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Quick Flax Bread

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run a quick search on here for the griddle cakes recipe... it also uses ground flax, and they are really tasty pancakes!

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mmm...griddle cakes...people, you're giving me pregnancy cravings! Bad!

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Are you still makimg this?

I wonder if you could make it with egg whites only?

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Actually, where does all the calcium come from?

1 Tblsp melted butter

2 large egg*

1/4 cup ground flax

1/2 t. baking powder

Mix together and then pour into a microwavable container... i use a 16 oz coffee mug.

Nuke for 3 minutes. Slice.

some people prefer using only one egg. i've never tried it that way. this makes a good bread for toasting, or for french toast.

Nutrition info per loaf:

NET carbs: 1.3

calories: 373

protien 17.2 g

fiber: 6.005 g

calcium 284. 26 mg

vitamin A: 919.78 IU

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Well, I just made it again with:

1/2 tsp oil

2 egg whites

1/2 tsp bp

1/4 c flaxseed

I microwaved it for 2 minute and had a beautifull breakfast, I cut my bread in half ,spread a little butter on it and little jam and enjoyed it alot.!

What a great quick snack to make!!!!!

1 Tblsp melted butter

2 large egg*

1/4 cup ground flax

1/2 t. baking powder

Mix together and then pour into a microwavable container... i use a 16 oz coffee mug.

Nuke for 3 minutes. Slice.

some people prefer using only one egg. i've never tried it that way. this makes a good bread for toasting, or for french toast.

Nutrition info per loaf:

NET carbs: 1.3

calories: 373

protien 17.2 g

fiber: 6.005 g

calcium 284. 26 mg

vitamin A: 919.78 IU

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Guest LadyC

cool, glad you liked it! i may have to try it again soon! as for the calcium, beats me.... but we're looking at miligrams, not grams. i don't think it's very much calcium. i could look it up in the ingredients though and see, if you want me to!

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