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Old 06-10-2012, 05:21 PM   #31
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I made Rolls!!

I used store bought almond butter for these and they were used for cheeseburgers. They held up great and the whole family liked them!!





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Old 06-10-2012, 05:31 PM   #32
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I baked artisan bread!!

This time I baked it in a 9x13 pan. I used homemade almond butter for this one. It came out nice..I can use it for pizza or dipping bread, sandwiches, and I may try making it into garlic bread sticks.





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Old 06-12-2012, 12:35 PM   #33
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I have the muffin top pan breads in the oven right now.

I've made the bread many times so I'm trying the muffin top pan now.
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Old 06-12-2012, 01:40 PM   #34
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I take it that this makes more than 6. Mine are huge.
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:12 PM   #35
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I got six rolls that were about 3 1/2 inches wide. They didn't seem huge to me..they fit our burgers just right.
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:15 PM   #36
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I've to get my pics on . Mine are tall. I'll show you soon.
I like the buns better. I just had a ham, ,lettuce,tomato. Always good.

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Sounds great Esther!! Mine were about 1 1/2 inches tall. I flattened them out a bit before I baked them.
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Old 06-12-2012, 03:14 PM   #38
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Hubby wants to try this bread for French Toast! The more I think about it,the more my mouth waters at the thought of rich, butter-y, cinnamon-covered French Toast that won't sent me into carb overload! I already bake the household wheat-bread, 3 loaves per batch. It would be SO easy to whip up a batch of this, to go in the 4th loaf-pan! Thanks for sharing and bumping!
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I want to try these but these calories are so high. But those buns look good.
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Gina I'm thinking out loud. I want to try and make a muffin with these now and fill with something good.
Now that I'm down to no grains I really like these .

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Sounds yummy Esther!! Let us know how they come out if you do try it.

I just made garlic bread!! It was yummy with my spinach and chicken salad. I bet this bread would make great croutons too!!
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Oh My Goodness garlic bread! Yum! Yes I'lll let you know when I do it.
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Can't wait to try this recipe!
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Old 06-15-2012, 02:49 PM   #44
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Gina, you are on a roll. LOL, get the pun, HA. Anyways, I was led hear from someone on another thread and am glad to use up the almond butter I do have. I don't like almond butter by itself, and I like almonds! Can't wait to use it up.
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Haha Vicki! I hope you like it!!
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Is the recipe the same for the peanut butter bread( just sub peanut for almond)? I have a ton of peanut flour and would love to make to toast.
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Sounds yummy Esther!! Let us know how they come out if you do try it.

I just made garlic bread!! It was yummy with my spinach and chicken salad. I bet this bread would make great croutons too!!
Would you mind posting the garlic bread recipe. Thanks!!!
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I just spread butter on the bread and sprinkled garlic on top the broiled it until the bread was toasted.

I didn't really measure anything out.
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I just spread butter on the bread and sprinkled garlic on top the broiled it until the bread was toasted.

I didn't really measure anything out.
Oh Great! Sounds simple and fantastic. Thank you for all your great recipes!!!
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I just made these and I used my muffin top pan that is for whoopie pies so they are not as big and I got 10. This will help keep the calories down for me. I can't wait to have a burger on one later.
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My loaf is in the oven now...

The house smells wonderful. I'll be back..
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I just made these and I used my muffin top pan that is for whoopie pies so they are not as big and I got 10. This will help keep the calories down for me. I can't wait to have a burger on one later.
Would you please let us know if they hold up with the burger? I have put this recipe aside because of the calories, as well, so wondering since you have more servings, maybe need to revisit and make this.
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Just curious, but why are some of you so concerned about calories?
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I am on Maintenance and when I go over in calories even keeping it lowcarb I gain. Very annoying.
These held up great for a burger,, and were very good. I had a bacon egg and cheese for breakfast and it was delicious
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WOW, this thread has gone "viral". Just kidding - wonder if Lisa knows. You guys are the best!!
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Ginaaaaa SOS

Help please.

I made it all in my Kitchen Aid. I unfortunately used ACV
and it turned it a kinda brownish color. My loaf didn't sink
like yours did in the picture but..........it sliced well and I
measured the slices 4" wide and 2". Could you measure your
slices please?I got 14 slices of bread. It was very moist, I
cooked it for 30 min. The color puts me off and I don't think
the ACV is good for flavor. I assume then that you used the
white vinegar? Also did you use a mixer? If so how long
do you beat it? The slice looks like fine pound cake.
Do you think that making your almond butter with the
blanced almond flour made a difference? You got a nice
color that way and a completely different texture.

I want to make this again, but don't want to goof up.
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I uses ACV and mine are brown but taste great..
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Barbo, I did use white vinegar and the almond flour butter isn't as sticky. My loaf didn't sink in the middle it must just be the picture, but it did crack. My bread is gone now, so I can't measure the slices for you. I did use a mixer and just mixed until everything was all mixed in.
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Thanks so much.
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I am on Maintenance and when I go over in calories even keeping it lowcarb I gain. Very annoying.
These held up great for a burger,, and were very good. I had a bacon egg and cheese for breakfast and it was delicious
Took me a few months and doing JUDDD for a bit to figure that one out, carbs count first and then I have to watch the calories as well. Yes, annoying but still the best I have ever eaten in my whole life!

What is odd is sometimes when I have been out with nongym friends, they seem to talk and feel sorry for me. They think I can't eat much. I am stunned at that point. I really want to say, hey, I am full so many times, I eat sweets, meat, veges, salads, butter, pancakes, bread, and so much more, AND look at me and look at you!!!! I would like to be about 5 pounds lighter, but I am between a size 4 and 6 and feel fantastic. Now look at yourselves (need I say more?). Anyway, these are my friends and won't get snarky with them, so I just smile and say I'm good, thanks!!!!!

But anyway, thanks Brendajm for letting me know about the buns. Guess now I'll try this recipe. Burger grilling time and need something to put them in!!!! (along with some bacon and cheese, wow! blue cheese anyone? YUM!)
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