Anyways, this bread is fantastic. My favorite part is how simple it was to make. I thought making a bread like this would take hours and many, convoluted steps; I could not have been more wrong. The recipe is simple, calls for mostly pantry staples, and takes less than an hour start to finish!
So let’s get to it. You will need:
1.5 C Almond Flour*
1/4 C ground flax seed
2 Tbsp. coconut flour
1.5 tsp. baking soda
1/4 – 1/2 tsp Pink Himalayan salt
5 large eggs
1/4 C coconut oil, melted
1 Tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 tsp. Maple Syrup
Seeds to top. I used Pumpkin and hemp seeds.
*If you don’t have almond flour, simply grind up some almonds in your food processor. Make sure you measure AFTER you have process into a flour!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease a loaf pan with coconut oil.
Mix all dry ingredients together: almond flour, flax seed, coconut flour, baking soda, and salt.
Add in eggs, coconut oil, ACV, and maple syrup. If you have just melted the coconut oil, make sure it has come back to room temperature before adding – if its still hot, it may cook the eggs!
Stir everything until just incorporated. Don’t overstir!
Pour into loaf pan, top with 1 – 2 tbsp. of hemp seeds, pepitas, and seeds of choice. Bake for 38 minutes.
Remove from oven, but do not try to eat just yet! Let the bread come to room temperate, then remove from pan, and slice into it and enjoy!
I always see people *dreading* Passover; they complain there is nothing to eat, and Matzah tastes like cardboard. I totally agree with the latter – it does taste pretty bland, but there are so many more options! If you simply take Matzah out of the equation, you can get creative with delicious recipes that are both Matzah-less and Chametz-less!
Without even realizing it, some of my favorite recipes of all time are also Kosher for Passover. These range from health-ified Nachos, to crepes, to granola.
Here are some of my favorites for you to try:
Sweet Potato Nachos – These are a crazy delicious & healthy alternative to Nachos year round, and they become a staple over Passover. You can omit the beans if you refrain from legumes.
Turkey Chia Seed Meatballs – Instead of binding these meatballs with breadcrumbs, magical CHIA seeds work their gelling magic to both bind these, and add a ton of Omega-3s and healthy fats.
Single Serving Crepe – This recipe is TOO good! Throw 4 pantry ingrediants into a blender, heat over a pan, and viola! You can make this crepe sweet or savory, depending on your mood.
Grain-free Granola – I don’t know about you, but granola is one of my all-time favorite foods (hence the name of the blog!). Don’t let Passover stop you from following your dream: try this grain-free granola instead, so delicious you won’t even notice the missing oats!
Carrot Ginger Soup– When you need something warm, because its still so cold in April. Add a Matzah ball to this one for bonus Passover points!
BREAD – …but it’s not really “bread”, technically speaking. It’s also gluten-free, paleo, and dairy-free. And it’s SUPER simple.
Lastly, this isn’t one of my original recipes, but I love making it all the time – a Cashew Butter Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie from Rachael’s Good Eats! This thing is DELICIOUS, and I just realized its Kosher for Passover too!
Who would’ve thought there could be a healthy alternative to Nachos? And not only healthy as in lower cholesterol, lower sodium, and none of those processed GMO chips – these are actually full of good-for-you nutrients like beta-carotene and fiber!
The recipe is also super simple and calls for minimal, simple ingredients I always have on hand.
Except the cheese. I rarely eat cheese, but buy it as a special treat for these nachos! Buying good quality, full-fat cheese is important too. Don’t be fooled by “low-fat” or “low-sodium” options; those are often laden with sugar, sugar alcohols, and more processing & chemicals. Try to simply accept that cheese is a high-fat food, and enjoy it as such!
For the “chips”:
1 whole sweet potato
1 tsp each:
Avocado oil spray or roughly 1 tbsp.
For the toppings:
Full-fat cheese, shredded or cut into small pieces
1/2 red onion
1 whole pepper
1/2 heaping cup black beans, rinsed and drained
And a dollop of Greek Yogurt
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Cut the sweet potato into rounds, as thick or thin as you like.
Mix all the spices together. Lay the sweet potato rounds onto a baking sheet, and add all the spices & avocado oil. Mix it all up and make sure each chip is nicely coated. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty!
Put in the oven for 15 – 18 min (depends how thin you sliced them). Flip, and bake for 5 – 10 more minutes. Take care not to let them burn.
Once the potatoes are cooked through, place a layer in a baking dish. Add some of the beans, some of the cheese, and some peppers & onions. Place a second layer of potatoes, and repeat.
Place back in the oven to broil until cheese is melty, about 3 minutes.
Top with cilantro, avocado, salsa, Greek yogurt (tastes like sour cream, but much healthier option).
*This recipe is extremely versatile per any person’s particular needs. Feel free to use different beans, omit any of the veggies, add additional toppings, etc!