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This recipe arose in these days of quarantine due to Covid 19, where I did not find any healthy bread at home and at home we had already run out of the ones we had bought.

Normally we always buy rye or rice flour bread.

Everyone in the house wanted a sweet, healthy bread, but that was NOT banana lol, because everywhere we have seen the only thing we have seen online in terms of bread is healthy banana bread.

The only flour I had in my house was quinoa flour and quinoa flakes, also a lot of red apples that I didn't want to spoil.

It occurred to me to make apple bread in quinoa flour and nuts. The truth is I never thought it would be so delicious, it came out of the oven and half of it was devoured. The next day I had breakfast with it, I heated it and put honey on top and accompanied it with a cappuccino in almond milk.

Now let's continue with the recipe and what ingredients you will need.

  • 1 cup quinoa flour
  • 1 cup quinoa flakes
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 3 red apples
  • Cinnamon powder
  • Natural liquid stevia or honey
  • Salt
  • baking powder
  • 4 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • Nutmeg
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 whole egg

Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Celsius, about 15 minutes before.

In a bowl you are going to combine the dry ingredients.

And in another bowl the liquid ingredients.

In the bowl of liquid ingredients we begin by beating the eggs with the stevia and vegetable oil.

On the other hand, we peel and chop the apples into squares, boil them in water with stevia or honey to taste and add a little cinnamon powder.

I like to do this step so that when we introduce the apples into the mixture they are a little watery and easy to mix, plus with the cinnamon and stevia it takes on a delicious flavor.

Once the apples are ready, we introduce them into the dry ingredient mixture and add the liquids as well.

The apples will leave a little water when we finish cooking them, we also add that water to the mixture, you add it and see how much is needed. The mixture should be between thick and liquid, that is, neither too thick nor too liquid.

Pour the mixture into a bread-shaped container, which must be previously greased, then add the nuts you want. In my case I added shelled pistachios and sunflower seeds, some I put into the mixture and others I left on top so that they would brown once they were in the oven.

Now if you put it in the oven at 350 degrees for about half an hour, that also depends a lot on the oven so it is always good to check it.

Let it cool to unmold it, and voila .