Easy to make, LCHF breakfast bread

12 Jul 2011 9:10 am     23 Comments    Posted under: Meals, Recipes

Almost bread, a yummy LCHF breakfast sandwich…

Lots of butter, cheese and Spanish ham on top.

Recipe:

2 breads / 1 portion
1 large egg
3 Tbsp almond flour (or coconut flour)
pinch of salt
25 g melted butter.

Whisk egg, salt and flour in a bowl using a fork.  Melt butter and add to the mixture.  Divide into two smaller bowls (like a cereal bowl) and microwave for 2 minutes.  Remove from bowl and allow to cool a bit.

Add your favorite sandwich topping and enjoy!

 
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  • Delicious – thought I would never eat bread again!

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  • […] like sandwiches, so I usually have a salad at lunch time. For breakfast I have been making these wonderful “breads”. When I have eaten wheat, it has been out of conscious choice, for example, when I ate at a […]

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  • Can you tell me if you can use this same recipe to make them like “pancakes” in a some butter ?

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  • Where is the recipe for the bread rounds featured in the LCHF breakfast bread recipe above? Can’t seem to locate it! Thanks in advance!

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    • OMG! I just now saw it….so sorry about that!

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      • I have just found your recipe. I happened to have almond flour and all the other ingredients to hand.

        Have just made them and they are seriously delicious. More like a pancake than a bread. Hubby thought they were fantastic.

        They are quick and easy to make, even in the morning when pressed for time! My children will love these too!

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        • Happy to hear it! 🙂

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  • With the butter, cheese and Spanish ham on top it looks very nom, nom.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  • I tried it this morning! Next time I am going to use wider bowls so make them a bit thinner. Today they were shaped more like muffins than flatbread. Thanks for the inspiration – I was thinking I could make these at work as well since we have a fridge and a microwave.

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  • Brilliant; bookmarked! Thanks for this; it looks dead simple.

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  • I just caluclated the fat in these two slices of bread and it comes out to 45 grams. Do you think there is a way to lessen the fat content? It seems like the majority of fat is coming from the butter/ghee. Is the purpose of the butter/ghee to make sure it will not stick to the bowl? If so, do you think there is another way to make it not stick while cooking in the microwave?

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    • The more fat the better!

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  • I just made this and it came out perfect! Thank you so much!

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  • This looks great!! Is this made with almond flour in the picture above? I don’t see it working equally as well with coconut flour…

    @KSM, can you say how long it took in your convection?? 🙂

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  • This looks great, and I really love how simple it is. I’m going to try baking it in my convection oven, because I just don’t trust microwaves. Thank you so much for sharing!

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