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Quinoa Honey Bread

  • Prep 15 min
  • Total 1 hr 15 min
  • Ingredients 15
  • Servings 10

Ingredients

1/2
cup coconut oil
1 3/4
cup sprouted whole wheat flour
1 1/2
teaspoons baking powder
1/2
teaspoon baking soda
1/4
teaspoon salt
1/4
teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4
teaspoon ground nutmeg
1
cup raw honey
2
eggs
1
teaspoon vanilla essence
1/2
cup milk
1
tablespoon lemon juice
1/2
cup raisins
1/2
cup chopped pecans
1
cup cooked quinoa

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Store in an air tight container once it's completely cool.

Before I went to college, I didn't even know how to fry an egg. And now, here I am, creating recipes for my own blog, and for several other renowned food websites. So what changed? The big shift came when I discovered that student food was nothing like the food I was used to eating at home. After a few months of toasts with cream cheese, canned baked beans, and cup of noodles, I had had enough. I needed to eat homemade food again! When I was asked to create food for college students, I could immediately relate. I would've killed for some wholesome food made with love those first few months away in college. In Latin America we don't really go "away" to college. Most people study in their hometown, and live at home throughout the process. For this reason, the idea of a "care package" to send your kid away to college with doesn't exist. I wish it did, though. I would have been very happy with some homemade breads like this one, or any other comfort foods while I got used to the new environment and learned to cook for myself!

This bread can be enjoyed on its own or with a glass of milk. Another great idea is having it with some jam, or nut butter spread on it.

Directions

  • 1 Preheat the oven to 350ºF.
  • 2 Grease a 5 x 9 loaf pan with a little coconut oil.
  • 3 Mix the first 6 ingredients in a large bowl.
  • 4 Pour the content of the second bowl into the first bowl, and mix well until everything is incorporated and you have a smooth dough.
  • 5 Put this dough into the greased loaf pan, and bake for 1 hour.
  • 6 Cool in a cooling rack before unmolding.
  • 7 Unmold, slice and serve.

Before I went to college, I didn't even know how to fry an egg. And now, here I am, creating recipes for my own blog, and for several other renowned food websites. So what changed? The big shift came when I discovered that student food was nothing like the food I was used to eating at home. After a few months of toasts with cream cheese, canned baked beans, and cup of noodles, I had had enough. I needed to eat homemade food again! When I was asked to create food for college students, I could immediately relate. I would've killed for some wholesome food made with love those first few months away in college. In Latin America we don't really go "away" to college. Most people study in their hometown, and live at home throughout the process. For this reason, the idea of a "care package" to send your kid away to college with doesn't exist. I wish it did, though. I would have been very happy with some homemade breads like this one, or any other comfort foods while I got used to the new environment and learned to cook for myself!

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Morena Escardo Morena Escardo
September 16, 2015

Before I went to college, I didn't even know how to fry an egg. And now, here I am, creating recipes for my own blog, and for several other renowned food websites. So what changed? The big shift came when I discovered that student food was nothing like the food I was used to eating at home. After a few months of toasts with cream cheese, canned baked beans, and cup of noodles, I had had enough. I needed to eat homemade food again! When I was asked to create food for college students, I could immediately relate. I would've killed for some wholesome food made with love those first few months away in college. In Latin America we don't really go "away" to college. Most people study in their hometown, and live at home throughout the process. For this reason, the idea of a "care package" to send your kid away to college with doesn't exist. I wish it did, though. I would have been very happy with some homemade breads like this one, or any other comfort foods while I got used to the new environment and learned to cook for myself!