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Holly White

June 23, 2020

RECIPE: Easy-bake multiseed bread that keeps things moving

RECIPE: Easy-bake multiseed bread that keeps things moving

Holly White

June 23, 2020

Vegan recipes can sometimes send you to the moon and back for a meal but this recipe is as quick, simple and Bobs your uncle as they come.

MULTISEED OAT LOAF
SERVES 12
PREP TIME 30MINS
COOK TIME 1HR
MAIN INGREDIENTS

 

• 8one – inch by 4 – inch loaf pan (20cm by 10cm), oiled

 

Dry Ingredients

 

 

• 235g rolled oats
• 160g sunflower seeds (hulled)
• 65g pumpkin seeds (hulled)
• 90g almonds, toasted and coarsely chopped
• 120g flax seed
• 25g psyllium seed husks (see note)
• 25g chia seeds
• 12g fine sea salt
 

Wet Ingredients

 

 

• 40g maple syrup or agave nectar or date syrup
• 55g olive oil or coconut oil
• 600g water

 

METHOD

 

 

• Toast the seeds. Preheat your oven to 350oF (180oC.)
• Spread the sunflower and pumpkin seeds on a baking tray and toast until they start to brown, about 15 minutes, stirring halfway during baking. (The seeds may take less time to toast, so keep an eye on them.)
• Measure ingredients. Put all the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Then pour in the wet ingredients.
• Mix up your “dough” really well. Once it’s mixed, scoop it into your oiled pan and smooth out the top. Then put in the refrigerator and leave it several hours, or best, overnight.
• Bake. Put a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat to 400oF (200oC.) Remove the bread from the refrigerator and let it come to room temperature. Bake the bread for about an hour or so, then take it out and gently remove the loaf from the pan. Let cool on a cooling rack for at least 2 hours.
• Toast and eat!
• The psyllium seed husks provides a binder for the bread, in place of the gluten found in traditional flour. You can find them in health food stores or order on-line.
 
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