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Avocado Bread




2x large avocado (haas or other)

1x cup buckwheat flour (can substitute for other flour)

3tbsp psyllium husks

1tsp pink himilayan rock salt

1/2 cup pepitas + extra for topping

1/3 cup LSA  (Linseed, sunflower and almond meal) or plain linseed meal

Sesame seeds for topping (can use a mixture of seeds e.g. linseeds, sunflower, pepitas, buckwheat. quinoa)



  • Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees celsius. Line a medium loaf tin with baking paper

  • Cut the avo's through the centre, remove core and scoop out flesh from all 4 quarters into a blender. Blend until smooth.

  • In a bowl add all your dry ingredients except pepitas (buckwheat flour, psyllium, salt, LSA) and mix together.

  • Add dry ingredients to the blender and mix until a moist dough is formed. 

  • Now add in pepitas and slowly mix in (so they don't get chopped up too much).

  • Scoop mixture into the prepared loaf tin and smooth out the top with a spatula or back of a spoon. Sprinkle pepitas and sesame seeds (or mixed seeds) on top of loaf and press down to make them stick into mixture.

  • Place loaf tin into the oven and bake for 1 hour. You may need more to ensure the middle is cooked through.

  • It is hard to tell when it is cooked because it will still be a moist loaf due to the avo however, when the top is browned & roughly after around 1 hour, 15 minutes it should definately be done. Another thing to note is that when you toast the loaf again (in a toaster or sandwhich press), it will cook it a little further too!


  • Store in an air-tight container in the fridge. Optimally it will last 5-7 days, however possibly longer.

  • Pre-slice the loaf and freeze- either in a container, or wrapped individually, or in a zip lock bag. Remove single slices at a time to savour the loaf!


Serving Suggestions!

  • Definately a winner!: Head to my breakfast page to get the ultimate, delicious herbed-tomato, runny egg combo.

  • Make it sweet- who said banana & avo doesn't go together? Toast in a toaster or sandwhich press, slather with 1tbsp nut butter (almond would be delish)! and 1/4-1/2 sliced banana.

  • Or toast, add the nut butter, then sprinkle with frozen or fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries or passionfruit!

  • Take it plain as a snack- there are enough nutrients, healthy-fat, carbs and some protein from the buckwheat flour in this loaf to serve as a delicious mid morning or afternoon snack! Have it plain or sprinkle some more sesame seeds on top or drizzle a little bit of white or black tahini and wallah you're full of goodness!


Head to the Wellness page to see why avocado is so good for you and why it should be incorporated into your diet!

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