Here it is-- Low Carb Melba Toast. These little slices of goodness never fail to satisfy my need for crunch in my life. (Well, just my mouth, really.)
I promised you I'd show you what else can be made from the Almond Flour Biscuits and here it is.
Melba toast is very simple to make. You just thinly slice almond biscuits and pop them in a low temp oven. Then turn them over halfway through.
Then you turn the oven off to let them cool and crisp up.
They easily take the place of a cracker and you can see by the picture above that they have a great texture.
You could also drizzle with butter or olive and sprinkle with Italian or Mexican herbs and return to the oven for a few minutes. They are also great with a bit of Splenda and cinnamon. Add a bit of goat cheese and just...YUM.
After the Melba's little photo shoot, I whipped up some of my Barbecue Chicken Spread for lunch. (OOH! I have a new secret for that too and will share it soon.) It all looked so nice sitting on the plate that I took a few more pictures before diving in. Enjoy! - Laura
- Get the recipe for Almond Flour Biscuits here
- Heat oven to 250 degrees.
- Slice the Biscuits thinly, ⅛th to ¼th inch and lay on a cookie sheet.
- Allow slices to bake for 30 minutes then turn them over and bake up to another 20-30 minutes. Till golden brown around the edges.
- Turn off the oven and allow toasts to cool and crisp up completely. completely.