Walnut Date Loaf#refined sugar free


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Sweet dates and crunchy walnuts make this einkorn quick bread deliciously different. It's easy to make and great for breakfast or as a healthy snack. To make your own date paste, simply soak 200 grams of pitted dates in water or tea overnight, drain and process until completely smooth.

Dry IngredientsWet Ingredients
  • 200 g Einkorn berries, ground into flour
  • 50 g Walnuts, ground into flour
  • 2 tsp Baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 1 tsp Ginger powder
  • Large pinch of sea salt
  • 50 g Walnut halves for topping
  • 3 Medium eggs, at room-temperature
  • 250 g Date paste
  • 60 g Kefir
  • 60 g Flaxseed oil
  • 20 g Roasted sesame seed oil
  • 1 tbsp Maple syrup
  1. Preheat the oven to 160C/320F. Grease a standard-size loaf pan and line the bottom with a piece of parchment paper and set aside.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine einkorn flour, walnut flour, baking soda, spices and salt. Whisk until well combined.
  3. In another large bowl, combine the eggs, date paste, kefir, flaxseed oil, sesame oil, and maple syrup. Whisk vigorously until well combined, then add in the flour mixture and stir with a wooden spoon until completely incorporated.
  4. Spread the batter to the prepared loaf pan and top with walnut halves. Bake for 55 to 60 minutes until the top is nicely golden brown and a skewer inserted in the center comes out clean. Allow the loaf to cool in the pan for 5 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

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75 comments:

Rosa 11/5/17 07:25

Lovely texture and flavour combination.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Nava K 11/5/17 09:21

Ohhh Angie. You sure know how to trigger turn my hunger throne for a cup of hot coffee and this walnut loaf. High tea time please.

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Rafeeda AR 11/5/17 12:51

Beautifully sturdy date loaf this one is...

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 11/5/17 13:32

I keep meaning to pick up more dates at the store and have been forgetting! I need to grab some to make this loaf!

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Monica 11/5/17 13:59

Love those large gorgeous walnuts on top and the bread looks moist and delicious!

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Tricia Buice 11/5/17 14:03

I've had date nut bread / bars / loaves on my mind lately so this is perfect. Those thick slices have my mouth watering this morning. What do you recommend as a substitute for the Einkorn berries if we can't find them? Beautiful clicks Angie and a beautiful loaf!

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No Spoon Necessary 11/5/17 14:14

Oh my goodness, Angie! This loaf is definitely screaming my name! I absolutely love dates and walnuts, so combining them into a loaf is genius! PLUS this carb-tastic beauty is refined sugar free!? YES PLEASE! Cheers, friend!

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Nancy Chan 11/5/17 15:50

There are lots of dates on sale now in the stores. Just the right time to make this walnut date loaf. A piece of walnut date loaf and a cup of coffee will be great.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 11/5/17 17:01

Walnuts and dates are a delicious match made in heaven, love that you ground your own flour, bet this is wonderful!

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Pam 11/5/17 17:24

What a beautiful loaf of bread - another winner Angie!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 11/5/17 17:28

A beautiful loaf, Angie! Love the use of date paste - very lovely.

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Pam 11/5/17 18:27

Oh, it looks fantastic, Angie! I know I would love it, esp because of the dates and walnuts! We just don't see recipes with walnuts enough! Thanks for the recipe!

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Juliana 11/5/17 19:19

Nice loaf Angie, and the idea of using date paste as the sweet component is just amazing.
I hope you are having a fabulous week :)

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 11/5/17 22:10

This bread looks amazing and because it's refined sugar free I love it even more!

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Evolve With Mary 12/5/17 04:32

This Walnut date loaf looks darn tasty Angie :) I like the idea of using date paste instead of sugar. Those whole walnuts make my mouth water.

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Dawn Yucuis 12/5/17 04:33

My mom always made a date bread at Christmas time. This one sounds wonderful.

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Balvinder Ubi 12/5/17 07:17

That looks lovely,Angie!I do like a good walnut studded loaf.Sugar free is bonus!

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All That I'm Eating 12/5/17 12:10

I love adding dates to cakes, they have such a lovely flavour and texture.

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Shashi at SavorySpin 12/5/17 13:32

Angie, not only does this loaf look spectacular - it must have smelled wonderful coming out of your oven - loving the ginger in it.

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Alida 12/5/17 13:40

What a wonderful healthy loaf! I love this recipe and I will definitely try it. Have a nice weekend!

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Liz Berg 12/5/17 17:17

Such a gorgeous bread! I love the double dose of walnuts---so delicious!!

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 12/5/17 17:41

So much in love with the lovely texture and flavor of this walnut loaf, Angie. Gorgeous share.

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Ritu Ahuja 12/5/17 18:04

This loaf looks perfect. Healthy and yummy :)

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Amy 12/5/17 18:44

This loaf looks so delicious. The Walnut on top are the best natural "decoration"! :) Thanks for sharing.

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fimère .b 12/5/17 21:42

un pain délicieux datte/noix un duo parfait j'aime
bonne soirée

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Evelyne CulturEatz 12/5/17 21:54

Oh great loaf. Walnts are so great for these loaf breads and yeah dates are magic for a more natural sugar. And thimbs up on the kefir too!

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Gloria Baker 13/5/17 00:48

Soooo beautiful ANgie, Always I love yours breads and loafs!! xoxox

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Ivy 13/5/17 16:07

Love this bread. You really know how to make everything so healthy and delicious!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 13/5/17 18:56

You already know I love dates and nuts together so would welcome your bread on my breakfast table any day, Angie!

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Nammi 13/5/17 19:01

wow , I could use some sugar free recipes, my father suffers from diabetes, heart disease and newly added to his list high potassium levels, !!! this looks so delicious!

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Easyfoodsmith 13/5/17 20:03

I love how dates paste has swapped sugar and made this cake deliciously healthy.

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I dolci di Grazia 14/5/17 07:06

Hi Angie! This is a wonderful cake.

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natalia20041989 14/5/17 12:03

Wow, it looks incredible with nuts on top, inspiring☺

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Sharon D 14/5/17 14:49

Oh my, this is just lovely, Angie. I'm imagining coffee with this one!

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 14/5/17 15:07

Delicious and healthy loaf.. Wish i could grab a loaf!!

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Rosita Vargas 14/5/17 19:34

Es muy delicioso Angie me encantan los frutos secos,abrazos.

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Debra Eliotseats 14/5/17 23:46

The top of the loaf looks fantastic with those walnut pieces. Loved that your sweetening agent is maple syrup.

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lisa is cooking 15/5/17 01:01

I love using dates for sweetness instead of refined sugar. This sounds perfect!

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mjskit 15/5/17 04:05

Well you just took walnut date bread to a whole new level! Beautiful loaf, beautiful texture!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 15/5/17 05:35

Beautiful loaf, Angie! I just love dates. And baking with them makes everything moist! (Love that walnut top!)

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Kelly 15/5/17 07:06

You make the most delicious breads! Love the date paste and walnuts in here! Wish I had a big slice!

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Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes 15/5/17 08:55

This is STUNNING Angie!! Love the gorgeous nuts throughout the loaf with the date paste too!

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Choclette Blogger 15/5/17 11:33

Date and walnut bread was one of the first cakes I ever made. I would have used wholemeal flour, but I think I prefer your version with ground walnuts and date paste. Fantastic. Good to see you using kefir :)

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Angie Schneider 15/5/17 12:10

@Tricia Buice Spelt would be just as great, Tricia.

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Supriya Kutty 15/5/17 13:48

wow.. This is awesome and Yummy. I'll soon try this.

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Veronica Ng 15/5/17 15:32

This is definitely a very interesting and unusual cake (at least to me). Would the sesame oil fragrance be overpowering in the cake? Thank you for introducing such an awesome cake.

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Hema 15/5/17 19:51

Wow, the loaf looks so good, such delicious ingredients and I would love to try out sesame oil in baking..

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norma chang 15/5/17 23:58

Another delicious and healthy loaf of bread and so easy to make.

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Reeni Pisano 16/5/17 02:50

I just love the flavor of dates in baked goods Angie! This looks wonderful!

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My Inner Chick 16/5/17 03:26

Angie,
this bread looks SOOOOOOOOOO darn gooood!!))))

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 16/5/17 05:46

Walnuts and dates are such a fabulous combo. Put them in bread and I am sold!

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Emma Ferguson 16/5/17 07:09

Another beautiful loaf Angie, that texture looks perfect.

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Cook With Manali 16/5/17 11:11

What a pretty loaf, this would be perfect with chai! yum!

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grace 16/5/17 14:02

i love walnuts in breads! what great ingredients. i haven't baked with kefir, but i like the looks of what it helps produce!

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Angie Schneider 16/5/17 15:33

@Veronica Ng I actually was planning to use walnut oil, but didn't realize that I didn't have any left. That's why I used sesame oil and I didn't find it overpowering, but you can use cold pressed sesame seed oil which is not toasted and not as aromatic as toasted version.

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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 16/5/17 16:14

Gorgeous quick bread, Angie! Love all those warm spices. I would love to have some for breakfast soon! :)

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 16/5/17 17:48

SUGAR FREE FOR THE FRIGGIN' WIN! You know me! I love sugar-free everything cause in my PERSONAL opinion sugar is the devil and ... My body can't actually process it! And you know what? I am actually THANKFUL for that LOL!

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Kitchen Riffs 17/5/17 02:07

Wow, such a great looking loaf. Full of goodness, including loads of flavor. Good stuff -- thanks.

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Adina 17/5/17 09:17

I bought some date paste some months ago but haven't used it yet. This sounds like a delicious way of using it.

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The Yum List 17/5/17 23:55

This looks delicious. I'd love a slice... please :-)

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Mindy Boyd 18/5/17 06:00

This bread looks perfect, I bet it tastes perfect too!

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noobcook 19/5/17 07:30

your kitchen must smell lovely when they are baking~

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The Reader's Tales 19/5/17 09:04

This bread teally looks moist and delicious! I'd love a slice with my tea now :)

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nadia 21/5/17 17:31

Looks absolutely delicious Angie :D Love date & walnut loaves

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 21/5/17 23:03

Mmmm... I bet with the date paste, this is fantastic!

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Catherine 22/5/17 21:45

Dear Angie, This is wonderful. Growing up my mother always gave me date-nut bread with cream cheese. This is a delicious version. xo Catherine

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Evi @ greenevi 23/5/17 18:25

Such a pretty loaf! Walnuts and ginger is always a good combo ;)

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Ashika | Gardening Foodie 23/5/17 21:23

Looks really delicious, the dates and walnuts are such a great combination. Love it!!

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My Little Space 24/5/17 12:06

Angie, I can see that you've stopped using common white flour for a very long time. I wish I can find better quality flour here. But always too expensive to purchase them. The texture looks so good. Very fine crumb!
Dumpling festival is just at the corner. Hope you'll have a great time chatting with your family. >o<
Blessings, Kristy

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Olga Riofrio 24/5/17 14:21

Wow this looks delicious.

Olga

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 24/5/17 20:08

Absolutely delicious and moist looking healthy loaf, Angie. I can almost smell that. :)

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Sophie 28/5/17 06:41

Waw, What a pretty looking walnut date bread! I bet that that roasted sesame oil in it gives it something extra! Yum!

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Sokehah Cheah 12/6/17 17:01

A lovely creation, Angie. Nutritious too!

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