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Old 01-24-2014, 06:58 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried this?

I really want to know if it is ok, it would really enhance my life at this point in time, LOL!
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Old 01-24-2014, 07:21 AM   #2
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I'm curious too! I saw the picture yesterday and it looked really good but the ingredients threw me a little for taste.
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Old 01-24-2014, 07:25 AM   #3
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Depending on whether I get all the ingredients (well, the unflavoured egg white protein powder) I am making this on the weekend. I'll pop back and give a review with pics if I did make it!
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Thanks Mimosa! I was thinking about trying her deep dish pizza crust this weekend if I have time.
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Let me know how it turns out!
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Are you talking about her buns/sub rolls/bread from her blog? There are a couple threads on here about those.

Thread on updated recipe: Maria's Bread Recipe

Thread on original recipe: Healthified Sub Rolls

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Old 01-24-2014, 11:57 AM   #7
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Thanks, will check out the threads!
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Old 01-24-2014, 07:43 PM   #8
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Misti she has a new protein bread. I think that's the one they are talking about.

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Old 01-24-2014, 08:51 PM   #9
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Misti she has a new protein bread. I think that's the one they are talking about.

She is awesome.
Ok, thanks. I found the blog post from Jan 11 for this bread. Actually sounds very similar to her recipe for healthified angel food cake but without the sweetener. Would be interested in any reviews. The cake was tasty but quite dry.
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If you watch the video the recipe seems to be basically merengue with egg yolks and protein powder added...I have tried her other bread that is very similar to this with the exception it has cream cheese in it.

It tastes pretty good and make a preety good grilled cheese.
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Old 01-29-2014, 02:13 PM   #11
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I received my Jay Robb powder in the mail today so I will be making a loaf today - I'll post with pics
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Old 01-29-2014, 03:20 PM   #12
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In making it - I did the egg only version with the Jay Robb egg white powder - made the eggs stiff (I added a little cream of tartar), mixed in the Jay Robb and then the whites - I couldn't put it into one pan. Well, I could have however I believe it would have cooked all over the place so I took some, threw in some swerve and cinnamon. They will be done in 30 min!
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I can't wait to see it. Good luck
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This is amazing. Like, oh my God amazing. I am so incredibly excited!

You can see I ended up with the main, bigger loaf and a smaller cinnamon and sugar loaf.

I am having garlic bread for dinner - it's so delicious. It had a really great texture.

Also, I did cook it at the 325 degrees but for about 25 minutes longer than recommended (using a traditional oven)
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Old 01-29-2014, 05:18 PM   #15
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My dinner- Garlic bread, Zucchini noodles and pasta sauce with ground beef!
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:31 PM   #16
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So pretty. You did a great job Tina.Did you like the taste, I want to teach my BIL how to make it.
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Looks awesome Tina. I just picked up some Jay Robb egg white protein powder for this.
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Old 01-30-2014, 12:19 AM   #18
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Tina, that looks fabulous!!!! I am so making this on the weekend!!! Finally got all my ingredients, so I can't wait now!

Thanks for sharing!
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It's definitely an eggy flavor - The flavor is very similar to an oopsie because it's essentially the same thing. I didn't add any flavorings to the main one because I wanted to be able to use it as whatever. I should have cut it a bit thinner I think to really be able to get it toasted. The thick slices remind me of Challah bread
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Tina, were you able to just pop it in the toaster?
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I just put it in the toaster oven - it smells a little like it's burning but it's just toasting
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great, thanks!
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In making it - I did the egg only version with the Jay Robb egg white powder - made the eggs stiff (I added a little cream of tartar), mixed in the Jay Robb and then the whites - I couldn't put it into one pan. Well, I could have however I believe it would have cooked all over the place so I took some, threw in some swerve and cinnamon. They will be done in 30 min!
Are you saying you omitted the egg yolks and the cream cheese? The recipe calls for one or the other, I believe.

I'd love to try making this bread over the coming weekend.
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Are you saying you omitted the egg yolks and the cream cheese? The recipe calls for one or the other, I believe.

I'd love to try making this bread over the coming weekend.
This is the recipe I used from her most recent post:

ngredients
12 eggs, separated
1 cup Jay Robb unflavored egg white protein (or whey protein)
˝ tsp onion powder (optional)

Instructions
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F.
Separate the eggs (save the yolks), and whip the whites for a few minutes until VERY stiff (I use a stand mixer on high for a few minutes).
Gently mix the protein powder into the whites.
Slowly fold the reserved egg yolks into the whites (making sure the whites don’t fall).
Grease a bread pan with coconut oil spray and fill with “dough.”
Bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown.
Let completely cool before cutting or the bread will fall. Cut into slices.
I keep this bread in the freezer at all times to make sandwiches.
OPTION: Make bread into 18 buns on a greased cookie sheet.

I made this exact version with egg whites, protein powder and egg yolks. - but she has 2 others. One using only egg whites and egg white protein powder (no yolks or cream cheese) and one using cream cheese and no yolks.
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Thank you for the clarification! It's confusing when there are so many versions!

The version you cut and pasted is the one I printed from her website. I hope I get your great results.
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That's what I thought it was. Thanks Tina. When I looked at your pics it looked like an oopsie in loaf size.
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I asked Maria what size pan she used since I had issue fitting it into one - she said it makes 1 very large loaf or 2 smaller... I think next time I will split the recipe (6 eggs each and .5 cup egg white protein) and make 1 loaf and 9 buns
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I think my loaf pan is too small for the whole recipe, but I also have some large muffin top thingies, so I think I'll put whatever is too much towards making buns.

I'm so excited! Going to make them tomorrow. I REALLY fancy a BLT sandwich with bacon mayo and a bit of sliced avocado instead of the L... A BAT! Oh the possibilities are just endless!!!
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I really am enjoying this. I am making those larger slices into 2 which is better because it can be a bit dry but I don't mind it

I think this can be made into a cake fairly easy, I may try this weekend
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Just a quick update: I made the bread, see pics! Tomorrow I will try out a bread roll, will post more then!
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