Whole Almond Bread

Here's my new favorite protein-rich quick bread, made with whole ground almonds, eggs, and yogurt.

Recipe: Whole Almond Bread

It's a really substantial and dense loaf, having 2 1/2 cups of whole almonds. Grinding the almonds is pretty easy too: just pulse them in a blender or food processor.

I based my recipe on this one. It's taken me several delicious experiments come up with my own version of this satisfying bread - note the summer photo!  The last one I made domed very nicely on top - wish I took a photo - oh well. ;)

Great for slicing and toasting. You can also pan-fry slices in a bit of
butter, then serve topped with fruit and maple syrup "french toast"
style - yum!

This healthy satisfying (delicious) bread is wheat-free, gluten-free, corn-free, soy-free, yeast-free, and sugar-free. (You could probably make it dairy-free by using soy yogurt.)

Enjoy ♥

Comments

Wow. That sounds great.

Wow. That sounds great. Can't wait to pass it on to Ms. Melanie -- my in-house Chef! :-)

(Yoiks! On my sixth try at the Captcha. Really hard to get!)

Thanks Philip :) (Hmm,

Thanks Philip :)

(Hmm, I'll have to look into that tricky captcha...)

haha, i was also having some

haha, i was also having some issues with the captcha :) it decided i was spam-worthy even though i was pretty convinced i'd gotten all the letters right :)

I love your blog; as someone

I love your blog; as someone who is recently dealing with tons of food allergies (just for the last 4 months..), your gluten-free/dairy-free recipes look great- can't wait to try them. It's also really neat that you've been traveling through Mexico- I love Mexico :) While I was there last summer, I discovered the wonders of amaranth (more fondly, amaranto!), but since I've been back in the states, I haven't been able to find it! Not even at Sprout's... Any suggestions?

Thank you Gracie! Try

Thank you Gracie! Try ordering amaranth online - amazon probably has it. Strangely I can only get puffed amaranth in these parts... Sorry you had some trouble with the captcha - it's a necessary evil as I get tooooons of spam. Once it even was suspicious of one of my own comments - ha!