Rye flour and wheat flour mixed.
Baking powder and bicarbonate added. Stir.
Here comes the sunflower seeds; these are roasted but plain will do fine too (but not salted).
Oats and chia seeds. Stig again. If you have crushed wheat and/or crushed rye add less oatmeal.
Pumpkin seeds and salt. Mix some more.
Yellow raisins but regular will do.
Dried apricots; Naturally colored purple and apricots treated with sulphur dioxide (orange). The purple kind lasts shorter but tastes more.
Dried cranberries. If you don't have any dried fruits at home try using some granola or a grated apple (but then add the apple at the same time as the yogurt).
In another bowl mix (low fat) yogurt and treacle (or corn syrup).
Then mix the yogurt with the treacle before mixing it with the dry ingredients.
Take about half of the yogurt mix and blend it with the flour/dried fruits.then add the rest. If you like bread spices you can add caraway, anise and/or fennel.
Make sure there are no lumps of flour in the bowl.
Scrape up the dough and pour it into a bread pan, instead of using breadcrumbs I put a baking sheet into the pan but if breadcrumbs is your thing stick to it.
Like so. Sprinkle some oats on top. Bake at 200 degrees C for at least 45 minutes but probably longer. Test it with a cake stick to be sure; mine needed 55-60 minutes.
Here we have the finished result!
Best enjoyed with cheese 😀
- 250.0ml Coarse rye flour
- 300.0ml Wheat flour
- 1/2tsp Baking powder
- 1/2tsp Bicarbonate
- 100.0ml Sunflower seeds
- 200.0ml Oatmeal
- 50.0ml Chia seeds
- 100.0ml Pumpkin seeds
- 1/2tsp Salt
- 60.0g Raisins
- 80.0g Apricots
- Cranberries (didn't measure those)
- 450.0ml Yogurt
- 50.0ml Treacle (molasses) or corn syrup