Nili’s Baking Mix

This baking blend as created by Nili Barrett.   I happen to think it compares to the THM baking blend quite wonderfully,  so, with her permission, I thought I’d post it on my blog since she doesn’t have one.

* Update
I personally have had great result switching out the collagen powder for whey protein powder in equal parts.

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Watch her on her YouTube channel

 

Thank you Nili for putting in the hard work for this great alternative.

1 cup of Golden Flax meal (100 g) Buy Here
1 cup of Coconut flour (100 g) Buy Here
1/3 cup + 1 Tbsp Almond Flour (40 g)Buy Here
2 cup Oat Fiber (180 g) Buy Here
1/2 cup + 3 Tbsp Hydrolyzed Collagen (70 g) Buy Here
2 Tbsp Glucomannan (20 g) Buy Here

Mix together all ingredients and store in an air right container.  Measures scoop for scoop with the THM Baking Blend.

Thank you Nili Barrett <3

With Love,

Chrissy

55 thoughts on “Nili’s Baking Mix

    1. It's a term used within Trim Healthy Mama, that means low fat, and low carb. Fuel Pull
  1. I am allergic to nuts. Can I substitute something else for the almond flour?
    1. In the question above you said you can NOT use xanthum in place of Gucci-is this a mistake?
      1. nope, not a mistake......I've tried this only once and it turned out terribly. I had always worked from the understanding you could do this until I put it to practise and found I'd made a triple batch that was almost unsalvageable. So I strongly suggest purchasing the Glucci specifically for this recipe.
        1. I've heard people have had success with using Psyllium husk. I'm not sure of the conversation amount though.
    1. It's been a long time since this comment! But I figured this might help someone - I have read of folks substituting ground psyllium husk for oat fiber in other low-carb baking recipes, and while I have not tried it, I can see how they might behave similarly in a baking blend. Psyllium husk is usually pretty easy to find locally (look for it with laxatives!), unlike oat fiber. I can buy it ground in the bulk bins at my local Sprouts.
  2. What could you replace the collagen with? It's the only thing I don't have :(
      1. I have replaced it with protein powder before to with great results.
      1. Awesome! one more question. I wanted to make a gentle sweet copycat from pyure and xylitol. Have you any idea what the measurements might be? I have all the ingredients and on a budget.
        1. I actually have another blog post for DIY sweetener blends https://chrissybenoitinlove.com/2015/11/01/diy-trim-heathly-mama-sweeteners/
        1. if you plan to make savory creations with the blend, vanilla isn't the taste you'll want. If you only plan to make sweets it would be ok.
    1. Not really that I know of Ashley. However to could search for a different mix that doesn't use it. You'd likely have good luck that way. :-)
    1. Hi Vicky, oat fiber and oat flour (which is what you get when you grind oats) Gwen from Gwen's nest has a blog post that address this wonderfully. http://gwens-nest.com/oat-fiber-vs-oat-bran/
    1. It does for me here in Canada. I believe Nili mentions in her video that I have linked how it compares in the states.
  3. Hey..love the video. I think one reason the fiber count of the THM blend is higher could be related to how fine they ground the flax seed. I know you mentioned the larger particles in their blend. Going to try your recipe. Really need to get more bang for my buck with special ingredients. Thank so much!
  4. I need the recipe for the super sweet and gentle sweet blends. Can't afford to order. THANKS!
    1. http://chrissybenoitinlove.com/index.php/2015/11/01/diy-trim-heathly-mama-sweeteners/ Hope that's helpful <3
    2. http://chrissybenoitinlove.com/index.php/2015/11/01/diy-trim-heathly-mama-sweeteners/
  5. Hi Chrissy, would you happen to know what size of bowls Nili is using to bake in? Thank you!!!!
  6. I've tried subbing xanthan gum for glucci and it was an awful result. I would stick with the glucci.

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