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GramnGramps "Bread"

Posted by Solitary Dancer on October 1, 2006

Faux Bread

Basic Recipe:

6 egg whites
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
4 egg yolks
3 ounces softened cream cheese
pinch of salt

Beat egg whites & cream of tartar until VERY stiff. Turn bowl upside down & if the whites don’t slide, they are stiff enough.

In a small bowl mix together the other ingredients. Gently fold the yolk into the whites using a spatula.

Generously spray a couple of cookie sheets with pam.
Spoon out mixture into piles on cookie sheets. I spread the mixture out to about the size of a slice of bread. Don’t get it too thin or it will be too crisp. I usually get 10-12 “slices” depending on the size of the eggs.

Bake at 300 degrees about 35 minutes. They will be lightly browned.

Using a spatula, remove them to a wire rack to cool. When cool, put them in a ziplock bag and store in refrigerator. Make some holes in the bag so they won’t get soggy.

We eat them with hamburgers instead of buns. They are GREAT!


2 Responses to “GramnGramps "Bread"”

  1. Lorena said

    This is the same as revolution rolls from Atkins, but with fewer egg yolks. Try adding flax meal, salt, and a little guar gum for more chewiness and flavor. You can also make thise into pastries by adding splenda and cinnamon. Top with SF syrup for a real treat!

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