Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Baking Beauties Wonderful Flaxseed Bread

Flaxseed GF bread

Jeanine over at The Baking Beauties has put together a marvelous array of gluten free reliable recipes in honor of Celiac Awareness Month.

I saw a beautiful loaf of Flaxseed bread there yesterday that I knew I had to make. The bread was everything Jeanine predicted. It was ready by lunch time and all gone in an hour.

Flaxseed bread sandwich

It's perfect for sandwiches and is so easy to make. This fabulous recipe is only one of the many you will find featured on her delicious blog.

13 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

Oh my heavens, what a loaf!!

Sophie said...

Wow! I have not been able to find a gluten free bread that I like but this looks like a dream. Oh how I miss bread! That sandwich is calling my name too, thank you for posting this. I'm definitely giving this recipe a whirl :).

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Breads looks gorgeous, the texture is perfect. My husband is the one who likes to add flax in bread, rotis and even rice.

Arundathi said...

That's a beautiful looking loaf! :-)

Mary Ann said...

Looks lovely, especially with the seeds on top. I actually made some whole wheat rolls today. Bread making is not as scary as I once thought. I really want to start doing it weekly. I think I will start with a few of your recipes, they all look so good!

Passionate About Baking said...

It's a gorgeous loaf Alexa. Can just imagine how fast it disappeared!

Jeanine said...

That sandwich looks AWESOME! I'm so glad that you like the recipe, I'm rather in love with it myself too. :) Gotta bake again today, so it's gotta be good!
Thanks so much for the mention too, I appreciate it!

PS Love your pics...light box? I've gotta re-figure mine, it wasn't working well.

Alexa said...

Veggiegirl,
It was a lovely recipe.

Sophie,
I am so glad you'll try this recipe. If you can find the time to bake, you won't miss wheat breads at all! :-)

Ramya,
The flax adds a nice nuttiness to this bread, plus it is good for you.

Arundathi,
Thank you!

Mary Ann,
As the weather cools, baking bread is a great way to warm up the house. Let me know how you like the recipes you try.:-)

Deeba,
In my own defense, I didn't eat it by myself (lol). We were five at the lunch table that day, including my 14 year-old.

Jeanine,
I'm so glad I tried it. I used agar agar dissolve in 2 tablespoons of water instead of the gelatin and it was perfect... a great recipe! Your blog is wonderful resource. :-)
I do use a photographer's light. It gets too dark here after September to take decent pictures without it. It's so tricky sometimes to get the lighting just right.

Stacey Snacks said...

I just made a turkey sandwich too!
Yours is beautiful.
We have turkey on the brain!
Stacey Snacks

Marysol said...

Oh, my heavenly star! With results like that, I'd better run out and buy more flaxseed. Alexa, that is a delectable looking sandwich.

Kevin said...

That bread looks so good! My home made bread seems to disappear quite fast as well. Bread is just so good fresh from the oven.

Tartelette said...

The loaf looks fantastic! I wish I had seen this before I wrote an article on GF baking, drats :( I'll forward you the link when it is out.

Jude said...

Beautiful. Seeded breads like this are so satisfying.

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