All posts filed under: Bread


Glutenfree levain bread made with wild yeast starter

Last week I posted a recipe for a homemade wild yeast starter. Today it’s finally time to bake with it. I make a glutenfree Levain bread with a crispy outside and soft inside.


Homemade wild yeast starter

Allow me to be slightly nerdy… Today I make a homemade wild yeast starter to bake delicious gluten free levain bread with.


Crispbread with teff and seeds

A simple luxury is to be able to offer your own homemade crispbread for breakfast or the drink. Today I make a super simple crispbread with teff and seeds!


Crunchy chia-walnut bread baked in a pan

Bread. With a hearty crust and air bubbles. Toasted, crunchy and infinitely good. Mmmm. Today there will be crunchy chia-walnut bread for breakfast, lunch and the dinner with soup.


Beautiful glutenfree nut bread

For some time I have looked for and longing for nut bread. That was until I decided to redeem myself from my longings and bake my very own nut bread. Filled with fine nuts and seeds. Lovely chewy and tasty with a slice of cheese or maybe some jam.


A Swedish tasting Christmas bread

This Christmas bread contains all the classic Swedish taste of christmas. Cloves, bitter orange, ginger and cumin provides a wonderful aroma and flavor that immediately takes me back to my childhood Christmases. Enjoy it with simple accessories like butter and a creamy, mild cheese so that al the spices can flourish on their own.

Moist bread with cauliflower and beetroot

How is it possible to make a great tasting bread out of cauliflower and beetroot? I have absolutely no idea but what I do know, is that it works. The vegetables (and some more good ingredients) form together a moist bread that goes perfectly with any kind of spread or why not just plain butter?

Bread cravings and dairy-free bread as treatment

If you recently started with reducing your carbs in your diet, you probably are also starting to miss a thing or two. One is probably bread. Cause, let’s be honest. It’s so easy to just grab a sandwich when in hurry or when you don’t have any mega-creative ideas about what to make. But! Cutting the carbs, doesn’t mean that you will never be able to get a great sandwich again. You just have to start making your own bread!  Does is sound difficult? It’s not!