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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Low Carb Cheese Breadsticks Recipe

For those of you that came to the last session, this is the "bread"stick I made for you.
Of course, it's not truly bread, but it will be the fix you need when you are really craving bread to go with a meal.
LC Cheese Breadsticks

1 1/4 cup shredded mozzarella
1 egg, beaten
2 tbsp. coconut flour
1 tbsp. heavy cream
 2 tbsp. butter
1-2 tbsp. Italian seasoned parmesan cheese (or use regular plus garlic powder & Italian seasonings)
Preheat to 350.
Melt cheese in microwave carefully. Don't burn it or you'll need to ditch it. My microwave takes about 1 minute, 15 seconds.
Add egg, coconut flour and heavy cream, mixing around.
Switch to hands and knead well to thoroughly mix ingredients into a dough. You can microwave for 10 seconds or so if it loses pliability.
On baking pan, put parchment paper or a silicone mat, then the dough, then another layer of parchment paper on top. Roll out and reshape as needed to get a rectangular shape with consistent thickness.
Score the breadsticks into strips so they'll be easier to cut after baking.
Bake for around 15 minutes (check it after 10-12 minutes) until golden edges occur.
Remove and cut with pizza cutter.
Brush melted butter over the top and then sprinkle cheese and seasonings on top.
Be aware:
If you eat the whole thing...
737 calories, 57g fat, 13g carbs with 6g being fiber, leaving 7g net carbs.
That's a LOT of calories and sort of high on carbs. We still must be mindful of calories, even though they aren't the devil they've been made out to be.
This is best served as an accompaniment with another dish,
 shared with others.
This recipe was slightly modified from a recipe I found at
Let me know how it turns out if you make this yourself.
BTW, Sam's Club has a HUGE 5lb bag of Organic Coconut Flour for a little under $9 currently. This is a phenomenal deal.

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