Posted on 20 January 2012. Tags: induction bread, low carb bread, low carb coconut bread
3 large eggs ( whites and yokes separated)
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
3 oz of softened cream cheese
1 tablespoon coconut flour ( I use Bob Redmill Brand)
I didn’t see the method under the ingredients. I like to double check my preparation to follow all the steps. It’s hared for me to remember the video. You make it seem so easy.
Wanted to say how much I enjoy all your videos. I use my Roku all the time.
If I make extra buns how to store them …thank u Jay
Please tell that sweet baby of yours that I am so happy to hear that he likes them : ) It’s a big hit at my house as well, are you on Induction? I have been on Induction for about 23 days now and I am doing quite well. I want to encourage you to keep going, we can do this!
Jay, I first saw your videos on Youtube and then was so happy to find your website, lowcarb360.com. I made my the coconut buns today and they are _amazing_. When I saw you make them on the video, I thought they might taste all right but that they would likely have a weird texture. That is not the case — they are very bread-like. My nine-year-old son, who is a notoriously finicky eater, loves these. He asked me to tell you “Thank you for teaching us to make healthy biscuits.” You and I have exactly the same amount of weight to lose, so the best of luck to both of us! 🙂
Your welcome! You will really enjoy the coconut buns. I order the coconut flour at Netrition here http://www.netrition.com/cgi/goto.cgi?aid=3167&pid=230-0013
Hi Jay.. looking forward in making the Coconut Bun Now that I’m an EXPERT in the Nurger Buns…Hee-hee-hee. I can’t find the coconut flour in my local grocery or WFM(whole food market) stores. I might have to order it Online. Thank-You Again
Hi Barbara, great tip on the coconut flour : )
To Sharon… I make coconut flour with the pulp left over from making coconut milk in my Vitamix. I squeeze as much milk out as I can, then put the pulp into my dehydrator. I push it through a sieve before using it in recipes. I store the rest in the freezer. Coconut flour is just defatted coconut meat. I’ve made milk and flour from dried coconut flakes as well (use unsweetened, of course). Hop this helps! Hi, Jay!
Hi Fritz, thanks for the lovely compliment : ) Are you using coconut flour and are you using the cream of tartar on the egg whites? When I take them out of the oven they do not fall they hold there shape. I make a sandwich by using two buns I really don’t cut through them. I hope this helps. Let me know if you have more questions.
Your recipes and videos are awesome! You keep me inspired. I have a question about these – I think I am doing something wrong….the buns look like yours when they come out of the oven but within a few minutes they are flat as pancakes (really delicious pancakes tho’). I am wondering if I need to add more or less of something to make them hold their “bun” shape so I can cut them in half and make sandwiches. Any advice will be appreciated 🙂
Thank you so much, I appreciate your kind words and thank you referring someone to my recipes.
Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. One of my followers was looking for exactly this, so I sent it to her in a message. I will also post it on my site with a link to your site because it will help a lot of people. I love it!
in reply to the Cream of Tartar, according to Wikipedia, it’s real name is Potassium bitartrate.
Here’s the page in Dutch: http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaliumwaterstoftartraat
Can i make the coconut flour at home ? What kind of coconut should i use ? I make my own almond meal and flaxseed meal in my blender. Hope to see many more recipes, thanks a lot. Sharon
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Ok so u have a million and 1 recipes but are you losing or have lost any weight? I seen your youtube video and decided to check out your blog. I too am inspired by drew carey losing 80 lbs. I’m curious to know if you’ve lost any weight. If so, post before and after pics thanks
Do you mean Philadelphia cream cheese? Is so, then yes : )
Hello from Holland! Unfortunately I don’t know of a substitute for cream of tartar. My guess would be to just make it with out it, I think this will still work well.
Thank you for the support Linda, I appreciate you taking the time to leave such a lovely comment. I hope you enjoy the coconut buns : )
Oh.. And I’m from Holland, we don’t have cream of tartar? What can I use instead? Also cream cheese is a problem.. Can I use Philadelphia instead?
These look yummy! How much carbs do they have?
I’m so glad to have found your website! Very excited to try the coconut bun recipe. I will certainly be following you on your journey to better health. Thank you.
These look great! Can they be frozen?
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