Guilt free high protein low carb 180 chocolate bread


Guilt free, gluten free high protein low carb 180 chocolate bread

high protein bread

By 180 Nutrition

I didn’t know this was possible. But this high protein low carb 180 chocolate bread is simply divine! Guilt free and gluten free, with the only thing needed is 15 minutes of your time and the ingredients to put this together. This loaf makes for the perfect snack or dessert giving you a small slice of heaven.

Prep’ time: 5min

Bake time: 20-25min

Oven temp’: 180°


Step 1

Mix the 180 Natural Chocolate Protein Superfood and the hazelnut meal into a bowl. Add the mashed banana and egg yolks along with the mineral water. Mix thoroughly. Beat the egg whites until stiff then fold them into the mixture.

Step 2

Pour into a loaf tin.

Bake at 180° for about 25 min or until cooked. No longer though as it will get a little dry if over cooked.

To serve you could put cottage cheese and strawberries on it or mashed banana and cinnamon. Play and have fun with the toppings because this is seriously delicious guilt free chocolate… Yum!!

Big thanks to Caroline Howe for the recipe!

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    9 Responses to Guilt free, gluten free high protein low carb 180 chocolate bread

    1. Amanda
      September 19, 2012 at 2:04 pm

      Would almond meal work for hazelnut?

      • Caroline Howe
        September 20, 2012 at 1:52 pm

        Hi Amanda,

        Yes almond meal will work too. It will probably be a little less prone to drying out with almonds too and should be just as delicious.

        It’s the first bread I’ve made that my daughter loves to eat!


    2. Julie
      September 21, 2012 at 8:30 am

      When it says mineral water in the recipe do you mean sparkling mineral water or just plain water?

      • 180nps
        September 21, 2012 at 4:26 pm

        Hey Julie, I’m sure Caroline would have ment filtered water or just still water… Hope that helps…. Guy

        • Julie
          October 3, 2012 at 5:43 pm

          Thanks for that.

    3. Tracey Thompson
      September 24, 2012 at 12:32 pm

      Hi , just wanted to say I made this & I used sparkling maineral water so it was nice n bubbly when I added it , also I used almond meal instead which worked fine , maybe next time I will add some cinnamon for more flavour , I took it hiking & it went down very well for a snack

    4. Kylie Ryan
      September 26, 2012 at 10:42 am

      Yep I made it with almond meal, and it tasted a little dry when it was still hot from the oven, but the next day after sealing it in a container in the fridge it soaked up a bit more moisture and is really nice… YUM. Great recipe. I’m going to experiment next time with adding a little coconut oil as well, for added moistness. Thanks!

      • 180nps
        September 26, 2012 at 11:08 am

        Hey Kylie, let us know how you go… I do find that the coconut flour is pretty absorbent…

    5. Kitty
      September 29, 2012 at 9:23 pm

      Oh my gosh…..this was so amazing!!!!
      Sooo hard to stop at just one piece!!!
      Thanks for the recipe :-))

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