Gut-Friendly Cranberry Orange Bread

Looking for a delicious homemade bread recipe that won’t spike blood sugar and is healthy for the gut? As someone who personally can’t eat wheat this recipe is one of my favorites. It totally satisfies the bread cravings that occasionally happen with a combination of healthy fats and fiber! I have modified it just a bit from the original recipe I had and think it has more orange flavor to balance the tart cranberries.

Its’ very easy to make and the ingredients nourish the gut and the good bacteria in it! Try it plain or spread some grass fed butter over it for a delicious breakfast or a healthy snack anytime.

To Make the Bread You Will Need:

1/4 cup monk fruit sweetner

1 cup whole cranberries

1/4 cup orange juice

4 large eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla or almond extract

1/3 cup coconut milk

1/4 cup avocado oil

2 1/4 cups almond flour

3/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

To Make the Bread:

Preheat oven to 350

In a food processor or blender pulse the cranberries, monk fruit, and orange juice until small bits of cranberry are distributed equally in mixture.

In a bowl whish together eggs, extract, coconut milk and avocado oil.

In separate bowl combine almond flour, baking soda, salt and cranberry mixture.

Combine the two mixtures and knead until well mixed. Line a bread pan with a sheet of parchment paper and fill pan with dough mixture.

Bake for 40-45 minutes. Let cool completely before serving.

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Austin EricksonAbout the Author

Dr. Austin Erickson is a chiropractor with offices in Glenwood City and the 4 Corners near New Richmond, Wisconsin. He is an expert at combining chiropractic treatment with nutritional advice to achieve excellent results. He has cured himself of psoriasis and autoimmune related arthritis using his protocols. Connect with him on Twitter and Google+


2 Responses to Gut-Friendly Cranberry Orange Bread

  1. Julie says:

    Sounds delicious. Is it ok to substitute oat flour for almond flour and grape seed oil for avacado oil?

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