Poppy Chia Seed Bread

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A deliciously moist, grain-free quick bread with poppy, chia seeds, vanilla yogurt and sweet potato. It works great for breakfast or snacks and a great way to use up leftover sweet potato puree.

  • 160 g Ground poppy seeds
  • 30 g Ground chia seeds
  • 20 g Vanilla whey protein powder
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • 4 Eggs, medium
  • 100 g Sweet potato puree
  • 250 g Vanilla yogurt
  • 2 tbsp Almond slices for topping
  1. Line a standard loaf pan with parchment paper. Preheat the oven to 175C/350F.
  2. Whisk together the ground poppy seeds, chia seeds, vanilla protein powder, sea salt, baking powder and baking soda in a mixing bowl.
  3. In large mixing bowl, beat the eggs until frothy. Stir in the sweet potato puree, and vanilla yogurt until well combined. Add the dry ingredients into the wet one and stir until well combined.
  4. Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan. Sprinkle the almond slices on the top of the batter. Bake in the center of hot oven for about 55 minutes. Remove from the oven and leave it in the pan to cool for 5 minutes, then turn out onto a cooling rack to cool completely.

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79 comments:

The Yum List 25/4/13 07:02

This looks like quite a dense and filling loaf.

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Jeannie Tay 25/4/13 07:19

You do have the most healthy loaves here, I love the color of this one!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 25/4/13 07:30

It looks deliciously healthy! A perfect loaf.

Cheers,

Rosa

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thecompletecookbook 25/4/13 08:47

Awesome recipe Angie!
:-) Mandy xo

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Pick A Dine 25/4/13 08:58

Its Very Good for Health and Photography was very nice.

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kitchen flavours 25/4/13 09:07

This looks wonderful, Angie! I would really love to have a slice or two!

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Mich Piece of Cake 25/4/13 09:48

This loaf looks beautiful. I love the colour! I can't find poppy seeds here but I can I guess substitute that.

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 25/4/13 10:37

I like the colour of this bread and the and love the rustic clicks!

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 25/4/13 13:27

Beautiful bread. And as you say, a great way to use leftover sweet potato puree.
Sam

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 25/4/13 13:58

You´re the queen of interesting ingredients in bread Angie. Love the color the seeds give, and sweet potato is a wonderful surprise. But nothing beats that it´s a quick bread! Gorgeous!

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Ilke 25/4/13 14:20

Looks like a good chocolate cake to me :) Love the look, I bet the taste is great as well. Vanilla yogurt and sweet potato! :)

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Priya Suresh 25/4/13 14:32

Look at the colour of the bread, love to have a slice..Very stunning bread.

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Jenn 25/4/13 14:35

I bet with the sweet potato puree and the yogurt this bread was amazingly moist!! Sounds delicious!!!

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Anne Regalado 25/4/13 15:26

Beautiful , delicious and healthy bread ! What more could you ask for ? :D

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Lite Home Bake 25/4/13 15:33

Impressive as usual! You have the most interesting recipes that yield healthy and great looking bread :)

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Alida 25/4/13 15:59

You are getting more and more inventive Angie. When I stayed in Austria I used to love buying poppy seed breads. They are kind of addictive. Chia bread sounds very exotic to me. Brava!

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Pam 25/4/13 17:18

It looks delicious!

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Mr. & Mrs. P 25/4/13 17:26

What a great looking loaf!!! Looks delicious.. Best part healthy!!

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Asmita 25/4/13 17:51

Hi Angie,
This is stunning! Love it!

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Koko 25/4/13 18:26

Wow, sweet potato puree and protein powder?? Talk about secret ingredients- I would have never guessed that!!

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The Squishy Monster 25/4/13 18:32

What a sturdy looking loaf and I love how when it's cut, it reveals it's specks ...beautiful, truly beautiful!!!

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teresa 25/4/13 18:46

i would love a slice of that bread. i'm really intrigued with the yogurt and sweet potato puree.

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Daniela Grimburg 25/4/13 19:38

This is an amazing recipe, Angie!
Love the combination of ingredients, all healthy and very creative.
Cheers!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 25/4/13 19:53

Geez what an interesting bread. Chia, poppy and sweet potato! Would love to try it.

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Guru Uru 25/4/13 20:57

I love the innovative flavour combo :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 25/4/13 21:02

It looks delicious! Great flavors, I'd love the sweet potato puree in there.

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Gina Stanley 25/4/13 23:04

Chia seeds seem to be all the rage, I have to find some. I thought maybe you used purple sweet potato because of the intense color. Looks great with the almonds on top.
-Gina-

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 25/4/13 23:54

Such an interesting recipe! Looks great, Angie!

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Medeja 26/4/13 00:43

The cut of ths bread looks just amazing! That color is so interesting! :) you are just master of bread :)

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 26/4/13 02:06

I have used chia seeds instead of poppy seeds, but never both together. I will have to try that! I love that you used sweet potato puree in this too.

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Gwen 26/4/13 04:48

Fabulous idea! So healthy and sounds delicious. I've not baked with whey protein, I will have to look into it.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 26/4/13 05:13

My father would love this bread. He loves poppy seeds so this would be right up his alley! Looks yummy!

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Lenia 26/4/13 12:59

Amazing healthy bread!Keep up baking for us all these delicious breads,dear!

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Joanne 26/4/13 16:45

Whoa!! I can't believe that is grain free! Must have so much delicious flavor from the sweet potatoes!

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Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 26/4/13 20:28

Yum, what a healthy looking loaf! And I love that color too. Lovely post.

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 26/4/13 22:37

What a yummy looking bread, rich and nutritious! I love the layer of sliced almonds!

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Rosita Vargas 27/4/13 00:52

Se ve muy tentador y saludable un pan perfecto para mí muy rico ,abrazos y abrazos.

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twodogsinthekitchen 27/4/13 01:44

Another beautiful bread! You are amazing coming up with new ingredients. I need to spend time in your kitchen :) Have a great weekend Angie!

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motherrimmy 27/4/13 03:09

What a beautiful, rich color this bread has! What I love about your blog is that I know I will always find a healthy recipe here.

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ahu 27/4/13 03:16

What a gorgeous color! I have to try chia seeds, I am behind the times!

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Reeni Pisano 27/4/13 03:37

I can't think of a better way to use up sweet potatoes! What a gorgeous loaf of bread!

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Rebecca Subbiah 27/4/13 05:03

looks great and nice you added sweet potato

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Amy 27/4/13 06:58

Your Poppy Chia Seed Bread looks and sounds delicious. I would go out and get sweet potato puree just to make this bread. ;) Have a great weekend.

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Kitcheninspirations 27/4/13 09:00

A perfect snack toasted with a small pat of butter, I can almost smell the nutty aroma as I read your post. A very pretty loaf.

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Barbara 27/4/13 13:22

While not the prettiest bread I've ever seen, the flavors sound wonderful and it sure is healthy, Angie.

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What's Baking?? 27/4/13 15:04

A wholesome wonderful loaf!

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Stephanie @ Henry Happened 27/4/13 16:50

I just bought some chia seeds the other day and finally tried them in a smoothie. Love the idea of them in a bread with yogurt!

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Esther Lau 27/4/13 18:06

Angie,this is a great and healthy bread!!!! I notice that you have lots of healthy bread recipes. Thanks for sharing!

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lena 27/4/13 18:25

i would love sich a healthy and nutritious loaf too!

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Gloria Baker 27/4/13 22:36

I love poppy seeds and love how taste and this bread look fantastic!!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 28/4/13 04:26

Poppy seeds and sweet potatoes? Two of my favorites! This is a wonderful, delicious combination, Angie!

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Belinda 28/4/13 06:53

What a rich and gorgeous loaf. I LOVE the colors!

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 28/4/13 07:38

I am discovering new ingredients as I read your posts. Chia seeds - never heard of them! Love the color of this bread: dark, dense loaves have always been my favorite, even when I was a kid!

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Von 28/4/13 09:02

Love the colour of this bread!!! At first I thought this was sesame or charcoal cake....haha. Can you taste much of the sweet potato in the bread?? The addition of sweet potato puree to a bread recipe like this sounds really interesting!!

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dentistvschef 28/4/13 09:06

I though it was black glutinous bread from the very beginning...
i've been searching the chia seed all around, but unfortunately did't see any of them....
lucky you my friend...

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Spicie Foodie 28/4/13 16:28

I love the dark color and ingredients used. Angie you always have the best bread recipes. Thanks for sharing!

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mjskit 28/4/13 16:38

Hard to believe that this is grain-free! I was surprised to see the sweet potato puree. That definitely added another level of interest to this bread. It does looks quite moist and absolutely delicious!

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Terra 28/4/13 18:25

Wow!!!! Love the use of sweet potato in your gorgeous bread!! I am so glad I started enjoying Chia seeds, they are wonderful! Now I need to bake with them too:-) Yum, Hugs, Terra

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Pam 28/4/13 19:50

It looks perfectly healthy, Angie! And I'd like a slice right now.

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Patty Price 28/4/13 22:05

Look at all those seeds-love the color and texture-your bread looks fantastic!

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Beth 29/4/13 00:34

Anything with sweet potato catches my attention! Looks terrific.

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Jenn Kendall 29/4/13 02:46

yet another fabulous bread recipe Angie! this looks so delicious and nutritious!

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Cass @foodmyfriend 29/4/13 04:01

What a stunning blue centre :) I love the flaked almonds too Angie. Very nutritional! I am getting into chia soaked in coconut water in my smoothies at the moment :)

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Brooke Schweers 29/4/13 10:18

Wow very interesting, I really want to try to make this!

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Helene Dsouza 29/4/13 11:56

That's my dream bread! I am all for poppy seeds (and chia of course too). You must have known that Angie. ;) thanks for sharing!

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Kathy 29/4/13 13:34

Your bread sounds so healthy and looks lovely! A surprise ingredient…sweet potato puree…yum!

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Hema 29/4/13 18:10

I have to try these chia seeds yet, the bread looks awesome..

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Anonymous 30/4/13 00:49

any substitution to sweet potatoe puree....it raises my blood sugar too much. could pumpkin work?

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Mary Moh 1/5/13 09:36

Oh wow....that's such a unique bread!

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CL 5/5/13 02:47

This bread looks very healthy. I am going to bake it soon ... thanks for sharing this interesting recipe.

Just wondering, what is the german name for chia seeds and Vanilla whey protein powder ? and where can I buy them? Reformhaus? Thanks.

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Angie Schneider 5/5/13 05:44

@CL
Chia-Samen und Proteinpulver können Sie bei Amazon.de bestellen.

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 6/5/13 03:06

What an extraordinary looking loaf - I'm loving all the chia in your recipes; it's one of my fave ingredients too.

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Amelia 10/5/13 18:11

Hi Angie, you're the Queen cos you always make excellent bread. I'm sure it smell and taste heavenly. Nice texture.

Regards.

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