Since being diagnosed with T2D, I’ve been looking for Type 2 Diabetes Recipes for bread. All I have wanted is a sandwich and that is something I just haven’t been able to have… until now! I have found that there are few diabetic branded items available that aren’t stuffed full of nasty sweeteners and/or preservatives. So making my own bread has become a necessity.
I found this great Seed Meal Loaf recipe from The Low Carb Diabetic. Be sure to visit the site for more amazing recipes.
Seed Meal Loaf
2 cups of ground flax seeds (280 grams)
Half a cup of water
One third of a cup of liquid butter
One table spoon of baking powder
One tea spoon of salt
Added mixed dried herbs (I substituted these with a mix of seeds)
Preheat the oven at gas mark 7 or electric fan oven 200*C.
Place the eggs in a mixing bowl and whisk.
Add the butter and water.
Place the flax in another bowl and add baking powder, salt and herbs and mix.
Add the wet mix to the dry mix and mix thoroughly.
Place the mix into a non stick bread tin and bake for 55 minutes.
All ovens are different, so you will have to experiment a bit.
Add some walnuts and sun dried toms into the mix and you have meal in itself.
Just add that lovely butter.
The beauty of this bread is that it is easy to make, and requires no cooking skills or special equipment.