Are you looking for some new breakfast ideas? If yes, then you should definitely try these delicious almond chia seed bread recipes. They are really simple to make and they taste great too.
This is the perfect gluten-free breakfast or snack. They are packed full of protein, fibre and other good nutrients. If you are looking to keep your carb intake low, then this is a delicious alternative.
Most of these recipes require only a few simple ingredients and don’t take hours to prepare. This means that within under an hour you can have a delicious loaf of bread that you and your whole family can enjoy.
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Top 10 Almond Chia Seed Bread Recipes
Now, we’re going to get straight into some of the best almond chia bread recipes that we have found on the web.
We have chosen these recipes based on how easy they are to make, how simple the ingredients are to obtain and how clear the recipe itself is.
First up we have a recipe for bread from the great Oprah Winfrey.
If you have a food processor or stand mixer, then this recipe will be twice as easy to make. You just throw everything together and bake it in the oven.
It takes about 30-45 minutes to cook so it makes a quick healthy breakfast or snack option. This serves around 8 – 10 people, which makes it a great for large gatherings of people.
Why not serve this bread as a great accompaniment to a summer salad? Or if you are on the keto diet, this is a great bread to have with your soup.
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Next up on our list of almond chia seed bread recipes, we have a delicious bread that is completely free of any sugar. This makes it a great loaf for anyone who is diabetic.
This is peppered with delicious seeds, making it a great source of essential oils. Feel free to change up the seeds and nuts depending on how what you like to eat.
You can also slice it and use it to make sandwiches, toast or even pizza crust. The possibilities are endless when it comes to what you can do with this amazing loaf.
We like to turn it into handy rolls to fill for a work lunch.
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Following on, we have a chia seed loaf that you can make quickly and easily. This is made with egg, which will helps with the binding whilst keeping true to the keto philosophy.
The great thing about this recipe is that you don’t need any special equipment at all. All you need is a bowl, a whisk and a spoon. Then, once you’ve mixed everything together, you simply pour it into your loaf tin.
Once baked, you can then cut it into slices and eat them right away. This bread is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner as it is, or matched with your favourite topping.
As Australians, we’ve huge fans of Vegemite smeared liberally on a slice and smashed avocado piled on top. Delicious and nutritious. Give it a go if you don’t believe us!
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Continuing on, we have a bread that is completely gluten-free – very useful if you suffer from stomach pains after eating bread.
Even if you aren’t a celiac sufferer, you may find that your body struggles to digest gluten, causing you discomfort. It’s a very common complaint.
The great thing about this bread recipe is that you do not need that many ingredients. And those ingredients are probably lurking in your pantry already. Especially if you follow a gluten-free eating plan.
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One of the downsides of some keto bread is that it can have an eggy aftertaste. This is because most of these recipes use a lot of eggs. However, with this recipe, that is not the case.
You’ll have a delicious meal that will taste exactly like regular bread (minus the yeast).
The chia seeds are an essential component of this bread. They give it its texture and they also act as a binder. In fact, this is actually one of their super powers. When you soak chia seeds in a liquid, they release a gel which makes a great egg substitute.
Best of all, there’s no flour in this recipe, so it won’t leave you feeling bloated afterwards.
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Now we have something a little different with plenty of flavour and a great sticky texture. If you like banana bread but you want to stay keto, then this is the perfect recipe for you.
This contains vanilla bean paste as well as fresh bananas, so you can be sure that you’ll have a delicious bread recipe at the end.
It’s easy to make and perfect as a treat mid afternoon with a cup of coffee or tea.
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Moving on with our rundown of almond chia seed bread recipes, we have another loaf that is brimming with seeds, meaning that you can be sure you’ll up your omega-3 count.
The seed choice in this bread is totally up to you. We like to include flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and hemp seeds as they are all heavy nutritional hitters.
You’ll notice that there aren’t any nuts included in this recipe. That’s because they tend to be high in fat. Instead, you get a nice balance between protein, fibre and healthy fats.
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This recipe is a real winner. It uses ground-up pecans as well as almonds and chia seeds and it definitely enhances the addictive nutty flavours of this sweet loaf.
One of the best ways to ensure that you are using the freshest nuts is to buy them whole as you need them and then to grind them yourself. All you need is either a Coffee or Spice Grinder. Click here for more information and prices.
This bread is golden brown when baked and stores well in the fridge or even in the freezer if you aren’t going to eat it for a while.
However, when you do eat it, we recommend that you do so warmed through. It’s just divine with a scrap of butter.
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Our penultimate bread that is free from grains, sugar and gluten – which is great if you have a sensitive digestive system.
This is also low carb, whilst coming with a high level of fat and a moderate amount of protein.
This bread comes with a lot of eggs and some people who have eaten this have claimed that it is a slightly sulphuric in taste.
We reckon you should bake it and make up your own mind.
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This final bread is one that comes with a mix of fresh bananas, almonds and chia seeds to create a wonderful mix.
As an added bonus, there’s also instructions for whipped coconut yoghurt that is simply delicious when you spread it on this nutty bread.
This is a very sweet bread, containing honey and yoghurt. This is definitely for anyone who has a sweet tooth, but not-so-great if you are trying to stick with your keto diet.
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Why Is Almond Bread Better Than Ordinary Bread?
Almonds are incredibly versatile and can be used in many things. They can be added into salad dressings, baked goods and more.
They’re also rich in vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, copper, zinc, iron, manganese, phosphorus and selenium.
What Are The Nutritional Properties Of Chia Seeds?
Chia seeds are an excellent source of dietary fibre, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. They contain about 10 times more calcium than milk and three times more protein than tofu.
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How To Make Almond Flour?
To make almond flour, soak 1 cup of raw almonds overnight in water. Drain and rinse. Then blend them in a food processor until they become a fine powder.
If you don’t have a Food Processor, it’s really worth considering buying one. They can use them to make so many things – from flours to fully blown cakes and bakes. For more information and prices, click here.
You can use almond flour in place of regular flour in most recipes.
What Are The Benefits Of Chia Seeds?
Chia seeds are full of nutrients such as omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidants, B vitamins, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, riboflavin, thiamine, zinc, and fibre.
We have some delicious Chia Pudding Recipes that are great for breakfast, or even after a meal.
What Are The Health Benefits Of Eating Almonds?
Almonds are packed with healthy fats, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fibre. They contain monounsaturated fats, which help lower cholesterol levels.
What Can You Serve Almond And Chia Seed Bread With?
You can serve almond and chia seed bread with anything you want. It goes especially well with cheese, meats, salads, vegetables, dips, spreads and smoothies.
Are There Any Side Effects From Eating Almond And Chia Seeds?
There are no known side effects from eating almonds or chia seeds. If you do feel any symptoms after consuming these foods, then you should consult your doctor immediately.
Our Final Say
We hope that this article helped you learn how to make almond and chia seed loaves. We know that making homemade loaves is time-consuming, but the end result will certainly be worth it.
Try out these bread recipes and see what they each taste like.
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