I'm pretty sure I know what you're thinking - that looks too much like bread to be SCD-legal! I agree. And I am also happy to tell you that it feels like bread, is super fast and easy to make, and brought back vivid memories of English muffins pre-SCD. What more could you want?
On our trip to visit my family for Christmas, my Mom whipped out the ingredients for these and made one for me. Within five minutes, I was happily tasting it, and in awe of the ease involved and texture produced.
The original recipe was made for the Paleo diet, and we found it on RunningToTheKitchen.com. We changed a few things to make it SCD-legal and a little lighter.
The result is quite revolutionary for the SCD.
This bread is so quick and easy to make, meaning less time needed in the kitchen . . . which can be particularly helpful on busy mornings! It's a perfect base for a breakfast sandwich, BLT, or simply to enjoy alongside any meal. Just toasted and buttered alone, it is great!
The Cinnamon-Raisin version is my favorite, although the plain version is really good, especially if you have other flavors alongside or a yummy spread.
I have to add that when we traveled, I brought along all of the ingredients in a small baggie except the egg white and hot water, which I added at the hotel (we carried eggs in our cooler). We also took along a bowl to cook it in, and since we had a microwave in the room, I enjoyed it for breakfast at the hotel. Very easy travel food if you have a microwave!
Curious yet? Here's the recipe!
Here is the printable.
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