Spring is here and you know summer is not far behind when the berries get ready for harvest.
This recipe for Blueberry Skillet Bread THM S Low Carb is a result of our recent visit to Mayberry Farms wonderful all natural blueberry farm.
We were delighted to have the honor of being their first customers for the 2018 blueberry harvest!
Top left is the THM Friendly “Bisquick” which resulted in helping me successfully create these unique, low carb, version of the Melt In Your Mouth Biscuits that we had enjoyed so much in the past while using the traditional Bisquick.
Just a few modifications on this recipe gave us the Southern Style Biscuit in a Mug !
Then came the Low Carb Personal Pan Pizzas; using this mix. These have been a big hit because they combine the functionality of a hybrid mozzarella bread with the style of a real pizza crust and the convenience of a mix. This Blueberry Skillet Bread is another pan bread adaptation, like the pizza crust, but mildly sweet rather than savory.
And of course, if you have a low carb bisquick you need to make an “impossible pie” that makes it’s own crust so I used it to re-create one of our families favorite Spinach Bacon Quiche and we love it.
We were so glad to see that our two grandaughters felt right at home over at Mayberry Farms in Huntington Texas. Several years ago, the girl’s mom helped her dad and I build it, with a lot of help and encouragement from other family and friends.
It is now the site of this wonderful blueberry farm and owned by some friendly, kind-hearted folks that welcomed us with open arms to check out the old home place!
Do you love desserts and bread containing blueberries?
You might also like this:
Lemon Blueberry Poke Cake Low Carb THM S ~ Nana’s Little Kitchen
Blueberry Coffee Cake with Cream Cheese ~ My Montana Kitchen
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Please remember! This bread contains flavorless cheeses for texture and although the cooked texture is remarkably similar to a normal pancake type bread, the process to get it there is different.
I used a lightweight oven proof, non-stick like this one (I got mine at a thrift store) but if I hadn’t had one I would use a stainless one and line it with parchment. Aff link:
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Attention: Please read the notes on subs at the bottom of this post. Also, I am VERY close to getting my print function back on these recipes and I will add it as soon as I can! Sorry for the inconvenience. <3
- 1 cup low carb biscuit mix
- 1 cup low-fat mozzarella
- 1/4 cup low fat cottage cheese
- 1 cup carton egg whites
- 1/4 cup almond milk, or more to thin the mix*
- 1/4 cup sugar-free maple syrup*
- fresh or frozen blueberries to sprinkle on top and sink into the bread
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Spray oil a 10″nonstick type skillet*(see notes for pan subs). Set aside.
- Add the first three ingredients to a food processor or blender.* Process for just a few seconds until mixed well.
- Pour in the egg whites, almond milk (or other nut milk) and syrup or sweetener (if using).
- Process briefly* until smooth and pour into the skillet and sprinkle the blueberries over the top of the batter.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes or until a cake tester comes out clean.
- Pass the Sugar-Free Maple Syrup!
In place of the 1/4 sugar-free maple syrup in the bread, you might sub in an extra 1/4 cup almond milk, 2 T Gentle Sweet (or 1 T Pyure) and 1/2 tsp maple flavoring.
Process the dry ingredients well but once the liquids are added process briefly to avoid overmixing the baking powder and wet ingredients.
If you don’t have a non-stick skillet you may use an oven-safe stainless skillet but you will need parchment paper under it. I love my cast iron but it’s just too heavy for this skillet bread.
Refrigerates and reheats very well for leftovers or make-ahead breakfasts. 🙂
Need some great sugar free syrup recipes? Here’s a roundup of some of my favorites! Nana’s Syrups and Sauces Collection.