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A coconut flour low carb flax bread that’s full of healthy ingredients and so easy to make. It’s a perfect for every day on a gluten free diet.
After discovering all the benefits of chia seeds, I made up some chia gel using nine parts water to one part chia seeds. Since the gel can be used in baking, I thought I’d make up a quick bread and add a little chia gel to the batter.
This is an easy low carb flax bread that can be made in a loaf or muffin pan. I used a 9×5 loaf pan because it is less time consuming as the batter doesn’t have to be divided.
There is no sweetener added to this savory bread. It makes a wonderful side to dinner or with eggs at breakfast.
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This coconut flour bread can also be used to make a sandwich for lunch. And, it’s full of healthy ingredients and so easy to make.
Because it’s so easy to make, this low carb flax bread is perfect for every day on a low carb or gluten free diet. You’ll love it toasted and spread with chia jam or butter.
It can even be made into more of a roll or bun by baking in round molds. I suppose you might call them muffins at that point, but they are savory and not sweet.
It’s super easy to bake up this low carb bread. And, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding any of the ingredients.
This yummy low carb coconut flour bread is very filling, too. So, a little bit goes a long way.
Coconut Flour Low Carb Flax Bread Recipe
Coconut Flour Low Carb Flax Bread or Muffins
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Grease a bread or muffin pan.
Mix coconut flour, ground flax, baking soda and salt together in small bowl.
Whisk the remaining wet ingredients together in a medium bowl.
Using whisk, mix in the dry ingredients into the wet mixture. Batter will be very thick.
Spread into bread or muffin pan.
Bake until toothpick comes out clean, about 40 minutes for bread and about 25 minutes for muffins. Cool 10 minutes, then remove from pan and finish cooling on rack.