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    Originally Posted by maxskip View Post
    What is the carb count in flax seeds...everywhere ive looked it up on the internet it seems to be really high...
    All dietary fiber, so they "don't count".

    That being said, I'd love to find a way to come up with a lower fat version of the flax bread. Yes I am on keto, and yes that is a high fat diet, but I just feel that each slice of bread has too many calories in it considering how filling it is.

    I don't really know how I'd do it. I guess I could just cut them in smaller slices, but that isn't really getting me more. I really loved the way they came out, but I sliced mine in 9 pieces and it came out to be 300 cals per slice. I just rack up calories too fast that way. It'd be nice if I could make a sandwich that wasn't 900 calories..

    Either way, beggars can't be choosers.

    P.s. I also made pizza with this recipe and it came out very nicely...
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    Could you substitute some psyllium husk in for the flaxseed? Not all, but a little?
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    Originally Posted by gijoe985 View Post
    Could you substitute some psyllium husk in for the flaxseed? Not all, but a little?
    I suppose you could if it's not too much. Try it and let us know.







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    Originally Posted by bseidl View Post
    I suppose you could if it's not too much. Try it and let us know.

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    Alright, I made a few loaves. Here is what I've got for changes- (Note, take into account that baking powder has carbs, I didn't my first time calculating nutritional data)

    ====================

    Original recipe, as posted at beginning of this thread-

    1/12 recipe=
    15g fat
    7g carbs, 5 fiber, 1 sugar
    6g protein

    175 calories, 2 net carbs

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    My new lower fat recipe-

    1/12 recipe=
    11g fat
    10g carb, 8 fiber, 1 sugar
    5g protein

    136 calories, 2 net carb

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    New Recipe-

    For this one I did not add the pumpkin spice (only to make it a more neutral flavor, don't think that affects the ND much)

    1.5 cups flaxseed, milled
    .5 cup milled psyllium seed (I had trouble milling this in the magic bullet, a real mill would produce better results)
    1TBspn Baking Powder
    1Tsp Salt
    1.5 Tb Splenda (I don't have stevia, but that would give you lower carbs/calories)

    7 egg whites (= 1cup)
    1 TBspn Olive Oil
    3 TBspn Corn Oil
    1 Tbspn Butter (Actually has less fat)
    3/4 cup H2O
    1 Tsp Vanilla

    And I added 1/2 tspn of Instant Dry Yeast, why, wishful thinking... It turned out well, but doubt it made it rise...

    I think I'll post this as a new recipe as well...
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    Just curious, do you think this will freeze well? When I wasn't on keto and was eating bread, I usually put the loaf in the freezer and took a slice out and toasted it when I wanted one.
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    Originally Posted by northwestmuscle View Post
    Just curious, do you think this will freeze well? When I wasn't on keto and was eating bread, I usually put the loaf in the freezer and took a slice out and toasted it when I wanted one.
    Might as well try... I'll report back if I do it with success...
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    Originally Posted by Rayaarito View Post
    freeze bread? what do you do when you want to heat it? Microwave it? For how long??
    You can pop it in the toaster and it will toast quite nicely. Or microwave it for 30-40 seconds depending on how powerful your microwave is. It doesn't get toasted in the microwave but it gets hot. I usually let it cool down for 1 minute before I eat it with something.

    I put the loaf in the freezer to prolong its life. I get organic flax bread that is flourless. I've noticed it spoils quickly (even before due date). The ingredients don't last as long as regular ww bread.
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    Can this throw me out of ketosis or keep me from getting into it? I followed the original recipe n have been eating up to 4 slices a day. My loaf came out to be about 21 slices though. I've been usin keto stix and they've been saying negative but the last time I carb loaded was Saturday. It might be something else but I was Thinking this cud be it.
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    Originally Posted by RZaragoza View Post
    Can this throw me out of ketosis or keep me from getting into it? I followed the original recipe n have been eating up to 4 slices a day. My loaf came out to be about 21 slices though. I've been usin keto stix and they've been saying negative but the last time I carb loaded was Saturday. It might be something else but I was Thinking this cud be it.
    Well for my loaf, if made correctly, it is only 2 net carbs (from an 12 slice loaf) so you're probably only getting 6 or so net carbs from your 4 slices off a 21 slice loaf...
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    Yum!

    This recipe is definitely awesome - with regards to finding fairly cheap ground flax - I found mine in Costco (Canada)..Comes in packages of 2, it's awesome. Around $10!
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    Dry Ingredients:
    2 cups ground flaxseed
    1 tabelspoon baking powder
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice
    6 packets of stevia
    1/2 cup chopped walnuts

    Wet Ingredients:
    2 whole eggs
    5 egg whites
    5 tabelspoons canola oil
    1/2 cup water
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract


    Mix all dry ingredients together except for walnuts.

    Add the wet ingredients and thourghly mix.

    Stir in walnuts.

    Spray a standard loaf pan with non-stick cooking spray and put batter into loaf pan.

    Bake at 350 for 35 to 40 min.

    Let cool in pan for 2 hours. Remove from pan and cut bread as desired.[/QUOTE]

    hey just curious; i bought a bag of ground milled flax seed, but its 3gs of carbs per 2 tablespoons. yer talking 2 cups; how can carb count be so low?
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    hey just curious; i bought a bag of ground milled flax seed, but its 3gs of carbs per 2 tablespoons. yer talking 2 cups; how can carb count be so low?
    Net carbs... Fiber doesn't count and flaxseed is mostly fiber. Your body does not digest fiber, so we do not count it.
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    Originally Posted by big_russ View Post
    Where's the cheapest place I should be able to find ground flaxseed?
    I found a few options at Walmart - got the 16 ounce bag of Milled Golden Flaxseed for about $3.50 so not too pricey

    Made this yesterday and substituted stevia/pumpkin spice with splenda and cinnamon - turned out AWESOME!! Definitely need to limit yourself to one portion since its high in calories but worth it for sure......so glad I found this =)
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    I'm excited - I just read through this recipe on a different forum and it looks like it gets a huge thumbs up from everyone. Going to make it first thing tomorrow morning!

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    soooo gooooood.

    It's really nutty I liked it solo , I made mine with pecans and added some cinnamon to it.

    Buttttt then I went a lil bit buck wild and topped it with some natural peanut butter, some extra stevia, and a little bit more cinnamon. TA DIEE FORRR.

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    Made a similar bread the other day and loved it. It will be a staple in my keto diet in future. I added some more oil (rapeseed and flax), more whole eggs and ground almonds.
    Tastes great wit cream cheese or semi soft cheese and butter.
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    Made this tonight and not sure what to think. I used liquid Vanilla Creme Stevia instead of the packets and used Finely Ground Flax because I didn't know I needed Golden. It was a little bitter when it was warm. It hasn't completely cooled yet but I think next time I'll use the Golden Flax and try to figure out a Stevia to Liquid Stevia equivalent as I don't think I put enough sweetener in it.
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    Originally Posted by bseidl View Post
    I used a recipe posted by MuscleMom and tweaked it a bit...

    Dry Ingredients:
    2 cups ground flaxseed
    1 tabelspoon baking powder
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice
    6 packets of stevia
    1/2 cup chopped walnuts

    Wet Ingredients:
    2 whole eggs
    5 egg whites
    5 tabelspoons canola oil
    1/2 cup water
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract


    Mix all dry ingredients together except for walnuts.

    Add the wet ingredients and thourghly mix.

    Stir in walnuts.

    Spray a standard loaf pan with non-stick cooking spray and put batter into loaf pan.

    Bake at 350 for 35 to 40 min.

    Let cool in pan for 2 hours. Remove from pan and cut bread as desired.
    Hasn't it too carbs? every 100 grams flax has about 26 grams carbs......
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    Just made this recipe using the mixed spice and coconut oil option and it rocked!!!! thanks heaps just have to check with the coach now as to how i can incorp this into my pre-comp diet lol!!!! thnx heaps guys
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    I just made a loaf tonight. I'm going to try it, hopefully it tastes good. lol
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