The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread

Life-Changing Loaf of Bread

I was so excited to discover this recipe!   I stumbled upon it on Sarah Britton’s “My New Roots” blog and just had to make it right away.  It’s called “The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread”. (A very apt name for a recipe for this web site.  🙂 ) It’s filled with nuts and seeds and oats and was quite easy to make, you just blend together the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet in another.  Mix them together in your bread pan and let it sit for a couple of hours or overnight so some of the dry ingredients soak up the moisture.  After baking for 20 minutes you pop it out of the pan and lay it right on your oven rack and back another 30 to 40 minutes.  Let it cool completely before slicing.  I got 15 slices from my loaf.  I’ll post the recipe details below.

NewSliced bread-Blog-600px-1It really isn’t much like actual bread, but it’s delicious!  Bill and I topped it with a variety of things, all in the name of taste-testing, but ultimately we liked it best with just a little raw honey.  It was also fantastic toasted, which seemed to make it even more flavorful.  Tomorrow I’ll toast some and try it with apple butter.  Yum!

 

 

 

From Sarah Britton’s “My New Roots” blog, click here to see her Post.

 

 

4 thoughts on “The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread

  1. Julie, you KNOW I must try this one! Awesome blog and I am so thrilled for Bill…how proud you must be!!

    1. Gail, thanks for the kind words about the site, and yes, I am SO proud of him! Bill didn’t let depression get to him–he was ready to turn it all around and get his health back right away. Let me know how you like the bread, and what you like to eat it with!

  2. This “bread” looks just show-stoppingly good. And it’s so visually pleasing, I’m intrigued simply by the look of it. I have no doubt it tastes even better. I will have to try it out this weekend!

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