Some quick Atkins All-Purpose Low-Carb Baking Mix recipes include holiday gingerbread and Atkins Cuisine biscuits. These recipes take about 25 minutes to prep and around the same to cook.
The holiday gingerbread calls for whole wheat flour, Atkins Cuisine all-purpose baking mix, unsweetened cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, eggs, sucralose (a sugar substitute), unsalted butter, heavy cream and decaffeinated coffee. The dry ingredients, except for the sugar substitute, are mixed together in one bowl while the eggs and the sugar substitute are mixed together in another one. The egg whites are then beaten to stiff peaks and folded in to the mix. The dish bakes for around 22 to 25 minutes.
The Atkins biscuits call for the all-purpose baking mix, salt, sugar substitute, unsalted butter, baking powder and heavy cream. The dry ingredients and butter are mixed together until the mixture looks coarse and crumbly. The recipe advises against over mixing, which results in tough and dry biscuits. The heavy cream is mixed in lightly, and then the dough is put on an oiled board to be kneaded, which should be done lightly. The biscuits are cut out and baked for 15 to 18 minutes. The recipe recommends a 2 1/4 inch cutter for the given cooking temperature and cooking time.
Other recipes that feature the Atkins All-Purpose Low-Carb Baking Mix as a key ingredient include cheddar chicken with Hollandaise sauce, Atkins cuisine cookies and pumpkin-cranberry muffins.