Psyllium Pepita Sandwich Bread - Low Carb, Gluten Free, Grain Free


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A low carb bread, adapted from here and here, that looks and tastes like the real sandwich bread! You will not believe this is gluten/dairy/grain free bread and it has a crispy crust with a soft, tender crumb. The miracle in this low carb bread recipe lies in the use of psyllium powder, and there's no substitute for it. Spread some homemade onion marmalade over and enjoy! Store the rest in your fridge or freezer.

  • 280 g Pepita, finely ground
  • 60g Flaxseed, ground
  • 20 g Chia seeds
  • 100 g Psyllium powder
  • 1 1/2 tsp Baking powder
  • 3/4 tsp Sea salt
  • 230 g Egg whites
  • 85 g White balsamic vinegar
  • 400 ml Boiling water
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Line an 8x4-inch loaf pan. Place ground pepita, flaxseed, chia, psyllium powder, baking powder and sea salt in a large mixing bowl. Whisk everything until well combined.
  2. In another bowl, whisk together egg whites and white balsamic vinegar. Add into the dry mixture and mix at high speed with a hand-held mixer until just combined, about 15 seconds. Gradually add in hot water and mix quickly at medium-high until just incorporated, about 20 seconds. Do not over mix the ingredients or the dough will become gummy.
  3. Shape the mixture into a loaf and place into the prepared loaf pan. Bake for about 80 minutes. Cool the bread in the pan for 5 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool completely. Slice and enjoy it with some homemade onion marmalade.

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55 comments:

Amelia 10/8/17 07:24

Hi Angie, always amaze with your unique recipes. Pity a lot of the special ingredients is not available in our country thus no chance to try.
Nice looking bread, so soft and fluffy. Love your beautiful presentation.

Have a nice day, regards.
Amelia

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Adina 10/8/17 08:22

A healthy recipe that uses tones of those frozen egg whites that I have in my freezer! Love it! :)

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thecompletecookbook 10/8/17 09:11

Looking at this amazing healthy loaf makes me feel quite guilty about the banana bread I have just put into the oven.
Have a beautiful day Angie.
:-) Mandy xo

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natalia20041989 10/8/17 09:45

Oh wow, must be so healthy and I love the look of the loaf, so pretty☺

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Sharon D 10/8/17 10:47

Angie, this is beautiful bread! Love the texture.

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 10/8/17 13:31

Such a lovely and Perfect Sandwich bread.. Love Glutenfree version..

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Tricia Buice 10/8/17 13:53

Wow this looks incredibly soft and delicious. I bet the texture is amazing. It almost looks like a cross between sandwich bread, banana bread and zucchini bread! You are so creative Angie - I love this!

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Nammi 10/8/17 14:47

just reading it makes me feel healthy LOL, I have seen flax seed in the shops but have wondered how to use it. hope you are having a nice week :)

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Pola & Cleme 10/8/17 16:13

Look delicious this bread!. Xoxo.

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 10/8/17 16:36

Ohhh I LOVE pepitas and always have them on hand in my pantry! I've never had them in bread before! This is just GENIUS, Angie!!! I absolutely MUST make this over the weekend!! Cheers, friend!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 10/8/17 16:40

Angie, this sounds really good. If I had all the ingredients on hand, I would go into the kitchen right now and whip up a loaf!

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Gloria Baker 10/8/17 16:47

so beautiful bread Angie like all yours breads !!xoxo

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Evolve With Mary 10/8/17 18:04

I have dreams of making fresh bread for my kids sandwiches, and since I don’t have any kids I still have time to perfect a recipe. I’m going to try this bread and see how it turns out. I love that it’s low carb, gluten free and grain free. Looks great Angie :)

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Cheri Savory Spoon 10/8/17 18:17

The texture looks perfect Angie, you are a maestro in the kitchen!

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Mindy Boyd 10/8/17 18:48

This looks like a delicious and rustic bread. Hard to believe it is low carb, dairy, gluten and grain free. Beautiful.

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Susan 10/8/17 18:51

What a beautiful bread and looks like a great sandwich you have started. XOXO

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 10/8/17 21:25

Oh how I love pepitas! And I have been on a crazy bread making kick lately. I think this is a sign.. lol

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Evi @ greenevi 10/8/17 21:49

What a delicious, fluffy bread! I love that you used pepitas, have to try this recipe! Do you think I could use aquafaba instead of egg whites here?

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Evelyne CulturEatz 10/8/17 22:07

That is the best looking gluten-free bread I have ever seen. Teh texture looks great, like regular bread.

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kankana 10/8/17 23:36

Looks perfectly baked! I love how you use such wide variety on ingredients in your cooking.

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Balvinder Ubi 11/8/17 01:53

A wonderful bread recipe that I am really interested in trying. Right now I want to steal a slice through the screen.

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Chris Scheuer 11/8/17 02:26

It looks amazing Angie and yes, it does totally look like regular bread!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 11/8/17 02:39

This looks so moist for a low carb bread!

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Nancy Chan 11/8/17 05:12

This healthy bread looks great and good! Now, I am interested in the homemade onion marmalade!

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Nava K 11/8/17 09:57

I can pronoun pepita, the other, psyllium I am still trying to figure out how to, but one thing is certain. I love this sandwich bread. Hunger calling right now.

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All That I'm Eating 11/8/17 12:11

I've not heard of pepita before, this bread looks great and I bet it's delicious with all sorts of things.

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kitchen flavours 11/8/17 16:41

What a beautiful loaf! The crumb looks so soft and tender!

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Pamela Palma 11/8/17 19:20

Dear Angie! How I wish I could try this delicious bread of yours, I'll try to get the ingredients, but this time sounds kinda difficult! Loved the pictures!

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grace 11/8/17 21:51

what a hearty loaf! i've never seen ground pepitas in a recipe before but i can see how they'd make a great bread!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 11/8/17 23:23

I'm going to have to look this stuff up, because it sounds incredible! Thanks Angie!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 12/8/17 01:40

What a lovely crumb! You've done a great job on this one, Angie!

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Alida 12/8/17 15:36

Wow, really lovely your bread. A great recipe indeed. It looks really yummy too.

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Liz Berg 12/8/17 16:50

I cannot wait to try this!! The low carb breads I buy are not very tasty!

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Debra Eliotseats 12/8/17 18:39

Love all the seeds in this and the crumb looks perfect.

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Emma Ferguson 13/8/17 00:11

Oh my this is one seriously beautiful looking loaf.

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The Yum List 13/8/17 12:53

Ooh, I have some friends who would LOVE this grain free bread.

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Kelly 13/8/17 13:23

You make the best healthy breads! This one is gorgeous, Angie! I can't wait to try this!

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claudia lamascolo 14/8/17 13:53

now that is one perfect loaf of yum!

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Ivy 14/8/17 15:12

Very unusual ingredients but I am sure it must be very good!

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Eva Taylor 14/8/17 15:42

I love all the seeds in this gorgeous loaf. Im going to give this a try next, although having the oven on for 80 minutes seems a bit much in this heat, so I'll bookmark it until cooler times!

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Pam 14/8/17 22:31

You have the best recipes, Angie! Always something different and this bread sounds delicious! I bet the texture is great and good for no-carb bread. Thanks!

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Cook With Manali 15/8/17 02:24

such a gorgeous bread! Would love a slice Angie!

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tigerfish 15/8/17 03:54

What an ingenious loaf of bread made from pepita!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 15/8/17 13:19

Another lovely loaf of bread, Angie! Great idea to use ground pepitas.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 15/8/17 16:33

I love all your GF recipes and this one is no exception, Angie. Love how pretty it looks. I can have any sandwich made with this bread. So healthy and so good.

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Kitchen Riffs 16/8/17 02:17

Love your baked goods -- always so tasty and creative. This looks fantastic. Thanks!

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noobcook 16/8/17 02:49

Give me low-carb bread! :D Looks gorgeous~

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Hema 16/8/17 15:34

Wow, the bread looks awesome, will try out all your breads once I move back to the US next year, then I'll be able to find all the ingredients..

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 16/8/17 16:21

I do like me some psyllium husk! It works really well when I bake with it with coconut flour. And now... I wanna get to BAKING!

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Sophie 16/8/17 17:48

Waw, girl! Pepita power!!! You always seem to amaze me with your delicious apart creations but always tasty too! xxx

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lisa is cooking 17/8/17 00:11

It looks delicious! I'd love to try a piece with the jam.

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Reeni Pisano 17/8/17 03:04

I've been looking for a good low-carb bread Angie! I can't believe how good this looks - fluffy and tender - just perfect.

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mjskit 17/8/17 05:38

Bet the ground pepitas add a really unique flavor to this bread. I love adding them to bread, but I usually keep them whole. Love the idea of grinding them. Fig preserves on this bread would be awesome!

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nadia 17/8/17 19:46

Sounds delicious! Love the green colour when you slice into the loaf :D

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Eva Taylor 18/8/17 14:40

I bought all of the ingredients to make this gorgeous bread, now I wait for cooler temperatures!

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