As I maybe have already mentioned I am not a kind of low carb girl. But as someone who is really interested in all kind food I have heard of those low carb flours which are made from nuts like (de-oiled) almond or coconut flour. And as a food blogger who is naturally curious and always happy to try out new things I have to buy some (okay it is a little more than “some”… actuatally I bought 1 kg!!!) coconut flour. Amittedly I have already heard baking with coconut flour requires a lot liquids. But I was still surprised how much liquids coconut flour absorbs. So if you experiment with coconut flour it’s can be very recommandable to allow the batter to rest for about 5-10 minutes, then you can see if your batter needs more liquid or not (the batter should have the same texture as you know from “normal” batter).
A few months ago i told you i am not a “breakfast-girl”, but now I must confess, that I have done a U-turn over this fact. I dare it is only a matter of habit. Since I take my time in the morning to sit down for having some granola or porridge at home, breakfast is the first thing on my mind when I wake up. I would even say this meal in the morning is my favorite one. And I love it especially on weekends or holidays, when I have all the time in the world for hot coffee/tea, juices, fruits, eggs, yogurt and freshly baked bread. Fortunatly, we have a lot good bakeries with gorgeous tasting bread here in Germany, which are also open on sundays.