Low Carb Pumpernickel Bread Recipe from The Truth About Carbs || 1.5g Carbs!

Low Carb Pumpernickel Bread Recipe from The Truth About Carbs || 1.5g Carbs!

Categories:   Uncategorized

Comments

  • Posted: June 13, 2018 14:30

    AutoModerator

    Welcome to /r/ketorecipes! You can find our [rules here](https://www.reddit.com/r/ketorecipes/wiki/index) and a [Beginners Guide To Keto here](https://www.reddit.com/r/keto/comments/27vx2z/beginners_guide_to_keto/). Please be sure to include a detailed recipe in your post (this means **ingredients**, **directions**, and **plain text**) or in the comments, not a link to the recipe, or it will be removed per the sub rules!* Please report any rule-violations to the moderators and keep doing the lard's work! *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/ketorecipes) if you have any questions or concerns.*
  • Posted: June 13, 2018 14:30

    ArcadiaXYZ

    After the BBC One documentary "The Truth About Carbs" people genuinely believe that they can go low carb and eat porridge oats, apples, bulgar wheat (already sold out in most shops) and of course: pumpernickel rye bread. As all these foods are actually over 70g of carbs per 100g, after reviewing the documentary and trying to warn people of what Carbs are and what Fibre is and how they relate but ARE NOT the same thing, I though it the best step to work on a recipe for Pumpernickel Bread that is actually low carb. I did some tricks to deliver flavour, texture and looks of the original Pumpernickel Bread, Pumpkin Seeds optional but included. Nutritional Values per (assuming 12 slices per loaf) 304 Kcal, 1.5g carbs (10g fibre), 12g protein, 27g fat INGREDIENTS 300g / 10.6oz milled linseed 120g / 4.2oz coconut flour 10g / 0.3oz xanthan gum 10g / 0.3oz baking powder 14g / 1tbsp cocoa powder 2tbsp caraway seeds 1/2tsp pink himalayan salt 15g / 1tbsp sukrin gold 30ml / 2tbsp sesame oil 110ml / 3.7fl oz extra virgin olive oil 80ml / 2.7fl oz apple cider vinegar 240ml / 1cup warm weak coffee 8 eggs (divided) (optional) pumpkin seeds for decoration INSTRUCTIONS You're going to need 3 bowls. leave the biggest one for the dry ingredients, use the medium one to whip the egg whites and baking powder until stiff peaks appear, then set aside On the smaller bowl mix egg yolks, extra virgin olive oil and sesame oil, mix until creamy, set aside. In the bigger bowl, mix all dry ingredients with a whisk to make sure they're well combined (especially the xanthan gum), then add egg yolk mixture and start mixing with the hand mixer. Add apple cider vinegar and coffee while mixing. Once well combined start adding the egg whites in batches. You can use the hand mixer but a spatula might come in handier later on. Grease your loaf pan and fill with the dough, don't be afraid to press and mould it to it: it will seriously rise anyway. Bake in oven at 170c / 335f for one hour, leave to cool before trying to extract from the loaf tin.