Have you heard of this kind of bread? It’s pretty amazing, actually, considering it has zero flour! I’d call it more of an oat and nut bread, I suppose. But it was invented by the genius at My New Roots and is even used at Josey Baker’s bakery in San Francisco under the name Adventure Bread.
Okay, let me be tacky for just a minute…. If you were putting an image of your bakery on your website, would you use the picture that has the TRASH CANS out front?!? I love the lighting in this picture, but couldn’t they have moved the cans for the photo? Okay, rant over.
So the recipe. It’s realllllly easy. I’m not just saying that either. There’s no kneading, shaping, or anything finicky about this recipe. Basically, you dump the ingredients into a bowl, combine, and smash down into the loaf pan. If you use one of those handy silicone ones, you can even combine it in the pan and boom. That’s it!
This bread slices up and freezes like a dream. And you can be really flexible with the variations. For instance, tonight, I used an extra bit of sweetener, a tablespoon of cinnamon, and a half cup of raisins for a mock cinnamon raisin bread. Delicious. In fact, I’m eating a slice toasted and smeared with butter right now, yum!
Since I don’t have permission to recopy the recipe, I’m just going to direct you to My New Roots so you can get it at the source:
Try this, and let me know how it goes! Also, have you signed up for notifications on the right hand side of this page? Don’t be shy, use the comment feature and tell me if you think you might give this a try!