In all my time following the LCHF I have tried some breads and all of them have been pretty awful, until this one, Good For The Soul Bread.
I don’t know why I hadn’t tried it early, as I bought they whey powder ages ago to give it a whirl, but anyway, today, while home sick, I needed something plain like a “toastie” to settle the tummy and make me feel better.
This recipe is just a simple adaptation of Souls Song – Soul Bread.
It is crunchy on the outside and soft in the centre. A great vessel to add a slab of butter and a scrape of vegemite and fabulous for my toastie.
Super easy to make, and I am so glad I have finally found a bread that tastes as good as it looks. Definitely no weird aftertaste, or funky nuts and seeds involved.
It is a little moist to the touch, when sliced, but tastes great, even Dave like it.
Anyway I can see some great hacks using this as a base in my future.
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A great bread alternative that is light with a little crispy edge.
Preheat oven to 160 degrees Celsius
Add butter to mixer
Melt 2 minutes / varoma / speed 1
Add cream cheese
Mix 30 seconds / speed 5
Add oil, cream, sweetener and eggs
Mix 1 minute /speed 5
In a separate large bowl add the rest of the dry ingredients together then pour over your wet mixture
Gently fold all the mixture together, until combined. Do not over mix, keep the mixture light and airy to avoid dense bread
Pour mixture into your oiled 22cm loaf tin or silicone loaf tray
Cook in oven for 45 minutes
Remove when cooked, take out of loaf tin and cool on cake tray.
Slice and enjoy
You could make this loaf with your favourite fillings, or nuts and seeds inside and out.