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1 (16 ounce) jar creamy roasted almond butter
1 1/2 cups stevia/xylitol/sugar
1 tablespoon Alcohol free vanilla extract
1 1/4 cup unsweetened cacao powder
1/2 teaspoon celtic sea salt
1 teaspoon aluminum free baking soda
1/2 cup water or more as needed
In a large bowl, blend almond butter until smooth with a hand blender
Blend in eggs, then blend in sugar and Alcohol Free vanilla
Blend in cacao, salt and baking soda
Grease a 9x13 inch Pyrex baking dish
Pour batter into dish
Bake at 325
No, there isnt any yeast in this recipe. there is lemon juice, baking soda, xanthan gum, and some recipes have apple cider vinegar. both have had the same odor..with and without APV. i have changed up flours and everything. there are three things i have changed. i purchased a ceramic Paula Deen loaf pan flax seed flour and also I am letting the dough set..like the recipe calls for..for up to an hour..then stick into oven.
I cant imagine any of these affecting it. baffled..
I like you have a rank smell to the breads i have baked. i have tried all sorts of flours..and had no luck. I have used Oat bran, millet, brown rice, sorghum, buckwheat,almond, and coconut flours. all of them have the same smell...and darker in color when i know Brown rice flour isnt. i am thinking/wandering if it may be some ingredients causing it instead of the flour. but i dont know.. It tastes fine but it smells horrible. I have even added cinnamon just to mask the smell. its helped some but not enough for me. I love the smell of bread and this homemade stuff stinks.
I would love to know myself what the smell is.. I was googling about it and ended up at this comment...so i am new here.