Medifast recipe for Bread -- Don't Scream At Me?

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Okay, if I recall, recently Orangeblood or someone asked Nutrition about using some sort of low carb baking mix. The response was maybe we could have 1-2 TBSP. most. I have to go find the post on the Ask the Nutritionist board. It's there. Unless it was one of my crack days Anyway, I did an experiment today...(WHY am I always in TROUBLE?) and it was unbelievable.

Of low carb baking mix. It added 5 gr. of carbs and 50 calories. So, I looked at the Medifast snack crackers...they are 12 gr. of carbs and 50 calories.

A real live piece of bread/muffin. Soooooo good. Ok so let the MediNazis tear me a new one. Sigh. I had to share..

Comments (7)

For the Aktins baking product is that total carbs?.

If it is truly is only 4 you may be able to use this as your "snack" for the day..

That was from Nutrition after Orangeblood asked. Whew. I knew I wasn't nuts...

Comment #1

Could you post the whole recipe please ma'am. I may have to test this one out ASAP! You are great for experimenting. Where is orangeblood with the camera when you need him!?..

Comment #2

I just got my order of Carbquick( lo carb bisquick) I am going to dry something out tomorrow...

Comment #3


All I did was take Martha's fabulous muffin mix below, made it with the blueberry oatmeal and some sf vanilla syrup and vanilla extract...but I added the 2 TBSP of low carb baking mix to the dry. Mine is from Bob's Red Mill and it has 10 gr. of carbs per 1/4 cup and 100 calories. So if 2 TBSP is 1/2 of 1/4 cup then it would be 5 gr. of carbs and 50 calories. You will have to add a little more water to it too because of the baking mix.

This was soooo good. I thnk I can do it a few days a week and count the mix as a snack. No more crackers for me if I can have this. I usually put crackers in my soup as a snack (gave up the evil peanut butter some weeks back) so this is my new "snack." Let me know how you like it. Those 2 little TBSP really turn the oatmeal into bread.

I think that this much is okay. I thought it was not enough before. Enjoy!.

In a bowl:.

1 pkg Oatmeal mix.

1/2 tea baking SODA (Box).

1/2 tea baking POWDER (Can).

2 TBSP. low carb baking mix.

Splenda to taste.

Spices to taste (Dry only).

In a 1 cup measure:.

1/3 cup water - might need a little more because of adding baking mix.

1 tea white vinegar.

1 tea vanilla (or to taste, or other liquid flavor).

1-2 TBSP. sf syrup of choice.

Have a mini bread pan sprayed and ready to go. The oven should be preheated to 350..

You MUST have everything ready to go before you mix the wet and dry as the chemical reaction takes place quickly and we want to trap as many bubbles as possible..

Mix the dry ingredients well, and then mix the wet ones. Pour the wet into the dry and mix up to a smooth batter as quickly as possible. Pour into pan. Bake for 15-16 minutes..

Turn out of pan immediately..


Comment #4

Nancylynn...let me know how yours works and what you do with it too!..

Comment #5

I am planning on adapting an old Bisquick recipe my Mama used to make called Impossible Quiche. With Egg Beaters, Fat Free Cheese and broccoli and maybe yellow squash plus some of the Carbquick. I'll let everyone know...

Comment #6

Hi Judy! You are silly.

Nancilynn let us know. By the way I put this stuff in oatmeal pancakes this AM. I only used ONE TBSP. this time so 2.5 gr. carbs and 25 calories. It made the puffiest, fluffiest "real" tasting pancakes...

Comment #7

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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