Almond Bread?

I need to learn how to take better food pictures. This is Scrumptious Sandwich Bread from the Gluten-Free Almond Cookbook by Elana Amsterdam.

I had my doubts about this bread. It uses almond butter–if you aren’t sure what that is (I wasn’t!) it comes in a jar like peanut butter. I could only find the chunky almond butter.  I’ve been searching for a good GF bread for quite awhile because the only store bought bread I like is Udi’s multigrain bread and until last week I couldn’t get it easily where I live.

So it was experiment time. I put all the ingredients together and poured it into a special bread pan. Yes, I said pour because it looks like muffin batter. And Elana recommends a pan called the magic bread pan because it isn’t quite as big as a regular bread pan. This pan gets the bread cooked all the way through.

The taste was good! The chunks of almonds in the almond butter were a plus. The bread was moist and not at all sweet. Most of the GF breads I’ve tried have a sweet taste that bothers me. Grilled cheese doesn’t work on sweet bread.

I’ve made this three times and even though I can now get Udi’s locally I will continue to make it once a month for a different kind of sandwich adventure.

5 thoughts on “Almond Bread?

  1. Diana says:

    No, I didn't know about the coupon, thanks! I'd like to know more about the group you found as well.
    Try the crackers in the cookbook too. Very good!

  2. Mrs. Thomas' Class says:

    I ordered that cookbook from the library already! Looking forward to trying that bread. Did you know that you can get $1 off coupon on the Udi's website? I love that bread too. I found a group on Amazon that had great Gluten Free info, recipes and links. Made some really good bread myself using Rice, Garbanzo, Tapioca and Chestnut flour.

  3. Diana says:

    Patti, I would recommend this cookbook to her. So far everything is turning out tasty. 🙂 Thanks for reading and commenting.

    Sara, almond butter is very yummy!

  4. patti says:

    Hmmmm! I will share this recipe with a friend whose SIL suffers from gluten intolerance.

    Love this blog, especially when you illustrate the product!!!


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