Low Carb Bagels - Coconut Flour Fat Head Dough
It saved me from giving into my bread cravings and I was able to stick to my keto diet because of it. My daughter is pregnant and recently her doctor told her to switch to a low carb low sugar diet to prevent some minor complications. I also love the pancake idea as well! It is 2 quarts of sustaining liquid, low in calories but dense in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Add the flour, pancake mix, and protein powder to the mixture and resume blending.
Low Carb Bagels – Coconut Flour Fat Head Dough Recipe
Also, perhaps a donut pan will help constrain the horizontal growth maybe. I found the taste too eggy so I might try substituting one flax egg in next time. Texture was bready which is so wacky. That dough is so bizarre. Thank you for sharing, as I greatly prefer to work with coconut rather than almond if possible.
They are similar to flax eggs and I do think it would work with either. I did two psyllium eggs and one chicken egg. The psyllium was a disaster—turns there is no agreement on the internet as to how much water to use per tablespoon of psyllium. I used a recipe that called for only 2. It was too little. It never fully mixed in. The psyllium cut the eggy taste and these were just great.
Next time, though, the psyllium goes in with the coconut flour and the water goes in separate so we get an even blend. I use them to cut back on eggs due to egg white sensitivity. I am trying it now and will report back! I think my eggs started cooking when I added them to the warm mozzarella, cream cheese and butter. Do we wait until the cheese cools before adding the beaten eggs? Sounds like you heated the cheese too long. I stir my eggs into the baking powder and coconut flour first because I get mine too hot sometimes.
I love this recipe too. This will be regular on my menu for…ever: I was not really sure about using coconut flour because it often leaves that coconutty flavour, which is good in some things but not what I wanted in a bagel. This is excellent, and I will definitely be making it again and again. I might try forming rolls next time. Thank you for the recipe. I tried this tonight and the taste was pretty good. I read the comments and it was probably because I kneaded the dough too much.
Not sure how to avoid that. I used fat free mozzarella. Could that be the reason. I hope it works out for you. Coconut flour can be a little more difficult to work with. I may try thinning the batter with a bit more liquid to see if it helps with the dryness some have mentioned. I made these again today and they look great! Measured ingredients with a scale this time. The only thing I actually did differently was to throw in the butter with the cheese when melting.
The butter took forever to melt, but it still worked beautifully. Coconut flour to the rescue! I made these bagels today, and they are great! I had a silicone donut pan so I made 12 bagels from this dough.
I did add some Seasoning to half of them. Thanks, I really like them! Thanks for the recipe. I made these a couple days ago and they tasted great. Unfortunately they did not rise and turned out like flatbread. This did not affect the taste, but I would prefer them to really turn out as a bagel so I can use them as buns.
Planning on adding more baking powder the next time, but is there anything else that could make them rise? The right amount of baking powder is key along with NOT overworking the dough. You also should get them in the oven pretty quickly. I loved these and the almond flour version. Thanks for the recipes! These were good, I have made them twice but for some reason mine did not rise correctly so I ended up with flat bagels. They were still good. Overworking the dough can result in flatter bagels.
Also, a bit more baking powder may be needed. Trying my first batch now in oven. Have you ever tried to sweeten these up a little, say with a little Splenda? Can I just say WOW!!! This might just be the key to my success. These were sooo easy and they are so good. My super picky hubby liked them as well.
Thank you so much for this recipe! Thanks so much for writing in to let us know how they worked out. Yes, if too moist, definitely cook them a bit longer or add a little more coconut flour.
Quick question, do i need to store these in the fridge or can they be stored on the counter in a Ziploc? You can probably leave them out for a day or so, but I like to keep them in a zipper bag in the refrigerator.
I tried this recipe tonight and am so happy! Thank you for the wonderful recipe. I will be making this again. I kinda gasped when I saw the amount of baking powder and after reading through the comments I wanted to ask if a combo of baking powder and soda be used successfully in this recipe? You could try a combo, but I usually use one or the other. Be careful mixing baking soda and coconut flour.
They can react and turn the bread green! I use aluminum free baking powder I usually make my own from cream of tartar and baking soda so that may be why it never happens to me. I ended up with fluffier bagels than i expected.
I used benecol instead of butter so i added about 12tbs more and i added 2 tbs ground flax powder and 1 scoop of nutrim. They taste great and are super filling and just what i was looking for.
I think i will experiment with adding some garlic powder in the mix and some sesame seeds on top next time. Even my 15yo daughter thought they were tasty. Thanks for the great recipe Lisa! I also like them a bit on the salty side. Coconut oil or unsalted butter could be used to cut down on salt as well as reducing the baking powder.
Sadly these were awful. They tasted like baking soda. I took one bite and tossed them all. The dough was crumbly, and they ended up looking like huge cookie globs.
I have noticed coconut flour can vary. I added in some extra notes to the recipe as the dough should have been wet and sticky, not dry. Also, if you used baking soda, less needs to be used than the baking powder called for in the recipe. Baking soda and baking powder which the recipe calls for are different. Hard to believe they would taste like baking soda when using baking powder. I have a child with a nut allergy so the almond flour was a no-go. Some may need slight adjustments as coconut flour can vary a lot more than almond flour.
I made these bagels before and I found the dough was really difficult to handle and found them hard to form, also they are salty tasting. I wonder if there is a mozzarella cheese that has less salt? Can you use a mixer to mix the dough and then knead it?
I tried these and the texture is much like biscuits, not bagels, actually quite crumbly. Also because of the large amount of cheese I found them much too salty. What brand of coconut flour did you use?
They have never come out crumbly for me. In fact, they should be chewy from the mozzarella. Did you weigh the coconut flour and mozzarella? Some mozzarella tends to be saltier than others. You can use unsalted butter to cut back. I doubt the other cheeses would do the same.
Both turned out the same as mozzarella. But, give it a whirl and see how they turn out!! You could try adding it and then adding in liquid water would do if needed. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. Full Disclosure Share 9K. Keyword fathead dough, low carb bagels. Prep Time 10 minutes. Cook Time 16 minutes. Total Time 26 minutes. US Customary - Metric. Mix coconut flour and baking powder in a small bowl. Divide dough into 6 pieces and roll out each piece connecting the ends to form a bagel shape. Recipe Notes Each bagel has about 4g net carbs. If using baking SODA, reduce the amount to 2 teaspoons.
Calories Calories from Fat Comments My daughter is pregnant and recently her doctor told her to switch to a low carb low sugar diet to prevent some minor complications. Thanks for sharing the add! Thanks for that comment. Could likely make it work with half the baking powder if using a donut mold. What is the best way to store these?
I love love love the Powell Perfect vanilla Icecream shake! Preheat oven to F. Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl, then scoop onto the baking pan. Cook for minutes or until the mixture is crisp. I would love to try yours and also try the powder with the suggestions you had. I enjoy both the vanilla and chocolate, but I feel I have more smoothie options with the vanilla.
I like mine in smoothies…but adding it to Greek yogurt for a pudding type treat sounds awesome! Chocolate protein powder with almond milk, PB2 and ice. My son thinks it taste like a chocolate shake, but way better for you! Our family loves the Powell protein pancakes as a nice Saturday morning breakfast treat! We use the chocolate ice cream powder for an extra fun kick. Easy—protein powder, malted milk, ice, water-blend and drink!
OR protein powder, coffee, ice blend and drink-easy and YUM. My favorite way to use protein powder is in a smoothie for after a workout and in snack balls made with oats, cocoa powder, and nut butter! I just love to fill my blender half way with spinach lettuce. Then add ice, water, a tablespoon of peanut butter. I mix that all up and then add protein powder and shake it up in my blender cup. I get my veggies, protein, and fat. It is a smoothie but I like the peanut butter: I also make ice cream in my blender with fruit and ice and a little almond milk.
We have added protein powder to it too and make Popsicles for the kids!! When im in a rush in the morning a put a scoop of my cinnamon protein powder in my coffee!
Protein plus caffine punch: Serve topped w a little PB2 and some fresh berries…yum!! Less in freezer roll into balls of about an inch in diameter. Keep in fridge covered tightly. Per ball and lots of good healthy fat and protein. Found it floating around on Pinterest. Our favorite in our house is the Peanut Butter power Bars! I cut them small because they are gone in about days! We make them at least 1 time a week! I love the greek yogurt idea! I am going to have to try that!
I also love the pancake idea as well! There are so many! Its one of your buddy Drews protein shakes. Taste like a butterfinger! I would love to find a replacement! I have not tried this kind, but love Chris and Heidi!! Even my kids love it!!
You can add a tablespoon of Nutella to make it a little more moist. Play with your toppings. That butterfinger recipe sounded great! I usually do choc protein with pb powder and banana and strwberries. I love my protein shakes with spinach and any kind if frozen fruit for a wonderful healthy shake. Look forward to making the pancakes! Mis well and cook over medium heat. One of my fav flavors is pina colada I use the Total Soy Protein meal Replacement Shake with vitamin and minerals in vanilla to make my own flavors.
Combine in mason jar, shake, let sit in fridge overnight. I had never thought of using the protein powder in a recipe! But I love them with frozen banana and a Tbls of peanut butter. Mix together well…add strawberries last and it tastes just like strawberry cheesecake…. And so much protein for a ridiculously amazing snack! I have a black bean brownie recipe that uses protein powder. A great little healthy snack with a boost of protein to keep me full! Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Oatmeal: Cook the oatmeal to your liking and add in the scoop of protein powder and then put in fridge to cool.
Once oatmeal is cooled, scoop yogurt on top of oatmeal and sprinkle chocolate chips on top and enjoy. A butterfinger shake is my favorite. I used Beverly international UMP when I was training for competition and the chocolate makes great pudding, all you had to do was add water. I like to make homemade protein bars made with oatmeal, honey, natural peanut butter cocoa powder unsweetened and protein powder.
Thanks to all other posting recipes. Delicious way to start the day! Any frozen berry works here. I took it one step ahead — bought a plastic popsicle maker thing at the dollar store — poured this mixture inside liquidy froze and Wa-lah! Green dream protein pops! The best part is the above recipe 1 serving made 4 popsicles! Talk about a snack! My fav is frozen bananas, 1 T PB2, 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, and enough unsweetened vanilla almond milk to cover the bananas. Blend it and suck it down!
The pancakes look good and gluten free too. I am allergic to egg whites, what could be used as a substitute? Looking at all these recipes is really helpful. Gonna try some new things.
I love a portable, power-packed breakfast I where I can switch up the tastes according to the day, my activities and even the weather.
Then I often add berries, a banana, or other fruit in season. I use Herbalife meal replacement. My fav is apple pie protein shake! Scoop of vanilla protein powder, almond milk, half of a diced apple or sugar free all natural applesauce a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg, ice and blend… yum! Since I am just now exploring meal replacement protein powders, but those pancake sure look incredibly tasty to me!
I really like the idea of the convenience of putting it in my oatmeal too. Almond milk Mixed fruit — strawberries, raspberries, blueberries Protein powder. My favorite recipe is as follows 2 cups oatmeal 1cup of honey 1 cup protein powder 1cup flaxseed powder 1 cup dried fruit no added sugar 1 cup organic peanut or any other nut butter.
This is to help prevent spam and ads that people often post. I keep the Bode Shake simple…. I am 47 have Hashimoto Disease and hormonal imbalance with migraine headaches. Any help would be appreciated. I want to healthy first, then lose 25 pounds. I make a protein smoothie for breakfast everyday. It makes about 32 ounces and is delicious! Protein balls, peanut butter or Nutella.
I love these made with Nutella, almost like chocolate fudge! These pancakes are my new favorite recipe, love the idea of making pancakes with protein powder!! I always put some vanilla in my smoithies with some frozen banana, pineapple, mango and spinach. Occasionally I add a bit of coconut extract for a pub a colada effect. Love reading all the other ideas and am looking forward to trying some out! I used the chocolate powder and add 8 oz milk, one banana and a tablespoon of peanut butter and blend it before going to the gym.
They are so good topped with natural honey roasted peanut butter. Im not familiar with protein powder and not sure where i can buy good products here in Canada.
Those recipes look really good!!! I recently just made banana French toast with sprouted grain bread. In the egg mixture, I used almond milk, eggs, egg whites, cinnamon and protein powder!
I love to use protein powder! My most recent favourite is Vanilla Protein Crepes! Protein shake breakfast bars. Any flavor , 1 cup quick oats and 2 C. Mix in the dry ingredients now. Put in fridge for an hour. Cut into 8 portions. Taste just like cheesecake filling. Put in some Enjoy Life Chocolate chips for a little extra deliciousness! I actually never ever tried a protein powder but I want to try some.
I just recently start following you and Chris and you are beautiful and amazing. Me and my husband started our healthy journey in October and toguether we have lost 50 pounds. I am still trying to figure out all that stuff. What to have and not to have. I have been mixing protein shakes with various different brands for years now and adding them to cereal occasionally as well. However, my absolute favorite protein powder to date is the Peanut Butter Power Fudge!!
I have to remind myself not to eat the entire pan when I make it! Thank you for the contest! Tastes like cookie dough! I like mixing chocolate protein powder with little bit of water I usually add about TB per scoop …mix to make a pancake like batter. I call it my peanut butter protein cookie. I love your blog! My favorite way to get my protein is vanilla protein powder blended with a banana, some peanut butter, some unsweetened vanilla almond milk and ice!
I love to mix the chocolate Vemma powder with banana and peanut butter! I also like to mix the vanilla with a drop or 2 of peppermint extract!
So delicious, low calorie, and full of protien! Unsweetened cranberry juice with frozen cranberries, Greek yogurt and vanilla protein powder ….
I also use unsweetened vanilla almond milk and I looove cinnamon in mine! I cant wait to try this pancake recipe- my husband loves pancakes so this way I can enjoy them too!!! I like to add my protein powder to my smoothies …..
Would love to try Powell Perfect protein! One of my favorite recipes to use my protein powder in, is to make protein no bake power balls! I like chocolate protein powder with natural pb and banana, almond milk, water and ice. Cook like pancakes or waffles sooo yummy! Mix all ingredients well spoon is better than whisk.
Spray the inside of a mug with cooking spray. Pour mix into the mug. Microwave on high for 2 minutes. I love my protein powder! I use vanilla protein powder, chia seeds, banana, almond milk and ice. I also almond milk, protein powder, and chia seeds to make a yummy pudding.
I use vanilla of whatever is in sale each week. Helps me make great smoothies to start my day and an awesome mid afternoon snack.
I call it the chunky monkey! Skim milk or almond milk One scoop peanut butter protein powder One whole banana One tablespoon peanut butter. My favorite protein powder recipe is a Pumpkin protein bar.
It uses canned pumpkin, oatmeal flour, egg whites, spices, honey, protein powder and nuts…. I love the Powell peanut butter chocolate fudge! Our kids love it! The State Food and Drug Administration reported that their officials had resolved 14 cases involving fake drugs and 17 cases involving "health accidents" at drug manufacturing facilities.
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