Okay I have finally made April’s Low Carb Sweet Bread. I know I am probably the last blogger on the planet to take the plunge but…hey better late than never right? I made a few modifications though…here is what I did:

  • 1 cup egg substitute
  • 1/2 cup hot water
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 2 tsp liquid Stevia
  • 1/2 cup flaxseed
  • 1 1/2 cup wheat bran

Mix all ingredients together and bake at 375 for 30 minutes (or until toothpick comes out clean).

Serves 8:

My recipe (per slice): 72 calories; 2.7g Fat; 10.4g Carbohydrate; 0.3g Sugar; 7.1g Fiber; 6.2g Protein


It was really good…and I definitely am excited to experiment with different flavors and add-ins. I have tons of ideas from all you people out there who are already making it and putting your own stamp on it! 🙂 Thanks everyone and of course, the fabulous April!! Keith has already had 3 peices…looks like I will making it again sooner than later! 🙂


30 Responses

  1. Apparently I’m the last!! This sounds great.

  2. I haven’t made it, you’re not the last!! It does look so good!! Do you think I could use oat bran instead of wheat bran?? Not sure what the difference it, but maybe it could work?

  3. Yay I’m so glad you liked it!! I love how yours came out much less calories.. I may need to make your version! 🙂

  4. I’ve never heard of it but sounds delicious! Maybe I’ll be next to make it 🙂

  5. I haven’t tried it yet lol. Looks good though!

  6. Yum…I love it with some almond butter or bananas and honey on top.

  7. I make April’s bread too but by April I mean me! LOL!

    Mmmm…bread. I’ve got one more low carb day and then Thursday i’m eating a sandwich with 2 slices of ezekiel! Yes, it doesn’t take much to make me happy.

  8. O I need to try this! I haven’t even heard of this bread, so you aren’t the last blogger to make this! looks so good

  9. no, i haven’t made it yet or even SEEN it! awesome, i’ll try it!

  10. you’re not the last one…promise! i have yet to try it, but it looks awesome!

  11. Never even heard of it….looks awesome though!

  12. Looks good… It’s it a strong cinnamon bread? Would raisins be nice in it I wonder?

    • No it isn’t strong cinnamon flavored at all. I was actually thinking of adding more cinnamon next time. I think raisins in it would be AWESOME!

  13. Oh yum! I want to bake it…but knowing me, I would eat it all in one day. 🙂

  14. How have I never heard of it. Mmmm, raisins would be good. I feel like it tastes like Irish Soda Bread. Any similarities?

  15. Never heard of it. But it looks like bread – and that goes for me in my book :)…yeah I bet you raisins and cinnamon would be awesome…with a bit of syrup…and anything slathered in a nut butter wins 🙂

  16. I’ve never made it. Looks good though.

  17. You are NOT the last, I’ve been meaning t make it for a while now…looks perfect!

  18. great job on the bread!
    and the last post re snoring, Scott is a HORRIBLE snorer. As in i kick him into the guest bed b/c I cannot take it. I dont get any sleep some nights other wise. It’s horrible. And when he’s snoring really badly, he’s not getting restful sleep either, no one “rests” when they are being that loud!

    Nooch. Excellent, too! Glad u got it!

  19. I’ve never heard of it but that looks great…..and a little too easy. But if that’s the case, I will have to give it a try!!

  20. Your variation looks great! I may have to try “Kelly’s April’s Bread.”

  21. Ooo this sounds like a great recipe to try out. I’m intrigued by what it could taste like with such different ingredients! Awesome job, Kelly!

  22. Oooh, I want to try that! Thanks for sharing, girl!

  23. I had not heard of this delicious bread!! It looks great and so healthy too. Thanks for the recipe 🙂

  24. Now THAT sounds and looks quite something, I must say. And I vote for mucho cinnamon. I’m such a fan of that heavenly spice.

  25. That looks good, I think I would add more cinnamon also, I tend to pour it by bulk into my coffee, so why not bread.

  26. Not the last one, girl! I haven’t tried it! But now I think I will!

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