by | Feb 28, 2021



Do you know that, white rolls from the supermarket, when you bite into it you have absorbent cotton or foam in your mouth?

We bake our bread mostly ourselves, but if you are sick or have a lot of stress, this is often difficult, because you simply lack the strength or time. Since you often want a recipe that really only requires the most necessary time. No grinding the grain or kneading the dough, it should be simple and easy. Exactly such a bread recipe I have for you and then still really healthy, what could be better?

150 g Oat flakes
135 g Sunflower seeds
100 g Flax seeds
           (50 g coarsely ground & 50 g whole)
55 g Chopped hazelnuts or walnuts
20 g Almonds or pumpkin seeds
         (or another type of nut or seed)
2 tbsp Chia
2 tbsp Psyllium husks
(important, this gives the bread-like character)
1 1/3 tsp Sea salt
2 tbsp Honey or maple syrup
350 ml Warm water

Spices for the dough of your choice and taste for those who like caraway, anise and co. this is a good way to spice up the bread body a bit.

1EL sunflower seeds to sprinkle on the dough

Gerne könnt ihr in den Teig auch Trockenfrüchte oder getroknete Tomaten oder Paprika mischen.

Put everything in a bowl and knead well so that all ingredients mix well together. Then the dough should be allowed to swell for at least 2 hours, better overnight. Fill the now swollen dough into a 25 -30 cm loaf pan. Press down well so that there are no cavities. If possible, sprinkle the dough with water before baking and sprinkle with sunflower seeds.

Bake the bread at 180 °C for 50 – 60 min. Cool well and enjoy.

I wish you good appetite.

Katja Würzer

Katja Würzer

Dipl. vegan nutritionist and diploma in vegan sports nutrition and nutrition planning


Katja Würzer is a certified vegan nutritionist in the areas of sports, diet and dietary change. She is happy to advise people who want to switch to a plant-based diet for various reasons, helps with weight loss and creates nutrition plans. With over 10 years of experience in vegan cooking, she also enjoys creating new recipes or veganizing familiar meat dishes so that the switch can happen with joy.