Special Diet - Created Date : 21.8.2019

If you want to cut down much processed bread and starches, you will lo...

If you want to cut down much processed bread and starches, you will lo...

If you want to cut down much processed bread and starches, you will love this recipe. In my new TV show, Elizabeth Eats teach you how easy it is to prepare delicious, gluten-free, high-protein almond flour bread. At the same time, you will learn the secret of making a healthy and easy stove top jam with a low sugar but a high level of flavor.

Almond Flour Bread Recipe

Materials *

2 cup blanched almond flour

Ground Flax Seed

½ teaspoon baking powder

Eas tea spoon fine texture sea salt

5 eggs

½ tablespoon honey

1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

1 tablespoon of apple vinegar

* Use organic when possible


1. Preheat oven to 350 ° F (177 ° C). In a kitchen robot, put together dry materials and add about 10 pulses until they are well combined.

2. Add wet ingredients and mix for about 30 seconds until thoroughly mixed. Scratch the edges.

3. Pour the dough into a greased 9x5 inch pan (it will be like a very thick batter). It will be enough to fill the pan halfway.

4. Cook for 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick comes out of the center. Allow the pan to cool for 30 minutes before serving.

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Easy Chia Seed Jam


2 cups of frozen mixed fruits (fresh jobs)

1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

2 tablespoons raw honey (taste more or less)

2 tablespoons of chia seeds


1. Place the fruit, lemon juice and honey in a small pot over medium heat. Bubbles and cook for 15 minutes until deteriorated.

2. Remove from the heat and mix the seeds of chia until they are well combined, then leave for at least 15 minutes to allow the gelatinization of chia seeds.

The refrigerator is stored in an airtight glass container for up to 10 days.

See Elizabeth Eats for a live demonstration of how these two recipes are made, as well as a live demonstration of the other six mouth-watering gluten-free, milk-free favorites.

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