I love this protein and fiber rich bread. It is great for breakfast or a mid day snack, with a spread of coconut oil. This recipe makes one bread loaf. I found this recipe on Ami Sue Oldfather’s site and made a few alterations for a slightly less sweet bread.
This recipe makes one loaf of bread.
4 C. organic sprouted almonds, ground fine
1 C. organic gluten free oats
1 C. sprouted sunflower seeds
½ C. organic sprouted pumpkin seeds
½ C. organic black chia seeds
¾ C. organic medjool dates, diced
5 T. organic flaxseed, ground
¾ tsp. salt
3 T. organic maple syrup
4 T. organic coconut oil, melted
1-1/2 C. filtered water
1. Place almond in high speed blender, till they are fine ground. Don’t over process or you’ll end up with butter.
2. Place in large bowl, add remainder of dry ingredients, and diced dates and mix well.
3. Add the wet ingredients to the bowl of dry ingredients and stir till well combined.
4. Place the “dough” on a teflex covered dehydrator sheet and shape into a loaf. Dehydrate for one hour at 145 degrees. Then turn down to 115 degrees and dry for another 4-6 hours.
5. Remove bread and slice. Lay each piece onto the dehydrator mesh sheet and dry for another four to six hours until the right moisture level is achieved for your taste preference. Remember the thicker your slices, the longer your drying time.
6. Store in air tight container. If kept in the fridge it should last up to 2 weeks, depending on how moist your bread is.
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