Spread The Word: Resources, Local Products, and Ideas for Rebooters from Rebooters

Spread The Word: Resources, Local Products, and Ideas for Rebooters from Rebooters


This weeks recipe was provided by Rebooter Jane who offered us a bread/toast recipe that is gluten-free and vegan! This will be an awesome addition to any meal plan as it can satisfy so many needs and cravings! Thank you Jane!


Gluten Free and Vegan Buckwheat Bread 

Blog Author: Nourish Everyday
A healthy, and very easy recipe for a vegan buckwheat bread made gluten free using chia seeds, buckwheat flour and almond meal.
  • Course Categories: Breakfast, Healthy Baking
  • dairy free, egg free, gluten free, grain free, vegan, vegetarian
  • Prep Time: 1 hour 15 minutes 
  • Cook Time: 1 hour 15 minutes 
  • Total Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Servings: 1 small loaf, about 12 slices



  • 1 and 1/2 cups almond meal - 150 grams 1 cup buckwheat flour - 140 grams
  • 3 tbsp chia seeds - 27 grams
  • 3 tbsp psyllium husk
  • 1 cup mixed seeds (I typically use a blend of buckwheat groats, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds) 2 tsp bicarb soda
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tbsp rice malt syrup (can substitute maple syrup, or honey) - 40 mL
  • 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar - 40 mL 2 cups water - 500 mL


  1. Combine the almond flour, buckwheat flour, psyllium, chia, mixed seeds, bicarb and salt in a large mixing bowl. Make sure there are no lumps in the mix.

  2. Take another smaller bowl and combine the water, rice malt syrup and cider vinegar. I find this is easiest to do if you first use a fork to whisk your rice malt syrup and apple cider vinegar into one cup of warm water (not boiling, just hot enough to melt the syrup), then add a second cup of cool water.

  3. Pour the water mix into the dry mix and combine thoroughly. Yes it will look like a wet, grey-ish mess (but don't worry as it turns a nice dark brown when you bake it).

  4. Cover with a tea towel and allow to sit in the bowl for at least 1 hour. During this time, turn your oven on to 180 ̊C and also line a loaf tin with baking paper. I used a fairly small loaf tin, about 20cm long (this is so you get a taller loaf).

  5. After an hour or so check on your "dough". It should have absorbed any excess water, though it will still be wetter than a standard bread dough. It will feel quite sticky to touch.

  6. Scoop the dough into your loaf tin and smooth the top out evenly, smoothing out any air bubbles.

  7. Place in the oven and cook for between 1 hour - 1 hour 15 minutes. At the 1 hour mark, check on the bread and make sure it is not burning. It should be a very dark brown on the outside, and very firm to touch in the centre, when it is done. (UPDATE FEB 2017: I have baked this in a few ovens now, and the average baking time for me is 1 hour 10 minutes).

  8. Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely; remove it from the baking tin as soon as it's cool enough to handle to avoid it "sweating" in the tin.

  9. Once cooled, slice and store in the fridge for up to a week or keep in the freezer for a longer life.

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1 comment

I am definitely trying this recipe asap!! Nice one!!


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