Healthy No Grain Seedy STUFT Bread

 

I’ve been such a tease about this bread for over a week now. So I’m going to be really nice and not babble on like usual about crazy life happenings.

However, be warned that the next post will contain a whole lot of STUFT updates on the first day of preschool, running stuff, workouts and you now, whatever random things we’ve been burning roasting. Ha ha.

I will give you just one sneak peak of my handsome little preschoolers though.

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I know, right? Don’t you just want to hug them? Maybe that’s just me.

 

So the bread.

Ever since I had that impulse buy and bought psyllium husk at Trader Joe’s some of you told me I had to make The Life Changing Loaf of Bread.

Well, I’m never one to do things in a timely manner or to follow directions appropriately, so five months later and more than just a few tweaks to the recipe, I have created my most favorite bread ever.

Yep, my new favorite bread. I used to live off this bread from Costco, and still love it (actually the whole family loves it), but since I’ve been doing the whole limited grain thing, I’m really excited to have a no grain, gluten free version of a bread that goes with, well, just about anything.

It’s magnificent. And let me tell you, I’ve been eating it daily many different ways just to make sure.

He he.

 

Here you go.

 

 

Here are some pictures of this amazing loaf for your viewing pleasure.

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Yep. It’s Paleo friendly. It’s nutty. It’s filling.

It’s just darn fabulous.

I should probably stop eating about three slices a day, but hey, I’m on a quest to figure out what is the best way to eat it.

 

Here are my favorite ways to top it so far:

with coconut butter and cinnamon

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(What, how did that kabocha squash picture get in here?)

with SunButter

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with avocado and Slap Ya Mama seasoning

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I’m not sure what to try next. I’ll take suggestions though.

 

I’ve even had it plain and it’s fine on it’s own, but topping it is just so much more fun, isn’t it?

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I may just have to get another loaf ready. This bread is definitely a new STUFT staple around here.

Smile

 

What’s your favorite bread (homemade or store bought)?

What’s your favorite bread topping?

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Comments

  1. 1

    Oh man that looks fantastic. Definitely pinning this one!

  2. 2
    Kim says:

    Your boys are so cute – they really don’t look as much alike as I used to think (I still don’t know who is who but…).

  3. 3
    Ashleigh says:

    I definitely need some of this bread in my life!

  4. 4

    I’m a sucker for seedy type bread or as my husband calls it, “bread that has been dropped on the floor and picked up all the dirt.” Pinning this and will be making!

  5. 5
    purelytwins says:

    favorite bread topping coconut oil ;)
    looks sooo good!!
    your body are soo cute :) hope they had a good first day!

  6. 6
    Elle says:

    Wahoooooo! Making right away!

  7. 7

    I love every kind of bread–but somehow my kids hate bread–what;s up with that???
    Hey, I didn’t see any crazy first day of school outfits there! Ease them in slowly..first a pj pant here and there, a cape once in awhile, then a full blown costume :)

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    Erica says:

    Yes please, with nut butter on top! The boys look adorable :)

  9. 9

    I bet the bread would be amazing topped in coconut oil, stevia and cinnamon. Like cinnamon sugar toast (one of my FAVORITE breakfasts as a kid). Or maybe maple syrup instead of the stevia to keep it all whole and good :)

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    Laura says:

    Wow! First day of school! Love your blog and share it with my grown family every day! Have you attempted this with chia instead of flax? I think I am going to try it tonight. We are sensitive to too much flax for various reasons but can tolerate chia. Just wanted your input!

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      STUFT Mama says:

      Laura- There’s chia in there too. Haven’t tried it with all chia though. Will have to experiment. The flax may be giving me a bit or trouble too. Let me know if you try it first.

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    sarah says:

    No no. DEFINITELY not just you. I’d hug those boys…ughhh so adorable!

    I’ve been meaning to make one of these style breads that are all over blog world right now.
    Your version looks stellar, I love the addition of coconut flour.
    Topping? Fresh peaches and cashew butter- LOVE :) .
    Xxx

  12. 12

    HOLY YUMMERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I might not be able to portion control! I used to get that Costco bread too but I am all over Silver Hills bakery right now!!!!

  13. 13

    PS: How old are the boys?

  14. 14

    Impressive! I don’t have those ingredients, so please feel free to send me a loaf. I of course have all the toppings…HAHA! I love the coconut butter and cinnamon. PS: I spy plantains…I need to pick some up at the store this weekend. ;)

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    Nicole says:

    Your recipe says Sunflower Seeds…do you mean kernals? Because don’t you have to spit out the seeds of the sunflower and only eat the kernal?

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