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Super Soft Paleo Grain-free Seed Bread Rolls


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Ingredients

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'Dough'

  • 60 g psyllium husks
  • 80 g coconut flour
  • 25 g chia seeds
  • 25 g linseeds
  • 25 g pumpkin seeds/pepitas
  • 25 g sesame seeds, plus extra for sprinkling
  • 25 g sunflower seeds
  • 10 g Coconut sugar
  • 2 heaped tsp baking powder
  • 1.5 tsp Sea salt or Himalayan pink salt
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 400 g water
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 200'C.

    Place psyllium husks into TM bowl and grind 1 min, speed 10.

    Add dry ingredients: coconut flour, chia seeds, linseeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, coconut sugar, baking powder and salt, into TM bowl and mix 10 secs, speed 6.

    Working quickly add wet ingredients: eggs, coconut oil and weigh in water; mix 15 secs, speed 7.

    Knead dough 2 mins, Dough mode

    Turn out dough onto Thermomat and carefully roll into a log. Sprinkle Thermomat with sesame seeds and roll log onto seeds. Using your Spatula, cut as many pieces as you like (I usually do 10-12 rolls).

    Shape into balls or rolls and place onto a baking paper lined tray and bake 20-30 minutes (depends on size of roll - 20 mins for small; 25 minutes for 10 rolls etc).

    Allow to cool completely on a wire rack before cutting. They are super soft. Enjoy.

    This recipe has been adapted from dvfood.blogspot.com.au.

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Tip

You can easily adjust what seeds you prefer in this recipe. Sometimes I don't have sunflower seeds so I increase linseeds to 50g (as an example).

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  • Soft, light and delicious, super easy and quick to...

    Submitted by ACW on 8. November 2017 - 13:49.

    Soft, light and delicious, super easy and quick to make

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  • can you use husk powder instead of husks and...

    Submitted by pither636 on 13. March 2017 - 14:15.

    can you use husk powder instead of husks and grinding them? seem to be easier to get hold of but not sure if it is better to use the 'real' thing or it doesn't make a difference. thanks

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