Low Carb Baker’s Blend

Low Carb Bakers Blend (Gluten Free, THM FP)

So I have always been one of those Make Ahead Mix kind of ladies, I love this Low Carb Bakers Blend for those moments when you are running a bit short of your THM Baking Blend or it’s out of stock or whatever.Disclosure Statement

I’ve tried just about every blend recipe that have been published previously, however we cannot use Gluccie in our home due to my husband being extremely sensitive to it.

I don’t really have a problem so I do use THM Baking Blend often for myself, but when making family size breads and treats I use this blend to enable Rick to enjoy those things with me.

I have hesitated to post this because of the many recipes that are already out there, however to be upfront and show what ingredients I am using in my recipes as well as how they work I felt it necessary to share this Low Carb Bakers Blend.

You are going to see a few posts like this from me, with various Make Ahead Mixes as well as how I store them. Maybe even a few fun printables to label things so no one gets confused.

This Low Carb Bakers Blend measures 1:1 with the THM Baking Blend and it only takes a few minutes to blend it up.

In cost comparison it really costs about the same amount per serving so this is more of a convenience item than a money saver.

Most Trim Healthy Mama’s will have these ingredients on hand and hey if you don’t a lot of them can be found at your local health food store or online through Trim Healthy Mama, Netrition, and Amazon.



Low Carb Bakers Blend
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Recipe type: Baking Mix
Cuisine: Trim Healthy Mama
Serves: 16
  1. Place all ingredients into a food processor and pulse until well combined.
  2. Store in an airtight container.
Nutrition Information
Calories: 119 Fat: 5g Carbohydrates: 14g Sodium: 60mg Fiber: 13g Protein: 18g Cholesterol: 0mg


And Here’s a Pin if you like!!Low Carb Bakers Blend (THM FP, Gluten Free) Great for Trim and Healthy Baking




  1. Ann

    I love make ahead mixes!! I need to substitute the oat fiber with something els, any ideas?

    1. Judy (Post author)

      psyllium husks work awesome to replace oat fiber 🙂

      1. Joyce

        so just double the psyllium amount to 2 c?

        1. Judy (Post author)

          you could yes

  2. Debbie

    What purpose does the collagen play in the recipe? Is there anything else that can be subbed for it? I would like to find something that is plant based if possible.

    1. Judy (Post author)

      The collagen is a pure protein source and also helps as a binding agent. Some other blends use things like protein powder in place of the collagen but I haven’t tried this recipe that way so do not know how it would work.

  3. Leslie

    What is the amount that is used for the nutrition information?

    1. Judy (Post author)

      1/4 cup


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