Gluten free nut bread


Gluten free nut bread with fruit, a super delicious and healthy bread. The bread is very filling and super easy to make as well.
Bread, I haven’t eaten it for quite a while. I used to have breakfast with 2 slices of brown bread and peanut butter every morning. I somehow switched to yogurt or cottage cheese with fruit and oatmeal, there was more nutrition in it and I didn’t eat enough fruit at that time. When I did eat bread I noticed that my belly started to dislike it more and more. I didn’t really have stomach aches but it just didn’t feel good. Since that moment I rarely eat bread. Jens does eat bread and I buy that at a good bakery with healthy sourdough bread and sometimes I have a slice. Sometimes it is good and sometimes I feel my belly again, so I have no idea what makes the difference in the result.
I did notice a few months ago that my stomach was bloated and that could have to do something with gluten. I don’t have a gluten allergy, but it is of course possible that my belly doesn’t really like gluten. That is why I eat more and more gluten free and that works perfectly, because my belly is less bloated. And if I have eaten gluten it is not a problem, I just know that my belly will be bloated afterwards. Good to know where it comes from to be able to prevent it as well. I try to do this, when I have sandwiches for lunch at work, at night I will be eating more vegetables and no gluten. That way I don’t overload and that feels good.
So because I eat less gluten and actually no bread at all, I thought it was time to work on a gluten free bread recipe. I managed to do it better and quicker than I had expected upfront. This gluten free bread is nice and firm, the structure is also good and last bu not least the flavor is very good!

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Baking time:            30 minutes
Amount:                     1 bread (12-15 slices)
Special Products:​

  • Cake tin
  • Baking paper
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Gluten free
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Lactose free
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No refined sugars added
The recipe is not 100% organic, because the nuts are not organically available. All other ingredients are organic.
Ingredients
  • 2 bananas
  • 3 eggs
  • 10 grams baking soda
  • 150 grams buckwheat flour
  • 45 grams mulberries
  • 75 gram unsalted mixed nuts
  • 65 grams bee pollen

How to make it?

Preheat the oven on 180 degrees Celsius. Mash the bananas with a fork, this will go easier if you use ripe bananas. Also add the eggs and mix into a batter.

You can also use a mixer to make it a big quicker.

If you have a smooth batter of banana and egg, you can add the baking soda and the buckwheat flour. Mix again properly, this time you can either use your mixer or a spatula.

Mix the nuts, mulberries and bee pollen through the batter.

Put a piece of baking paper in a cake tin and divide the batter over the tin. Make sure the batter has the same thickness everywhere.

Bake the bread for approximately 30 minutes in a preheated oven. Pay attention that the baking time may differ per oven. If you believe the bread is ready you can stick a skewer in it, if the skewer comes out dirty the bread is not ready yet. If the skewer comes out clean the bread is done.

You can now enjoy this delicious, gluten free and organic bread.
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