Vegan Gluten Free Seeded Oat Bread | © 2014 |

This bread tastes AMAZING and uses only wholegrain oats, lots of seeds (sunflower, hemp, pepita, chia, psyllium, and flax seeds) and almonds. It is high in protein and fiber. It is gluten-free and vegan. If you are interested in fat-free baking, here is the similar one I baked last year using homemade pearsauce in place of oil and the result was great too.
The psyllium husks provides a binder for the bread, in place of the gluten found in traditional flour. You can find them from health food stores or online.

Vegan Gluten Free Seeded Oat Bread

adapted from David Lebovitz
Dry IngredientsLiquid Ingredients
  • 235 g Rolled oats
  • 100 g Sunflower seeds, hulled
  • 60 g Hemp seeds
  • 65 g Pepita
  • 25 g Chia seeds
  • 120 g Flax seeds
  • 90 g Almonds, toasted and coarsely chopped
  • 25 g Psyllium husks
  • 12 g Sea salt
  • 40 g Maple syrup
  • 55 g Olive oil
  • 600 ml Water
  1. Toast the seeds. Preheat your oven to 180C/350F. Spread the sunflower, hemp and pumpkin seeds on a baking sheet and toast until they start to brown, about 15 minutes, stirring halfway during baking.
  2. Grease or line a standard loaf pan with parchment paper. Place all the dry ingredients into a big bowl. Then pour in the liquid ingredients. Mix it all up with your hands or a wooden spoon.
  3. Once it’s well-mixed, scoop it into your prepared loaf pan and smooth out the top so it looks nice. Cover it with plastic film and leave it in the fridge for at least a few hours, up to a whole day.
  4. Put a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat to 180C/350F. Remove the bread from the refrigerator and let it come to room temperature. Bake the bread for about an hour or so, then take it out and gently remove the loaf from the pan. Let cool completely on a cooling rack for at least 2 hours before slicing. | © 2014 | | © 2014 |


Kiran @ 31/5/14 04:49

Yummy! I love seeded bread and need to bake some soon :)

Medeja 31/5/14 05:42

I have no doubt this bread tasted amazing :) so many seeds..yummy!

Nammi 31/5/14 06:29

ooh I would love a slice of that, love seeds and nuts of all kinds so this would be quite a treat :) have a nice week end

Bel | Ooh, Look... 31/5/14 09:21

Wow, this bread is so packed full of goodness. I feel healthier just by looking at it ;)

Elzbieta Hester 31/5/14 09:48

I believe it, Angie. It looks amazing too, firm and biting on nuts and seeds!

ela h.
Gray Apron

Anonymous 31/5/14 10:57

What an incredible loaf - all the different flavours and texture. Scrumptious.
Have a wonderful weekend Angie.
:-) Mandy xo

Rosa's Yummy Yums 31/5/14 10:59

A wonderful recupe and healthy loaf!



Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 31/5/14 12:27

Very healthy and the seeds on top are so pretty. Wish I had a slice for breakfast this morning.

Vicki Bensinger 31/5/14 16:23

Angie I love this bread. OMG I can't wait to try this, it's stunning. I can see slicing it paper thin and roasting it for a luscious cracker. I'm not sure what those husks are but will check that out. I'm guessing Whole Foods would carry them. Was this is one of David's books or on his site?

cristina 31/5/14 16:26

Wow...what a gorgeous, healthful looking bread. It's like a granola bread with all that goodness rolled into it!

lena 31/5/14 16:54

wow, i've nvr tried a gluten free bread like this kind..and l like that it's full of seeds!

Sugarlove55 31/5/14 17:00

Esto tiene una pinta delicisa!!!

Ann Low 31/5/14 17:23

I love lots of seeds in the bread! Definitely love to try this for sure.
Thanks for sharing, Angie :)

rika@vm 31/5/14 17:53

Wow, this seeded oat bread looks yum, must slab this with vegan butter for the morning!

Sharon D 31/5/14 18:10

Wow..what a gorgeous-looking bread, Angie! Never seen anything like it. I'm really excited to try this recipe one day ^.^

Lisa @ Healthy Nibbles and Bits 31/5/14 18:21

I love the texture of seeded bread. The different texture of all the seeds in one bite! Going to try this soon!

Jessica Hylton 31/5/14 20:03

The texture of that bread is so beautiful! I'd love a slice! :)

Ashley 31/5/14 20:15

Wow, so many awesome seeds in one bread! I just bought hemp seeds for the first time last week - excited to use them!

Cheri Savory Spoon 31/5/14 21:10

Hi Angie, this is my favorite kind of bread for breakfast, and then a few slices of avocado on the side. Will be making this for sure. Thanks! Pinned!

Liz Berg 31/5/14 22:32

Angie, your bread looks outstanding! The more seeds, the better! Love it!

Anonymous 31/5/14 23:49

Your bread looks Amazing! it is nearly the same as seen on deliciously Ella! Another must make for sure! I have made your sprouted back quinoa bread & my hubby, mom, Dad & I all loved it so,much! So Thanks again! �� xxx

Jeannie Tay 1/6/14 03:44

That's superpacked with seeds indeed…must be really crispy when toasted huh!

Sue/the view from great island 1/6/14 05:36

That bread is just stunning --- I can imagine how wonderful it must be toasted!

Lite Home Bake 1/6/14 11:29

This looks so delicious, Angie! I must put in some effort to gather the ingredients and try making one of your healthy bakes one of these days, they are very tempting :)

Barbara 1/6/14 14:03

That's an amazing bread, Angie. And it holds together beautifully, I'd have been worried it would break into pieces when I sliced it.

Eva Taylor 1/6/14 15:06

What a wonderfully dense bread, I bet it's fantastic toasted with melted butter! This is really beautiful Angie.

Anonymous 1/6/14 16:37

It has been much too long since I last dropped by, but I have been travelling and have not even seen a computer for days. It has been great to be away, but I am enjoying being home again, browsing my favourite blogs - and you really have cooked up some fabulous dishes - this looks really yum!

Catherine 1/6/14 16:55

That looks delicious Angie!! Blessings dear. Catherine

Monica 1/6/14 17:55

Looks insanely amazing - love all the nuts and seeds and textures going in there! I imagine this bread doesn't need anything to go with it except a cup of tea.

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 1/6/14 19:03

That is the most amazing and dense seed bread EVER, looks delicious Angie

Hema 1/6/14 19:51

Very beautiful, healthy and I am sure very tasty bread too, such a perfect bake..

Beth 1/6/14 20:13

Your bread looks wonderful. What a great combination of flavours!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/6/14 22:48

It almost looks like granola bread, Angie! A bread I would love, I know.

Alida 1/6/14 23:48

This is a feast of seeds and oats! Absolutely divine this bread! This is great for a healthy and tasty snack. I am bookmarking this recipe.
I missed your recipes! Have a great week.

[Reply] 2/6/14 03:11

These bread looks sensational. Such a power house of wholesome ingredients. Pinning to hopefully make soon as this would be a great snack!

The Yum List 2/6/14 04:16

Now that looks fab! I love your packaging too!

Sokehah Cheah 2/6/14 10:28

I like this bread....lots of chewing,good for the jaw as well as the teeth!

noobcook 2/6/14 12:37

they look so wholesome!

Yelena Strokin 2/6/14 16:20

Looks absolutely outstanding, I love everything with seeds! As soon as I get my kitchen back I will make this bread. I love your recipes!!!!

kitchen flavours 2/6/14 16:25

A lovely bread Angie! I like DL's recipes!

Sue 2/6/14 18:09

This loaf is so dense and amazing! It looks like a giant granola bar! :)

fimère .b 2/6/14 18:13

très tentant, j'aime beaucoup
bonne journée

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 2/6/14 18:40

Wow this looks wonderful. I bet the crunch and flavor combination is wonderful. That little bit of sweet probably really makes it. Thanks!

Mary Frances 2/6/14 18:48

Wow, this looks like a granola bar on steroids! I'd love to try it.

Lady Lilith 2/6/14 18:51

That looks like a really interesting idea. I have not tried seeded breads.

Finla 2/6/14 20:38

Beautiful and so healthy looking, i think i should come andlove with you for a while to learn how to eat healthy. Love the pics too.

Amy 2/6/14 20:39

What a gorgeous loaf. Let me make one for my friends who just had a baby. She's on a vegan and GF diet and sometimes I ran out of ideas of what to make for her. :) thank you so much for sharing.

Caroline Taylor 2/6/14 20:52

That is properly chock full of seeds! Looks great.

Susan 2/6/14 21:05

I just made 24 jars of strawberry jam...I'll be right over:-D

Anonymous 3/6/14 00:08

Beautiful bread, Angie!!

Erin | The Law Students Wife 3/6/14 02:37

I want to bring this bread with me for any picnic ever! I love all of the chunky seeds and grains.

Regina @ LeelaLicious 3/6/14 03:53

This bread looks fantastic! I've always loved breads heavy on seeds. Unfortunately those aren't as easy to come by here in Canada as they were in Germany. I guess home-baking is in order ;)

Katerina 3/6/14 08:01

Must be so crunchy and tasty with all these seeds in it!

Couscous & Consciousness 3/6/14 10:11

Wow, this is seriously amazing looking bread, Angie. Love the sound of all those nuts and seeds, and texture looks amazing.

Elin Chia 3/6/14 10:32

Angie...this looks yummy..every bite is a healthy one :) Thanks for sharing the recipe..easy to make too !

Cass @foodmyfriend 3/6/14 12:28

Angie this is exactly what I have been looking for! It looks like an incredibly nutritious bread. I would eat this for breakfast! How long would it keep for? and best storage method?

Asmita 3/6/14 12:32

Absolutely gorgeous! Love how all your baked goods turn out especially the breads. Yum!!!

Anh 3/6/14 12:48

Very interesting recipe!! I would make this for sure!

Ann Jones 3/6/14 13:26

I love all the nuts and seeds you have packed into your recipe! This bread would be great with a cup of coffee in the morning.

Emma @ Fork and Good 3/6/14 13:39

What a colourful little loaf. Bet this tastes awesome angie!! Wouldn't mind chewing on a slice of this a nice lentil stew :)

Gloria Baker 3/6/14 13:50

Angie all your breads look always amazing!:)

Debra Eliotseats 3/6/14 14:35

Really interested in the psyllium. This would be perfect for a quick breakfast.

Kitchen Belleicious 3/6/14 14:51

you always make the best breads and this one is no exception. Looks delicious and i love the polish proverb quote. I just saw that and love it

M D 3/6/14 15:28

That slice looks delicious. What a way to begin the day with. Super seeded bread I would call!

Angie Schneider 3/6/14 16:34

@Cass @foodmyfriend I simply put it in a paper bag and leave it on the counter...we finished it off the 2nd day..

Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 3/6/14 20:35

Love all the nuts and seeds in this nutrient packed bread - this would make an excellent breakfast or snack.

Erica 3/6/14 21:57

What a wonderful recipe, Angie!I love all your breads.... you are a great baker :)

Chris Scheuer 4/6/14 02:18

I would love this for toast and sandwiches. It looks amazing Angie!

Reeni Pisano 4/6/14 03:06

I love, love, LOVE seedy breads Angie! This looks wonderful! I remember the other one you made. Thanks for the tip on psyllium husks - I'm doing some gluten-free bread baking this weekend and am going to try using it.

Gaby 4/6/14 14:42

Wow, I love this bread! It's so healthy and looks delicious!

My Inner Chick 6/6/14 13:46

This is, by far, the most interesting looking bread I've ever SEEN)))!! xx

mjskit 6/6/14 23:50

One slice of this bread will give me enough energy to run all of my errands in a day! :) Love all of the wonderful seeds and the heartiness and healthiness of this bread.

Rebecca Subbiah 9/6/14 19:42

looks really good and healthy I want a slice with cheese

Terra 10/6/14 05:23

I am in love with this recipe! This would be awesome for a mid-day snack, such awesome protein! Yum, Hugs, Terra

Shobha 11/6/14 09:06

This bread looks awesome !
A healthy loaf !

My Little Space 20/6/14 02:27

I can see how good it tastes. Just imagine all the nuts & seeds all over your mouth. Yummm....


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