Back to SW again
The only gadget I've bought that I use for low carb is a waffle maker to make chaffles, but I bought a multipurpose one and the kids use it for paninis too.
Yep that's about the only thing I bought for LC, and mine is the same - 3 different types of plates, used it about 3 times, very handy to have. I have a food processer but haven't used it once - but what has been useful is a hand blender to make cauli mash from defrosted cauliflower. I've also got an electric grater which has been good for things like grating cheese and courgettes - but you can always do them by hand.
interested in making "keto bread" and "keto asian noodles" and loads of other stuff but some ingredients isn't readily available here (ie aldi or tesco) and ones to order online are larger (expensive) packs. plus I want a good range of (not out of date) herbs / spices / seeds etc etc.
Just too much to get setup with everything at once and xmas around the corner plus my brain might explode if I try and look into more stuff.
Aldi haul was boring but I did get some dark choc (totally blaming @ladyfelsham as she was on about it yesterday(?) )
Yeehah on the smear, great news!!!
And sorry about the chocolate lol, but really, we're all human and need something yummy to look forward to . (she says through a mouthful of nut bar lol).
Re keto bread, there are loads of recipes out there, but why not start with the fathead dough recipe - which only uses mozzarella cheese, ground almonds, cream cheese and egg - all of which I can get from Morrisons for under a fiver (and you'll have almonds and cheese left over)
You'll also find this recipe on page 60 of the WTF? Cookbook.