3 Minute Protein Bread (low carb, sugar free, dairy free*, paleo)

Microwave Protein Bread...in the micro
Just “baked” in the microwave
Made in a 6 inch corningware…perfect for a kid’s (or grown-ups)
peanut butter and jelly
Miss bread and biscuits? Like real, chewy bread that doesn’t come out crumbly and doesn’t require tons of starches that will up your blood sugar faster than you can say tapioca? I know I did…until I devised this versatile recipe that started out being cooked in the oven, but has since been relegated to the microwave and/or waffle iron to ensure good rise and perfect, bready density…not hockey puck-ish texture disguised as bread!

Please try this and let me know what you think. It is far superior to ANY gluten free (especially low carb) bread that I have tried, and we have tried a lot!

Coming soon…modifications to make restaurant quality butter-garlic rolls & cinnamon buns!

Need ingredients? Check Amazon…it will suck buying them the first time, but you will make this stuff again and again and you won’t think twice when it’s time to re-order – cross my heart! Another note, I use subscribe and save for almost all of my baking ingredients that I order online. This saves me 20%…which is huge. You can sign up for subscribe and save and cancel before you get your second order, if you decide you don’t need anymore!

**If you use the links below and make a purchase, I will receive a small commission from Amazon through their affiliate program. It costs you nothing additional and I don’t EVER recommend products that I don’t purchase through Amazon myself…**
3 MINUTE BREAD!

1/3 c coconut flour
1/3 c NOW Foods Whey Protein Isolate Pure, 1.2 -Pounds OR NOW Foods Eggwhite Protein, 1.2 Pound (use egg white only for dairy free)
1/3 c Now Foods Psyllium Husk Powder, 24-Ounce

See…a real biscuit (note the biscuit balls that
are pre-made in the container, ready for the
fridge and fresh bread…in 3 MINUTES!

2 tsp baking powder (or 1 tsp baking soda + 1/2 tsp cream of tarter)1 tsp salt
1 cup minus 2 Tbsp water
2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
4 large-extra large eggs
Butter/Coconut oil for greasing cooking dish

Mix all of the wet ingredients in a large bowl w/ a hand mixer, or use a high powered blender. Add the salt and baking powder and mix well. Add the protein, then the psyllium husks and finally the coconut flour, mixing well after each addition.

Once you have a dough like substance, let it hang out and thicken up for 3-5 minutes. Melt about 1/3 Tbsp butter in your microwave safe dish (I use small corningware or my glass pyrex) and then swirl it around to coat the bottom and about 1/2 inch up the sides. Divide your dough into approximately 7 1/4 c. balls. You are going to cook one at a time…you can save some in the fridge to have hot, fresh rolls in 3 minutes!

When you are ready to make your bread, flatten your dough ball slightly into the prepared microwave container and then flip it over so their is butter/oil all over it. “Bake” it in your microwave, starting at about 1.5 minutes and adding 20 second increments until it is slightly firm in the middle. This make take a few attempts, but err on the side of under-done, as you can always re-nuke it. Once it’s overcooked, it gets rubbery and hard around the edges.  For 1/4 c. dough in a 1 cup pyrex, in my 1200 watt microwave, it takes 2 minutes and 20 seconds to perfect bready, biscuit goodness. 1/3 cup (when I make larger rolls) takes 3 minutes. It’s an art, this microwave baking…

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4 thoughts on “3 Minute Protein Bread (low carb, sugar free, dairy free*, paleo)

  1. Thanks so much! I'm so glad that you enjoy them. I post as often as my two little ones allow…but I have a notebook full of recipes that need to be posted, so I'm not stopping any time soon 🙂

  2. […] *A note on coconut flour – I purchase the 25 lb bag and portion it into large, gallon sized freezer bags. I use a lot of coconut flour. At one point, Amazon was out of the 25 lb bags, so I purchased smaller, 1 lb bags instead for about tripled the cost. I have used both, however the 25 lb bag creates a much denser product, that adds a good bit of volume after being sifted, whereas the smaller bags don’t. So, if your coconut flour seems packed densely, use 1/3 of a cup and then sift it. If it’s more powdery in the bag, use 1/2 cup and then sift it. The recipe is very forgiving, either way, but this is my conclusion after making about 20 batches of this bread. […]

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