Satisfy the most discerning pastry craving with this guilt + gluten free, chocolate dotted loaf
This lightly sweet bread is as delicious as it is satiating. So although the taste is good enough to make you greedy for a second round, your belly (free of the gluten fog), is sharp enough to signal your brain that it’s had enough.
Seriously, I have an incredible sweet tooth and a have always had a hard time rationing baked goods. Both my husband and I have noticed that one modest slice of this bread is so satisfying you’ll leave it at that. Which is great too, because almond flour is pricey and this recipe makes a bread so moist it stays fresh for several days.
If you’re on a grain free diet or want to simplify the recipe, nix the sorghum and use almond meal exclusively. The upside of the sorghum flour is that it helps to produce a slightly crispier outside crust and reduces the overall cost. Organic sorghum flour runs about $3/ lb versus $9/ lb for almond flour. If you use 1/2 cup sorghum, you can stretch a 1 lb bag of almond meal to make 3 loaves.
Store in the fridge and toast to serve!