Are you ready for it?!

Here it finally is.

You’ve been asking me several times, and all I’ve answered is that it’s coming “soon”.

Well, “soon” is here!

What if you could still eat bread without having any trouble? And not even realise it wasn’t traditional bread you were eating, but an awesome healthy version of it? This “bread” recipe is a collection of the most awesome bread recipes I’ve found out there. So I picked the raisins out of the cake and took the best features of each bread to make my own.

It’s suitable for allergies such as gluten, sugar, lactose, milk and yeast, but if you’re allergic to nuts (almonds) or eggs, I’d suggest you try to find alternative ingredients. I can help you with that, just comment below!


GrainBrain’s Awesomest “Bread”

You’ll need

• 5 dl almond flour
• a little less than 1 dl ground flaxseed (you can find this at a health food store. Or DIY!)
• 1 teaspoon whole flaxseeds
• 3/4 tablespoon salt
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
• 1 + a little dl psyllium seed husk (you’ll find this at a health food store, too)
• 6 tablespoons butter, ghee or coconut oil
• 4 whole eggs
• 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
• 1 dl coconut milk (I’ve also used goats milk yoghurt, which was good too. Experiment depending on your boundaries!)

Do like this:
1. Mix all dry ingredients in one bowl
2. Melt the butter/ghee/coconut oil in a saucepan. Let it cool for a few minutes.
3. Mix the wet ingredients in another bowl.
4. Mix the dry and wet mixes together until it forms a batter but not longer than that.
5. Put your awesome batter into a greased loaf pan. Put some seeds on top of the loaf (flax seed, hemp seed, sunflower seed…)
6. Bake your yumminess of a bread at 180 degrees for about 25 minutes. Check with the good old toothpick trick to see if it’s done.
7. Try it in a big slice with your favourite sandwich toppings. Enjoy!
(8. Don’t blame me if you get addicted. 🙂 Yes. It’s that good.)

Please let me know what you think once you’ve tried it out!

5 replies
    • HannaB
      HannaB says:

      Hi Helen! Apologies for my late reply. I find the same for many of the American recipes I’ve found, but in those cases Google is always my best friend. 🙂


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  1. […] Instead of bread, you can use bell peppers as a sandwich. Cut one in half, remove the core, fill up with your favourite sandwich fillings and enjoy. Or just eat the sandwich toppings with a side of vegetables. You can also try your baking skills with my awesome non-wheat non-grain bread recipe, found HERE. […]

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