Product-Low-Carb Gingerbread Gourmet | KetoDiet Blog

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Almost Christmas! In the first few days I stopped trying to cook at Christmas. I want to cook and prepare meals for my family, for free, and feel as unrealistic as possible to adjust what I want in small cells.

Now that I have been inside for a while, I know the best. Christmas is good, if not better, than those taken in the luggage.

These gingerbread cookies are soft and clean and so they are decorated. You can cut traditional gingerbread or any features you like. You can decorate with your kids and make a wonderful gift. Enjoy!

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Nutrition (as well as cookie)

1.9 grams
1.1 grams
3.6 grams
5.6 grams
1.4 grams
73 calories

Total Carbs 3.1 grams
Fiber 1.1 grams
Gidon Net 1.9 grams
Protein 3.6 grams
Fat 5.6 grams
what is complete 1.4 grams
Calories 73 kcal
Magnesium 22 MG (5% RDA)
Potassium 92 MG (5% EMR)

Macronutrient area: Calories from sites (11%), protein (20%), fat (69%)

Ingredients (set up 30)

Gingerbread:
Royal Icing:
Tips:
  • Gold Client can be changed for a different taste, but it helps with this color of gold and good taste.
  • Yacon syrup (5.6 g of 2 tsp) can be replaced with blacklassp molasses (8.5 g thickness of 2 tsp), or removed, but helps with this color of gold and flavor rich.
  • If you want to make these 100% cookies less expensive, instead of butter you can use the correct number that can hit the date. *

Instructions

  1. Prepare all ingredients. (In a small bowl of bread it is best to use the meat and vegetables).
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  2. Mix all dried ingredients into a large bowl. Dissolve butter and add it, with eggs and vanilla, to a dish of plenty.
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  3. Beat on the bottom until soft shades.
  4. Explain on a piece of memory and shape in a quiet sense. Refrigerate was made at two or two nights.
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  5. Make the oven up to 170 ° C / 340 ° F. Remove the dough from the refrigerator and divide into three or four quarters.
  6. Work at the same time and store the rest in the refrigerator, roll between two in paper paper and up to almost 1/2 cm (1/4 inch) thick. Disorders the disease using a choice of products. Repeat with the remaining dough. Note: If the dough starts to feel a little easier and hard to hold, simply re-in the refrigerator for five minutes or so.
  7. The gas is between 8 and 12 minutes, depending on size if cookies. Set for cooling dresses until cool.
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  8. To dye, remove the sweet aroma in a generous bowl and add eggplant and lime. Mix it on the floor until it is connected until it is smooth.
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  9. To test your equation, perform the eighth test; Find a mark on the top of a glass with a knife and make it a few seconds until it disappears into the courtyard. The eighth one will give you the perfect balance. If you need it thin, add a little water at the same time.
    Suggestion: To get cool, I use some of the free download on xylitol and I make the same audio created in the dictionary. grow up.
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  10. Save to strengthen in room temperature.
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  11. Save in case, for up to a week.
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