High Protein Bread

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A healthy, hearty, nutty quick bread with high-protein nuts, seeds, egg whites and cheese. It's perfect for breakfast or snack. If you can’t find Quark, a soured-milk, fresh German cheese, ricotta cheese or Greek yogurt can be used as a substitute in this quick bread recipe.

High Protein Bread

adapted from Lecker
  • 100 g Ground almond
  • 100 g Flaxseed, roughly ground
  • 4 tbsp Wheat bran
  • 2 tbsp Wholegrain spelt flour
  • 1 tbsp Baking powder
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 300 g German quark cheese
  • 8 Egg whites
  • 2 tbsp Pumpkin seeds
  • 2 tbsp Sunflower seeds
  1. Whisk together the ground almond, flaxseed, wheat bran, spelt flour, baking powder and salt. Add in fresh German cheese and egg whites. Mix until combined and smooth.
  2. Line a 10x30-cm loaf pan with a piece of parchment paper and fill in the bread batter. Sprinkle the top with seeds. Bake at 175C/350F for about 50-60 minutes. Turn out onto a wire rack to cool.

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87 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums 11/2/13 07:42

A beautiful loaf! This healthy and nourishing bread must taste wonderful.

Cheers,

Rosa

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thecompletecookbook 11/2/13 07:47

Fabulous loaf - hope I get to make it this week.
:-) Mandy

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Guru Uru 11/2/13 09:02

It looks delicious as well as healthy :D

Cheers
CCU

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Vimitha Anand 11/2/13 09:42

Wat a healthy bake angie. u rock with ur breads

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Veena Theagarajan 11/2/13 10:30

Healthy loaf.. Looks soo soft and moist.. perfect holiday treat.. Happy new year

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The Yum List 11/2/13 11:49

Like the look of all of those seeds on top. Bet it gorgeous with a sweet cream cheese.

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Chocolate Shavings 11/2/13 12:13

The texture of that bread looks Just perfect - yum!

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Belinda 11/2/13 12:21

This is beyond bread! One slice in the morning will set you right.

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My Kitchen Stories. 11/2/13 12:28

Beautiful photos Angies, I would also love the crunchy seeds here.

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Vicki Bensinger 11/2/13 13:29

Whole Foods makes Seduction Rolls that look just like this that I love. I'm wondering if this tastes the same. This loaf is beautiful and so healthy. I'm going to definitely try it.

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Fimère 11/2/13 13:35

il est parfait, j'aime beaucoup
bonne journée

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Anne Regalado 11/2/13 13:57

Angie , your photos makes me want to grab that bread right out from the screen :D It really looks pretty good !

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Norma Chang 11/2/13 14:22

I would call this breakfast loaf, couple slices with some fresh fruits ready for the day.

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Kitcheninspirations 11/2/13 15:10

Another truly interesting bread Angie, thank you. Do you think you can substitute ricotta for the Quark? It might have a slightly different flavour but the texture would be the same?

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Munatycooking 11/2/13 15:45

The loaf looks so fresh and delicious :)

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Jeannie Tay 11/2/13 16:01

You always bake the most beautiful loaves of bread, this one is just as good!

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 11/2/13 16:49

I like that you use real food ingredients (not protein powder) to achieve a higher protein content in this loaf. Hearty and delicious looking too - your ingredient list is fabulous Angie.

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Susan 11/2/13 17:10

And they say vegetarians don't get enough protein!! I love this bread and it certainly be baked in my house, XOXO

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Pam 11/2/13 17:21

High protein and highly delicious! It looks wonderful.

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Angie's Recipes 11/2/13 17:26

@KitcheninspirationsNo problem at all. But you can use mix 90% of ricotta and 10% of sour cream to create a very similar tangy taste.

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Erica 11/2/13 18:28

Wow! Your breads are amazing,Angie!It loos delicious!

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Koko 11/2/13 18:31

Wow, what a cool way to use quark! The seeds on this loaf make it look so crunchy and delicious!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 11/2/13 19:19

I love bread with cheese baked into it! This looks like a nice, sturdy bread for sandwiches.

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Cathleen 11/2/13 19:22

This bread looks superbe! I love the mix of ingredients you have added, yum!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 11/2/13 19:33

Truly beautiful! I would love a slice of these with a nice, sharp cheese.

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 11/2/13 20:06

I've been trying to get more protein into my diet, especially for breakfast, and this bread would be perfect! Thanks Angie!

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Lenia 11/2/13 20:36

Amazing bread,ideal for a vegetarian like me!I will try it!
I always enjoy your healthy recipes and your beautiful pictures!
Take care,dear Angie!

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teresa 11/2/13 20:54

i'm always looking to add more protein to my diet. this looks awesome!

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Katie@Cozydelicious 11/2/13 21:16

Oooh, this looks wonderful. I bet the almond flavor is lovely.

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Alicyn 11/2/13 21:33

Love this recipe and your blog! Question, I am allergic to almonds. What would you use as a substitute?

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Angela Darroch 11/2/13 22:27

Yeah - a bread with no yeast. At last I can try make my own bread.

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 12/2/13 00:01

This bread looks so good & no yeast too! Awesome! :)

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Patty 12/2/13 02:40

A beautiful loaf Angie- I will be pinning this one ;-)

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Lizzy Do 12/2/13 03:24

Angie, I SO wish you had a bakery in my neighborhood. I seriously would buy one loaf of each bread you make. This high protein bread is another gorgeous winner!

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kkimchi 12/2/13 03:58

Angie,
Happy Lunar New Year...

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Tessa 12/2/13 04:00

Gorgeous bread and lovely photography!

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Jeanette 12/2/13 05:01

I love the idea of a protein rich hearty bread packed with goodness - great recipe!

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Stephanie @ Henry Happened 12/2/13 05:36

This kind of reminds me of Ezekiel bread - I love a nutty and hearty piece of toast in the morning with jam. You make the best breads!

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Angie's Recipes 12/2/13 05:57

@Alicyn I have also tried it with poppy seeds, and peanuts. They have turned out GREAT.

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Emma @ Food, Fork and Good 12/2/13 12:39

THAT is what I have missed looking at these past few months. God it looks amazing, that'd go really well with the broth I have for lunch.

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Sweet Posy Dreams 12/2/13 15:10

I've never heard of quark cheese. The bread looks so, so good. I wish I could stop by your place and have a slice!

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Natalie G 12/2/13 15:24

Wow this looks interesting! I like that it's high in protein!

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Dara Reppucci 12/2/13 17:53

Great bread Angie! I am so bread phobic, I need to just make some and get over it already...

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 12/2/13 18:33

I looked at this post yesterday but must have gotten distracted before commenting. This bread reminds me of my favorite organic loaf from our grocery store - called Marathon Bread. When people come to visit I buy them a loaf to take home. How excited I am to have a recipe to try that looks so similar in texture and ingredients. Thanks Angie!

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Lisa 12/2/13 21:03

Your baking is always so beautiful, Angie...your bread being no exception! I love all the seeds and the quark and wheat bran in this loaf. BTW..your poolish rolls inspired me.,.AND 3 of my friends, and we all made some form of them a few weeks ago. I added a ton of seeds to mine. Thank you for giving me the motivation to bake some breads again! I will surely try this one!

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twodogsinthekitchen 12/2/13 21:30

That has got to be one of the best looking breads so far! I love the seeds on top but, the inside looks amazing too. So rich and full of flavors. I could just sit and it this!

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Alida 12/2/13 21:44

Wonderful photos Angie! And all those crunchy seeds look amazing! I can see how your bread turns out perfectly made and soft. I can never get it that way. Very nice.

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Yi @ Yi Reservation 13/2/13 03:14

This bread is loaded with healthy nuts and full of protein. What a great way to start the new year on a good note. Thanks for sharing!

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mjskit 13/2/13 04:45

This is a high protein bread! Aside from the grains and seeds, there is the cheese and egg whites. I have no idea what quark cheese it, so that goodness for Google. :) Another fabulous bread Angie! The texture looks amazing!

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Mich Piece of Cake 13/2/13 04:52

Angie, I love all the healthy ingredients in this bread, and that it uses cheese and egg whites. Cheese would add such a lovely flavour. And no egg yolks are much healthier!

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Amy 13/2/13 04:57

Lovely! The seeds and nuts on top of this loaf is gorgeous. Must be delicious with the nutty flavor and additional crunch. :) I gotta hunt down some Quark. Otherwise, I think I'll use greek yogurt instead. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Words Of Deliciousness 13/2/13 05:18

This bread looks amazing. And I like that it is so healthy!

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 13/2/13 06:46

You always make such damn tasty bread!! How do I become your neighbour?

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Gourmet Getaways 13/2/13 07:51

The loaf looks so delicious and tasty!
I love all the images on your site, so beautiful!

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The Café Sucré Farine 13/2/13 13:37

You make the best, most unique breads Angle. This one looks fantastic, I'd love a turkey sandwich with avocado, tomato and basil aioli ................ and YOUR bred, yum!

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Maha Gadde 13/2/13 13:50

perfect and delicious...

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rita cooks italian 13/2/13 15:28

My resolution for the new year was to bake more bread! and I did, but now browsing into your website for inspiring bread ideas, I've realized that I need VARIATION. I should try this one it sounds like my perfect breakfast bread!

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Mary 13/2/13 17:43

What wonderful texture. This looks quite interesting and it is not the type of loaf we see every day. I'll have to give it a try. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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Joanne 13/2/13 18:17

your bread always looks so enticing! This looks especially hearty and delicious!

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Nadji 13/2/13 19:29

Ce pain doit être merveilleux en bouche.
Le mélange de saveurs doit être exquis.
J'en mangerai avec plaisir.
A bientôt

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Devaki 13/2/13 20:13

When it comes to working with new flours, i'm such a dummy Angie and I am not even sure where or how to begin. Can you recommend a goos starting bread for me?

This is fantastic - you really ought to open a boutique bread shop Angie and when you hold your cooking classes, call me!

chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors




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Deepti 13/2/13 20:15

You are the best Angie! You make wonderful unique and perfect breads.. Love your recipes always!

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Elisabeth 13/2/13 20:36

Angie, I've missed you, your blog, and of course all the delicious breads and healthy treats you've been making. Love, love, this amazing healthy, high protein, high fiber super delicious bread. All the grains and seeds will give you enough energy throughout the entire day...just with one slice of bread in the morning. Sure has a lot of egg whites as well, for extra protein! A huge WINNER...excellent!

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Katerina 13/2/13 21:50

I can picture this bread with a spoonful of honey on top! yum, yum!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 13/2/13 22:53

You always make the most beautiful and fascinating breads. And a nutricious one with so much cheese in it is a winner.

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Gloria 14/2/13 00:05

love alls your breads Angie always look amazing! Happy Valentine's day!

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Juliana 14/2/13 03:06

This bread of yours sure look great...I love it...since it is healthy I might have a couple of slices.
Hope you are having a great week Angie!

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Reeni Pisano 14/2/13 03:06

What a gorgeous loaf of bread! Love the crunch of those seeds on top Angie!

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Cucina49 14/2/13 03:15

I keep trying to eat more protein, but of course I'm a carb addict. I love that I can have both with this bread.

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 14/2/13 04:52

beautiful and healthy loaf of bread!

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Aldy @ Al Dente Gourmet 14/2/13 05:00

BEAUTIFUL Angie, Gorgeous loaf of bread! I absolutely love the texture and I will have to give your lovely bread a try!!! I hope you're having a lovely week! Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day!

HUGS <3

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Cass @foodmyfriend 14/2/13 05:12

Love it. Bread and it's even more filling? Sounds like it would be perfect for breakfast. Beautiful as usual Angie :)

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Jenn 14/2/13 13:31

Angie, you make the most amazing looking breads!! This one is no exception!!

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Caroline - All That I'm Eating 14/2/13 17:03

This sounds great. Would love to start the day and have some for breakfast!

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EA-The Spicy RD 14/2/13 18:16

Absolutely gorgeous loaf of bread and I love all the seeds! I'm thinking this could be easily adapted to gluten-free~can't wait to try it out! Happy Valentine's Day :-)

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RavieNomNoms 14/2/13 21:11

Gorgeous bread!! This looks so amazing!!

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Jean | Delightful Repast 14/2/13 21:29

Angie, that looks soooo good! I'm sure I won't be able to find Quark, but Greek yogurt is everywhere. Can't wait to try it!

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GG 14/2/13 21:51

This looks like a wonderful loaf so healthy and tasty. I love the idea of using quark, such great flavour. GG

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Debra Eliotseats 15/2/13 00:01

This looks delicious, Angie!

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Beth 15/2/13 01:26

You've posted a lot of delicious-looking bread lately, but I think this one looks the best. Absolutely wonderful!

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Amelia 15/2/13 03:42

Hi Angie, happy valentine's day to you. Your bread look so professional, very beautiful texture. You sure good at making bread. Excellent click!

Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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Terra 18/2/13 05:55

Hubby and I were just talking about how we need to make more homemade bread. We got a little lazy during the holidays, now time to get back on track! Love how delicious, and healthy this recipe is, Hugs, Terra

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Geraldine Saucier 6/3/13 03:55

I love this bread! It looks soo good. It is hard to believe it is healthy and good for you.

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Shibi Thomas 14/11/13 19:11

I can almost taste the nutty flavor in that loaf!!! Very healthy and dense loaf of bread!!!

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