LolloRosso is right on target with the coconut flour. I buy it by the 4-pack from Amazon, that’s how much we use in our kitchen.
My problem was having nothing to eat with eggs and fish. What are eggs without a slice of toast or baked bread? Bland as toothpaste that’s what. So now we make a loaf of bread every few days out of coconut flour. It’s a breeze because there are just five ingredients. With this flour you can also make drop biscuits, coconut cookies, vanilla cookies, lemon cookies and several types of muffins such as blueberry. One bag of coconut flour will more than satisfy your taste for sweetness as well as bread. The bread is better if you slice it, brush some olive oil on it with garlic powder and mixed herbs, and toast it in the oven just like garlic bread, delicious. We even fried a chicken using the coconut flour last week. Just go to google and key in “coconut flour recipes” – you’ll be surprised what you find.
A great ‘quick’ snack is half a cup of Organic Greek Plain Yogurt with a couple of tablespoons of coconut cream concentrate mixed in with the yogurt. If it’s not sweet enough for you, add a little sweetener. The only sweetener I can tolerate is one called Truvia which is about twice as sweet as regular sugar.
Just be creative in the kitchen, if you’re not already, you’ll learn how to be quick enough if you just stick with it.