I read a post with a recipe for sandwiches made with Tapioca Flour. I had no idea it existed.
Thank you Xena Purrsuit of Flavors: GF Muffins for Sandwiches | Xena Schnauzer Warrior Princess and Lucy (wordpress.com)
I rushed to the health food store, purchased the flour and other items seen yesterday. Any thing that would make me think i am eating Bread but has no white flour.
I bought without PLANNING, and ended up with all the crackers have flax and so does the made fresh in store almond butter.
You can guess what that did!
The small jar is Yoders Homemade Apple Butter, no sugar added and only 10 calories per spoon.
This Apple Butter is saving my life by giving me low cal, sugar free Good taste.
My food plan 1240 calories per day and I Eat 3 meals, 2 snacks a day.
Fruits, veggies, salads, hummus
lactaid cottage cheese and milk.
Please tell me protein ideas that are not meat, eggs, protein drinks
I struggle with meat, and
Eggs gag me unless they are drowned in catsup, or covered with cheese OR wrapped in BREAD
Any ideas on how to hide eggs will be appreciated.
I am Lactose Intolerant oy vey and must be gluten intolerant also.
Whte flour aggravates my IBS this does not
After reading the Calorie content of the muffins, 295 each, and I only eat 1250 calories a day. I tried to think of something I love that I use white flour.
Daddy's hoe cake came to mind. Flour, egg, milk, oil and fry in fry pan. I love one for breakfast.
It is like cornbread consistence but made with flour.
Daddy made a big one for all of us, but I make a one person one.
I decide to make one using the new flour
I used 1/4 cup Tapioca flour, 1 egg, pinch of salt, olive oil and Milk to right consistency
whipped it together in a bowl, sprayed my little pan and it made two of these about the consistence of a crepe.
I did not realize the open one was blurred and I ate it. ha ha
I spread peanut butter and apple butter inside and folded over.
Any thing that goes in a crepe will work. also made one with cheese. yum.
It turns out 2 of these with filling is 300 to 350 calories which is what have for breakfast.
ideas are limitless.
1. It’s Gluten-Free, Grain-Free and Nut-Free
2. Low in Calories, Sugar and Fat
for the benefits and all you want to know about the flour click HEREIt did NOT make me crave more flour or any other food. I can now have my flour and eat it too..
Of course NOT every meal. I made mine one crispy one not. loved it both ways.