Einkorn Chia Poppy Loaf Cake


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This lemon poppy seed einkorn cake is deliciously healthy, and quick to make, and perfect for a spring brunch. The flavours of lemon and poppy seeds complement each other beautifully in this loaf cake, but chia seeds and coconut were added for extra goodness and flavour. If desired, prepare a lemon syrup and drizzle over the warm cake.

Einkorn Chia Poppy Loaf Cake

adapted from taste
  • 110 g Einkorn, ground into flour
  • 100 g Finely ground poppy seeds
  • 1 tbsp Coconut flour
  • 1 tbsp Chia seeds
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 10 g NuNaturals white stevia powder
  • 10 drop Lemon flavoured liquid stevia
  • 70 g Coconut oil, melted and cooled
  • 160 g Coconut cream
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Large lemon, zested and juiced
  • 80 g Blueberries, optional
  1. Line a 20cm loaf pan with baking paper. Preheat the oven to 175C/350F.
  2. Whisk together the ground einkorn, ground poppy seeds, coconut flour, chia seeds, baking soda and a pinch of salt in a mixing bowl.
  3. In another bowl, stir together the stevia powder, liquid stevia, melted coconut oil, coconut cream, eggs, lemon zest and juice.
  4. Pour the wet ingredients into the flour mixture and mix gently until well combined. Transfer the cake batter into the prepared loaf pan. Top with the blueberries if using.
  5. Bake in the middle of hot oven for about 40 minutes until golden brown. Remove and cool the cake in the pan for 5 minutes. Turn out the cake and cool on a wire rack completely.

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71 comments:

Anupama Paliwal 15/3/16 08:26
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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 15/3/16 08:28

This loaf sound fabulously, delish, Angie. And those blueberries are adding luscious texture and flavors to this. Absolutely loving the idea. YUM!

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faithy 15/3/16 08:52

Looks hearty and delicious! Excuse me while I go have a piece of cake.. after seeing your loaf, I'm craving for a slice of cake..

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Sophie 15/3/16 09:22

I love this special cake & with its awesome flavors in it, it must be utterly tasty too!
You made fantastic photos too! Waw! xxx

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Rosa 15/3/16 09:55

It looks heavenly!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Ann Low 15/3/16 10:50

This healthy cake looks beautiful.Love the blueberries topping!

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thecompletecookbook 15/3/16 10:53

Angie what a fabulous tea cake.
Have a wonderful day.
:-) Mandy xo

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Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 15/3/16 11:17

Those blueberries are just calling my name. This looks like a delicious Spring loaf.

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 15/3/16 12:02

What an exotic name. Now I'm craving blueberries...
Sam

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All That I'm Eating 15/3/16 12:36

Love this recipe, another great one for using einkorn! Bet it's good with the poppy seeds.

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Nazneen Hamilton 15/3/16 13:38

Love the colour from the poppy seeds! Looking at the ingredients, I bet this loaf is moist and flavourful. Looks beautiful, Angie!

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Navaneetham Krishnan 15/3/16 14:46

The lemony scent I simply love in this cake. Such a beauty as well.

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Monica 15/3/16 14:53

I definitely love the addition of the plump juicy blueberries on top of this loaf! Love a loaf like this, ready for breakfast, snacking, or dessert!

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Claudia 15/3/16 14:56

Now I am wishing my blueberry bush was bearing fruit! I have never cooked with Stevia- healthy? Love the use of coconut. I do love tea breads - just the right amount of sweet and not cloying. Delicious!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 15/3/16 15:53

This would be something I would take on the go. Love the fact that you use einkorn even though I have never baked with it. I need to someday!

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Nancy Chan 15/3/16 17:22

I am so tempted by such a delicious looking cake!

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Caterina B 15/3/16 18:16

If one does not have Einkorn flour, either in berries to grind or already ground, how much flour would this recipe use, please?
So...what is the weight of the berries after they are ground?
Sorry, would they still weigh the same? Hm...maybe they would.
Sorry if my question is stupid. Guess I'll experiment with something
I can grind to find the answer.

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grace 15/3/16 18:42

i finally caved and bought some chia seeds...something very similar to this might be my first use!

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Juliana 15/3/16 19:52

Angie, you always come up with interesting recipe...this cake is amazing, packed with good nutritious ingredients...
I yet have to try baking with Einkorn flour...thanks for the inspiration!
Have a wonderful week :)

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CookWith Manali 15/3/16 20:11

what a beautiful cake Angie! will be perfect with a cup of coffee!

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Alida 15/3/16 20:13

Wow! This cake has such a fantastic texture and colour! I am entrigued by einkorn as you seem to bake a lot with it. I will look for it in my local health shops next time I go out.

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Angie Schneider 15/3/16 20:16

@Caterina BSpelt will be a nice alternative. And yes, the weight will stay the same after the berries are ground.

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Tricia Buice 15/3/16 20:19

I'm always looking for ways to incorporate coconut flour. This is a lovely cake and the blueberries are a great addition. The lemon glaze sounds wonderful too!

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Pam 15/3/16 20:58

Another delicious and beautiful loaf cake. YUM!

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Gloria Baker 16/3/16 01:51

All your loaf and cakes look amazing !!
Love poppy seeds :)
xoxo

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Kushi S 16/3/16 02:32

This looks gorgeous dear. Your recipes are so interesting. Wish I could get a slice right now :-)

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Christine Ho 16/3/16 05:30

Healthy snack, Angie. Love the poppy seeds. They are so good.

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Adina 16/3/16 15:11

Great looking cake. I love poppy but I don't use it often enough, I think. I have to buy some again.

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Susan 16/3/16 15:11

What a healthy way to start the morning! Are those blueberries? Love the addition of Chia Seeds, XOXO

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Sokehah Cheah 16/3/16 15:45

This is indeed a healthy loaf, love all the pics!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 16/3/16 19:06

Hi Angie, such a beautiful loaf cake, love that you added blueberries and seeds, what a wonderful combo.

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Kathy 16/3/16 23:54

A beautiful loaf, Angie! It looks mouthwatering with all those blueberries on top.

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Gourmet Getaways 17/3/16 00:26

Your photos look amazing!! We must be on the same wave length as I just dis some blueberry baking too.
Thanks so much for sharing
Julie
Gourmet Getaways

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Evelyne CulturEatz 17/3/16 01:38

So many good and yummy ingredients going on here Angie. Love the dark color of it and I say blueberries are a MUST!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 17/3/16 01:50

Ohhhhh beautiful loaf, Angie! I love how the blueberries nestle down deeper into the cake. And I can only imagine it warm out of the oven with a lemon drizzle! Gorgeous photos! : )

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 17/3/16 04:59

Angie, I checked out the recipe that you adapted your amazing Chia Poppy Loaf Cake from, and I must say it's more than just a slight change; You've created a totally new and different one, which is incredible, because most of the time it's just a little 'tweek' here and there! Love the poppy seed with the chia seed pairing, and the blueberries just really adds an even more tastier, addition, and presentation!

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 17/3/16 05:05

I meant to say most people 'tweek' recipes a little here, and there...did not mean that you do this. Strangely enough, I never even check the original source recipes come from, and this time I was curious! (OK, enough babbling)

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 17/3/16 16:18

You bake the most beautiful breads, loaves and cakes, Angie! And you are always so creative with them!! Love this one just as much as the last! Cheers, dear!

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Caterina B 17/3/16 17:42

Thanks, Angie, for your reply.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 17/3/16 21:26

Angie those blueberries look amazing as does the rest of this loaf!

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Chris Scheuer 17/3/16 22:04

This sounds wonderful Angie. I would definitely keep the blueberries, they make it look so pretty!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 17/3/16 22:47

Lemon poppy seed is a huge favorite of mine during spring! This cake looks just wonderful!

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Liz Berg 18/3/16 00:13

Lemons, blueberries and all those seeds sounds like heaven to me. I'd love a couple slices for my breakfast!

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Catherine 18/3/16 04:36

Dear Angie, What a beautiful loaf cake. I know that it would be perfect with coffee in the morning for breakfast. Have a beautiful weekend. xoxo Catherine

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Karen S Booth 18/3/16 11:17

What a GREAT way to use an ancient grain and such a DELECTABLE looking cake too - perfect for Easter Angie! Karen

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Agness Walewinder 18/3/16 17:58

Oh my God, this cake looks absolutely amazing! I'm in love!

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Geraldine Saucier 18/3/16 18:51

Angie, another wonderful recipe. I love this. I plan on baking it this weekend. Thanks for all of your great posts.

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Rosita Vargas 19/3/16 02:42

se ve muy exquisito y bello me gusta mucho,abrazos.

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motherrimmy 19/3/16 04:48

Your recipe is so timely - my coworker is the first person I've known that uses Einkorn and was looking for recipes. I'll pass your blog along to him. You use it often and your baked goods always look so delicious.

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Velva 19/3/16 13:16

Lemon and poppy seeds are a natural combination. Another beautiful and delicious loaf by Angie :-)

Velva

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Terra 19/3/16 21:00

Oh my goodness, look how pretty that bread is: I want! I need to make more fruity loaves, they are so satisfying! Yum, Terra

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Kelly - Life Made Sweeter 19/3/16 21:09

This is the perfect loaf for spring! I love the blueberries, lemon and poppy seed combo! It looks and sounds delicious, Angie! :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 19/3/16 22:42

So many wonderful and healthy ingredients in this beautiful loaf, Angie! I have yet to see Eikhorn flour but am still looking :)

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Rosita Vargas 20/3/16 04:07

Este rico pan de CHÍA me lo recomendaron para bajar el colesterol lo haré pronto me encantó,abrazos

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 20/3/16 10:10

Oh that would be so delicious Angie. I love the blueberries in there

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 20/3/16 17:51

This looks so tasty! I would definitely make it with the blueberries, as they are my current obsession!

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Beth 20/3/16 18:00

Lemon, poppy seeds, and blueberries. What a terrific combination!

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Debra Eliotseats 20/3/16 20:37

Love the sprinkling of sugar!

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Dawn Yucuis 21/3/16 04:01

This loaf cake sounds yummy. I love how your recipes are always healthy and delicious!!!

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ZazaCook 21/3/16 12:08

What a beautiful and healthy recipe! Looks so tasty! I can imagine how amazing the aroma must be in your kitchen after baking this cake. Have a terrific week, Angie!

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norma chang 21/3/16 12:57

So easy yet impressive and delicious not to mention healthy, I would love a thick slice now with my coffee.

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Muna Kenny 21/3/16 15:01

What a beautiful Loaf Angie! I love that it's good for my heart and light on my tummy. It really looks delicious :)

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Balvinder Ubi 21/3/16 17:03

This loaf look delicious with the juicy sweet blueberries.

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Vicki Bensinger 21/3/16 18:04

Great recipe Angie. I"ve been trying to create a few dishes with chia seeds since they're so good for you. I love blueberries so I'm sure I'd enjoy this. I'll definitely give it a go.

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mjskitchen 22/3/16 02:34

My mother used to make a lemon and poppy seed pound cake which was out of this world. This cake reminds me of it in flavor, but certainly not in ingredients. You cake is much healthier and heartier. I can understand why you call it a brunch.

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Choclette Blogger 25/3/16 10:21

I had my first cake made with ground poppy seeds quite recently and was amazed at what a difference it made as opposed to eating them whole. Your loaf sounds gorgeous.

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Katalina Kastravet 26/3/16 04:02

So gorgeous and creative, would like to have a slice!

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Sharon D 29/3/16 01:51

This is a stunning loaf cake, Angie! Why, oh why, do we live so far away from each other ..

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Gina Stanley 29/3/16 05:32

One of my favorite combos lemon and blueberries. Another thing I need to try.

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Roz Corieri Paige 17/4/16 18:04

What a blueberry studded bread! With lemon and poppy seeds, I can only imagine how wonderful this tastes, Angie!

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