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Mon January 26, 2004
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Description:
Ingredients: 1 pack farmer's cheese --
near butter in supermarket
1/2 stick butter -- room temp
4 eggs
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 1/2 cups almond flour
1/2 cups atkins bake mix


How To Prepare: Put farmers cheese, butter,
eggs and baking soda in
the food processor until
creamy.


Add: almond flour and bake
mix.


Mix up a few seconds, until
everything is combined. The
dough is very sticky.


Grease a bread pan well.
Oven 350 degrees. Plop the
dough
into the pan, you might have
to use your hands. Bake
about
50 minutes, until brown on
top.


When it's cool, cut the loaf
in half, then make slices off
of each half - they're the size
of regular bread slices. So,
for about 60 carbs a loaf,
you get at least 12 big
slices of
bread at 5 carbs each (less,
if you're a fiber subtractor).
Plus, it doesn't taste like
SOY!!!! It tastes like whole
wheat. You'll want to eat the
whole thing - it toasts well,
lots of butter - YUMM! I
made french toast with it,
and once
in a while I have a
sandwich.
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known: 34g carbs total
Effort (Easy, Average, Difficult): Easy
 


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