Bob's Red Mill Low-Carb Bread Mix is wonderful option for those who need to watch their carbohydrate consumption for their health, yet still crave a slice of bread. This blend is combines high fiber oat bran, wheat bran, soy flour, rye flour and flaxseed meal, so you can be sure that the few carbs you do eat are nutritious. With only 5 grams of Net Carbs per serving, this mix is a great choice for diabetics and those following the paleo diet.
Homemade bread using our Low-Carb Bread Mix couldn’t be easier. Bake a fresh loaf by hand or using a bread machine. Simply add water, whipping cream, canola oil and an egg to create a light, fluffy loaf of bread that tastes just like the carb-laden breads you remember. If you’re in a pinch, this mix can also be substituted for flour in your favorite recipes (just leave out the yeast packet). The light flavor and whole grain texture make this bread perfect for sandwiches and French toast. Once baked, this bread can become low-carb croutons, breadcrumbs and bread pudding. Our Low-Carb Bread Mix can also be adapted to make pizza crust, focaccia and bagels. See our recipe tab below for these great alternatives. This mix is a satisfying and nourishing way to bake while being mindful of carb consumption.
Makes one 2-pound loaf.
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- Unlimited recipes for this bread
So versatile and easy. I doubled the water after reading some other reviews, and it worked perfectly. BUT I made an easy french toast and it was superb. Bake the bread, slice and toast it, add melted butte, cinnamon and splenda combined, then pour over bread to saturate. Then add sugar free syrup and it is so much like french toast you won't believe it. I bake and freeze this bread in slices. The things you can do with this bread are endless, just use your imagination.
- Awesome bread!
- I recently was diagnosed as a Type 2 diabetic. I love bread but have had to stay away as a part of managing my blood sugar levels. I picked up a box of this low carb bread mix and we made our first loaf tonight. It definitely has a slightly bland flavour, but it is a fantastic alternative for carb-intolerant people like me. It gives me Optikns for sandwiches and pizzas that I would otherwise have
- Darned good homemade style loaf!
- I wanted to make this for my sister who has to watch her carb count so can no longer eat my usual loaves. I read the online reviews and used the hints from Doc in Spokane in which he suggested a cup of water vs 3/4 cup, as well as using a reduced baking time of 45 min for a dark loaf pan. I was surprised that it didn't need a second rising, but it did not. As it begin to bake at 350 it rose perfe
- Great tasting low carb bread
- I just received my order today and couldn't wait to make a loaf of bread in my bread machine. The first loaf smelled great but during the cycle my power went off for a moment and I had to finish the loaf in the oven. It didn't turn out as well as the second loaf I just finished making. Even though the first loaf looked a little strange and didn't rise because of the problem with my power, it taste
- The only really good low-carb bread mix
- I have baked over 40 loaves of this bread mix.|It is the only good low-carb bread that I have found.|I do not have a breadmaker and make it by hand.|For the first 20-30 loaves I was plagued with small and sometimes very large holes in the bread using the instructions for hand preparation on the packaging.|(The way I used up the slices with large holes was to spread butter on both sides of the brea
- Great Low Carb Bread Mix
- I read a lot of on-line reviews about this bread mix. It seems people either love it or don't. I made it tonight, and both my husband and I really like it! Hubby is diabetic we are both trying to learn to cut carbs and also lose some weight. This bread will be really helpful in that endeavor, as it has only 4 net carbs per serving. It is a denser, chewier bread but we find that to be a good qualit
- Tasty, hearty low carb bread!
- I became diabetic while on dialysis and after a kidney transplant the diabetes just got worse thanks to the anti-rejection medications. I'd given up hope of ever having bread again and that was HARD since I am a carb lover! Then I tried Bob's Red Mill Low Carb bread. It's amazing! I make it in my bread machine and it's absolutely no fail. We love it toasted with peanut butter on it for breakf
- What a pleasant surprise!
- I nearly gave up looking for low carb bread. I'm so glad I found this mix. I didn't find it difficult to make, and the loaves are crusty and totally delicious. Now I don't have to give up bread. My family even likes it, and they aren't eating low carb. The first loaf was devoured within an hour of coming out of the oven...it's that good.
- A Total Novice at Baking
- I've never baked anything in my life and don't have a bread machine. Just for fun, I posted a YouTube video of myself putting this bread mix together, not knowing what the result would be. It ended up surprisingly tasty. The bread was only a tad dry, but when toasted, it was quite good. If you'd like to see the process, do a YouTube search for the title "Making Low-Carb Bread."
- I Recommend this
- I have made this 4 times now, and plan on continuing to make it. I do not have a bread machine, so use the "by hand" directions on the package. The first time it came out a little bit dry. I realized though that I was using a dark metal pan ( 8.5 x 4.5 ) and so needed to cut back on baking time. I find that in this size and type of pan it only takes about 45 minutes to bake. Also - not the health
- Too large for the Mini Zo breadmaker
- If you use this package with the Mini Zo breadmaker, you'll need to use only half of the package and half the ingredients. What a mess I made until I figured out that the mix was just too big for my machine. I still used the whole egg as I thought the mix was a little dry with half the ingredients. I also added some extra cream. Hope this helps.
- I usually bake whole grain bread once a week so I'm not a complete novice, and I was intriqued by this bread mix when I read the ingedients. The receipe is unlike any bread receipe I ever used, but I decided to give it a try. There is no second rising, and when I punched the dough down, it didn't collapse back into the bowl as I'm used to bread dough doing. Very odd. And the dough had a very r
- Nutritional Info
Serving Size: 1 Slice (21g)
Servings Per Container: 21
Amount Per Serving % Daily
ValueCalories90Calories from Fat10
Total Fat1.5 g2 %Saturated Fat0 g0 %Trans Fat0 g0 %Cholesterol0 mg0 %Sodium92 mg4 %Total Carbohydrate9 g3 %Dietary Fiber4 g16 %Sugars0 gN/AProtein11 g22 %
Vitamin A0 %Vitamin C0 %Calcium0 %Iron7 %
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
vital wheat gluten, whole grain oat flour, oat bran, oat fiber, flaxseed meal, whole grain rye flour, wheat bran, whole soy flour, active dry yeast, evaporated cane juice, sea salt (magnesium carbonate as flowing agent)
*Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts, soy, wheat, and milk