Saturday, 14 November 2015

Low Carb Baking Mix Collection {FREE DOWNLOAD}

As summer approaches for us and I am surrounded by new life I have been encouraged once again to resume my Trim Healthy Mama journey.

I recently purchased the NEW Trim Healthy Mama Cookbook and have been searching for a low carb baking mix to use in more of my cooking.

I have found some really great recipes on pinterest, Facebook and the internet and needed one place to keep them all.

You can download your FREE pdf HERE


None of the Baking Mix recipe’s contained in this round up are my own invention. Each one has been lovingly put together by the passionate cooks around the web.

I have linked each baking mix recipe to the original source on line. Follow the links for the complete recipes and recipe cards. IF an author does not have a printable for their recipe I have typed it out and included it here.

PLEASE be sure to visit these lovely blogs and encourage the cooks who have freely blessed us with these recipes.

Do you have a favourite Low Carb baking mix? Please leave a link in the comments and I will update and add them to the post and to this download.

Blessings
Chareen

PS There are a couple of recipe’s here that I could not find the original source text for. If you know where they are from please let me know in the comments so that I may give the author credit for his/her work.

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FREE Low Carb Baking Mix Recipe Collection Briana Thomas Baking Mix Sheri's Gluten Free Baking Mix Rayes Easy Baking Mix Moma's Low Carb Baking Mix

Baking Mix Recipes on the web

**A couple of things to note ...

  1. Oat Fibre is NOT Oat flour or Oat Bran and those two cannot ever substitute for it. Oat Fibre is bran with all the starch stripped from it and is fat and carb free. Currently very difficult to find locally; only online or through the Aussie Mamas store. The only product you can sub for it is Psyllium (found at any health food or major supermarket).
  2. Integral Collagen/Collagen Peptides are the NON-setting Gelatine. Currently this product is not made in Australia and the only options are the Great Lakes GREEN tin, the THM brand. It has mega health benefits especially for those with arthritis/joint issues.  
  3. Protein Powder is Whey Isolate. Only ISOLATE. Whey Concentrate and blends are not on plan.
  4. Flax meal is also called Linseed in Australia.
  5. Gluccomannan is another difficult product to buy locally. Again, Aussie Mamas have it available, or order online from iHerb or similar, or sub with xanthan gum (will not get the same health benefits) or leave it out.
  6. Almond meal and flour are interchangeable. Almond flour is made with the plain almond nut, the meal is coarser and made with the whole almond (including the skin). Doesn't make any difference to the end product.
**Some items are not available in Australia or other countries.

Low Carb Baking Blends

*Baking Mix (FP) by L.Slote

1 c oat fibre
3 tablespoons coconut flour
2 Tablespoons almond flour
3 table spoons golden flax meal
½ teaspoon glucomannan

 Nutrition for ¼ cup serving: 2.9 grams fat, 1.3 grams carbs
*Found on Facebook

Homemade Baking Mix

2 cups Oat fiber 1 cup
3 TBSP coconut flour
1 cup Collagen Peptides
¾ cup + 2 tsp golden flax seed meal ( if you have whole, grind half that amount of whole and you get the right amount of meal)
6 TBSP + 1 tsp Blanched Almond flour
3 TBSP + ½ tsp Glucomannan powder

**Found on Pinterest

Baking Mix (S)

1 ½ cups Oat Fiber
1 ½ cups Coconut Flour
¾ cup Whey Protein Isolate
½ cup Flax Meal
2 Tablespoons glucomannan

Replace cup for cup with flour.
**Found on Pinterest

*Alternative Baking Mix

1 ½ cups oat fiber
1 ½ cups coconut flour
¾ cup Almond Flour
¾ cup Whey Protein Isolate
½ cup ground Golden Flax
2 Tablespoons Glucomannan
2 Tablespoons Collagen Peptides

Nutrition for ¼ cup serving: 4.1 grams fat, 2.3 grams carbs
*Found on Facebook

*Jen’s FP Baking Mix 


1 ½ cup Oat Fibre
1 ½ cup coconut Flour
¾ Cup Almond Flour
¾ cup Whey Protein Isolate Powder
½ cup Golden Flax Meal
2 Tablespoons Glucomannan

Nutrition for ¼ cup serving: 3 grams fat, 2 grams carbs
*Found on Facebook

*Zoe’s Baking Mix 

2 ⅓ Cups Oat Fibre
200 ml Coconut Glour
⅓ cup Oat Flour
½ cup Ground Golden Flax
½ Cup Almond Flour
½ Cup Whey Protein Isolate
2 Tablespoons Collagen Peptides
2 Tablespoons Glucomannan

Nutrition for ¼ cup serving: 3.3 grams fat, 1.6 grams carbs
*Found on Facebook

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4 comments:

  1. Chareen, what a variety of baking mixes! I really like that there is not just one "perfect" way to do this...or really THM in general. I am just dipping my toes into THM but haven't gotten to the baking yet. I'm loving me a Trimmacino though!

    Thank you for linking up to Bountiful Living! :)

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    1. You're welcome :) I agree I love the way people are freely sharing what's working for them

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  2. I have Brianna's baking mix in my fridge. I'm trying to get the courage to make something with it. Do you have a post on your THM journey?

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    1. No post on my journey yet Kemmi. I'm trying to get the courage to write one ;) I love Brainna's blend it's opened up a world of things for me to bake

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