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Hi Suraya…..stumble on yr site while surfing for healthy oils as i make my own oils namely coconut, peanut, sunflower and flaxseed….own consumption and selling to close relatives and friends. Since my husband’s episode of ” heart attack” few years ago, i’ve started realizing that our staple diet among malaysians are full of sugars, fast food and carbs. The more i research the more I’ve come to realize that the main ingredients are so full of preservatives, colorings and additives….This keto diet that i’ve come across so frequently nowdays has made me thinking of trying it but with the mentality especially for asians….rice and flour is a must have on our dinner tables including my husband….i can only wonder.
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Mine didn’t rise properly at all 🙁 I followed all your tips about room temp eggs, fresh baking powder, not over mixing to keep the air in but it is so flat. I added milled flax seeds as I like their texture in ‘bread’-y recipes; could they of caused the lack of rising? However, it LOOKS like bread with an actual crust and is VERY tasty with sesame and poppy seeds on top.. they’re just tiny slices
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This recipe is perfect. I did half a batch and made six rolls. I used the correct amount of almond flour simply because I didn’t have the nuts in my pantry. These rolls are perfect and moist. I also added some pieces of chopped apple as a treat because it’s apple season and my goal was low carb not Keto. I’m so happy I found this recipe. With winter coming this will be a great treat.
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This recipe sounds (and looks) delicious. I’ve always adored good cinnamon rolls like my grandmother and mother used to bake. Sadly, those aren’t possible anymore. I’m hopeful that this recipe will come fairly close. I know confectioners Lakanto isn’t on your sugar replacement list but my question is, will using it change the outcome of the rolls? I have a large bag of the confectioners and none of the granular.
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Reading all of these and I may be able to help with some of the issues people have. As far as doubling the recipe, works great for me, just have to increase the temp to 425 to start, first 10 minutes, then drop to 325 for the remainder. Higher start temp gives it the jump you need, lower temp after gives it the ability to bake without burning. Milled flax seeds add a slight bit of unnecessary oils, not much, but oils work best with normal flour. Try whole flax seed on top instead. I have been making this bread alot lately with no issues, I hope no one gets shys away from this recipe because of poor results, just keep trying. You will be glad you did.
For Jessica – You can use any of the sweeteners appropriate for keto recipes. (Xylitol has a higher glycemic index.) I do not understand why recipes always call for a specific low carb sweetener – unless it is because whoever posted the recipe gets a commission if you buy the product they recommend. As a matter of fact I have a conversion chart for Natural Low Carb Sweeteners that came from Wholesome Yum!
This is without a doubt the best keto bread I have tried to date. The taste and texture are spot on! I did add half a tsp of cinnamon and about 5 drops of stevia because I’m making this to replace homemade whole wheat cinnamon raisin bread. Reader beware this bread is dangerously good! I definitely need a smaller loaf pan to get a more square sandwich bread shape, the 9×5 made a flat thin loaf.
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I just started the keto diet and being Malaysian like you its so hard to give up the good ol Malaysian carb laden food like the karipap(which is my fav). So stumbling on to your blog is heaven sent. I am so going to try this karipap out. Thank you for making this keto friendly. Im gonna keep following your blog to see if you manage to ketofy(is this even a legit word…lol) any more Malaysian food.