A Life Changing Loaf Of Bread!

Seriously, this bread will completely change your life forever. Sounds pretty awesome doesn’t it? Are you willing to take the chance on not making this awesome bread? You might regret your decision when you see people blossom around yo after having their afternoon snack of Life Changing Bread with a little Jarlsberg cheese. M-mm-mmm!

So, what you need is this;

1 cup sunflower seeds, 1/2 cup flax seeds, 1/2 cup almonds, 1 1/2 cups rolled oats, 2 tbsp chia seeds, 4 tbsp psyllium husk, 1 tsp sea salt, 3 tbsp coconut oil and 1 1/2 cups water.

It’s as always very easy to make, it just needs some ‘setting’ time. But you can easily make the dough in the morning and bake it at night or make the dough before bed and bake the bread in the morning. Or do like me, use a day off to enjoy a little baking happiness sitting on your kitchen bench just waiting to be put in the oven (it’s Melbourne Cup Day today, we all get a day off to dress up, drink champagne and bet on horse racing… Welcome to Melbourne, great city to live in I must say…). All you need to do is putting the dry stuff together, mixing the wet stuff and then mix all of it together. Scrape it into a silicon loaf pan, make the top beautiful and flat and put it on your kitchen bench to set.


Haha, i couldn't help myself from making a Halloween Pic...

Haha, i couldn’t help myself from making a Halloween Pic…

Now you have at least two hours to do heaps of things. You can catch up on your favourite TV series that you have been taping (or downloading or whatever it is we are doing these days) with a nice cup of tea. You can go for a walk in the park with your kids. OR you can….wait for it…….wait for iiiiiiiiiiiit…….. go for a run, stretch, have a shower and put on your favourite onsie (you own one, don’t you??! With animal prints!?). If running is not your strength, you also have time for a yoga class, a weight lifting session or a kettlebell session in your hallway! No excuses, you can’t just sit and watch the dough while it sets!

After at least two hours you can try pull the silicon pan to the side. If the dough keeps it shape, like this;


then you can put it in the oven. But make sure you have heated the oven to 175 degrees Celsius first. Place the loaf on the middle rack. Bake for about 20 minutes, then remove the silicon pan and put the loaf back in and bake for another 30-40 minutes. You know how to check if bread is done right? Tap on it and if it sounds hollow, then you’re all good! Every oven is different, so pay close attention to yours while baking it! Do some sit-ups on the kitchen floor perhaps?

Cool your Life Changing Loaf of Bread completely before you cut it, if not it might just crumble and fall apart. Eat it with your favourite topping (such as Jarlsberg Cheese). If you don’t finish it all at once, you can freeze it (do it sliced, because then you can just get one and one slice out! Smartie pants)!


Before oven


After the oven… Yum, yum, yum! Get in ma belleh!

I hope this bread changes your life forever!

Update; You can swap the oats with Quinoa Flakes. Recommended from a dear friend 🙂

Update II; I have been made aware the original recipe comes from here. Not Vision PT as I first thought as that’s where I found it. Thank you Sarah – you are gorgeous!

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10 Responses to A Life Changing Loaf Of Bread!

  1. Charisma says:

    This is soo nice, looks so healthy and tasty!

  2. angpeasbalance says:

    deff going to have to give this one a try! thanks!

  3. Geri says:

    This bread looks awesome. I’ wondering if there is something I can use instead of oats. Something I don’t eat because of carb count. Do you have any suggestions? PS. Love your web site.

  4. Me says:

    Your blog is just awesome and I thought I’d share the love by nominating you for the One Lovely Blog Award: https://talesofamom.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/lovely-blog-award/

  5. Jane says:

    It would certainly be upstanding of you to credit the original source of this recipe, which has already made the rounds on the natural foods blog circuit: http://www.mynewroots.org/site/2013/02/the-life-changing-loaf-of-bread/
    I’m sure Sarah would appreciate your take on it, just as long as you give credit where credit is due.

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