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

53 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. 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!!!!

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