Just 3 ingredients are needed in this gluten free bread that uses buckwheat as its base. Buckwheat is nothing to do with wheat and is a gluten free seed.
This bread has a great sauvory nutty taste and is the perfect replacement to normal bread to make a loaf. Almonds are used but they can be replaced with any nut or seed that you like, or just left out.
Whole quinoa is soaked and sprouted to make an amazing tasting naturally gluten free bread that’s high in plant protein and contains all amino acids.
Save money by using normal quinoa rather than expensive quinoa flour.
Red split lentils are used to make a very inexpensive and great tasting gluten free bread. This vegan bread recipe is just about as cheap as normal processed bread but it’s full of goodness.
The red lentil colour is lost when it cooks but it does have an amazing texture. High in plant protein and fibre.
Not strictly a bread but these seeded oatcakes recipe is too good not to include. Most oatcakes are full of unhealthy and unsustainable palm oil and its really easy to make your own oatcakes at home.
Use gluten free oats that have been grown away from gluten grains and processed separately. 80% of people with celiac disease can tolerate gluten free oats without any issues.
You can use any seeds you like for this – don’t have to use 5 you could just use 1.
Whole quinoa and brown rice are used to make these sun-dried tomato muffins. They have a great taste and are perfect just on their own.
The sun dried tomato and onion can be replaced with any other flavor that you like but I love the intense tomato flavor the original has.
Just two ingredients are needed to make these onion flax seed bread bites. I was originally going to make these as crackers but the texture is more of a soft bread as it’s difficult to make this recipe into crackers without burning them.
The flax seeds are activated so its easy for your body to absorb all of the goodness.
How about some fluffy quinoa bread with corn, black beans and red onion topped with avocado, lime juice and coriander? This bread has tomato and spices baked into it.
A perfect complete meal full of protein, healthy fats and veggies. I love this recipe so much but I’m aware it’s not a traditional Mexican or even Tex Mex dish.
Just to mix things up a bit here is a sweet quinoa bread made with chocolate and bananas. Topped with a chocolate frosting and sprinkled with hazelnuts.
These easy bread recipes are all naturally free of gluten. I don’t use gluten free flour as its just a mix of white rice, refined corn and potatoes. It may be gluten-free but it’s not healthy and it’s still just as refined and processed as white flour so totally void of nutrition.
I don’t use any flours in these recipes as I like to sprout seeds and blend. This makes these gluten free breads cheap to make, fresher and easier for the body to digest.
If you have celiac disease you may want to try these gluten free bread recipes, but always check with your doctor what ingredients are suitable.