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    flynpa
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    I am making coconut bread for the first time. What is the batter/dough supposed to look like? Bread dough or more like cake batter or what? Right now it is quite dry like cookie dough.

    Thanks!

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    moochpb
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    I make mine more watery looking and it comes out softer. I have made it both ways. It tastes good better for me when it looks like cake batter

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    Jersey
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    This is my current recipe. I’ve been experimenting with it for two months now.

    5/6 cup coconut flour
    5/6 Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free Oat Bran
    ( there is no 5/6 marking on a measuring cup- gotta eyeball it!)
    1 tsp sea salt
    2 tsp baking powder
    10 packets of Stevia

    Mix it all up real good

    1/2 cup of melted coconut oil
    1/2 cup of virgin olive oil (the olive oil seems to give the bread a crispier shell. More coconut oil- less shell)

    Mix in with dry ingredients. It will be very runny at this point

    1 dozen eggs.

    It’ll take about 5 mins of stirring, but it will firm up. It’s will still be a bit fluid.

    I bake at 300 for 1:10. My oven is off though. that 300 is probably more like 350:/ I dunno.

    Oh. And I coat the bread pan in PAM, and then powder it with some coconut flour. Otherwise the bread will stick like there’s no tomorrow.
    This is a pretty big loaf. lasts me a week. I cut it in half, and freeze one half til I finish the first.

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    flynpa
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    I tried cooking it the way it came out (like cookie dough) and it didnt cook at all. I will try your recipe. Thanks.

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