These protein rolls are so easy to make and at only 5 carbs per roll they are a real treat.
This recipe makes four medium sized rolls. And as always, please make sure you calculate the nutritional value depending on the brands and products you are using 😊.
35 g coconut flour
35 g ground almonds
45 g psyllium husk powder
7 g baking powder
2 tbsp apple or cider vinegar
1 tbsp salt + spices (whatever you fancy)
200 ml lukewarm water
Mix the coconut flour, the ground almonds, the psyllium husk powder, salt and spices.
Whisk the eggs.
Add the vinegar to the baking powder - this will foam but that is what you are aiming for.
Add the baking powder-vinegar mix to the flour mix.
Add the water and mix well.
Leave to stand for about 5 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 175 ° C (fan) and bake for about 50-60 minutes.
Leave to cool before eating.
Sausages, fried egg and low carb bread (less than 4 carbs per slice) - I'm in heaven! Seriously, I could eat sausages all the time on this woe. I normally get the 97% sausage by Harrogate, or chipolatas. The ones on the picture are chipolatas and I could east a full pack to myself!
Also on this picture is the Schneider protein bread, and it is absolutely delicious! At 3.9g carbs per slice it is a nice treat. Mind you, please check the ingredients before you go an buy it, as this is not keto friendly and contains ingredients that some Keto followers would not touch.
This is a low carb bread based on quark and it has 6 carbs per slice. I have tried many different low carb bread recipes and I didn't like a single one of them. But this one I love and it can be toasted, too! ?
2 large eggs
500g cooking quark
300g ground almonds
50g Chia seeds
5g baking powder
1 tbsp psyllium husk
Mix all the ingredients and bake at 180C for 40 minutes. Just leave it for longer if it's still too soft. I think the standard bread test can be applied here.