The Australian Women’s Weekly Food

Well bread

SEEDAHOLIC BREAD

“This loaf ticks all the boxes. It's effortlessly simple to make and absolutely delicious to eat. Topped with avocado and a squeeze of lemon, it's my breakfast go-to.”
Sarah Murphy, Food Editor, AWW Food

PREP + COOK TIME 2 HOURS 30 MINUTES (+ STANDING & COOLING) MAKES 10 SLICES

1½ cups (135g) rolled oats
1½ cups (120g) quinoa flakes
1 cup (150g)

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