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Bob's Red Mill Low-Carb Bread Mix, 16-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4)
- Bake easy-to-make homemade bread that is healthy, delicious, and low in carbohydrates
- Pack of four 16-ounce bags
- Low in carbohydrates and contains high fiber oat bran, wheat bran, soy flour, and whole grain flaxseed meal
- Enjoy wholesome bread baked fresh from the oven without all the carbohydrates
- Bob's Red Mill is dedicated to producing natural foods in a natural way
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Bob’s Red Mill low-carb bread mix lets you bake homemade bread that is easy-to-make, healthy, delicious, low in carbohydrates, and a good source of dietary fiber. Now you can enjoy wholesome bread baked fresh from the oven without all the carbohydrates. With a special blend of all natural ingredients, including high fiber oat bran, wheat bran, soy flour, and whole grain flaxseed meal, you can be sure that the few carbohydrates you do eat are all nutritious. This is sold in pack of four 16-ounce bags.
About Whole Grains
Whole grains are gaining in popularity after being emphasized by the new USDA guidelines, which recommend eating at least three servings of whole grains every day. At Bob’s Red Mill, whole grains have been a way of life for over 25 years. Bob’s Red Mill produces a wide variety of whole grain foods and offers its customer’s classic, new, and innovative whole grain recipes.
About Bob’s Red Mill
Bob’s Red Mill produces more than 400 products, including a full line of certified gluten free products and an extensive line of certified organic products. With a wide variety of whole grain products, from flours and hot cereals to baking mixes and grains, Bob’s Red Mill has “whole grain foods for every meal of the day”.
Bob’s Red Mill is the nation’s leader in stone milling and offers the widest diversity of whole grains found anywhere. They are dedicated to producing natural foods in the natural way. Try their outstanding products today and you will not be disappointed--that is a guarantee.
Vital Wheat Gluten, Whole Grain Oat Flour, Oatbran, Oat Fiber, Flaxseed Meal, Whole Rye Flour, Wheat Bran, Whole Soy Flour, Active Dry Yeast, Turbinado Sugar, Sea Salt and Crystalline Fructose.
Keeps best refrigerated or frozen. Bread Machine: 1 package Bob's Red Mill Low-Carb Bread Mix; 1/2 cup + 3 tbsp water; 3/4 cup whipping cream; 2 tbsp canola oil; 1 egg, slightly beaten; 1 yeast packet (included in package). Add the ingredients to the bread maker in the following order: Warm the water to 85-90 degrees F. Pour into bread machine pan. Add cream, oil, and egg. Add bread mix. Make shallow well in the center of bread mix. Do not break through to liquid portion. Add yeast to the well. Set bread machine to normal bread setting, medium crust setting, and 2 lb size. Start bread machine. Bread cycle will take approximately 3 hours and 10 minutes. Baking by Hand for Conventional Ovens (package makes 1 loaf): In mixing bowl, add warm water (90 degrees F), yeast and 1 tsp of the bread mix. Let stand for 10 minutes. Warm cream to 90 degrees F and add to the yeast mixture. Then add oil, slightly beaten egg and bread mix. Combine and then knead mixture for 8-10 minutes. Place in a well-greased bowl and turn over to grease top. Cover and let rise in a warm place (85 degrees F) until dough doubles in size, approx. 1 hour. Preheat oven to 350 degrees, punch down and form into loaf, fold ends under. Place in greased loaf pan and spray top with vegetable oil spray. Bake for 50-60 minutes. Cool before slicing.
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Top Customer Reviews
The odd taste some people mentioned is probably the soy flour. If you chew a bite down to the end the litle chewy bits that are left are the soy bits. If the taste of TVP (textured vegetable protein) bothers you, you probably won't like this bread. I'm not crazy about it but if I put enough intense flavored stuff on it I don't notice it.
NERD ALERT! Math ahead! Skip to the bottom line of you don't want to know the nitty gritty number munching details.
The weight of this mix is 16oz. That equals 453.5g. One serving is given (in the nutrition facts drop down button) as 21g dry mix. There are 21.59 servings per mix (453.5/21=21.59). I cut my loaf into 1/4" slices and got 16 slices. That's not even close to Bob's figures. Not only that, my slices are so thin and floppy that I have to toast each piece to get it stable enough to make a sandwich.
If the carb count is what you are looking for, a 1/16 loaf slice is 28.34g. This is 7.34g more than Bob's slice. That's about a third more. so according to the nutrition facts Bob's slice has 9g total carbs and 4g of that is dietary fiber (which you don't count because it isn't digested.) you are left with a net 5g carbs per Bob's slice.
My slice is about a third bigger or 12g total carbs and 5.1/3g fiber for a total of 6.Read more ›
First, make sure that you have added sufficient water! I bake a lot and use my bread machine a lot, and the recipe on the bag was far too dry for the bread machine! I first added all the ingredients in the correct order to the bread machine. When I checked the progress, I noted that the dough was far too dry and not holding together. I added an entire extra cup of water to get it right. If you have not added enough water, the bread is going to turn out a lumpy mess. So, keep an eye on it in the bread machine.
Second, do not eat the bread until it has cooled! If you do, it will have an awful, gummy, slimy texture and taste like flax seeds, which I do not like. I was going to toss it but decided to give it until morning and I am very glad I did! So, let it cool, preferably overnight, then slice and toast it. I was very pleasantly surprised, it has a great mouth feel, makes nice crunchy toast and is yummy!
Third, for those who are not getting the bread to rise are you using chlorinated tap water? Thats a no-no it will kill the yeast. Use bottled or filtered water.
If anyone knows something to use in place of heavy cream, please do tell, that is too much fat for me.
Don't give up, this really does make great low carb bread!
Bake on! : )
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hard to get it right in the bread machine. Will not buy again for use in the bread machine.Published 1 month ago by Jo Ann Andrews
They changed the labels on the bag so that the bread machine recipe is no longer included. Here it is copied from Bob's Red Mill web site:
3-1/2 cups Low-Carb Bread... Read more
There are very few times in my Life that I've used the word "Hate", and never in relation to an inanimate object. Read morePublished 2 months ago by OnlineShopperChick
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We make pancakes and challah bread with this. My kids don't love it but my husband and I are ok with it.Published 4 months ago by Inna Zimmerling
Easy to prepare, follow directions and add more water. My favorite low carb bread.Published 4 months ago by mary tukcer
Best low carb bread mix I've found. After reading other reviews I doubled the water amount the package says and it comes out big, fluffy and perfect in my bread maker. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Nast