{Savory: Breadless Bread}

Behold!

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This “bread” doesn’t have a lick of flour in it. It is made purely from Macadamia Nuts! This does make it a bit on the fattening side, but as we all know, nuts have the kind of saturated fat that is good for you – as long as you eat it in careful moderation. This bread not only tasted delicious, but it SMELLED like bread, and cut like bread and even that that bread crust ring.

If you are hankering for some carbs and need bread but don’t want to actually eat anything made from grains, try this Macadamia Bread less Bread Recipe.

{Macadamis Breadless Bread}

  • 5 eggs (medium to large size)
  • 1 cup raw whole macadamia nuts (made into butter per the instructions)
  • 1/2 cup coconut butter (nuke 20 seconds to get a smooth butter)
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 rounded teaspoon baking soda

Instructions:

Place the macadamias into a typical large home-kitchen food processor and process on high to achieve a part butter, part chunky nut meal. While running on high still, drop one egg down the chute and wait for the sound to stabilize to smooth (about 20-30 seconds), then do the same with the second egg. Once the processor is running smooth again, add the remaining 3 eggs down the chute. You should have a very smooth batter by this point. Shut down the processor and add the remaining ingredients, except for the lemon juice and baking soda. Turn it on low this time, and once everything is all mixed (20 seconds or so), introduce first the lemon juice down the chute, then the baking soda. Mix for a few more seconds.

Place the batter in a standard 8 1/2 bread pan, greased with butter, ghee or coconut oil. Bake at 350F (175-180C) for 35 minutes. Remove from the pan and set on an elevated rack to cool.

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