Low Carb Multi Grain Bread Mix

Low Carb Multi Grain Bread Mix
Price: $12.48
Brand: LC-Foods Corporation
UPC: 754205300891
Availability: In Stock
Size: 12oz (342g)

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Low carb multi grain bread with less than 1 net carb per slice! This is truly great low carb bread! Never do without bread again.

Make multi grain hamburger, hotdog, dinner and deli rolls with this mix. Try baking them in our hamburger or hotdog form pans. Simple instructions on mixing, kneading, rising* and baking are included for making your perfect multi grain bread loaf. The low carb sweetener is already in the mix to make the bread rise without sugar! Makes 18 generous 1/2" thick x 4 1/2" wide x 3" tall slices that are high in fiber and protein, and have just .6 net carbs per slice! Enjoy hotdogs, burgers or sandwiches with bread again! Whatever you decide, this is the most delicious bread you've had since you started the low carb lifestyle! It can be frozen, so you can enjoy a slice anytime.

This low carb multi grain bread has a healthy dose of dietary fiber and protein. As with all LC Foods low carb products, there's no sugar added (of course!) and no preservatives!

* Make sure to use fresh instant, rapid rise or bread machine yeast for best results. If your yeast is more than two months old, your bread may not rise as much or at all.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 8 tsp (19g) One 4-1/4"wide x 3"tall x 1/2" thick slice
Servings per Container: 18
Calories: 32 Cal
Calories from Fat: 8 Cal
Total Fat: 0.8 g
Saturated Fat: 0 g
Trans Fat: 0 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 127 mg
Total Carbohydrate: 2.9 g
Dietary Fiber: 2.3 g
Sugars: 0 g
Protein: 3.2 g
Net Carbs: 0.6 g
Wheat protein isolates, resistant wheat starches, whole and chopped brown flax seed, vital wheat gluten, Inulin (chicory root fiber), salt, organic stevia rebaudiana leaf natural herbal extracts, natural luo han guo monk fruit, natural caramel color, natural enzymes
8 reviews
Louis Gambill
My recipe: 2 1/2 cups of multigrain flour, plus 1/2 cup of LC white bread flour (helps texture). 3 teaspoons of INSTANT yeast. 1 cup lukewarm water. 3 Tablespoons melted butter. 1 Tablespoon olive oil. 1 tablespoon of honey Add Italian herbs, or some oregano and garlic powder. Bread machine: liquids go in first, then dry ingredients. Use the 'fast' loaf setting. After the machine has finished kneading the dough (about 10 minutes), remove, and place dough in lightly greased (Pan spray) bread pan, cover with plastic wrap, and let rise in cold oven for at least an hour. Should rise nicely. Carefully remove risen dough (so it doesn't collapse), turn on oven to 350 degrees. Then, when oven is ready, back into oven and bake for 30 minutes (depending on oven) then remove. Let sit in bread pan for 10 to 15 minutes, then place bread on wire rack and let cool. For ease in slicing, I refrigerate the bread for a while, which makes cutting into thin slices much easier.
8 reviews
Already gave a review but just wanted to share something I recently tried with this mix. I made several small loaves, then cut into thin slices, sprayed with a little olive oil and sprinkled with garlic powder then baked in a 400 oven until crispy, about 20 minutes, for crispy crackers!
8 reviews
Kim H
I just tried making this yesterday, my bread didn't rise all that well, but who cares, it's bread, it looks like, tastes like, toasts like it!!...being on a Keto lifestyle for 4+ months, i have missed it so much, but this changes everything, I just finished eating two piece of toast, and can now honestly say, I can live happily ever after on Keto.
8 reviews
I LOVE this bread, especially as toast. I almost always toast it to some degree. I generally order 6 or 7 bags at a time. I knead it for about 1-2 minutes then use the dough hook on the mixer for 60 seconds repeating each two more times, ending with the mixer. I let it rise in an ~80 degree oven for 60 minutes. I have found that an 8" x 4" bread pan makes a perfectly formed loaf with a good, even rise, while a 9" x 5" pan makes a rather flat loaf.
8 reviews
Nice to work with and tasted great. But it did not rise. I am sure the error was something I did or did not do. Ordering two more. I really loved the taste of my flat bread. (grin)
8 reviews
Has anybody tried converting this mix to use in a bread machine? I have experimented a few times, and it is ok and edible, but just not quite right. Any help?
8 reviews
Mary Jo - Post Falls, Idaho
Love this product! Makes excellent bread and dinner rolls. Very satisfying.. no blood sugar increase.
8 reviews
Stacey - Auburn, Georgia
Has a very good texture and very good multigrain flavor. Makes a very nice loaf of bread.

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