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The legendary Life-Changing Loaf of Bread & 5 ways we top it

By Meg Yonson |


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Sarah Britton, the brains and beauty behind the blog My New Roots made history when she released her Life-Changing Loaf of Bread into the world.

If you’ve never made this bread before, be prepared for it to change your life forever. This flourless loaf doesn’t contain eggs, yeast, wheat or fructose, making it a super nutritious replacement for your regular white bread. And the best part: It’s even more delicious when toasted!

In Sarah B’s recently released cookbook My New Roots, she pimped her classic bread recipe. Inspired by her craftiness, we’re sharing the recipe and giving you five ideas on how to top it!

The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread with Olives and Caraway

This bread is yeast-free and packed with protein, and it’s fully of delicious nutty flavour. Be sure to keep this baby in the fridge as it doesn’t contain any preservatives and bonus: It freezes well in individual portions, ready to pop in the toaster! Click on the title or image to get the recipe.

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Here’s 5 ways to top your Life-Changing Loaf of Bread:

1. Sweet and fruity. Add a good spread of almond butter and a few sliced strawberries.

2. Keep it savoury. Top with rocket, a fried egg and a good dose of sauerkraut.

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Image via instagram.com/megandveg.

3. Supercharge your loaf. Serve your Life Changing Bread with our Sugar-Free Nute-Ella and a sprinkle of chia seeds.

4. Make it fancy. Our mate, Georgia McDermott from Georgeats spread her Life-Changing Loaf with some butter and pesto and topped with cherry tomatoes and fresh basil.

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Image via instagram.com/georgeats.

5. Peanut butter and Jelly. Toast your loaf and spread with peanut butter and Raspberry Chia Jam.

Have you tried The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread? Tell us how you serve it in the comments below:

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