I have been wanting to try this bread recipe for awhile after I first saw it on Sarah’s blog, My New Roots, back in February. Months later, I finally got around to it, and I’m so glad I did. This bread is different than traditional breads–it doesn’t include yeast or flour, instead it is dense, and full of nuts, seeds, and chewy oats. Psyllium seed husks are the ‘glue’ that binds this bread together. These little husks are also a great source of soluble fiber, which expands when ingested, helping to ‘scrub’ the intestines and aiding in the transport of waste and toxins through the intestinal tract. Yay!
We had friends over for dinner the other night, and one affectionately called this ‘bird seed bread’, and proceeded to ask for another piece. It may look different than traditional bread, but trust me, it’s delicious! Full of fiber and protein, this bread keeps you satisfied for hours and would make a lovely breakfast, topped with smashed avocado, a little squeeze of lemon, sprinkle of salt and red pepper flakes or on the side of a steamy bowl of soup with a smudge of butter or as a post workout snack with nut butter or jam–the options are endless. I think this bread will become a staple in our house, and I hope the same for you. Continue reading