A bread that is gluten free, grain free but abundant in taste, good smells and flavours. I made this bread for my yogis at the retreat I did with Kula Hot Yoga & Wellbeing in January and it was a m a z i n g and so delicious paired up with my roasted tomato, carrot and rosemary soup recipe.

Simon, Phili, Dee, Derek, Gerry, Baris, Sue, Alison, Chris and Maitreya – here is the recipe so you guys can finally make it at home.

Florence House

If you wanted to make a sweeter bread for a breakfast, just remove the rosemary from the list of ingredients and swap it for sultananas, cranberries or raisins and you have a hot cross bun kind of loaf! Dangerous to have in the house if you have a limited reserve of self-control and like sweet smelling things like me, so I make it savoury and then it lasts longer!

Post-bread team shot and yoga poses! >>>>>
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I hope you love it!

Rosemary loaf

 

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Jess x

 

Rosemary and almond loaf
 
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A bread that is gluten free, grain free but abundant in taste, good smells and flavours. I made this bread for my yogis at the retreat I did with Kula Hot Yoga & Wellbeing in January and it was a m a z i n g and so delicious paired up with my roasted tomato, carrot and rosemary soup recipe.
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Serves: 1 loaf
Ingredients
  • 270g (3 cups) ground almonds
  • 2 eggs
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 ½ tablespoon dried rosemary
  • 185ml (¾ cup) sparkling water
  • Fresh rosemary for decoration
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, combine the almonds, eggs, baking soda, coconut oil and sparkling water. Fold together until well combined.
  2. Add the mixture to a lightly greased loaf pan and bake at 180°C/ 356°F for 1 hour.
  3. Let cool for 10 minutes, slice and enjoy!
  4. I normally store the bread in the fridge as it makes it last longer, and if you want to freeze it that works too, I normally slice it before freezing first though to make toasting easier!