Low Carb Baking Mix
Trim Healthy Mama Baking Blend 1 Net Carbs
This low carb baking mix is perfect to use a base to create a variety of baked goods, pancakes, pizza crusts and can even be used as breadcrumbs. The consistency of the mix is spot on and in terms of having a consistency of traditional flour. Which is awesome because it rises well! And it makes it so your baked goods, pankcakes, etc don't have that "unique taste" that so many gluten free products do.
Carbquik Baking Biscuit Mix 2 Net Carbs
Don't be fooled by the name "biscuit mix." This is a super low carb baking mix that can make a variety of low carb treats. In addition to biscuits it can be used for pancakes, pie crust, pizza crust, waffles and a ton more. You can even make fried food with it...which doesn't really work with some other low carb mixes.
The best part of this mix (aside from that fact that it is only 2 net carbs per serving) is that all you have to do is add water! The magical ingredient that makes all the tastiness and low carb goodness possible is carbalose flour. This flour is similar to wheat flour without all of the carbs. Because it's so similar to wheat flour it produces the same delectable result as traditional, carb filled treats.
But getting back to business...I mean biscuits. If you're a lover of biscuits, you'll be happy to know that a 3lb box of Carbquik makes 90, yes you read that right, 90 biscuits! So when the holidays roll around and you're asked to bring a side dish, you can be the hero that brings the delectable, low carb biscuits that everyone is able to indulge on without packing on the holiday pounds. OR of course you can save each and every biscuit for your own enjoyment...I don't judge.
Bob’s Red Mill Low Carb Baking Mix 8 Net Carbs
This low carb baking mix is slightly higher in carbs than some other mixes. It's also not gluten free. But on the plus side it's one of the more affordable brands.
Another plus is that unlike a lot of low carb brands that are only available online, Bob's Red Mill products are carried in a lot of brick and mortar stores like Target, Walmart, Publix and Wholefoods. This is very convenient when it's 8pm and you just remembered that you're in charge of baking the low carb muffins for tomorrow morning's book club meeting. And you know damn well that if you try to pass off regular muffins as low carb, Nancy will know and call you out in front of the entire group. Because everyone knows that Nancy is real B.
This gluten free baking mix is versatile in terms of what kinds of recipes you can make / bake with it. You can use it to make pancakes, waffles, biscuits, cupcakes, cookies and way more. But the down side is that just like so many other gluten free products, it comes loaded with waist unfriendly carbs. Another downside is it has a bit of a gritty texture. In my opinion grit belongs in things like sand paper, nail files or character strength...not in food.
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