2 Minute Flax Bread Muffins: gluten-free and wheat-free
Like real bread but gluten-free and wheat-free
These muffins are more like bread, really tasty and work well for toasting or sandwiches. Much better than wheat-free breads you buy in shops and without any of those strange ingredients.
This is a gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free (if you use an alternative milk) high protein, high fibre, high omega-3, low GI muffin or bread that can be toasted. Saturated fat-free too and we also have a recipe for wholly vegan version.
Thanks for this recipe was given to one of our regular customers at our stall Borough Market. Tastes in the UK and American differ; she advised us to make it slightly differently to the original: “In fact I omit the stevia & cinnamon & vanilla which is just as tasty. Its best toasted and slathered with butter or cream cheese…”
Personally I use linseed-coconut butter, Oleolux or just a little drizzle of Flax Farm cold-pressed linseed oil for making (the two things I miss most being wheat-free) a tomato sandwich or Marmite and lettuce sandwich.
2 Minute Flax Bread (Simple)
Servings:1Prep Time:2minutesCook Time:2minutes
Gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free (if you use an alternative milk) high protein, high fibre, high omega-3, low GI muffin.
Place all the ingredients in a smallish mixing bowl, mix thoroughly and quickly.
Then transfer to any suitable container. The original recipe used a mug. I have also used a small Pyrex bowl and dessert dishes in the microwave. If using a regular oven use a non-stick or silicon muffin mould.
Put in microwave on full power for 2 minutes. If you don't like using a microwave place in a hot fan oven, about 180-200 centigrade for about 10 minutes until well risen and firm to touch.
Eat as it is or slice for sandwiches or toast.
If you want to make a loaf, increase the quantities, choose a larger container and increase to microwave time proportionate to the weight; for baking increase to 15-20 mins.
The original recipe, adapted by our customer to be more apoealing to a UK-palate came form http://powerhungry.com/ which has masses of terrific paleo, gluten-free and linseedy recipes for quick tasty eats. She makes "pucks but these could just as easily be formed into power-balls, traybakes or bars.