Seedy Loaf


1 pkg Seedy Buns Mix
4 eggs
.25cup melted butter  or coconut oil -  I use a mix
.5 cup cream (I use .25 whipping cream, .25 water)
1T apple cider vinegar
*optional seeds for the top

Step 1.
Prepare a loaf pan (9" x 5") with spray and with parchment paper. You can use a little extra parchment to cover the ends...I didn't find it necessary.

Preheat oven to 350 or 325 for convection oven. 

Empty Mix into a stand up mixer or bowl. Mix 4 eggs in a separate bowl.  Add eggs and melted butter to dry mix. Blend with electric mixer until dough starts to come together. Add the vinegar & cream to the dough. Blend well until the dough starts to thicken, aprox. 2 minutes.  

Take the parchment paper out of the pan and lay flat on counter. Empty the contents of the the dough onto the parchment and shape into a nice loaf ( keep your hands wet and or use a little coconut flour) 

sprinkle a mixture of seeds on top of the loaf. Make a few slices across the top with a sharp knife.

Place your dough on the parchment back into your loaf pan.

Bake for 70 minutes. The crust will be thick and a dark golden brown. 

This is a heavy dense but delicious bread for a fluffier bread make the seedy buns

This bread is quite oily but will dry out over the next couple of days. Store in a paper bag in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. 

Is excellent toasted.