Nut Bread

The Healthy and Tasty Alternative to Your Ordinary Morning Loaf

Nut bread is a traditional Eastern European bread made from nuts and flour. It is typically baked in a loaf pan and has a dense, crumbly texture.

Nut bread is traditionally made with a combination of walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, or pecans. Nut bread can be eaten as it is or served with jam or honey for breakfast.

Alfie takes up all of my time now. Except for being at work or the random drinks with friends, it is all Alfie all the time. The little pups are a wild one. Constantly trying to get into everything, playing with the cat a little too hard, and demanding to sleep right on top of me so I get trapped by the cuteness—a labor of love.

nut bread recipe

So I made this ‘bread’ almost a week and a half ago. But at this very second, Alfie is not attacking me to play with him, so I can now actually accomplish something. 

It seems like these nut’ bread’ recipes are popping up everywhere online, flooding my Pinterest and Instagram constantly. Many of the recipes I found had those gluten-free flours that I never use because I actually like gluten. So I knew all of those were out and waited till I saw one that actually appealed to me.

When I saw this recipe on Mikkel Karstad’s gorgeous blog we you they ate, I decided to make it finally. It is not bread, but I don’t really know what else you would call it. It doesn’t matter; it’s really good.

I constantly snack on nuts and seeds, so a big mashup of them that you can use as a cracker, bread, or break up over a salad was my dream. For the photos, I spread a bit of soft cheese on it and topped it with some veg. I couldn’t wait to be done with taking photos of it so I could just eat the damn thing. đŸ˜‰

nut bread


  • 100g almonds
  •  100g hazelnuts
  •  100g flax
  •  100g white sesame seeds
  •  100g sunflower seeds
  •  100g walnuts
  •  100g pinenuts
  •  100g green pumpkin seeds
  •  6 eggs
  •  1cup olive oil
  •  Large pinch of salt

 Oven 325F

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Whisk eggs, olive oil, and salt together in a large bowl. Add in all of the nuts and seeds and stir.

Line a long rectangular bread pan with parchment paper and evenly spread the batter in.

Put ‘bread’ in the oven and bake for about 1 hour. Take the bread out of the form and let it cool on a wire rack.

@Mikkel Karstad

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