Hi! I live in Europe but I’m a Sabahan who goes home every year for a couple of months for Chinese New Year. So I started keto about 2.5 months ago for weight loss and the result is pretty good. I’m due to return to Malaysia in a month’s time and I had a mild panic attack assuming that I won’t be able to get keto-friendly product. Created a ridiculous list of things to bring back too! After reading your post I feel a lot better now, phew!
Sabrina Amran, a precarious girl in her 20s who loves anything that screams ‘food!’ . She is convinced that food-romance is real and the only form of true love on planet earth. From day one, she knows she’ll find true love if she follows her passion, which is none other than eating! From Curry to Coffee to Cinnamon Rolls, she consumes almost everything edible but not everything la (obviously!). This is Sabrina, a girl in her 20s, she is most definitely ready to explore the world of cuisine and more with her audacity.
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I wish I could prepare this recipe for my beloved mum next Sunday (I can imagine she won’t even notice that it’s a low carb recipe! She’s always so skeptical to these kind of recipes), and share a cinnamon roll with her, but unfortunately I struggle with dairy. I’d think to substitute butter with ghee (the only dairy product I consume without problems), cream cheese with coconut cream (adapting the amount, should be enough reducing 1/3), but what about mozzarella? Any suggestion? (No cashews please.) Thank you in advance if you can help me. Your blog is always a wonderful source of inspiration 🙂
4.) Fill the dough into a loaf tin lined with baking paper. If you don’t use a silicone loaf pan line ALL SIDES with parchment paper so the bread will release easily. Smooth the top, but don’t press down too much – keep as much air in the dough as possible. Bake at 180 Celsius / 350 Fahrenheit for about 45 minutes or until a knife inserted comes out clean!