With Keto baking, texture is important. Acacia is a wonderful source of fibre that gives Keto baking a wonderful texture and mouth feel. It brings the light springiness back into Keto baking goods.
You'd want this in your diet to support being regular (which can be rather painful if you're not) and manages cholesterol (which is a good thing to do).
1:1 with a portion of the almond flour in a recipe to make the texture finer and squishier. It makes baking lighter and not as dense.
1:1 for psyllium husk to make baking taste less earthy.
Benefits and Claims: Gut Health, Mixes easily in liquids, Fibre rich, OK for daily use
Features: Prebiotic and Probiotic, Certified Organic, Vegan, Non GMO
Macros: NC 0gm
Allergens: Not manufactured with yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, fish, shellfish or tree nut ingredients. Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.
Keto Friendly Recipes using this Keto Ingredient:
~ New improved cloud bread uses 1 Tbs Acacia fibre
~ Diet Doctor Keto Bread - uses 5 Tbs Acacia fibre instead of 5 Tbs psyllium husk.
~ Keto Queen low carb keto protein bread loaf use 25gm or 1/4C of Acacia Fibre instead of 25gm psyllium husk.
~ Sugar Free Gummies - add 1 teaspoon for prebiotic gut health
~ Bulletproof Coffee by Diva of DIY