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This flourless oat fiber keto bread is nut
free, dairy free and gluten free. Let's go! This keto bread is flourless, it's mainly made
with oat fiber if you're wondering. We don't have any nuts in this recipe and it's dairy free
because normally with people who are allergic to dairy, they can still have eggs. What I love about
this recipe is you can create your own shape of bread and you can be so creative and here in my
thumbnail I just showed you one example of how pretty you can make your bread. Another fantastic
thing is that you can pre-mix your dry ingredients and place them in a Ziploc bag and then just make
bread whenever you feel like. It's so easy you literally throw everything into a mixing bowl
and then bake it. Nutritional information and your shopping list is listed in the description
box. Let's get into this recipe now. Let's first make up the dry ingredients which will be the
substitute for flour.
To a bowl add 150 grams of oat fiber, then remove one tablespoon and one
teaspoon of the oat fiber and place into another bowl. I will explain why a little later. Next add
30 grams of egg white powder, 80 grams of flax seed powder, 33 grams of psyllium husk powder, 17
grams of baking powder, 5 grams of salt, I have 30 grams of sweetener here. Remove one teaspoon
and add it to the oat fiber we set aside earlier, then add the rest of the sweetener to the dry
ingredients and lastly 7 grams of instant dried yeast. Mix the small amount of oat fiber and
sweetener we set aside earlier and whisk the dry ingredients in the big bowl as well until fully
combined and one color then set aside for now. To a separate bowl add five eggs 400 mills of
lukewarm water and 50 grams of white vinegar or you can use apple cider vinegar as well, then
give it a good whisking until you cannot see any yolks and the liquid is all one color.
the dry ingredients and I mean from the big bowl not the small one just yet and I'm using a dough
hook but you can use a paddle attachment or you can whisk it by hand too if you like. The main
thing is that everything is mixed well together. If you're using a machine you will probably need
to scrape down the sides of the bowl a couple times and once you're happy that everything
is mixed well you will notice the dough is quite runny. That's okay that means it's
exactly right. Let it sit for five minutes and that's going to allow the egg white, the
psyllium husk and the flaxseed powders to absorb some of the liquid. While that's happening set
your oven to 356 degrees Fahrenheit or 180 degrees Celsius and grease and line an oven tray and set
that aside. Now after five minutes you can see a real difference in the dough.
It's not so runny
anymore but it's still going to be a bit sticky so oil your hands with a keto approved oil and dump
all of the dough onto the lined baking tray. Now it's time for some fun. Shape the dough however
you like and this time I'm going for a round shape and if you cannot be bothered you can just
add all of the dough to a lined loaf tin as well.
Once you're happy with your shape sprinkle the oat
fiber, sweetener mixture we set aside earlier all over the surface of the bread and you can create a
design like I'm doing here and I'm not even using a precision knife like I normally would for this
kind of baking. I just wanted to show you what you could do with a normal knife. A leaf on either
side of a flower and then some lines to fill up the other half of the bread and now I'm just
filling in some spaces with a couple of stems. As I said earlier your oven temperature should
be 356 degrees Fahrenheit or 180 degrees Celsius and my bread took 55 minutes to bake but you
want to start checking it at about 40 minutes. Of course I let it cool first and now I'm
just pressing in to show you how soft it is and I want to show you all
sides of this bread so you know, around the sides and check out the
underneath, it is perfectly baked.
And now let's check out the inside, I'm
just gonna slice into it and please do take note of the texture and how soft this
bread is and how easy it is to slice. This is just one example of how much fun you can
have creating your own bread and I'm holding it up so you can see the size generally of how
it's going to turn out for you. In some other videos we are going to do a plated bread and
we're going to do some rolls as well or buns. Thank you so much for watching, I hope
you get to try it and please do send me pictures. I'd love to see what you create.
Thanks for watching, stay safe and be well..