Bread for Dieters? Oh Yes!

Bread, carbs, gluten, and flour are some of the most hated words by those trying to diet, lose weight, or just get fit. Not anymore, this coconut flour bread is delicious and satisfying for everyone. Remember, everything in moderation, and using organic ingredients is better than counting calories.

3/4 Cup coconut flour | 1 tsp baking soda | sea salt | 4 eggs | 3 eggs separated | 5 Tbsp butter | 3 Tbsp coconut milk | 1 Tbsp honey | virgin coconut oilBegin by using the

Begin by using the coconut oil to lightly grease a loaf pan. You can also line the pan with baking paper, and apply a coating of oil to this also, to help eliminate the possibility of the loaf falling apart.

Preheat your oven to 300-350F.

separating-egg-2Take three eggs and separate the whites from the yolks.

Set the yolks aside and with a handheld electric mixer, beat the whites until they become stiff.

Set aside the whites and grab your yolks. Using a food processor, thoroughly mix together the yolks with the remaining four whole eggs, butter, coconut milk, and honey.

Begin to gradually mix in the coconut flour, baking soda, and salt with the dry ingredients. Combine everything together until the mixture thickens up.

Pour your thickened batter out of the food processor and into a large mixing bowl and then thoroughly fold in the egg whites.

With the egg whites completely folded into the mixture, pour it into your loaf pan and bake at 300-350F for 40 minutes.

Once the loaf has browned after 40 minutes, DO NOT take it out of the oven. Reduce the heat a touch to 275-300F, cover the loaf pan, and cook for an additional 5-10 minutes.

Now simply remove your loaf pan from the oven, slip out the loaf, and leave it to cool on a wire rack. Wait until your loaf is completely cooled before slicing into it.

With a grain free bread such as this, please make sure to allow it to cool completely before slicing.


Sources: Paleo Hacks

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