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Coconut, flaxseed and dates wheat bread

Tuesday, July 13, 2010



Made this amazing bread yesterday. The recipe is frm the following link, just made some changes replacing raisin with dates, almonds with cashew. I need to work a way out to replace the 1/4th cup oil used here to make it healthier.

kitchenswathi.blogspot.c
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raisin-bread.html


When I ran through the recipe calculator for 15 servings, it showed 200 cal/ serving! Oops, very disappointing!
Then, I replaced oil with yogurt and calculated again, this time it showed 170 cal/serving. 30 cal less. Wouldlike to try it again and see how it turns out if I replace oil with yogurt.

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  • CHARUV81
    Looks great!
    3388 days ago
  • AARONSGIRL420
    Hi, I stumbled upon your page and I thought to offer a substitution. In many cases where sweet breads call for oil, you can easily substitute apple sauce. This way you might even be able to cut some sugar out (if the recipe calls for any).
    3410 days ago
  • KOMAL53
    Lovely and Yummy---I just adore all kinds of Bread!!!!If you know how to scale down the Fats DO post the Recipe----for Folks like me in it's present Avatar--it's a total no-no!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3416 days ago
  • SRITHI97
    Looks yummy! will give it a try with raisins and almonds. thanks for sharing
    3416 days ago
  • SHRUTI23
    Hey Rekha,
    So nice that you are into baking :)
    I plan to start baking too !!

    Yeah as pointed out by Madhu, raisins n almonds were a better choice.
    3416 days ago
  • SAASHA17
    looks delish!! why not try ghee instead of Oil...or apple sauce...usually apple sauce can replace eggs sugar and oil...take care
    3416 days ago
  • *MADHU*
    Looks emoticon
    BTW...I guess raisins have less cals (and sugar) than dates and almonds less than cashews :)
    3416 days ago
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