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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Scott 10 months ago
The base recipe is ok, but needs some tweaking as it’s very eggy. There are variations in the article that I will try out. Also I’m guessing it’d work better in a mug rather than a ramekin so one can stir it better without making a mess.
Melissa J. a year ago
These came out better than the ones using almond flour... great taste
Steph Ballard 2 years ago
It turned out eggy, even with adding sweetener and blueberries. Good for an on the go quick breakfast but not something I would make often.
Selma Moyer 2 years ago
It tasted a bit like egg.... it was spongy....., but since I did not set my expectations to the level of “conventional bread”, I was definitely not disappointed A serving of butter improves it, and I will do this again! Thnx will do his again
Kalita 2 years ago
it turned out great i will make it again just made it with cinnamon & raisins and it came out great. does not work well for me in the oven works best in the microwave
Rory Owens 3 years ago
this is great! I started a low-car keto diet and have been looking for a bread substitute. most have to many cabs to waste on a slice of bread. this is tastey and only has 2-3 carbs per serving. its also so versatile, anything from adding cheese and bacon to a spoonful of peanut butter. awesome recipe, thank you for sharing!!