100g Almond meal/flour 100g Flax seed meal/flour 4 tbs wheat bran 2 tbs whole wheat flour 300g low fat greek yoghurt ( Quark ) 8 egg whites ( I use 1 cup egg from carton ) 2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt
mix all ingredients ( will be very wet dough ) , line loaf pan with parchment paper sprinkle sunflower seeds and then fill in the dough, sprinkle a few more seeds on top and bake at 300F for 1 1/2 hours
it is very dense but delicious, the ingredients I use come to about 28 total carbs and I get 14 slices of bread , make sure you count yours since different brands have different carbs
Did not work in my bread maker , but it is a very simple one. It just did not bake long enough, depending on the oven it will take about 1/12 h to bake, although my friend made it in a fairly new oven and it took only 1 hour.
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