Italian gluten-free protein bread


Do you like the taste of Italian cuisine? Italian ciabatta with great taste? So do we! That’s why we’ve prepared a special bread mix so you can bake gluten-free, high-protein Italian bread at home. For athletes and anyone on a low sugar diet, it contains only 0.07% sugar.

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We’ve combined healthy, gluten-free flours from golden flaxseed, almonds, coconut and amaranth, and in the right additions along with free-range eggs, we’ve created a blend that will allow you to enjoy Italian bread for breakfast.
Bread contains trace amounts of carbohydrates and sugars – only 0.07g per 100g of weight!
Instead, it contains as much as 24g of protein and 18.6g of fiber. This makes it an ideal sandwich base for anyone who cares about their line and can’t consume sugars – for a diabetic, or a person on low-carbohydrate diets such as the Keto diet.

1 package is used to prepare 600g bread.

Ingredients: organic defatted golden flaxseed flour, defatted almond flour, egg white (free range), organic defatted coconut flour, defatted amaranth flour, golden flaxseed, raising agent: sodium bicarbonate, antioxidant: ascorbic acid (vitamin C), pink Himalayan salt, spices.

May contain nuts, oilseeds, peanuts and shell pieces.

Method of preparation:

1. pour the contents of the package into a bowl, add 420 ml of lukewarm water and mix. Wait for about half an hour.
2. you can add additional seeds, salt or spices (cumin, basil, garlic, rosemary…) if you like a more pronounced flavor
3. place the dough in a baking pan or form a loaf or buns of any shape on a baking paper lined tray
4 Put the cake in an oven preheated to 190 degrees and bake for about 50 minutes

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