Introductions can be awkward, they can be hard, and they can be the deciding factor in many relationships due to the importance of first impressions. I won’t try to pretend that introducing a recipe is any easier. In fact, it is more difficult to introduce a baked good than it is a person.
I can’t very well say “Sally Reader meet my friend Mr. Baked Good. I met him the other day over breakfast”.
However it comes out, I would like to introduce you to Mr. High Fiber Whole Wheat Cinnamon bread. And although I did meet him over breakfast the other day, what I really want to tell you is that he is a high fiber, single serving, microwaveable breakfast recipe. What more could you need to know?
High Fiber Whole Wheat Cinnamon Bread
•3 tbsp whole grain flour
•1/2 tsp yeast
•3 tbsp warm water
•1 tbsp coconut flour
•1 tbsp psyllium husk
•1/4 tsp baking soda
•1/4 tsp baking powder
•2 tbsp egg whites (about 1 egg)
•2 tbsp pureed pumpkin
•1 tbsp almond milk
•1 tbsp tea/water
•1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
•cinnamon, dash of salt, vanilla extract, desired sweetener
1)Mix whole wheat flour, yeast, and warm water and let sit over night.
2) In the morning add the remaining dry ingredients, mix well.
3) Add the wet ingredients, adding the apple cider vinegar last.
4) Microwave for 4 minutes flip, microwave for 2 minutes on a reduced power setting
5) Slice, toast, and top!
A little bit of preparation due to letting the yeast flour mixture sit overnight, but it gives the load a real bready taste and is totally worth the effort.
Not typically as high protein as many of my recipes, but I made this the day after my half marathon when I was still craving carbs. The stats are approx: 24g carbs, 1g fat, 9g protein
This is not meant to be a cake or I would have added something sweet and something oily. This recipe is a cinnamon bread recipe and taste exactly that way. The yeasty taste surprisingly reminded me a bit of doughnuts too!
Your microwave will cook this differently depending on what size dish you use. A smaller dish may leave the center very moist.
I’ve been on a toasting spree and have been toasting almost everything. This cinnamon bread toasts up perfectly leaving the edges nice and crispy and a perfect base for butter.
Now, I will try never to personify my edibles again. Although I must say if makes like much more fun
-*-*-*-*-*-For real, do you find introductions with people difficult or stressful?