Sukrin Protein Bread Mix 220gr
Healthier Protein bread with oats and sesame Rich in protein (15 %) Wheat, soy and yeast free Only 2 grams of carbohydrate per slice! Easy to make, no kneading necessary This is the perfect bread for those who want a gluten-free bread with plenty of protein and fibre, and a luscious, soft consistency. The bread contains no wheat, yeast or soy, and is also without whole kernels and seeds. We’ve used oats, sesame seeds and almonds flour. This makes the bread extremely rich in protein, with less than a tenth the carbohydrate content of a wholemeal bread. In addition, the bread is rich in vitamins and minerals.
Easy to prepare
The bread mix just needs to be mixed with water, left to sit for 5 minutes and then shaped on a sheet pan. The water can be replaced with milk, quark, yogurt, crème fraiche or other dairy products. The bread will keep fresh and moist for several days, and also freezes well.
|Per 100 g finished bread||kcal||protein||carbohydrates||fat||fibre||salt|
|Funksjonell Mat bread without kernels||138||15.4||3.9||5.1||7.5||1.3|
|Average whole wheat bread||225||8.6||42.7||2.2||4.4|| |
- Preheat oven to 175 degrees.
- Mix 400 ml water and the bag contents together.
(You can replace all or part of the water with milk, yoghurt, sour cream or other dairy products. The total liquid content should be about 400 – 450 ml)
- Leave the batter to rest for 5 min, then shape the bread on a sheet pan.
- Bake for about 60 minutes in the middle of the oven. (For buns: 20-25 min.)
- The bread is best kept in a bag in the refrigerator.
- Freeze any bread you will not eat within 4-5 days.
Flour (sesame, almond, oat), egg powder, fiber (psyllium, peas), pea protein, sweetener: erythritol (Sukrin), raising agent (bicarbonate, diphosphate) and mineral salt (sodium chloride, potassium chloride).
Net Weight : 220 g
Nutrition per 100 g dry mix:
Calories: 348 | Protein: 39,0 g | Carbohydrates: 9,9 g | Dietary fibre: 18,8 g | Fat: 12,8 g
There are many ways to add variety to the Healthier Protein bread mix:
- You can add finely-chopped sun-dried tomatoes, olives or dried herbs to the dough.
- For sweet, high-protein buns: add a few tablespoons of Sukrin Gold (and raisins/nuts, if desired).
- Bake the bread in muffin tins, and add the desired meat/vegetable/herb filling to make delicious, healthy savoury muffins
- Use the bread mix as pizza dough. Mix the dough as instructed on the package, spread out flat over a baking sheet, preferably with a bit of oil on top. Bake for about 15 minutes before adding your desired topping and bake until the cheese has melted.
- The bread mix can be used to make healthy and high-fibre wraps. You must then add a greater amount of water, so that the mix is slightly more fluid and easier to spread out. Shape into tortilla wraps on a baking sheet covered with baking paper, and bake for approx. 10 minutes at 200 degrees.
- You can also make hamburger buns or hot dog rolls from the mix.