Quick Bread Toasties

quick-bread

As the name suggests this “Quick Bread” is super quick to make ? And since you can freeze it as individual flat breads that you can whip out of the freezer and into your toaster… Guess what – you’ll have extremely tasty toasties in no time at all- yum!

I even take the bread on journeys with me. Once toasted and spread with coconut oil the little flat breads keep fresh for several hours. Remaining a crisp crust and soft inside – perfect.

So, if you have ever put off baking your own bread because you thought it was too fussy to make or takes too long – try this quick bread recipe – It will forever reform the way you look at bread!

Yeast Free Bread – Tasty Toasties

Serves 4
Prep time 5 minutes
Cook time 15 minutes
Total time 20 minutes
Dietary Candida Diet Recipes Phase 3
Meal type Bread
Misc Freezable
Yeast free bread can be boring – Not this one though! It’s crisp, delicious and ever so quick to make. Give it a go!

Ingredients

  • 250g finely ground spelt, amaranth, quinoa or buckwheat flour (freshly ground if possible, but mixed wholegrain meal is ok, too)
  • 1/4 l lukewarm water
  • 2 big table spoons of sheep’s yogurt, kefir or milk substitute of your choice
  • 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate soda
  • pinch of salt

Optional

  • handful of roasted sesame and/ or sunflower seeds
  • pinch of spices or herbs of your choice (I used freshly ground black pepper, thyme, garlic granules, tumeric)

Directions

Step 1
Preheat the oven to 220- 250 degrees C with a baking tray in the centre to warm up.
Step 2
Mix the flour with the rest of the ingredients. You can also mix some seeds in the dough if you like seedy breads 🙂 I like both, but often go without for ease of use and to make it even easier to digest.
Step 3
Take the warmed tray out of the oven and line with baking paper. Sprinkle with a bit of flour.

Part the dough into four rough dough balls. Dust flour over them so you can easily shape them into flat ypatties, like oval burgers.

Use enough flour so the breads won’t stick to the baking paper. Each yeast free bread should not be higher than 1 cm, because they will still rise quite a bit. Otherwise you’ll create bread rolls, which is nice, too. Just not as easy to toast afterwards, hah.

Before the breads become too coated in flour though roll them in sesame seeds.

Step 4
Take a fork and prick holes all over the bread surface. Top and bottom, turning them over once. You don’t have to do that. But if you do they look really nice and the yeast free bread bakes more evenly and a bit quicker (which is essential if you’re baking these in the morning!)
Step 5
yeast free bread making
Put them in the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes until they are as crisp as you like them.

Let them cool down on a wire rack, covered with a clean dish cloth. Then cut in half and freeze or munch straight away 🙂
Step 6
quick-bread-breaky
Try this yummy yeast free bread with a hearty soup and a fresh salad for lunch or alongside my healing cabbage stir fry for breakfast – true candida diet warrior style 😉

You can even take pre-packaged flour for ease of use. To be honest I rarely grind my own flours. This recipe works just as well with normal whole grain/ mixed wholemeal flour.

And I’m pretty sure it would work well with gluten free bread flours, too. Spelt bread is not as fluffy as mixed wholemeal quick bread, but doesn’t dry out as quickly.

Perhaps you’d have to adjust the amounts of liquid slightly. I shall investigate that. But in the meantime, please try this recipe out over the next few days. You’ll be glad you did.

I love my tasty toasties quick bread :-)

It’s such a great addition to a healthy lifestyle – it was recently featured amongst other healthy treats on “Thank Your Body”.

Yeast free, sugar free (…and if you want: allergy-friendly by making it gluten free and dairy free…) So all in all the perfect little bread.

Enjoy!

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    4 Comments

    • Jim Cain

      Reply Reply December 14, 2012

      How do I get a copy of the Candida Diet Plan book?

      • Sandra

        Reply Reply December 17, 2012

        Hi Jim, when you subscribe to my newsletter you get sent an email with the download link to the e-book.

    • shakti

      Reply Reply February 2, 2014

      Sandra this does sound just right but….. sheep yoghurt, well I cannot get that. What sort of milk can I use? Will almond or rice milk be good?
      i would love to do QUICK bread and eat something I miss very much.

      • Sandra

        Reply Reply February 4, 2014

        probiotic yoghurt, rice milk or almond milk would work equally as well…
        I was a massive revelation for me to discover flatbread – it just cooks so quickly – I do it all the time these days.

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