Saturday, April 26, 2014

Gluten Free Black Bean Cauliflower Protein Bread


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This moist, dense quick bread is naturally gluten-free, low in carbohydrates and calories, and high in protein thanks to the use of protein powder and black bean flour.
Psyllium adds rise, elasticity and strength to gluten free baking. Not only is psyllium great for gluten free bread it is also very good for you. The soluble fiber found in psyllium husks improves digestion and cleanses the system, making it an excellent choice for healthy dieting. Psyllium can provide the fiber that is missing on low carbohydrate diets.

  • 250 g Applesauce
  • 150 g Cauliflower puree
  • 160 ml Buttermilk
  • 160 ml Sparkling water
  1. Preheat the oven to 160C/320F. In a large mixing bowl, add in ground black beans, whey protein powder, rice protein, psyllium husks, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Whisk all ingredients until well combined.
  2. Make a well in the center and add in applesauce, cauliflower puree, buttermilk and sparkling water. Mix with a wooden spoon until well blended.
  3. Pour into a standard loaf pan lined with baking paper. Bake in the center of hot oven for about an hour. Test for doneness by inserting a wood skewer in the center, if it comes clean it's done. Turn out the bread on a wire rack and cool completely before slicing.

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125 comments:

  1. ohhh se ve muy hermoso y exquisito su textura es perfecta me gusta,abrazos

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  2. You are quite an inspiration, Angie! Bean-cauliflower bread...who would have thought! I'm eager to grind my beans too now. I like your grinding machine! :) ela@GrayApron

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  3. Wow, Angie, this bread looks amazing. I've never come across protein powder here, but I'm definitely on the look out for it now.

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  4. Wondering how is it taste like...without adding any sugar. I love your healthy baking concept.
    Btw, thanks for visiting my blog.

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  5. Another fantastic bread! Looks so yummy!

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  7. This recipe is really original and I bet your bread tastes fabulous!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  8. Love that this bread is low-carb and I always go for anything with black beans.
    Sam

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  9. It didn't occur to me that you could grind black beans into flour. What a good idea for bread. Lots of fiber and protein. That loaf pan is amazing. I don't think I've seen that double side in the stores.

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  10. Hi Angie, looks like you did it again with your clever use of ingredients, love that you grind the black beans into flour, Love all the real fiber.

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  11. Angie , such an interesting and wonderful gluten-free bread ! I never knew that you can grind black beans and use it in bread baking . I always learn something new here :D

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  12. Vegetable in a bread? I want to taste this as I m curious.. Looks so good!

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  14. Dear Angie, This bread sounds like a wonderful, healthy experience; it would be a great addition to any meal. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  15. black bean powder, now there's a revelation! what a wonderful idea for an ingredient in bread. love this.

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  16. Love seeing the black bean powder pouring out of your grinder :) I love cauliflower so some puree in a bread would certainly not be objectionable to me! This is a great, unique recipe, Angie.

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  17. What a unique bread! It looks delicious...and I sure wish I had a freshly baked loaf of my own in the kitchen :)

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  19. this is a goodness loaf of bread! angie, you make the healthiest and beautiful bread!

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  20. You never fail to surprise me with the ingredients that you choose for your bakes and they all turned out amazingly beautiful!

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  21. Looks wonderful Angie, your bread always turned out looking so delicious and perfect!

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  22. Hi Angie, Sorry that I've not visiting you lately. Your healthy bread looks really soft and delicious. Wish that I make one as good as yours :)

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  23. Wow, this loaf looks awesome Angie! This is such a creative recipe - love all the healthy ingredients you used in here - especially the cauliflower puree. Looks delicious with so many ingredients that you would feel good about.

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  24. what a unique combo.. you are really amazing Angie

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  25. I love all the gluten-free recipes that you post - this bread looks wonderful. I've been stockpiling all of them for my visits with my mom and sister! haha

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  26. What a great idea about adding Psyllum husk to bread to make it healthier, and what a protein packed bread!

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  27. Love that grinder! I learn a lot that I've never heard of here so thank you. This sounds so healthy and also very tasty.

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  28. Say what? This bread looks amazing and the ingredient list is out of this world. How creative!!

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  29. Oh I love this Angie. Bread made with cauliflower and black beans, who would have thought it? Fabulous idea for a super healthy loaf.

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  30. You never cease to surprise me Angie with your clever, healthy and beautiful recipes.
    Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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  31. Angie this just looks perfectly good!

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  32. this is so cool and never knew you could add cauliflower

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  33. Ohh. This sounds so cool! I want to try it!

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  34. What an incredibly creative recipe - love the amped up protein from the black beans and the protein powder in this bread!

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  35. Hi Angie,
    Another amazing bread from you! It looks and sounds delicious with all the healthy ingredients!

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  36. Interesting, and wonderful recipe, Angie! Since we just don't have cauliflower puree, I suppose it can be pureed, and still count as the correct ingredient to this wholesome, and delicious recipe!
    I do love the ingredients added to this super power bread, and I'm excited about following this awesome recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Ohh wow. I was thinking to try black beans to cook or something, and here's bread. Wow

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  38. Angie, you are my teacher :) ... When I think I know so much about cooking, you come up with a recipe and make me wonder how deep the culinary world is! Your bread looks moist and yummy.

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  39. This is a truly unique and very intriguing bread -- cauliflower puree and dried black beans ground into flour! Wow. Nice work, Angie!

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  40. OMG, I am totally into this. This gluten free bread looks incredibly awesome. Such unique ingredients are used. Wish I can own a grinder like yours then I can try more awesome flour recipes. I wanna a bite, a big bite of your lovely bread.
    Kristy

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  41. I just want to take a bit bite out of a slice, that looks delicious! You never fail to make these things look beautiful!

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  42. I've never seen anything like this, Angie! Very unusual and I can't even imagine what it tastes like. You've come up with a truly healthy bread.

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  43. This bread is fascinating! It's unlike anything I've ever seen, love it!

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  44. You would never know there are dried black beans and cauliflower in this beautiful loaf of bread.

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  45. Black beans and cauliflower? Wow Angie, you are so creative!!

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  46. Oh wow cauliflower and black beans!Can imagine how healthy and delicious this must taste!

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  47. Who'd have thought you could make bread with cauliflower. This looks fab. GG

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  48. Very creative! Cauliflower and black beans bread is WOW...ingenious!

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  49. An interesting combination. How do you grind your black bean?

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  50. I am so impressed with your creativity Angie - I'd never think to use cauliflower in a quick bread - love how packed this is with protein.

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  52. Angie, you could win the most creative bread award! Looks delicious... mmm let's have it with Nutella :)

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  53. Gorgeous bake and interestingly baking bread with cauliflower, this has wow factor :D
    I like your 'milling/ground' apparatus in the 4th photo :D

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  54. Angie, Your breads are always healthy and delicious looking :) black beans and cauliflower puree...I would not have thought of these ingredients in homemade bread :) Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  55. Anonymous29/4/14 10:25

    What a very lovely unique type of bread! Great & genius idea, Angie! I love it all, strange for me & but I see it totally works! xxx

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  56. OMG! Angie you are super! you grind the black bean into flour! and....I love the look of your grinding machine :)

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  57. Uma maravilha, um pão bem nutritivo!

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  58. Such a lovely flour machine! I love it just like this bread!

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  59. you would have no clue this has cauliflower in it and that is amazing. I would have never thought to use cauliflower paste before in a bread. I love it! So creative

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  60. Cauliflower bread! You have piqued my curiosity with this one. I marvel at the ingredients you use. Your creativity and imagination know no bounds. Thanks for another cool culinary adventure!

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  61. Bean cauliflower protein bread?
    That sounds very exciting and creative.
    I'm absolutely fascinated by this healthy and original bread Angie !

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  62. Look delicious I love your breads Angie!
    xo

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  63. Wow, such a lovely bread, very innovative Angie..

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  64. I love all your breads with different flavours and ingredients. Really love them all.

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  65. What an interesting and wonderful recipe,Angie! Love the pictures!

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  66. Amazing! Your creativity always leaves me in awe :-)

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  67. You are n fire with the black beans lately. Very curious to try this moist and unusual cake. I adore the color of the slices.

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  68. This is SO creative, I had no idea you could make bread like this!
    Mary

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  70. un pain original et fantastique
    bonne soirée

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  71. Wow, there are some really interesting ingredients. I bet it is moist.

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  72. Such an interesting array of flavors…and healthy too! I’m sure it’s delicious…very creative, Angie! I’m very interested in the Psyllium.

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  73. Wow Angie all your recipes are always so healthy. I really need to try some of these products you use to see how they taste.

    By the way for some reason I haven't been getting anyone's posts sent to my email so I'm signing up on Feedly or Bloglovin to be sure I see them. Sorry for not posting lately. Maybe Feedburner is going out.

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  74. This looks like it would be a great protein breakfast!

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  75. What a unique and delicious bread Angie! You're the best bread baker I know! This looks like it would be really good toasted or made into a healthier version of a grilled cheese.

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  76. Wow, it never occurred to me that I could use beans or cauliflower to make bread. Looks fantastic Angie.

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  77. Angie, you are telling me I can eat bread AND power up with protein? Best. News. Ever.

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  78. Angie, you always come up with interesting recipe...this recipe sounds and the bread look awesome...love the ingredients in it.
    Thanks for the inspiration...hope you are having a great week :D

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  79. Aw, you added all goodies to make this gorgeous bread. Black beans are so good. But how did you ground them when dried? Can a normal food processor do ?

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  80. @Christine Ho I have a grain grinder. It's on one of the photos above.

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  81. Woah.....your loaf tin is so long!! :) Would never have thought of putting cauliflower into bread :O Sounds yummy!! What's the texture of this bread like? Is it like pumpernickel?

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  82. What a beautiful high protein, high nutrient loaf!

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  83. I've always wondered what its like to bake with veggies like cauliflower. Your recipes show me that it looks good!

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  84. I've never seen cauliflower in bread before and I am intrigued. The texture of the bread looks beautiful!

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  85. Wow Angie this is so creative!!!

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  88. Oh,Angie, you are amazing! My favorite e-baker!
    Dear, we have a giveaway in our blog: one lucky reader will win a 40€ voucher to buy greek products from an online delicatessen. This is the post http://theveggiesisters.gr/yolenisgiveaway/
    The post is open to all Europeans!

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  89. Wow Angie - this is fascinating. The applesauce, buttermilk and cauliflower puree sound wonderful for a bread like this. What does it taste like? Really pretty too!

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  90. That is one hearty, healthy loaf! Looks delicious, Angie.

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  91. Such a beautiful and healthy bread - luv this bread!

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  92. I'm learning new ingredients from you and you're indeed very creative!

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  93. I got so curious...How this taste like? I must obtain the ingredients to find out. You're very creative and your food photos are fantastic!

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  96. What will you think of next? Looks like a winner to me, Angie!

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  97. This is a perfect harvest bread, can't wait to give this a shot!

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  98. Only YOU could put black bean and cauliflower in a protein bread and make it look so good!!! :) Another fabulous bread Angie!

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  99. I like all your healthy stuff! It looks really good :) I should learn from you!

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