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https://hannaboethius.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/44eatweek.png7201280Hanna Boëthius/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/HannaDiabetesExpertLogo@2x.pngHanna Boëthius2020-05-28 17:49:572020-05-28 17:49:59“What do you eat in a day, Hanna?”
In the very most cases, at least. The “bread” you do eat won’t be the factory produced, refined stuff you find at the super market.
Bread is usually one of the things I hear most often from my clients that they miss when they are getting healthier. Which nowadays really surprises me, actually, although it didn’t use to… I was just as much of a bread addict as I’m sure you are, or have been, too.
But I’m very proud of you that you’re willing to make this change for yourself; to go at least gluten-, if not grain free!
So, you know those mornings (or lunches, or evenings), where you just wish there was a simple, yet healthy, thing you could throw together and have fresh out of the oven?
These wonderfully nutritious and yummy paleo scones you can whip together in under 5 minutes. And they’re done in 10 in the oven.
3 dl almond flour
0,5 dl chia seeds (can also be changed to sunflower seeds or linseeds, depending on your taste and preference)
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp psyllium seed husk
A pinch of salt
You can also put some seeds on top of the scones, making it more into a type of bun than scones. Variations are endless!
Put the oven on 180 degrees Celsius
Mix all ingredients
On an baking sheet covered with parchment paper, make 6 socnes/buns with a spoon
Put in the oven for about 10 minutes
Enjoy with butter, cheese (if you can handle it), vegetables, ham, or unsweetened jam, or almond butter.
I’ve based this recipe on the fantastic Annika Sjöö’s original recipe. She’s a truly inspiring swede who is fully into eating Paleo and training CrossFit, and won Swedish “Let’s Dance” (“Dancing with the Stars”) a couple of years ago. If your Swedish is any good, check out her inspirational blog here!
Let me know what you think of this recipe! Do you have another favorite (grain-free) bread recipe to share with me? Post it in the comments!
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