Quark Oatbran Bread

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A delicious and healthy bread with Magerquark (German fresh cheese, almost fat-free), oat bran, and eggs. Dense, moist, gluten-free friendly and a perfect compliment to salads and soups.
Oat bran is the outside casing of the oat grain and contains soluble fiber, which helps lower your cholesterol and provide a number of other health benefits.

Gluten Free Quark Oatbran Bread

adapted from Fitness Dessert
  • 500 g 0.2% Magerquark (German fresh cheese)
  • 50 ml 1.5% Milk
  • 2 Large eggs
  • 2 Large egg whites
  • 250 g Gluten-free oat bran
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 tbsp Fresh thyme leaves
  • 3 Thyme branches
  • Herb salt
  • Black pepper
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line a 25-cm loaf pan with parchment paper.
  2. Stir together the Magerquark, milk, eggs, and egg whites in a mixing bowl. Add in oat bran, baking powder, thyme leaves, herb salt and black pepper. Combine all the ingredients with a hand mixer until well combined.
  3. Spoon the thick batter into the prepared loaf pan. Garnish with thyme branches. Bake in the center of hot oven for about 35 minutes.

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84 comments:

Caroline Taylor 27/6/14 15:13

This sounds like such an interesting loaf, great with the tomatoes too.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 27/6/14 15:37

An interesting recipe. This bread is perfect for making open sandwiches.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Emma @ Fork and Good 27/6/14 15:57

Love the colours of the tomato on the bread. Looks amazing. I could quite happily munch down on a slice of this right now!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 27/6/14 17:11

As always, beautiful and I'm sure good for you!

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Ann Low 27/6/14 17:18

Angie, All your breads are so heathy and pretty. I must learn from you :D

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Nammi 27/6/14 18:20

looks good as always :) have a nice weekend

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 27/6/14 19:45

Lovely and the bread looks so pretty with the tomato topping. I hope you have a nice weekend Angie.
Sam

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Sweet Posy Dreams 27/6/14 21:10

Looks great. In fact, I'm getting hungry!

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grace 27/6/14 21:51

nice loaf, angie! you're the only person i know who ever uses quark well. :)

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 27/6/14 22:45

Interesting use of flavors and ingredients here.

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Priya Suresh 27/6/14 22:56

Very gorgeous bread, this is something extremely irresistible..

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sangeeta 27/6/14 23:16

wow this is one healthy protein rich bread. I can imagine the taste with some sharp rocket pesto with it :-)

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Beth 28/6/14 00:57

The bread sounds great, and the tomatoes are so beautiful on it. Gorgeous photos!

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Jasna Varcakovic 28/6/14 01:37

Gluten free, full of protein and fibre...good looking!

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Kelly 28/6/14 05:06

You always have the most creative bread recipes Angie :) Love this healthy loaf with oat bran and I'll bet the thyme smells great baking up and gives this such amazing flavor!

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Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes 28/6/14 05:23

This bread is so beautiful Angie - love the shot of the unbaked bread! You can just see how delicious it's going to come out.

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Gloria Baker 28/6/14 06:27

What lovely loaf Angie look delicious!

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Angela @ My Golden Pear 28/6/14 08:08

I love bread with a bit of substance to it and this looks just perfect and healthy too :-) Great shots!

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Elzbieta Hester 28/6/14 10:41

Baked to perfection, Angie...lovely texture and flavor...

ela h.
Gray Apron

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My Little Space 28/6/14 11:03

Beautiful texture of your gluten-free bread. So smooth. Is it possible to replace the cheese with cream cheese? Thanks again for sharing another lovely recipe.
Enjoy your weekend dear.
Blessings, Kristy
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GG 28/6/14 13:51

I must try this it looks delicious and so pretty with the thyme sprigs. Perfect for a dinner party. GG

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Lite Home Bake 28/6/14 15:52

A very unique and beautiful loaf, amazing as always!

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Cristina 28/6/14 18:26

Such a pretty and healthful bread, Angie. I'm luvin the breads you've been featuring and their healthy aspects! ;)

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Gourmet Getaways 28/6/14 18:35

A healthier bread option means healthier, happier family! This goes in my list. Thanks for sharing!

Julie
Gourmet Getaways

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lena 28/6/14 19:35

oh angie, i wished i could get hold some slices of your bread too, am curious about the taste of quark and the loaf looks so gorgeous!

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Tze @ Awayofmind 28/6/14 19:37

Angie, this bread is so healthy with oat bran in it! Love it to go with salad too!

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Kari Lindsay 28/6/14 21:34

Mmm... good, dense, fresh bread! All it needs is a slice of good cheese, or a slathering of some more quark! Love it Angie!

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Bel | Ooh, Look... 28/6/14 23:31

Such beautiful colours in your photos, Angie. And nothing better than a cholesterol-lowering bread!

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Elisabeth Pregadio 28/6/14 23:58

Angie, your bread recipes are always so unusual, creative, and super healthy delicious. Love the addition of the Quark in the bread, and I would gobble up those lovely slices with the sliced tomatoes on them in a 'heart beat'...we sure could use a great bread at the 'picnic'!

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Chris Scheuer 29/6/14 00:57

I wish we could find quark here, such a great product. I love that you used in for bread Angie!

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Liz Berg 29/6/14 01:30

You make the BEST breads! The thyme makes this perfect for summer tomato sandwiches :)

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Monica 29/6/14 02:59

Looks great with those tomatoes!

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Nippon Nin 29/6/14 06:33

Love your pics! The color of tomatoes pops! Very pretty and unique bread recipe.

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Jeannie Tay 29/6/14 07:57

This bread looks so healthy and the thyme must have made this loaf of bread really fragrant!

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Choclette 29/6/14 09:54

That looks superb Angie, just my sort of thing. I do love your breads, they are always so interesting, look good, sound as though they taste good AND good for you too. Adding thyme to the top is a tip I shall try and remember.

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Sharon D 29/6/14 11:54

What a beautiful loaf, Angie. I have to try this! :D

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Medeja 29/6/14 13:06

This bread sounds great! I wish I could try at least a little corner :D

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Debra Eliotseats 29/6/14 14:52

Really beautiful bread---especially with that bruschetta topping!

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Sue/the view from great island 29/6/14 16:34

Angie when are you going to write a book on all your unique breads? I'll buy it!

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Chrissy 29/6/14 16:41

This looks heavenly and I love quark! Can't wait to try it!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 29/6/14 17:59

Hi Angie, love that this is a quick bread and good for you too!

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mjskit 30/6/14 00:34

I bet this smells cooking baking!! There is nothing more delicious than a warm herb bread. Love the combination of the thyme and the cheese in a bread!

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Ashley 30/6/14 02:43

I've had a whole box of oat bran just sitting in my pantry for the longest time ... I really need to put it to use! This sounds fantastic!

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ami@naivecookcooks 30/6/14 05:19

such a unique recipe!! Love all the different kinds of bread recipes you post!

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Jess Bakericious 30/6/14 06:02

I need some healthy breakfast lol.

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kitchen flavours 30/6/14 08:29

Such a lovely and healthy loaf of bread! And I like it that you serve it with tomatoes!

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noobcook 30/6/14 09:27

I love cheesy bread like this, looks lovely.

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Alida 30/6/14 13:28

Delicious bread Angie. Love the addition of quark. It makes it filling and nutritious. Have a fab week x

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Jeanette 30/6/14 14:50

I would love to have a loaf of this to serve for breakfast or as an afternoon snack. The tomato topping is a great idea.

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Raven Cauthon 30/6/14 16:50

Wow, that looks so great Angie! YUM

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Kathy 30/6/14 18:19

This looks and sounds like a wonderfully tasteful and hearty bread! Lovely photos!

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Kathleen @ My Trader Joe's 30/6/14 18:30

This bread looks incredibly delicious and healthy. Love the idea of using Magerquark. Can’t wait to make it..thanks!

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 30/6/14 20:35

Yet another beautiful loaf of bread! You can't go wrong with cheese bread...sounds fabulous!!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 30/6/14 21:09

I love the thyme branches baked in the bread, Angie! It looks delicious with those lovely tomatoes, arugula and dill.

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 30/6/14 21:37

I can smell the herbs from here! Delicious!

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Joanne 1/7/14 02:45

I wish quark were more readily available here!! I bet it makes this bread so deliciously moist!

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 1/7/14 02:50

Love the herbs Angie - saw this on Facebook and knew it would appeal to me! Your photos and food styling is amazing - love it all!

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Reeni 1/7/14 03:36

This has such great texture Angie! And, as always it's beautiful and delicious sounding! I want to jump into the screen and eat it.

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Dawn Yucuis 1/7/14 04:39

Your bread looks like it has very nice texture to it. Sounds delicious.

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Katerina 1/7/14 08:47

I have to get my hands on quark someday! I've heard about it and I am so curious! This bread looks perfect Angie!

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lenia 1/7/14 08:50

Ohhh, what a fantastic bread!Amazing pics as always!
Kisses,dear!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 1/7/14 12:23

This loaf looks beautiful. I bet it's really delicious topped with the fresh tomatoes like you show in your photos - complimenting the quark and thyme nicely.

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Barbara 1/7/14 14:08

That must have been delicious with those lovely tomatoes, Angie. One of my favorite lunches in the summer. Now I'll have to try that bread!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 2/7/14 00:29

Great bread recipe, I love how moist it looks and full of cheese protein. Grat pics with the tomatoes.

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Guru Uru 2/7/14 01:29

This bread looks wonderful my friend, with some old pesto spread, it could be my lunch :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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The Yum List 2/7/14 02:06

I truly am amazed at the variety of breads you are able to make.

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Rebecca Subbiah 2/7/14 06:06

looks great and moist love your recipes :-) you should garden even just a few containers :-)

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Pilar. Cook and Spoon 2/7/14 10:24

I can imagine it in a vegetable sandwich. Delicious!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 2/7/14 13:58

I love that you used quark in this recipe, I discovered it a few years ago and loved the fact it was almost fat free but beyond making German chocolate cake and topping fresh fruit with it I never really new what to do with it, great inspiration looks lovely :D

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Mary Frances 2/7/14 15:11

This is such an interesting way to use quark. Very cool!

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Shashi @ Runnin Srilankan 2/7/14 18:07

Angie - you have some of the best gluten free recipes! This bread is so so beautiful with those herbs in it!

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fimère .b 2/7/14 20:27

un pain parfait et délicieux j'adore
bonne soirée

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Ann Jones 3/7/14 01:28

Your bread recipes always look so delicious! This looks like a bread I would love!

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sophiesfoodiefiles 3/7/14 10:34

I made your delectable bread this morning, Angie! Just wonderful & oh so tasty too! xxx

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 4/7/14 01:55

Angie, what a beautiful loaf! And with those tomatoes! (Plus, I just made homemade mayonnaise today and am absolutely craving a really good tomato sandwich.)

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Kelly 4/7/14 12:09

Love all your breads, this one is another creative combo. The tomatoes look so fresh and delicious and sound perfect with the flavors!

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Roz Corieri Paige 6/7/14 15:36

What a beautiful bread, Angie! Love all of the veggies that you included that makes the flavor pop in the simplest way! I love to eat bread in such simplicity to taste all of the layers of flavor!

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motherrimmy 7/7/14 21:05

You make the most delicious looking breads. I'm afraid if I made this I would eat the entire loaf by myself. It looks wonderful topped with tomatoes and greens.

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Geraldine Saucier 10/7/14 05:15

Love this bread. The tomatoes look wonderful.

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Chaya Selig 10/7/14 17:07

I would very much to like this for us to have with dinner.

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Asmita 10/7/14 17:30

Would love to taste this! Sounds so unique and amazing! Your pictures are gorgeous!!

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 13/7/14 18:49

So beautiful Angie and I love the summer fresh presentation with the tomato. Quick always works for me! ;-). Especially in the summer when we'd all rather be doing something else in the great outdoors. This is a keeper.

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