There are few things I like more than a piece of healthy bread--toasted for breakfast. Oh... I love a piece of white bread with jam too, but for breakfast I like toast that is more healthy and filling. Something that is hearty and has texture. I adapted this bread recipe from Beth Hensperger. I love this bread. I love all the seeds in this bread, you can see a multitude of seeds in every slice. I feel like you can taste all the health benefits of this bread.
The dark spots are raisins that were in my muesli mix.
This bread has TONS of seeds, it has a great dense and chewy texture and is loaded with fiber and protein. I also love bread that works with what you've got. I usually have the seeds in the recipe around my house, but if you don't have Chia seeds you can substitute with more sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds or poppy seeds. You don't have to have the exact seeds for this bread to turn out, just throw any seeds you have in and it will still be dense, delicious and full of nutrition. I love to start my morning with great nutrition. You feel better about yourself and I feel I have more energy to be more productive. Bean and I start the mornings off with a piece of this toast and a green drink. It is a breakfast I feel great about feeding myself and my little guy before he heads off to school. I know that it will keep his tummy full and give him the energy to run around, play and learn. I hope you enjoy this bread as much as we do.
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