Nutty Bread

Nutty Bread is a hearty, gluten-free-bread recipe packed full of nuts and seeds. It reminds me of one of my favorite breads that I used to eat often before going gluten-free in 1998, called muesli bread. Though this bread does not contain the high-glycemic dried fruit that a muesli bread would have in it.

We like to toast gluten-free Nutty Bread for breakfast, and serve it with my Homemade Goat Cheese and scrambled eggs. This gluten-free bread also works well along with a big salad at lunch. For a quick and easy dinner, it makes a great base for a sandwich stuffed with organic turkey, avocado, romaine, tomatoes, and mustard.

Nutty Bread

Ingredients
Serves:
1loaf
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Instructions
  1. In a medium bowl, combine almond flour, arrowroot, flax meal, salt, and baking soda
  2. In a large bowl, blend eggs for 3 minutes until frothy
  3. Stir vinegar into eggs
  4. Mix dry ingredients into wet, then add nuts and seeds
  5. Transfer batter into a well greased 7.5 x 3.5 inch magic line loaf pan
  6. Bake at 350°F for 30-35 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into center of loaf comes out clean
  7. Cool and serve
My husband and I really enjoy this for breakfast. I love this site and am very grateful for it.

To store this bread, wrap in a paper towel, seal in a plastic bag, and refrigerate for up to 1 week.

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Comments

173 responses to “Nutty Bread”

  1. This is now my staple bread. I add 1/8 cup of honey to give a slight sweetness. I don’t like hazelnuts so simply add more walnuts. I also slice it once cooled and put it in the freezer between layers of parchment paper, so that I can easily pull one or two slices out at a time. Then I simply reuse the parchment and bag for the next batch. Thank you so very much for this recipe. I will try thin slices oven toasted for crackers. Great idea:)

  2. I really like this nutrient dense bread. I make it for just me. Last time I froze half the loaf
    and at some point I thinly sliced and toasted pieces in a low oven as if making
    melba toast. Made a fabulous ‘cracker’/ toast. Thank you Elana for your
    amazing creativity….Pashya

    • Pashya, this is one of my favorite breads too. What a wonderful way to serve it, I used to love melba toast back in the day. Take care :-)

  3. Hi Elana !

    Thanks for your wonderful website, it’s so helpful.
    I am a bit worried about adding the flaxseed in the bread as on the Breaking the Vicious Cycle website it is not legal. Would the bread still be good if I don’t add the flaxseed ?

    Thanks very much

  4. Hi Elana,
    I was wondering if this bread would freeze well. I would like to make several loafs at once. I am looking forward to making the turkey club with this bread :)

  5. Wow this bread is good!!! I didn’t have quite the nut and seed mix and it’s still delicious. It is wonderful toasted with my homemade jam. It reminds me of the GF dark seeded breads I enjoy in Europe. This will become a part of my regular bread rotation. Thanks for the great recipe!

  6. I didn’t use the pumpkin seeds. The slices I had were really good. Will make another one. Thank you for your recipe.

  7. I made this Saturday and refrigerated like you said. 4 days late I sliced a couple of pieces and the slices have what looks like mold on them. A lot of green. Has this happened to you? Is it mold?

    • Sondra, thanks for your comment! I’m wondering if it’s the green from the pumpkin seeds. Alternatively, you may want to check that the temperature of your fridge is working. I have not ever had any of my breads go bad in this short of a time :-)

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