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Trim Tuesday Talks - Let's talk white bread!

Page 242 is a game changer. Low Carb bread has been revolutionized by the Trim Healthy Mama sisters!

What am I talking about?
Wonderful White Blender Bread! WWBB as you'll see it floating around the world wide web.

I was definitely skeptical trying out this new recipe found on page 242 of the new cookbook Trim Healthy Table. I've had some blunders in the kitchen with low carb recipes....although I am definitely getting the hang of it now!! Really, when I started THM back in '13 I really hated trying to make a low carb anything work....bread, cookies, cakes...but now?? As long as the budget allows, I LOVE BAKING THIS STUFF! {sweets, breads, etc}

This WWBB stayed fresh in my fridge for 5 days, yes 5, without spoiling...it lasted that long because 1. it was only me eating it....sorry not sharing! and 2. I wanted to have enough to last me the week for quick breakfast options and lunches!

I used this bread for toast with eggs, grilled cheese sandwich, toast with peanut butter for a quick snack, french toast-->what can I say? I missed white bread. Also a very awesome bonus...KID APPROVED! Need I say more?!























Try it out! It does bake a little wonky in my opinion....I'm not sure if I don't have the right loaf pan, 
but....it adds character with a funny looking top!




Have a blessed week,














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