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The Absolute Hit: Flourless Bread Recipe!

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If you include bread in every meal, you are just like me, we cannot imagine a meal without a single slice of it. I really think that bread is really important for many people and is the most popular food on earth. But bread should be avoided, cardiologists reveal that the only type of bread we should eat must be gluten-free. Therefore here we have the absolute hit, flourless bread recipe.

Many people consider that bread is the ideal addition to almost any food. Therefore, there is an easy way and a healthier alternative that will be gluten and phytic acids free.

So here we recommend a recipe for bread without flour, it is from natural ingredients, it is rich with protein and is full in B vitamins. Even more, it is inexpensive and easy to make.

Flourless Bread Recipe


  • 4 egg whites
  • 90 grams of walnuts
  • 100 ml of water
  • 90 grams of sunflower seeds
  • a pinch of salt
  • 90 grams of pumpkin seeds
  • 90 grams of flaxseed
  • half a teaspoon of baking soda
  • 90 grams of sesame seeds

Preparation step:

The preparation process is very simple, if you know how to make the dough for the traditional white bread, then definitely you will master this at first. Because it is extremely easy and is 3 times faster, than the casual white bread recipe.

First, whisk the egg whites with a pinch of salt, and then add the baking soda and 100 ml of water. Then ground all the seeds into a fine flour. Once grounded, add them to the mixture and mix all the ingredients well. Bake this bread for 50 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius, or 350 Fahrenheit.

You will be amazed by the taste of this simple and healthy bread, enjoy.

Here is also a video on how to make flour-free, low-fat oat bread. Watch the video for additional information:



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  1. Sheryl McCoy

    I will try this. It sounds like a great way to make gluten-free bread. I noticed that the picture has some seeds in the bread. Were those added just before it goes in the oven?

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