After reading the reviews I ground the pumpkin and sunflower seeds. The bread isn t as crumbly and it sliced just fine. I m not crazy about the taste as the olive oil flavor is too strong. I don t know if I ll make it again as there s too much involved in making it.
I really like this, but did make a few changes. I substituted a flax seed egg for one egg (1 T ground flax seed + 3 T water) and used chia seeds in the recipe instead of flax, as whole flax seeds just slide through your system. I used 3 T maple syrup as per other reviewers. I reduced the oil to about 1 T and replaced the rest with fat free yogurt, something I do in all oil based recipes. I also used soured almond milk. It was delicious, moist, and only slightly crumbly. Not trying to used for sandwiches, just eating and enjoying. My pans must be smaller than I thought, because I got 2 loaves out of it.
Love this. So lush. It does need a bit of stability. Ill try adding chia seeds next time for gel like substance. Super glad to find healthy bread for me and my family. I can see sandwiches and avocado toast in our future. Thank you for recipe. P.s. seeds on top fell off. Will press them in before baking.;)
I was hoping to replace my husband's frozen Ezekiel bread with this but will not. I followed the recipe exactly and neither of us liked it. Too many seeds the pumpkin seeds were too big and overwhelming and overall the bread had a strange taste. I tried toasting it but that did not help. Very disappointed. Wanted to like it.
this would have been really great bread with all the seeds in the nutritious stuff in it but it came out to dry and fell apart it just did not turn out right I put it to the birds at least it was healthy for somebody
I made this bread per the instructions. I could not find the pumpkin seeds at the store so that is the only ingredient I was missing. I found the flavor of the bread a bit odd. I am not sure what it was about it. My husband did not like it either.