Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350F, grease a loaf pan.
  • Combine flours, arrowroot starch, tapioca starch, baking soda, vitamin C and salt in a medium bowl.
  • In a large bowl, whisk the applesauce, oil and water together.
  • Stir dry ingredients into the wet mix until thoroughly combined, adding a little extra water if needed.
  • Bake 40 - 45 minutes. Turn out immediately and cool on a wire rack.

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  • saucylove 2 years ago
    I followed this recipe exactly, and it didn't seem to rise very much..Also, it didn't cook through the middle very much at all...Any ideas on why? Thanks for posting it! <3
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  • Rosemalyn 2 years ago
    Does anyone know if Amaranth is gluten-free? Several of us in our club have problems with gluten. I have decided to just make my own bread because of my problem. Thanks for this recipe. This is great!
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  • Kvalente 2 years ago
    Can you clarify something for me. Is it 3 1/3 cups of amaranth or 3 and 1/3 cups amaranth?
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  • jo_jo_ba 4 years ago
    It will be dense - like Irish Soda Bread.
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  • caragh 4 years ago
    Hi. This looked so good I tried it but it didn't rise and was very dense. What did I do wrong?! I used tapioca flour instead of arrowroot as I gather it is the same?! Cheers. Caragh
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  • nadaism 4 years ago
    Looking forward to trying this versatile bread. Cheers to your talents!
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  • juliecake 6 years ago
    This sounds wonderful, I'm experimenting with quinoa as well. Interesting stuff. Thanks!
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  • 24thesweed 6 years ago
    I am going to try this recipe. Have been wanting to try baking with amaranth flour. Thanks for sharing.
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  • jo_jo_ba 6 years ago
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories: 241.6
    Total Fat: 5.1 g
    Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
    Sodium: 10.6 mg
    Total Carbs: 42.7 g
    Dietary Fiber: 4.9 g
    Protein: 7.0 g
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  • smidgentigre 6 years ago
    OOOHHH! This sounds good! I've been making another amaranth bread that my daughter just LOVES &, even after freezing, thawing & toasting is still springy. Is this the same way?? I'll post the Amaranth bread I've been making soon--it does have yeast in it tho. This one looks good & quick.
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  • jo_jo_ba 6 years ago
    you can use cornstarch if you prefer
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  • inmaculada 6 years ago
    I would really like to try this recipe,but I can not find any arrowroot. I can do find amaranth grains, which I coul easily grind to flour, but not the arrowroot. Do you thin I could replace it with anything else? or it is a must in this recipe?
    Thanks.
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  • invisiblechef 7 years ago
    This would go good with some blackberries, some sort of fresh berry added, As it is a quick bread, that shouldn't make it too hard.



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  • lor 7 years ago
    I read about Amaranth around the same time I started using Quinoa. I have never tried it and now I have a reason to. I love the fact that there is no yeast in this recipe. Thanks once again for your recipe.
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  • peetabear 7 years ago
    I will have to give this one a try. thank you
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