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Chocolate Collagen Bread

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This is a life changer. I am a lover of chocolate & bread so this took my heart. Ok, seriously though. This Chocolate Almond Flour Mix is super clean with only 7 ingredients. It has almond flour, organic coconut sugar, cocoa, arrowroot, organic coconut flour, baking soda & sea salt. It’s gluten free, soy free, dairy free & has no gums/emulsifiers. YO, THERE’S NO PRESERVATIVES. I’m all up in this!!

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Topped with Wild Friends Chocolate Almond Butter & Trader Joe’s Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds

Recipe Yields: 12 loaf slices (or less if you like them thicker like me)

-1 Box Simple Mills chocolate mix
-2 eggs
-2 egg whites
-1/3 cup almond milk
-1/3 cup nomva probiotic/applesuace
-1 tbsp vanilla extract
-4 scoops Vital Proteins Collagen
-1/2 cup chocolate chips

1. Preheat oven to 325 F.
2. Grease a 9 x 5 loaf pan & set aside.
3. Whisk together the eggs, almond milk, probiotic & vanilla extract.
4. Add chocolate flour mix and collagen into wet mix & gently incorporate together.
5. Fold in desired amount of chocolate chips.
6. Pour into your greased pan & sprinkle the top with more chocolate chips 🙂
7. Bake for 25-30 minutes.

DO ITTT. You won’t regret this recipe!! I’ll be making this again reaaaal soon because my loaf isn’t going to last long 😛

Nutrition Facts (1 sliced loaf):
Calories: 152 calories
Carbs: 17 grams
Protein: 8 grams
Fat: 8 grams
Sugar: 9 grams


8 thoughts on “Chocolate Collagen Bread

  1. Do you think I could substitute applesauce for the probiotic and whey protein for the collagen?? Looks delicious!

    1. You can definitely sub applesauce for the probiotic! However, whey protein of collagen, i’m not tooo sure because protein powder soaks up more wet ingredients than collagen! so you might need to play with that. maybe try adding a bit of protein powder and see how it turns out? 🙂 Let me know how it goes whatever you decide to do!

  2. This was a complete fail? There’s vanilla extract listed in the directions but not in the ingredients list, so I had to wing it with that one. But it was extremely watery once mixed and when baked the inside exploded and oozed out of the top. I don’t understand how this recipe could produce a bread with batter that liquidy. A waste of very expensive ingredients!

    1. The batter shouldn’t have exploded. If you follow the instructions on the box & add in the collagen it would work appropriately. I’ve made this multiple times and thst hasn’t happened – i’m so sorry!

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