I like to add ground flax seed to smoothies, protein shakes and yogurt (love the nutty flavor). I also make my own California rolls and use flax seed instead of toasted sesame seeds to roll the outside of the California rolls in.
4/1/13 2:38 P
I grind it up and mix it with eggs, a bit of baking powder, and not much else (sometimes yogurt or some sort of moisture), and nuke it for a bread replacer.
Many low carb sites have the "flax bread" for microwave recipe. There's also a muffin recipe quite similar.
No flour in either.
Fitness Minutes: (16,557)
4/1/13 1:42 P
yogurt, casserole, soups just about anything but I use the Flaxseed meal.
4/1/13 1:00 P
I add it to greek yogurt, mostly. Occasionally I'll put some in an almond milk smoothie with banana and other fruits, but I usually use chia seeds in those.
4/1/13 12:43 P
I add it to pancakes and waffles. It can also be used as an egg replacer in baked goods!
Fitness Minutes: (84,670)
5,104 4/1/13 10:29 A
4/1/13 10:18 A
green smoothies (for "nutty" flavor) toast with nut butter (for a little crunch) salad dressing yogurt
4/1/13 9:59 A
What do you add your flax seed to? I add it to my oatmeal and am looking for more ideas!
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