Gluten Free Seed Bread

This Gluten Free Seed Bread is made with a variety of healthy seeds, tigernut flour and coconut oil. It makes for a delicious family-friendly snacking bread or avocado toast!


Today I’m sharing my Gluten Free Seed Bread. It is Paleo, Nut-Free, Grain-Free and Vegan and actually made on a baking sheet instead of a loaf pan!


This recipe was born out of my need to find a more nutrient-dense option for the avocado toast obsession that has taken over my house. My 15-month-old is on the choosier side of the eating spectrum, and I found she is really drawn to all things bread, crackers, and the like.


We had been choosing gluten-free bread (Canyon and Food for Life brands), but I knew I could make a more nutritious option at home that would expand her palate more. Enter this seed-based gluten-free “snacking” bread.

I’m calling it snacking bread because it’s not a traditional bread – it’s a flatbread baked on a baking sheet and cut into slices versus a rising loaf of fluffy sandwich bread.

Gluten Free Seed Bread Paleo

I find it really satiating with a nice seedy texture and much healthier than the gluten-free breads on the market filled with conventional grains, isolated fibers, rancid canola oil and who knows what kind of quality eggs.


This One Bowl Paleo and Vegan Seed Bread is:

  • grain and gluten-free
  • dairy-free
  • egg-free
  • nut-free
  • yeast-free

Try and find a bread like that in the grocery store – it’s probably not going to happen (or it might cost you $10+ a loaf and actually be more like a thinly sliced brick). For sandwiches, I’ll have to work some magic to create a nutritious and nut-free recipe for you all!


Gluten Free Seed Bread Serving Ideas: 

  • Topping it with thinly sliced avocado, sea salt, a drizzle of olive oil, a squeeze of lime juice and some microgreen sprouts
  • Smearing on organic sunbutter and unfiltered raw organic honey and topping with sliced banana and hemp seeds
  • Layered with homemade blueberry jam and granola crumbles (for the jam, I simmer fresh organic blueberries with a splash of lemon juice and maple syrup until they break open and thicken).
  • Spread with dairy-free cream cheese, drizzled with honey, sliced figs and a bit of flaked salt.


If you’re looking for more gluten-free, dairy-free snacks, try my:

Dairy-Free Strawberry Cheesecake Bars

Nut-Free Paleo Granola

Vanilla Mandarin Energy Balls



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Gluten Free Seed Bread


      • 1/3 cup golden flaxseeds
      • 1/3 cup finely shredded unsweetened coconut 
      • 1 tablespoon chia seedspan> 
      • 3/4 cup hot water 
      • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
      • 1/4 cup coconut oil, softened
      • 3/4 cup tigernut flour 
      • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
      • 1/2 cup sunflower seedspan>, raw and unsalted
      • 1/4 cup hemp seedspan>


1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. 

2. In a large mixing bowl, combine the flaxseeds, shredded coconut, chia, hot water and maple syrup. Allow the mixture to soak up the water for about 5 minutes until you achieve a thick slurry.

3. Stir in the coconut oil until well combined. Now stir in the tigernut flour and sea salt followed by the sunflower and hemp seedspan>. 

4. Spread the mixture into a 1/3-inch thick rectangle on your prepared baking sheet, using another piece of parchment paper on top to smooth it evenly. Take your time as you want it to be an even thickness throughout. 

5. Bake on your center oven rack for 28 to 30 minutes until the edges are a light golden brown. Transfer to a cutting board, let cool 10 minutes. Slice in half lengthwise and then make 4 slices widthwise to create 8 total slices. 

6. Top with whatever you desire and enjoy! No need to toast this breadpan> - I find it's best at room temperature!




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2 comments on “Gluten Free Seed Bread

  • Dear Alaena!

    I have just tried this recipe, and it blows my mind how good this bread is. I love sunflower seed, so this bread is an absolute winner for me. Since I’ve been following gluten-free diet due to celiac disease, I was suffering from not finding a proper bread that is not filled with soy, rice or corn flour and sugar!! it is a surprisingly hard task to accomplish….. Anyway, love this bread, love this blog, thanks so much for your work 🙂


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