Coconut Flour Mini Flat Breads [Gluten free low carb R e c i p e ]

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That feeling when you have just found a new guilt-free, tasty, easy-to-make treat which happens to be gluten free as well. Whether this intolerance is just in our heads or not, whether carbs making you fat is just a diet myth, we can all agree we feel a bit bloated eating bread daily and this 3 ingredients coconut flour flat breads could be a perfect replacement. They are not only super delicious, but they also keep your tummy flat!

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The coconut flour subtle taste make these flat breads perfect in both savory and sweet dishes. Serve them with warm curries or as antipasto with vegetable spreads, olives tapenade or goats cheese and avocado. They also make a good snack slathered with chocolate spread and fruits or peanut butter and jam.

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What you will need for the mini flat breads:

75 gr (1/2 cup) coconut flour

25 gr Psyllium Husk Meal

60 ml melted Coconut oil (you might need 2 tablespoons more)

250 ml Boiling water (you might need a few tablespoons more)

Mix the coconut flour with the psyllium husk meals. Add the melted coconut oil and the boiling water. Stir with a fork until the water and oil are incorporated. If you don’t have a doughy texture yet, add a bit more oil and hot water as needed.

Once the dough is formed, give it a quick kneading, roll it out on clean work surface and cut rounds using a oiled drinking glass and bake them in the oven for 20 minutes in the preheated oven at 180 C.

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