GLUTEN-FREE, GRAIN-FREE, REFINED SUGAR-FREE, SPECIFIC CARBOHYDRATE DIET (SCD)
I was on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) quiet a long time before I dared to make a sandwich loaf. I worried that being the bread-lover that I was, no grain-free bread would ever live up. However, as the summer approached this year I needed a good sandwich loaf for convenience. We love family picnics. One of favourite things to do at the weekend is pack up the car for the day and set off in any direction. Nothing beats the freedom of staying outside in the fresh air all day and visiting places we’ve never been.
Family picnics require a robust sandwich loaf that will hold all our toppings! I love salads but there is something amazing about tucking into a sandwich for the first time in nearly two years. I tried many grain-free bread recipes in the past and eventually gave up as they were stodgy and too heavy. Determined to make a light and delicious sandwich loaf, I experimented until I eventually came up with this recipe, which I am very proud of.
The loaf keeps really well for a week in an airtight container in the fridge. It’s perfect for sweet or savoury toppings and even makes a fantastic french toast! This freezes really well so when you can, double the recipe. You can either freeze it as an a loaf or slice and freeze them separately.