Flaxseed Meal Bread

This is another recipe that I had to try myself. I found a recipe using flaxseed meal and water to make bread. What you say? I am not sure if this was created for the keto diet? or ?

For this recipe, you will need quite a lot of flaxseed meal.  You can grind it yourself or you can buy it pre-ground.

To the flaxseed meal, add baking powder.

Then the water.

Mix until combined. It will look gluey, but that is ok.

Pour the mixture into your baking vessel and smooth out the top. The recipe doesn’t rise a lot and it wont reshape itself while baking. So it is best to smooth it out the way you want it to look.

Bake until it is cooked through. You could probably test this with a toothpick.  I ended up doubling my recipe as I wanted a tall loaf, however it took more than two hours to bake this.

Even after the two hours it wasn’t cooked all the way, so I sliced it and baked it again. The bread almost turned into crackers.  The next time I made this, I actually added a little more water and spread it out in a thing sheet to make crackers.

The bread had a hearty flavor, almost like a rye bread. It didn’t taste bad and I could see it almost having a bread like texture. However, if you like the sandwich bread texture, the soft and bouncy kind, you might not like this bread. But it is different and low carb and full of fiber and omega.

Flaxseed meal Bread inspired by https://www.powerhungry.com/2019/10/2-ingredient-flax-sandwich-bread-vegan-keto-grain-free/

  • 2 1/2 cup flaxseed meal
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 and 1/3 cup water
  • salt

In a bowl mix together the flaxseed meal and baking powder.  Add the water together and mix well. Pour mixture into your baking container. Smooth out the top. Bake in a 400 degree oven for about 1 hour.  Allow to cool and then remove from the container.  You can slice the bread thinly and re-bake to form nice crackers.  Enjoy.

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