Hemp Protein Bread

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  • #79840

    sammcl
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    Hi everyone,

    So I was actually really disappointed this weekend that my body could not break down the coconut bread. It’s perfectly fine with the coconut oil, but not Bob’s Red Mill Coconut Flour, grrr.

    So I went back to the cupboard and had a look at what goes through my body fine. I found some hemp protein and wondered if I could use this as a replacement for coconut flour…

    Well, considering I absolutely hate hemp protein, this turned out very well.

    I added some cinnamon and dropped the baking powder/soda as I also wasn’t sure if this also affected me.

    Recipe

    3/4 cup hemp protein
    1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
    6 x organic eggs
    3/4 teaspoon salt
    3 x teaspoons cinnamon (less or more to your liking)

    mix all the ingredients together and they should make a paste. Put into a bread baking tray for 60 minutes and you will have the below.

    #79846

    Positivo
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    how does this taste and this is awesome because it cuts out baking soda which i find to be questionable and is this little to no carbs? Stevia might help improve the taste and spread some coconut oil on it. lol

    #79847

    benc
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    sammcl wrote: Hi everyone,

    So I was actually really disappointed this weekend that my body could not break down the coconut bread. It’s perfectly fine with the coconut oil, but not Bob’s Red Mill Coconut Flour, grrr.

    So I went back to the cupboard and had a look at what goes through my body fine. I found some hemp protein and wondered if I could use this as a replacement for coconut flour…

    Well, considering I absolutely hate hemp protein, this turned out very well.

    I added some cinnamon and dropped the baking powder/soda as I also wasn’t sure if this also affected me.

    Recipe

    3/4 cup hemp protein
    1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
    6 x organic eggs
    3/4 teaspoon salt
    3 x teaspoons cinnamon (less or more to your liking)

    mix all the ingredients together and they should make a paste. Put into a bread baking tray for 60 minutes and you will have the below.

    Nice one Sam, i’ll try that this weekend.

    This website might give you some ideas of how to use it: http://www.proteinpow.com

    also good & cheap for supplies: http://www.healthysupplies.co.uk/coconut-oil.html

    #79850

    Able900
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    Thanks, Samm, a great addition to the recipe section. And a nice photo too, which is a good idea for just about any recipe. That way maybe we’ll know if it’s bonkers before we even taste it by the look.

    Able

    #79852

    sammcl
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    Positivo wrote: how does this taste and this is awesome because it cuts out baking soda which i find to be questionable and is this little to no carbs? Stevia might help improve the taste and spread some coconut oil on it. lol

    Actually tastes not bad at all. This will make my meals complete and keep me strong on this diet for a good few weeks.

    I won’t let the setback of bad coconut bread set me back far!

    #79854

    sammcl
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    Ben – I think this stuff will be especially good for a post workout snack as well.

    High in protein!

    #79856

    benc
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    sammcl wrote: Ben – I think this stuff will be especially good for a post workout snack as well.

    High in protein!

    Looks like it would & would beat the green thing i’ve gulped down since i’ve had this. Thanks 🙂

    #80561

    benc
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    I made this (& added stevia & dessicated coconut), it came out a bit dry. I left it in for an hour, do you think it would be better if I took it out at 40-45m?

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    #80738

    M
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    I slather on the coconut oil whenever I eat any of the teff/buckwheat/coconut/millet bread. Tastes fine after. Alternatively you could add more water or organice yoghurt/kefir to the recipe.

    #80998

    Calico
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    I think I missed a little tidbit…
    I see that it goes into the oven for 60 minutes (or maybe only 45), but at what temperature?

    Thanks!

    #88718

    cjtboy
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    I just tried this recipe – not bad at all, just a little bland alone. Sure it isn’t real bread, but a welcome change to a relative newbie to the candida diet.

    I did adjust slightly:

    – added 1 tsp baking powder (aluminum free)

    – also added a bit of nutmeg (didn’t measure, as I just just grated from whole nutmeg) didn’t taste it the bread, so may add a bit more next time

    – I baked @ 350 for 45 mins. I may try it @ 40 mins next time, as it was a tad dry – but not overly so. I think if I left it in for an hour in my oven, it would be super dry.

    – it was also kind of a small loaf (I used a 9 x 5 x 2.5 bread pan) – so I may increase ingredients slightly next time too.

    I tried a few different toppings:

    1) coconut oil – was ok, nothing exciting.
    2) homemade kefir cheese (kind of looks like cream cheese) with chives, cayenne and fresh ground pepper – really good!
    3) ACV mustard – also quite good

    #88719

    cjtboy
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    Also – forgot to say, don’t forget to grease the pan slightly. I didn’t do this, and even though I used a non-stick pan, it was very hard to get the loaf out!

    #89771

    jakecaresforu459
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    Hello Sam, is it as pictured? It looks quite hard? Can I replace hemp with any other ingredient?

    #95499

    dave
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    Is this OK to use during the first week of the diet? On the strict diet list from Able it shows hemp seeds and doesnt say that it cant be use in the first week…this would really help because eggs and veggies become quite monotonous after two full weeks.

    #104806

    Lililisa
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    Just tried this recipe. I’ve been missing bread so I was excited to see how it’d come out. Somehow the 3/4 tsp salt made mine waaaayyyy too salty. So don’t be like me and add it all at once! And I followed cjtboy’s lead and added 1 tsp baking powder, but the loaf came out with a spongey consistency. I did a quick google search and apparently baking soda would’ve avoided that. Plus I added some stevia to give it a little more flavor. And 45 min at 350 degrees was definitely enough time for it. Unfortunately this go around was a flop, but I’m gonna give it another go!

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