Bread That Might Just Be Better for You - Recipe and Tips
For the average, everyday shopper, the stashes upon stashes of bread literally baked on the shelves at supermarkets seem to be getting jam-packed with more options. Gluten-free, wheat-free, low-carb, reduced sugar, more protein, fewer grains, more grains. What exactly is one supposed to choose?
The fact is, a lot of gluten-free breads are extremely processed, fortified, high in grains and carbs. The manufacturers of these sorts of breads saw a market and went for it, without putting too much care into a seemingly “heathy” alternative.
Low carb bread, on the other hand, is growing in popularity amongst shoppers. Take note, however, when you cut back on your intake of carbs, you may experience some of the following effects:
To save you scouring the supermarket shelves in hunt of your sought-after low carb loaf, why not have a go at making it for yourself. Low-carb baking does require some specialised ingredients and a little patience at first to get it right. However, once you master the art of baking low-carb, you might just be happy with the outcome.
Here’s a recipe below that we found on Diet Doctor. A low carb loaf, without sugar or starch, with a warming seasoning just perfect for the cooler winter weather. Enjoy!
Low Carb Holiday Bread
Holiday bread seasoning
Instructions are for 22 servings. Please modify as needed.
This bread tastes its best fresh or toasted. Slice the bread that you don’t finish the same day as baking it, and keep in the fridge for 2-3 days or in the freezer where it will keep for about a month.
This low carb bread would partner perfectly with a cup of our natural Bondi Beach Tea. Check out our range online today.
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