Sukrin Oat Sesame Bread Mix makes the easiest gluten free low carb bread ever! All you need are the mix and water. Just mix ingredients, shape, and bake!
Although I prefer baking from scratch, I like to keep low carb box mixes on hand for convenience. I have tried a lot of mixes and a lot of them just aren’t worth buying. They are either too expensive or just don’t have a good taste.
One of these days, I need to come up with some of my own homemade baking mixes that I can package up. I used to pre-measure all the dry ingredients and put them in labeled zipper bags, but I haven’t done that since going low carb.
It does save time when you don’t have to measure all the dry ingredients. So, anther item for my “to do” list. Come up with homemade low carb baking mixes!
One of the things I’ve struggled with is making a good homemade low carb bread easily and quickly with consistent results. I have tried the Bob’s Red Mill low carb bread mix which is a yeast bread.
The taste of the Bob’s Red Mill bread isn’t that great and the texture is a bit rubbery. And, if you don’t have a bread maker, it’s a bit of work to make as you’ll have to let it rise and then do the kneading by hand. You also need to make sure you have whipping cream, canola oil, and an egg to make the bread.
A much easier gluten free low carb bread mix is made by Sukrin. These bread mixes recently became available in the US and can be ordered from SukrinUSA.com. To bake this bread, all you need is the contents of the mix and water!
Sukrin is Scandinavia and Europe’s leading brand for natural origin, non-GMO health foods. They offer low carb sweeteners, nut flours, bread mixes, and milk chocolates.
All of the Sukrin bread mixes are low carb and super easy to make. The only ingredient you need is water! There is an option to use milk instead of water if you prefer.
And, these mixes are all free of wheat, egg, soy, dairy, gluten, yeast, additives, preservatives, and artificial colors. So, they are the closest thing to your own homemade baking mix!
If you love the convenience of a bread mix, but just don’t have the time or ingredients to make your own from scratch, I highly recommend checking out the low carb bread mixes made by Sukrin.
Easiest Gluten Free Low Carb Bread
Easiest Gluten Free Low Carb Bread
- 1 box Sukrin Bread Mix
- 13.5 fluid ounces water or milk about 1 ¾ cup
- Mix contents of bread mix with water or milk.
- Leave to thicken for five minutes
- Set on lined cookie sheet as bread or rolls
- Bake for 60 minutes for bread; 20-25 minutes for rolls.
- Cool completely on rack.
- Best stored in a bag in the refrigerator. Toast or warm before eating to make the bread as delicious as freshly baked.
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