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Seedy Oatbread - Gluten, Dairy, Sugar & Egg Free


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Bread without wheat flour are very popular right now. Instead of wheat flour, this oat bread contains many seeds, nuts and of course oat flakes. The nuts and seeds are held together here by the crashed linseeds, psyllium husks and water. (That is why the resting time is particularly important for the flourless bread.) This gives the bread a firm consistency and makes the bread particularly crunchy. This delicious seedy bread is super filling and contains lots of healthy ingredients and is bursting with fibre, protein, healthy fats and minerals. It is easy and can be prepared in no time at all. Be sure to try it out! It's gluten, dairy, sugar and egg free - an ideal bread alternative for those who have sensitive tummies or simply want to eat consciously. If desired, flavour the dough with some turmeric, fennel, and careway seeds. For a richer version, replace 50 ml of water with coconut oil.
Oats are full of goodness and provide our bodies with a lot of good nutrients, minerals, fibre and trace elements. In addition, oats can help lower blood sugar levels and prevent you from the dreaded sugar cravings. Rye or barley flakes can be used instead.

 
  • 100 g Sunflower seeds
  • 110 g Golden linseeds, crushed
  • 100 g Walnuts, roughly chopped
  • 140 g Rolled oats (or rolled rye or barley)
  • 30 g Ground psyllium husks
  • 10 g Kala namak black salt
  • 400 ml Water
  1. In a large mixing bowl, add in sunflower seeds, crashed linseeds, roughly chopped walnuts, rolled oats, ground psyllium husks and salt. Pour in water and knead everything with the dough hooks of the hand mixer or with your hands until a smooth dough is formed.
  2. Cover the dough and let it rest on your kitchen counter overnight or at least for 4 hours. During this time, the seeds swell and the dough combines better later during baking.
  3. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Line a baking tray with baking paper.
  4. Knead the dough again thoroughly, then shape into an oblong loaf with wet hands and place on the prepared tray. Bake in the middle of hot oven for 45 minutes until brown and crisp. Cool completely before slicing.

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37 comments:

Tom 15/11/22 22:45

..once again you have come up with a fabulous treat.

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Rose world 16/11/22 01:18

That is a beautiful bake. Oatbread is fabulous.

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J.P. Alexander 16/11/22 02:09

Se ve muy rico. Gracias por la receta, te mando un beso.

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Anonymous 16/11/22 02:15

It's Judee- this bread has an interesting and unusual look. Must taste delicious with all of those wonderful seeds and nuts.

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Brian 16/11/22 02:20

That looks terrific and I could actually eat that one!

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The Happy Whisk 16/11/22 02:40

Very, very, VERY much my kinda bread. LOVE these ingredients.

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roentare 16/11/22 04:24

That oatbread looks so organic. Yet you are a blueberry fan!

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Graciela Bacino 16/11/22 05:48

Me encanta cuando nos ofreces estas deliciosas recetas de panes absolutamente saludables.
Gracias Angie!!🍞

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Margaret D 16/11/22 07:09

My that does look delicious.

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Mbul Kecil 16/11/22 07:10

wow....i like your ingredient bread Angie...sunflower seeds and walnuts. it's great combination...^^

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Lola Martínez 16/11/22 07:55

Este pan se podría comer muy bien solo, con esos ingredientes me encanta. Pero si lo unto con una mermelada casera de membrillos, me gustaría aún más. Tiene fibra, tan necesaria para el cuerpo y se adivina un sabor sinigual.
Un beso.

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DEZMOND 16/11/22 09:38

Bet it is super crispy and very hearty. I love it that is free from everything, the only problem is that I don't have four hours to wait for it to raise, but will keep the recipe as it is so interesting for us vegetarians

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Nancy Chan 16/11/22 09:47

Beautiful and healthy bread.

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Emma Loabez 16/11/22 11:53

Hi Angie, I think it's fantastic that you've made this delicious bread, and that at the same time it's especially interesting for people who suffer from allergies or intolerances. Thanks for sharing.
Happy Wednesday.😘

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Rainbow Evening 16/11/22 12:53

oat bread with seeds sound appealing and interesting.... wish to try it.

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Anne in the kitchen 16/11/22 14:40

I will definitely be trying this bread!

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Maria Grazia Ferrarazzo Maineri 16/11/22 17:39

I love your baking recipes. This bread is absolutely perfect!

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Bill 16/11/22 18:41

What a lovely looking loaf of bread.

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Cooking Julia 16/11/22 18:55

This bread is really appealing. I sometimes make this kind of flour-free bread, it's different but very good!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 16/11/22 19:47

That looks so good with blueberries on top yummy!

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Pedro 16/11/22 21:13

An ideal bread to prepare delicious toasts with a good blue cheese with intense flavor.
Greetings!

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DeniseinVA 16/11/22 21:36

Absolutely yum, and your presentation is perfect, so pretty!

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Anonymous 16/11/22 21:39

Angie, this is a truly beautiful and healthy recipe. Thanks for sharing. Bernadette, New Classic Recipe

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My name is Erika. 17/11/22 02:06

This bread looks dense but yummy. In fact, it doesn't look very bread like at all, but I love all these new styles of breads that are popular right now.

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foodtravelandwine 17/11/22 02:24

I know that breads without flour are popular right now.....I made one last year, and it was so humid and delicious.....I love your bread!!...looks awesome!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Raymund 17/11/22 04:00

Loving all the layers in this bread, certainly the texture is the champ here

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Sherry's Pickings 17/11/22 04:28

wow this looks incredibly good for you angie! love your photos.

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Javier 17/11/22 08:53

This bread looks delicious. I absolutely love your pictures!!

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Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 17/11/22 15:59

I love dense, hearty breads like this, especially if they have a crunchy outer crust! Pass the butter please!

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speedy70 17/11/22 19:15

Interessante ricetta, la proverò!

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Laura. M 17/11/22 22:19

Buena recomendación. Gracias
Te contesto a tu comentario en mi blog.
Las setas que vemos cuando caminamos , no las cogemos. Solo cofiamos de las que compramos en las tiendas.
Un abrazo.

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2pots2cook 19/11/22 10:24

Shared so all healthy living people may see!!!!

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eileeninmd 19/11/22 12:59

Hello,
Your bread looks both delicious and sounds healthy! Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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