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hey there it’s Steve from Serious Keto
and in this video we’re gonna review good Dee’s corn free bread cornbread mix
but before we do that if you enjoy low-carb cooking videos product and
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whenever I release a new video so I picked up this good Dee’s corn free
bread cornbread keto mixture and used it to make some corn dogs in the corn dog
maker video which I’ll link to up here and honestly the texture just wasn’t
right it cooked too fast on the outside not fast enough on the inside but you
know maybe it just wasn’t meant for corndogs so I thought I would give it a
try in its actual application which is corn bread now the first thing that’s
apparent to me when I look at the texture is it doesn’t really look like
cornbread so much it’s kind of got more of a spongy cupcake sort of texture to
it but that’s fine to me if it tastes like cornbread hmm it’s actually quite a bit more moist
than any cornbread that I’ve had and I do kind of like that often times with
cornbread you just got to load it up with butter and honey just to even be
able to swallow it down because it’s kind of dry so I like that but
flavor-wise it it just doesn’t seem to be there for me you know in terms of
that real cornbread sort of taste so I like it but I don’t love it and here’s a
couple other things I don’t love first off a bag of this $13 on Amazon kind of
pricey additionally I don’t like the way it sets up the nutritional facts it’s
got one gram of net carbs per serving but that serving is 1/12 of a package or
18 grams I feel like you’re making me do math
here and that’s not what I signed up for additionally it only gives the carb
counts for the ingredients not for the actual cornbread once you make it though
really what you’re adding is three large eggs quarter cup of melted butter and
one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar so you know you’re probably not really
adding any additional net carbs to it still don’t make me do math on a label
please if you’re really really really jonesing for corn bread and you know
find that $14 for an eight inch pan of cornbread is worth it to you then maybe
you buy this for me I’m gonna say no I think I can probably come up with a
better tasting cornbread likely using one of the one-on-one flavors extracts
to get there so keep your eyes open for that in the future in terms of a corndog
batter I’m gonna start working on that probably as soon as tomorrow because I’m
thinking that corndog maker is gonna be a lot of fun so that’s it I’m gonna call
the corn free bread probably not a purchase but hey you make your own
decision thanks for watching

Randall Smitham