Almond Flax Bread


This Bread is good for sandwiches sliced thin or if you want bread with your dinner. Also try toasting some slices in the oven with cinnamon on them. Then if you top those with some apple slices and a scoop of ice cream you’ll have a really nice dessert.

Almond Flax Bread

Makes 1 loaf


1 1/2 cups almond flour
1/4 cup ground flax seeds
1 tbsp whole flax seeds
1/2 tsp unrefined sea salt
1/2 tsp baking soda
4 eggs beaten
2 tsp honey, optional
1/2 tsp raw cider vinegar


Preheat the oven to 300°. Prepare a loaf pan.

Mix all ingredients together until thoroughly combined. Pour into a greased standard sized loaf pan. Bake at 300° for 45 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.

Cool completely before serving.


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This article has 7 comments

  1. Hi Becka, I’m definitely going to be trying this menu cos it has an emotion ‘tang’ for me – my brother’s name is Almond and on Saturday, we gonna have Almond Flax bread for breakfast. I sure bet its going to be so yummy. But best of all, your site looks soooooooooo delicious. I definitely will be popping by to see what you’ve got.


  2. This looks absolutely awesome. Would you compare it to a good banana bread at all? I’d like to know what the difference is between the two, particularly what is healthier. Any advice?

  3. Hey Becka,

    You know what, it’s through your website that I learnt about cooking the ‘Nutritarian’ way. I’ve never thought about that before – that it makes more sense to cook with nutritious ingredients rather than just going for healthy food.

    You mentioned iceberg lettuce in your ‘About’ page and I was just thinking to try a recipe that I saw on TV. But when you said that it has no nutritional value, you give me second thoughts.

    I might as well try your nutritious, delicious-looking flax seed bread. OK, but honestly, I’m hopeless at baking but you’ve made the process looks simple.

    In the next few days, am heading down to my local supermarket, get the ingredients for that bread recipe and just go for it.

    Thanks Becka for sharing all these recipe. Looks like I’m switching to Nutritarian too:)


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