Seedy Bread Rolls with Broccoli Sprouts

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Delicious bread rolls, packed with flavour, healthy seeds and cancer-fighting broccoli sprouts. They are great served as a satisfying breakfast or a scrumptious lunch sandwich with avocado and radish.
Broccoli sprouts
are one of the most potent cancer-fighting foods because they contain extremely high levels of sulforaphane. Sulforaphane has been shown to support the heart, bones and respiratory system, and it might help your body fight off a common infection, detoxify environmental chemicals, combat autoimmune disease and even protect your brain after serious injury. More information can be found here.

  • 200 g Full fat Quark (German fresh cheese)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 40 g Psyllium husks
  • 50 g Flaxseed, ground
  • 15 g Chia seeds
  • 30 g Sunflower seeds
  • 10 g Baking powder
  • 1 tsp Sea salt
  • A big handful of broccoli sprouts
  1. In a mixing bowl, mix together Quark and eggs until combined. Add in psyllium husks, ground flaxseeds, chia, sunflower seeds, baking powder and salt.
  2. Use a hand-held mixer fitted with dough hooks to beat everything until a thick dough forms and well combined. Add in broccoli sprouts and mix briefly. Cover and set aside for 15 minutes.
  3. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Divide the dough into 4 even portions. With wet hands shape each portion into a ball and place on a parchment-lined baking tray. Take a serrated knife and carefully slash buns with a cross.
  4. Bake the buns in the middle of hot oven for about 30 minutes until golden brown. Remove and cool on a wire rack. | © 2018 | | © 2018 |


Natalia 6/6/18 16:20

Yum,they look so healthy☺ Baking bread and buns is so satisfying, yesterday I've baked crusty rolls, so good☺

Evelyne CulturEatz 6/6/18 20:04

broccoli sprouts and full of quark too, they look delicious and fun!

tigerfish 7/6/18 01:00

Great pairing with radish and avocado! And nothing beats those homemade healthy broccoli sprouts bread rolls

Tricia Buice 7/6/18 01:41

Oh my Angie - these rolls look fantastic. I hope I can find broccoli sprouts because these are a must make. The texture looks wonderful! Love your radish and avocado salad - you are an amazing artist!

noobcook 7/6/18 06:17

lovely clicks! I'm a big fan of savoury bakes.

Unknown 7/6/18 07:57

They look so good and so many great flavors there. I'm intrigued.

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 7/6/18 10:36

Seedy breads are my jam!! These look fabulous, Angie! I love that you added broccoli sprouts for a fun twist :)

2pots2cook 7/6/18 14:35

What a lovely surprise at your place ! Thank you so much !

judee 7/6/18 14:51

Your recipe looks amazing ( as usual) . I am on my way to get some health giving broccoli sprouts!!!

Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 7/6/18 15:10

These rolls look absolutely amazing, Angie!! The broccoli sprouts are a brilliant addition! Plus I love how quick these come together! Just perfection, friend!

Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 7/6/18 15:37

What an incredible bread. We love broccoli and hefty, hearty breads, so this would be a shout-out winner in my family! Thanks again for your creative recipes!!!

Koko 7/6/18 16:25

These look so hearty and healthy with those little flecks of green! I love sprouts...I just started growing some broccoli and kale sprouts on my windowsill garden!

Pam 7/6/18 17:26

The bread rolls look delicious and the avocado and radish look so pretty!

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 7/6/18 20:30

you are so creative! this is the WOW factor for sure!

Elisabeth 7/6/18 20:33

Angie, these seeded bread rolls are so long as they are not made with yeast, I can certainly make them as well! I don't have much luck with yeast, so this is right down my 'alley'!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 7/6/18 21:18

This makes me want to run out and buy a package of broccoli seeds and grow some sprouts! Delicious idea for rolls and so pretty with your avocado fan circle on top :)

Motions and Emotions 8/6/18 13:12

clicks are beautiful and the recipe too

grace 8/6/18 19:59

your sandwich is too beautiful to eat! :)
these rolls sound really good, angie, and completely unique!

fimere 8/6/18 22:32

ça a l'air très bon j'adore
bonne soirée

Gloria Baker 9/6/18 03:23

Love these bread rolls Angie, looks stunning! xo

Unknown 9/6/18 06:05

That's so interesting to know about broccoli sprouts! And, these rolls look delicious.

lisaiscooking 9/6/18 06:09

Just realized I wasn't logged in as my blog name.

kankana 9/6/18 06:53

Your bread recipes are always so healthy and these looks so perfect!

speedy70 9/6/18 10:16

Complimenti, che meraviglia questi panini!!!!

Jean | 9/6/18 15:53

Wow, Angie, this sounds wonderful! Definitely going on my list.

Nancy Chan 10/6/18 04:13

They are good for any time of the day with coffee or some hot soup!

Królowa Karo 10/6/18 05:34

I love it! :) And I will try it for sure!

Rafeeda AR 10/6/18 10:41

The buns look so crusty! Never knew could use psylluim husk in baking...

Balvinder 10/6/18 23:55

Oh. My Goshhhhhhh. I love these seedy rolls so much! I am such a bread eater and these sound so healthy.

Jeff the Chef 11/6/18 04:16

That's interesting! I've never heard of broccoli sprouts before!

All That I'm Eating 11/6/18 14:19

Broccoli sprouts sound so interesting! These are a lovely colour.

Evi 11/6/18 18:44

Bread rolls with broccoli sprouts?! Sign me up please!

Marcelle 11/6/18 19:51

Wow, these are gorgeous rolls. I've made rolls with potatoes and sweet potatoes, but never green veg!! I will definitely try these, Angie :)

Unknown 12/6/18 07:10

interesting, would love to try one!

Nancy Chan 12/6/18 17:02

Referring to your question concerning the home grown ginger, as long as the supermarket ginger is still fresh, or has sign of a new shoot, then is good to grow.

Adina 12/6/18 17:54

I can't believe there is no flour involved, they look perfect!

GiGi Eats 12/6/18 20:17

I LOVE that you added the sprouts to the mix!!!! Fit in those insanely healthy veggies somewhere! ;)

Reeni 13/6/18 01:53

I've been eating broccoli sprouts - when I can find them - I need to grow my own. Love that you added them to these rolls Angie! They're beautiful.

Kitchen Riffs 13/6/18 02:14

Wow, these look wonderful! And I really like the looks of that sandwich, too -- can never resist radishes. :-) Good stuff -- thanks!

Medeja- CranberryJam 13/6/18 12:23

I can imagine the smell and the taste when they are straight out of the oven..

Vicki Bensinger 13/6/18 14:19

Great info on broccoli sprouts that I wasn’t aware of. I feel like it’s time for me to totally back off from bread as my stomach doesn’t do so well after eating it. I’m wondering though if I could tolerate this. It looks so good and is gluten free, correct?

Unknown 14/6/18 06:52

I love seedy bread rolls, I love anything with seeds in them. I didn’t know broccoli sprouts fight cancer, you always teach me something new.

Emma - Bake Then Eat 14/6/18 16:42

I’d love to try these in my lunchbox, so wholesome looking.

seeere 16/6/18 09:54

Your recipe seems very crispy and tasty. I think perfect for snacks time. Thanks dear.
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Dawn @ Words Of Deliciousness 17/6/18 04:40

These seedy bread rolls look wonderful. Sound delicious and super healthy!

Sharon D. 18/6/18 16:25

Oh gosh, I am loving these. Healthy and oh-so-beautiful. You sure know how to tempt us, Angie. I'm dying for a bite!

Katerina Delidimou 26/6/18 10:06

There is nothing more addictive than the smell of the baking bread!

Choclette 27/6/18 18:22

Well these rolls look amazing. You wouldn't know there was no flour included. I had no idea quark was a german cheese. I've always been rather suspicious of it, but will happily try it out now I know it has your seal of approval. I need to get my hands on some broccoli sprouts too.

pankti 26/9/18 07:04

wow.. never knew we can sprout broccoli! this is amazing!!

Karen (Back Road Journal) 29/5/19 22:28

You are so inventive, I never would have thought to use sprouts in a roll.


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