Stormy Stewart shared this recipe with discussion group: Dieter's Unite
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Susan Feliciano frenchtutor
Jan 8, 2012
Nancy, you can type "bread machine" into the power search box at the top of the page, andyou will find plenty of recipes.
I use my bread machine all the time. NOrmally I just put it on the dough setting because I like to shape my own loaves, but right now I'm letting it do the baking, too, since my oven is on the blink. Here's a really good recipe:
Apple Walnut Bread (Bread Machine)
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Nancy Still justme115
Jan 8, 2012
Just wondering if any of you still use the bread machines that came out years ago? I found one still in the box at a yard sale. Never used, for $5. I have to get that thing out and use it. I had almost forgotten that I had it. We've moved this year and everything that I had in the kitchen, I can't find. I am disabled and do not cook that much anymore. Just simple things that I can whip up is my style. My son does most of the cooking or all of it really. HE KNOWS where EVERYTHING is. It's frustrating to know you have something but can't find it.When he is not here, I am completely lost.I have moved into two houses in the last 10 years that already had a 'ready to use' kitchen. I first moved back to my old home place after everyone had passed away. I had two of everything. I kept alot of the things my mother had. Now I am living in my mother and father laws house and again, I had two of everything. Had to weed out the best and toss or give away the ones I did not use. There is nothing any better to me than to smell a yeast bread or rolls cooking.. reminds me of school rolls we got in school. Does anyone have a quick, simple quick bread with yeast, or the school roll recipe. Thank you.
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Susan Feliciano frenchtutor
Nov 11, 2011
Great idea for bread - thanks!