Super quick and easy Cinnamon [ke]Toast Crunch! (2.5nc)

Super quick and easy Cinnamon [ke]Toast Crunch! (2.5nc)

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  • Posted: March 8, 2018 00:46


    tl;dr: Keto CTC with, like, four ingredients in under 10 minutes. DAMN. Ladies and Gentlemen, I've cracked the code. After that keto Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe was posted earlier in the week, I've been obsessed with it. I ended up making it today, and it was pretty good, but it was definitely more of a cookie than a cereal, and really didn't taste all that much like classic CTC. But more importantly, it was a huge pain in the ass to make. So I got to work on my own recipe, and after a handful of failed attempts, I've finally got it. LOW CARB CINNAMON TOAST CRUNCH. And the best part? You can make it in under 10 minutes. There are a few prerequisites, though. _____________________________________________________________ **You'll need:** * Low carb Lavish Bread ([This is what I use.]( * A sugar alternative - Erythritol, Swerve, Allulose, and probably more will work * Cinnamon * Any cooking spray * A craving for the TASTE YOU CAN SEE The star of the show here is the lavish bread. I buy mine from this website called Josephs for $3 a bag, which is ridiculously cheap in my opinion. Here's a **[link](**. Each serving (which is half a lavish bread) is 5 net carbs, and this recipe uses half of that, but really you can just make however much you want. Then, I also use Allulose, which is a newer type of sugar alternative, but not a sugar alcohol. The new Quest Hero bars use it, and I got some confectioners style Allulose from Amazon. Also, I use granulated Erythritol, because I wanted it to look and feel like Cinnamon Toast Crunch, too. Alright. Now I know how everyone in this subreddit loves huge, overly complicated recipes, so my apologies for making this one stupid-simple and incredibly quick. If you blink, you might miss it. _______________________________________________________________ **THE RECIPE:** * Bisect a lavish bread twice, so you have [one quarter of a bread]( * Lightly spray both sides with some cooking spray, [I used standard PAM]( * Pour out and spread some confectioners sugar substitute on a plate or something. [I used Allulose]( * Dip your bread in the "sugar" until it's [lightly dusted on both sides]( * Put it in the oven (or toaster oven) right on the rack for about 6-8 minutes at 350, or really until it just starts to brown up. Note, you may have to wipe the rack a little afterwards. * As soon as it starts to brown, take it out and IMMEDIATELY slice it into squares with a pizza cutter. It's gonna be super hot, so don't burn yourself. The goal here is to cut the bread into squares before it settles and get's too crispy. [Check it]( * Put a bunch of granulated Erythritol (or sweetener of choice) in a bowl, and add a bunch of cinnamon. Actually, do this while the bread is in the toaster oven. The quantities of each don't totally matter, just add what you think is right, then taste it. The ratio is really up to you. * Sprinkle the mixture on your sticky, still-hot squares. Then flip them over and get the other side. [WHAM]( * Let them cool for a couple minutes, or go in hot. Dealer's choice. Personally, I let them cool, and then add some [almond milk]( * Pat yourself on the back and get your snack on. Now, the one downside to this is that there really isn't any actual fat in this, so it's really just a treat. Each 1/4 of a lavish bread is 30 calories. Even though pretty much everything else is "zero" calories, I'd still estimate another 5 or so. So, without almond milk, you're looking at about 35 calories and 2.5 net carbs. MAYBE 3 net carbs if your body doesn't handle sugar alcohols well. Either way, this shit is a perfect snack. I just had two bowls and I feel full and satisfied. I only with I had some Saturday-morning cartoons, too. ^PS: ^Sorry ^I ^don't ^have ^this ^recipe ^in ^the ^form ^of ^an ^enormous ^blog ^post ^that ^you ^have ^to ^scroll ^halfway ^through ^to ^find ^the ^content. ^:(