Almond butter bread

This is a simple bread from just a few ingredients which is easy to make.  It gives a nice soft bread that could be used for sandwiches, toasted or a nice topping spread all over it.    I use my own made almond butter, but you could always buy the expensive version in a jar if you have no food processor.  You could always add nuts or bananas to this bread too for a more exotic version!

This did not last the day in the household so has my Chief tasters seal of approval.  We used it for cheese and toast but I suspect that it would be lovely as French bread, but will have to wait for the next batch as I am currently looking at two ends after the husband..aka Chief taster got to ti.   It can be frozen too, so you can make this ahead for bread emergencies!

INGREDIENTS

1 cup almond butter

4 eggs

1/4 tspn salt

1 tspn baking soda

METHOD

  • Preheat the oven to 150C/325F degrees.
  • Whisk the almond butter and eggs together.
  • Add the salt and baking soda and mix well.
  • Put the mixture into a lined loaf tin.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.
  • Remove from the oven and cool.
  • Eat and enjoy!

15 thoughts on “Almond butter bread

  1. That’s it? That’s all you have to do to make bread?! THAT’S IT?! *mouth hangs open*
    Love it! Btw when you say “one cup”, how much is that? :S Sorry I’m a very weird cook (and I say the word cook loosely :P); need exact measurements for everything and I’m unsure what one cup means.

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  2. I want to bake this, and soon, but please can someone tell me what size loaf tins you are using for this bread and for the almond flour bread?
    Thanks in advance.
    Love your recipes x

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    • Welcome to the world of gluten free bread! Wonders can be baked with almond and coconut flour, just to keep the carb element down. Bread without bloating, or raising your sugar levels…enjoy :)

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  4. My only fear is this coming out a little “Eggy” with an almond butter taste. Does it have the same consistency as bread?

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