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Jenny’s Daily Bread

Posted by Solitary Dancer on March 27, 2008

Jenny, over at Dr. B’s Forum posted this idea in a thread about Ricotta Cheese. This sounds really good and easy. I love easy, that’s for sure. Anyway, here’s what Jenny has to say.

Jenny’s Daily Bread


“Here’s one I createricottad some time back.. it’s really good right out of the oven.. also it’s nice split and toasted in the oven and topped with cheese.


DIRECTIONS:


Whisk together

1 1/3 cup ricotta cheese softened in microwave
4 eggs
1 cup egg beaters or 8 total eggs
½ cup cream or low carb milk
bit of stevia
bit of salt
Add 2 cups almond meal
4 teaspoons baking powder.

Mix just till blended and put into a 9×13 pan

Bake for about twenty minutes at 350 degrees


For Muffins:


Variations to this would be to halve the recipe but use 1 ½ cups almond meal and stir in 1 cup blueberries and 1/3 cup sweetener. Makes 12 muffins


Another variation is to add about 24 drops of stevia and 1/3 cup maple sugar free syrup, ½ to 1 cup pumpkin and lots of pumpkin pie spice.. Makes 12 muffins

photo credit: PastaCheese Gourmet Food Shop

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