Spelt Emmer Twisted Bread with Almond Butter

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The homemade almond butter between layers of soft dough makes this sweet yeast bread absolutely irresistible and perfect for breakfast or brunch. It is so easy to make and versatile-feel free to use any nut butter, chocolate spread or pesto for a savoury version.

  • 350 g Spelt bread flour
  • 100 g Emmer wholemeal flour
  • 20 g Coconut sugar
  • 25 g Fresh yeast
  • 180 ml Coconut drink ( I used Alpro)
  • 30 g Coconut oil
  • 2 Small eggs, beaten
  • 320 g Homemade almond butter
  1. Combine spelt bread flour, wholemeal emmer flour and coconut sugar in the bowl of your mixer. Make a well in the center.
  2. Heat the coconut drink until warm and add in coconut oil. Stir until melted and combined. Dissolve the fresh yeast in the coconut drink.
  3. Add yeast mixture and eggs, reserving 1 tablespoon to brush, to the well of the flour mixture. Mix on low speed until combined. Increase the speed and knead until elastic and soft, about 7 minutes. Put the kneaded dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover with plastic film or a clean tea towel and let rise until doubled in size, anywhere from 1 to 2 hours.
  4. Punch down the dough and divide into 8 portions and shape each into a ball. Roll each dough out to a 15-cm disc. Spread 40 grams of nut butter over the dough, leaving a 1-cm border. Roll up and press edge to seal. Using a sharp knife, cut roll in half lengthwise. With the cut sides facing up, press together one end of each half, one over the other, and continue until you have ‘braided’ the entire roll.
  5. Place it on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Repeat with the rest of the dough balls. Cover with a tea towel and let rise a second time for approximately about 45 minutes.
  6. Preheat the oven 190C/375F. Brush the Bake the braided bread in the hot oven for about 25-30 minutes until golden brown. Rotate the tray halfway through cooking time, if needed, to ensure even baking.

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94 comments:

Balvinder 26/1/17 04:06

This looks awesome! I love twisted breads, they look so impressive, and are one of my favorite things to eat. The almond butter filling sounds seriously good.

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tigerfish 26/1/17 05:09

I want some of these with my morning coffee :) that is breakfast. And more of them with hot chocolate - that is afternoon snack.

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Rafeeda AR 26/1/17 05:43

The bread looks so beautiful! The filling with almond butter sounds delicious...

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Veronica 26/1/17 06:21

I loved how you twisted your bread, so pretty. A very healthy bread indeed.

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Mindy 26/1/17 06:46

These look so yummy and I bet your kitchen smelled soooo good while they were baking!

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My Little Space 26/1/17 06:54

Angie, 祝你新年快乐,事事如意,心想事成 ! 送你满满的祝福。。。Wish I can have some of your lovely bread. They look wonderful.
Blessings, Kristy

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Rosa 26/1/17 08:07

Fantastic! These twisted breads look terrific and mighty delicious.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 26/1/17 08:11

Wow! Angie! These look absolutely amazing! Soft and flaky braids laced with almond butter. This is my kind of bread!

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Vicki Bensinger 26/1/17 09:10

These look beautiful Angie and moist. I'd love to make these to see how they taste with such healthy ingredients. Thank you for sharing

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Shashi at SavorySpin 26/1/17 12:41

Angie - wow - these are so incredibly gorgeous!

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Nava K 26/1/17 12:51

Angie, oh, Angie, its simply irresistible. Wish I can taste.

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myinnerchick.com 26/1/17 13:53

OOOOO, Angie,
this twisted bread looks Delectable! YUMMM.
I smell it in Duluth. x

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 26/1/17 14:16

Oh wow, Angie, this twisted bread is just beautiful!! It's almost too pretty to eat... almost, because who am I kidding? I'd down a dozen of these in .2 seconds flat! ;) LOVE that there is almond butter layered in here. I'm drooling! Cheers, friend - to a wonderful weekend!

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great-secret-of-life 26/1/17 15:33

so interesting and healthy bread

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Natalia 26/1/17 15:41

Oh yum,that is looking perfect☺☺

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Koko 26/1/17 16:49

Ohhh doesn't this look soo lovely and indulgent. I want to dig in for breakfast with a nice latte on the side!!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 26/1/17 17:01

Hi Angie, you make twisted bread sound so easy to prepare, I will have to give this one ago, looks and sounds amazing!

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Pam 26/1/17 18:44

What a great twisted bread, Angie! I bet it's delicious! And I like that it's easy and great for breakfast. Thanks for the recipe!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 26/1/17 19:03

These breads are truly beautiful, Angie! I must try to make some soon!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 26/1/17 19:03

Definitely going on my to d list, these look wonderful! I assumed salty when I only saw the pic but with homemade almond butter, yum!

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gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 26/1/17 19:04

What beautiful bread Angie :) :)
Stunning !

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 26/1/17 20:03

They certainly do look irresistible…they would make for a delicious breakfast treat.

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 26/1/17 20:27

Angie, I love twisted breads, and I wouldn't change a thing about this one. The almond butter suits me just fine.

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Monica 26/1/17 21:57

These are gorgeous! No one would believe they were homemade instead of bought fresh from a bakery. I love the almond butter...and I think I can practically smell and taste these!

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chow and chatter 27/1/17 02:40

are you sure your not a pro pastry chef?

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coconut chutney 27/1/17 05:54

U did it like a pro Angie 😊😊.
It's wonderful.

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Sharmila kingsly 27/1/17 07:04

Such a beautiful bake.. It is totally yummy Angie :)

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All That I'm Eating 27/1/17 12:01

I could just imagine having one of these for breakfast with a hot cup of coffee. Delicious.

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Nammi 27/1/17 14:23

Oh my this looks yummy. I love the way its twisted

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Alida@mylittleitaliankitchen 27/1/17 16:20

Better than a bakery! I love them and you have just made them to perfection. I am entrigued by this healthy version. Brava!

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cakespy 27/1/17 16:29

These look absolutely wonderful. I'm fascinated by the addition of "healthy" ingredients - they look like a great way to start the day!

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Kitchen Riffs 27/1/17 16:50

Such an interesting recipe! Love the use of the coconut drink. These look great -- now I want breakfast all over again! :-)

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ZazaCook 27/1/17 16:56

Looks so delicious! I would love to eat one right now!

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Pam 27/1/17 17:27

They're almost too pretty to eat. They look delicious.

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Unknown 27/1/17 18:25

now this would be perfect with coffee!

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Geri Saucier 27/1/17 19:31

Angie, your twisted bread looks delicious. You always have such wonderful bread posts. I need to get busy and make this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Tricia Buice 27/1/17 19:38

Wow Angie these are beautiful! Irresistible is right! Have a lovely weekend and happy baking :)

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 27/1/17 20:37

Wow, these twists are gorgeous! I have a weakness for braided and twisted breads, and these look spectacular, Angie!!

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Nancy Chan 28/1/17 07:50

They are beautiful and look so tempting. Great to have with a hot cup of tea or coffee any time of the day! You did them so well and the twist turn up so pretty!

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fimere 28/1/17 16:03

tout simplement irrésistible j'aime beaucoup ton façonnage
bonne journée

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Eva Taylor 28/1/17 23:13

OMG, Angie, you make the most gorgeous and delicious looking breads and this one is no exception. It's looks and sounds wonderful.

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Barbara 29/1/17 13:06

Your twists look delicious and tender, Angie. What a treat for breakfast!

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Amy 30/1/17 02:41

These twisted breads look so delicious and beautiful! Making me hungry for some!

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Adina 30/1/17 08:19

It is great how you make healthy baking look so good. I love the look of those breads and I can just imagine how good they taste, especially with all that almond butter. Where do you buy Emmer flour? I looked but couldn't find it, not even in Bio-Läden.

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Unknown 30/1/17 16:11

They look so amazing! I've been wanting to make some twists all of this month and haven't gotten around to it yet!

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ukuze 30/1/17 17:05

WaOo looking prefect will try it .

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 30/1/17 17:21

What a fun idea! I love the almond butter inside.

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Hema 30/1/17 17:39

Never tasted almond butter, the bread looks superb..

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Unknown 30/1/17 17:42

I'm a lover of Almond butter, but I've never cooked with it. I can only imagine how scrumptious these bread twists are.

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grace 30/1/17 17:45

these are little lookers, angie! great ingredients and a very attractive shape. :)

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Angie's Recipes 30/1/17 18:00

@Adina I ordered it from Amazon. I think I saw them in Penny a couple of months ago.

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Harriet Emily 30/1/17 20:41

This bread looks so delicious Angie, I love the addition of almond butter. Such a great recipe! I can't wait to try this :) pinned!

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Juliana 31/1/17 02:12

Oh Angie, these bread look fabulous...I am loving the idea of almond butter in it...especially homemade...
Have a great week :)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 31/1/17 04:25

Umm, it does not seem fair for me to see these lovely beauties after I just sat down with a cup of tea. Of course my other hand is empty handed!

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Ruxana Gafoor 31/1/17 16:54

Looks awesome and delicious!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 1/2/17 03:03

Oh my gosh Angie, these look so good!!

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mjskit 1/2/17 05:04

Been on the look out for a fun bread to make and this is it! I may have to substitute a couple of ingredients, but I think I have everything to make these tomorrow. I don't have organic almond butter but I do have an organic almond butter. Is there any reason I couldn't use it. These look awesome!

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 1/2/17 12:44

Gorgeous Angie. the golden colour and the fluffy interior. Perfect

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 1/2/17 12:47

What a pretty and delicious looking twisted bread, Angie. Love the fact that you added almond butter here.

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Shobha 1/2/17 12:52

Looks nice .. must be tasting awesome

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Sue/the view from great island 1/2/17 16:43

You pretty much had me at almond butter, these look gorgeous Angie, and I still have that bag of emmer flour taunting me from my cabinet...

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Evi @ greenevi 1/2/17 19:41

These look incredible, Angie! Pinned, of course :)

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Unknown 1/2/17 23:07

Oh my these twists look so good Angie!

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Helene Dsouza 2/2/17 15:46

There is coconut milk and almond butter in this. Yes I want this for breakfast! =D

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Kelly 2/2/17 20:20

Oh my goodness! You make the prettiest pastries! I love this twisted bread! The homemade almond butter and coconut milk combo have me wishing I had a big batch right now!

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Choclette 4/2/17 20:35

Oh wow Angie, I thought I'd fallen in love with your pear walnut bread, but that's now been surpassed by these twists. What a wonderful idea.

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Reeni 7/2/17 02:24

These twists look incredibly good Angie! So perfect. Love that you filled them with almond butter!

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Sharon D. 7/2/17 20:23

This is beautiful bread, Angie. Lovely twists. I can see that baking is an art with you!

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MunatyCooking 16/2/17 01:18

I get all excited when you post a bread recipe, and I'm sure you know that soon I'll be in the kitchen making some! The clicks are gorgeous Angie :)

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Sophie Sportende Foodie 25/7/17 20:49

What lovely twisted breads! I love the original filling too! Waw!!!

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