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The loaf before going in the oven.

Once it cooled I placed it in the freezer for 20 mins so I was then able to slice it into 12 pieces.

I made this bread for the first time, it was very easy and only six ingredients.  It’s a very dry bread and tastes good but it tastes great with some sugar free jam.

I’m thinking that I might make a savory loaf next time, maybe with jalapenos and cheddar cheese in it.  It’s dense bread, it reminds me of a nice corn bread.

Low Carb Orange Coconut Bread

3/4 cup coconut flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
6 eggs
1/2 cup salted butter, melted
2 tablespoons granular Splenda
1 tsp orange zest

Sift the
coconut flour and baking powder in a small bowl and set aside.
In a medium bowl or use your electric mixer whisk together eggs, butter, splenda and orange zest.
Add the dry ingredients and whisk until the batter is smooth with no lumps.
Spread in a greased parchment paper lined 8×4″ loaf pan.
Bake at 350º for 40 minutes.
Remove from the pan and cool on a rack.

Can be frozen

Makes 12 servings
Per Serving:

Calories 134

Protein 4g
Carbohydrate 4g
Dietary Fiber 2g
Net Carbs 2g


Comments on: "Low Carb Orange Coconut Bread Recipe" (3)

  1. Marisa! I love this bread especially with the jam!! It makes a tasty breakfast and it’s very filling. Thanks again!


  2. Kitchen Stadium said:

    YUM!! and no, I didn’t really have a good time. It was everything that I anticipated. If the weather had been nicer it would have helped (a little bit more). It was nice to be out from under in my own house but the trade off was $20 in food — none of which I liked or ate and — well the spaghetti was OK and the pancakes were good but I took sugarless syrup and there was issue taken with that because as the woman who was in charge (and I do mean IN CHARGE) of the food as she made it clear more than once that the syrup she bought for all of us was part of the food bill. Still I argued that I didn’t want the sugar from the syrup (so back off!!!). So still, my food and freedom in the kitchen was stifled–just like it is at home for now. Gas in Calif is 4.00/gal minimum and I burned up about $25 of a $45 purchase to get there. AND I spent about $25 on backup food for myself… so all in all… .not so good. 😦


  3. Hey Brenda,
    I’m so glad you liked it. Next I’m going to try a savory jalapeno bread.

    Hey Lisa,
    Sorry to hear you didn’t have a good time on your trip. I can’t believe the nerve that she would say something about your maple syrup.


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