I’m extremely busy at the moment and haven’t had time to try many new recipes. However, I wanted to share this simple and very quick ‘bread’ one with you as it’s absolutely gorgeous.
I never again thought I’d eat soft, doughy, bread after going low histamine – it’s hard to get anything to rise with no yeast. But these honey and oat ‘bread’ slices are scrumptious and lovely with a steaming bowl of soup. They are made using a scone recipe, but if you eat them still warm from the oven they taste very bread-like. When they’ve gone cold they taste more like scones, but are none the worse for that!
You can also make them into ‘rolls’ (I slice the rolls in half and use a sandwich filling just as I would with a regular bread roll) and they are freezable. See the Miscellaneous Section of the Recipe page for further details.