Nourishing homemade bread (machine-made, gluten-free, vegan)

Nourishing homemade bread (machine-made, gluten-free, vegan)

Not being able to eat bread anymore, I believe that is the most difficult for all those who have a gluten-free and vegan diet ... Because is there a better smell than baking bread? In my eyes, there is none! So yes you can find gluten-free bread in supermarkets, but I almost fell in the apple when I saw its price the first time. Without talking about its size, with a family of 5, a loaf of bread disappears really quickly!

As I made my bread myself using the bread machine a few years ago, I therefore challenged myself to make this bread myself without gluten and above all, with real nutritious ingredients!

It is sometimes difficult to make a gluten-free bread recipe. With a more dense consistency, this type of bread also tastes a little more spicy.

You might think that making bread is difficult, and indeed, I had to test several ... yes, really several recipes !! Just recently, I definitely have THE recipe we adopted! It only contains simple, nutritious ingredients and the bread maker does all the work for us ...

This recipe gives us a tasty and very nutritious bread with all the seeds it contains. It is delicious to accompany a bowl of soup or simply for lunch with a small homemade jam!

So why buy a little tasty bread or go without when you can make our own for a fraction of the price and above all which is much better for your body?

Without further ado, here is THE recipe for homemade bread 


Nourishing homemade bread (machine-made, gluten-free, vegan)


2 tsp maple syrup
Cup 1 / 3 organic golden flax seeds
Cup 1 / 3 organic sunflower seeds
Cup 1 / 3 organic european pumpkin seeds 
2 1/2 cups buckwheat flour
3 tbsp of psyllium
2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar
3 tbsp of chia seeds
2 cups of water
2 tsp baking soda



  1. Put all the ingredients in the bread maker tank.
  2. Select the gluten-free mode.
  3. Let the machine do the work ....
  4. Enjoy!


 * for an even more nutritious bread or to vary the taste, do not hesitate to replace a portion of the seeds with nuts, such as organic natural almonds trenches, organic dried cranberries, or even why not, 70% organic chocolate chips


Good treat!


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  • Caroline Bisaillon
Comments 4

    Great, what a great idea! We can also add nuts or other dried fruits as we wish! Long live the imagination: o)

  • Diana

    I made the bread, it is really good, I added some cranberries 😀


    Water at room temperature; O)

  • Diana

    Receiving bread requires 2 cups of water. Does it have to be hot water or room temperature?

    Thank you

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