Trim Healthy Mama Bread!

“Trim Healthy Mama Bread”


Who doesn’t love a delicious sandwich every now and then? Well no need to feel deprived if your shying away from regular bread these days in order to slim down! Check out this better than bread option to keep the pounds coming off and satisfy that bread craving!


Check Out the Recipe Below!



Trim Healthy Mama Bread!

Ingredients: an egg or egg whites * golden flax meal and optional almond flour * baking powder * coconut oil or butter * sea salt and other optional seasonings



1. Put ¼ cup egg whites/egg beaters or one whole egg in a small dish or large coffee mug – whisk well with a fork.
2. Add 2 Tbs flax meal and 2 Tbs almond flour or use 4 Tbs flax meal if you don’t have almond flour.
3. Add ½ tsp baking powder (we use aluminum free).
4. Add 1 tsp. coconut oil or butter.
5. Add a pinch of salt and other seasonings of your choice like garlic powder, Italian seasoning or even rosemary.
6. Stir vigorously – microwave for 1 to 1.5 minutes depending on your microwave or bake in the oven at 350 for 12-16 minutes.



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29 comments on “Trim Healthy Mama Bread!

  1. Cheryl Willis says:

    I was curious – is the type 2 diabetes fear privy to only the European/Western situation? I have many “other country/culture” friends who really feel left out — their very heritage put on the chopping block….corn & rice being a staple for them; no food allergies involved. They’re thankful for the ability to produce a meal. Wheat & honey are two foods basic in the Bible. Is the wheat “bad” today due to deprivation of the earth’s soil & the production companies messing with the seed (GMO)? Is this where the gluten problem slips in? We never dealt with this when I was growing up (farmland – western Oregon – I’m almost 60 now). Honey is an amazing satisfying food. These are questions that I have in my heart. What is the fear of the “sugar spike” if it is a normal up & down that the body works with after a meal or a snack? Is it simply that we are prone to make bad choices in our groceries and meal/snack planning? (the break down of the Proverbs 31 woman – instead of flourishing in that area – the dictates of feminist revolution thought, etc., breaking the blessing of the Word) I don’t want to create a rift in the Body by pointing out some of the warning flags that have been going off inside my heart. Yet – I have a lot of questions. The next generation is going to reap what we sow. And – we have to give answer.

  2. Terri Bonin says:

    Cheryl, good job for using your Thinker and not just riding a new wave. It’s important to ask questions and to know why we make changes along the way. I had the same thoughts several months ago when I read THM because I have given birth to 11 children and have been able to maintain a healthy weight, flat tummy etc. eating a little differently than THM. So I wondered about it. So I studied further.

    When I attended a Wheat Belly luncheon where Dr. Davis was the main speaker, I began to understand the problem with grains and gluten. While he does not have a biblical worldview he does a good job breaking down what has gone wrong with today’s grain and why it has become toxic to our bodies causing weight gain and sickness. 1) It IS GMO. 2) The land never rests (on the 7th year) 3) and it is hybrid. There’s more but that’s all I needed to know.

    I would have brushed off his information if my 4 year old had not been experiencing symptoms I could not clear. I have studied nutrition both formally and informally and I was baffled at my son’s health problems. When grains…(NOT SIMPLY GLUTEN) but grains were omitted from my child’s diet, his health and vitality returned. Watching him suffer and then heal was the only science experience I needed to know that what Dr. Davis teaches about grains is (unfortunately) true.

    Honey, bananas, raisins and such: I don’t believe these are the problem causing pancreas issues. The junk we deny we eat is the problem for most people. You’ve seen people eat a candy bar, drink a diet coke and then say, “Oh I don’t eat bananas!! They make me fat!” Like you stated above if we did not eat so much fake food all natural foods would not be such a problem, but most people fill on our side of the world fill their bodies with fake foods doing much damage then when they decide to get trim and healthy even natural sugary fruits must go in order to achieve the trim part. Does that make sense?

    Anyway, I don’t have all the answers but I LOVE how the THM are helping SO MANY women get back into their jeans and how Dr. Davis is helping people regain health and vitality.

    Thanks for speaking up!
    Laundry Mom Terri

  3. laundrymoms says:

    Bravo Ladies…We all must take responsibility for our health! Asking Questions and digging for answers is the first step for us as Momma’s and for our families!…Our lives depend on it!

  4. Kali says:

    I love this conversation and authentic digging for Truth! Thanks Cheryl for your thoughtful and articulate questions.

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  6. Ashley says:

    Just wondering… How does this recipe turn out looking like sliced bread in the picture if you’re baking it in a mug? Help!

  7. Kim says:

    This sounds great, but I have two questions: 1) I don’t have a microwave anymore. Is it necessary to do that step or can I just put it in the oven for a couple more minutes? 2) Can it be baked in something other than a mug? Thanks!

  8. laundrymoms says:

    Hey Kim…We don’t use a microwave either and the oven works fine!…might use a small ceramic baking dish :)…this will work for more of a bread like “sliced” appearance Ashley 🙂

    Hope this helps!

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  10. Donna says:

    yes if it is in a mug how does it look like a sandwich??

  11. laundrymoms says:

    Hey Donna 🙂

    Try this option we posted above……”might use a small ceramic baking dish :)…this will work for more of a bread like shape for a “sliced” appearance!”


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  14. Jennifer G says:

    If you use a whole egg instead of egg whites, would you leave out the butter/coconut oil?

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  16. Sandra says:

    I am new to THM so is this bread an S? If not what category will it fall into?

    • laundrymoms says:

      Hi Sandra! That bread is an S. I’ve updated the post to reflect that, thanks for catching it!

      ~ Meggan 🙂

  17. Cara says:

    This is really good! I just stared THM, and am (former) bread addict. Made this today, and it is great. Thank you!

  18. Cara says:

    *started*, lol….

  19. Teresa & Brian says:

    Wow! This turned out yummy! Kinda like an “all-grain” bread texture. Honestly, I was scared to make it because I didn’t want to waste ingredients if it didn’t work out. We’ve tried THM “bread” recipes before & were disappointed & annoyed at wasting the expensive ingredients. Definitely going to try making it in a square dish & then toast it 🙂 or grilled cheese sandwiches! Thank you so much for brightening our meal outlook! ☆☆

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  22. Lorraine says:

    Can I use THM baking blend?

    • laundrymoms says:

      Hi Lorraine! It would probably work out just fine with Baking Blend. Let us know if you try it!

      ~ Meggan 🙂

  23. Cynthia says:

    Finally, a “bread” recipe I can live with. I did add a pinch of garlic powder to the batter, yum. Anyway, I just wanted to add a different way to cook the bread. I used my mini-waffle maker to cook a half recipe. It didn’t stick and the texture was excellent.

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