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Garlic Butter Avocado Bread

Enjoy homemade freshness with my Garlic Butter Avocado Bread. For all who love a moist, vegan, gluten free bread, made with avocados, lots of garlic and cacao butter for the ultimate butter flavor.

A full loaf of the Garlic Butter Avocado Bread.

Bread is something most of us eat nearly every day. I had never thought that it was easy to make my own homemade bread and so used to head to the store to get my favorite.

However I have been trying out more and more with bread baking. I hope you have already enjoyed my Hummus Homemade Bread or the Olive Chickpea Flour Bread.

Seriously, you will never be happy with store-bought bread again. You would miss the amazing smell, straight from the oven, when fresh bread is baking.

This Garlic Butter Avocado Bread is no exception. It has incredible flavors from garlic and the perfect moistness from avocados. For real, these two make all the difference.

But there is more: You won’t believe that it has an outstanding butter flavor, which I’m sure you never have found before in a plant based homemade bread recipe.

Top view of the Garlic Butter Avocado Bread with toasted pine nuts on top.

You can expect a result that will simply wow you. Trust me, you want to make this again and again. It’s absolutely addicting, drool worthy, mouthwatering, tastes real. It will be adored by all, no matter vegan, vegetarian, or the biggest meat eaters.

Can you already smell the fantastic flavors, just by reading is? Come on board, we’re doing this.

First heat a small sauce pan with cacao butter, and fry the garlic for around 5 minutes. Now hop over to a blender and combine avocados, garlic and the rest of the molten cacao butter from the pan.

Add 1/4 cup of water blend until really smooth and creamy, then season with salt and pepper.

Two slices of the Garlic Butter Avocado Bread with different spreads.

Next we need a big bowl. Combine all the other ingredients (except for the pine nuts) with the remaining 1 cup of water and mix well with a spatula.

Put the dough into a loaf pan prepared with parchment paper or use a bit of coconut oil to grease it. Sprinkle with pine nuts on top and press carefully down.

Cover with a aluminium foil. This is important otherwise the pine nuts will burn, and we don’t want that to happen. Now bake at 400°F for 60 minutes.

This dairy free bread is delicious on it’s own or with a dollop hummus like my 30 Seconds Best Hummus Recipe. It is also amazing to serve this with stews or soups.

The entire recipe is also plant based and soy free. Which means no matter which diet you follow, everyone will be able to enjoy coming on board for this homemade bread sensation.

Two spreads on the garlic butter bread.

When you’re going to make it, you will recognize an amazing smell and believe me you will find yourself having a really hard time to eat store bought again.

Once you’ve tried and know how easy you can bake your own bread, there is no way for you to really enjoy a ready-made bread.

Believe me, there is nothing better than homemade. When this Garlic Butter Avocado Bread comes fresh out of the oven and it’s warm, that feeling.

Can you imagine and already inhale the aroma? When it comes to gluten free baking there are many recipes that call for many different flours. I keep it really simple by using just one flour.

Closeup on a single open slice of the Garlic Butter Avocado Bread.

Grow your own avocado tree and make this Garlic Butter Avocado Bread

It’s not only fun to bake, friends. Do you know what is also so much fun to do? Grow your own ingredients in the garden.

So there is the small garden at my house and I’ve been experimenting with growing some fresh herbs and lovely tomatoes before. You know, all those things that don’t need super much space and time.

Now, I realized that it would be nice to do something else. And when I was making this recipe, I actually started wondering, if I could not also grow my own avocados. We are always up for a challenge, aren’t we?

Garlic Butter Avocado Bread.

So I went ahead and tried to learn “How to grow your own avocado tree“. Reading this, it sounds as if it is not a very complicated procedure but a somewhat time consuming one.

First step seems to be to start with a seed and suspending it carefully in water. It takes a couple of weeks until roots and a stem emerge and then it’s time to plant it.

And wait again. I wonder if anyone of you guys has ever tried this before? Does it work? And if so, do you think it is worth it? I’m curious about your experiences and thoughts.

Collage of two pictures of the Garlic Butter Avocado Bread with recipe title text.

If you give this a Garlic Butter Avocado Bread a try, show me your excitement on Instagram or Facebook. Love seeing all what’s coming all that way around.

Happy eating, Florian.

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Garlic Butter Avocado Bread

Yield: 24
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes

Enjoy homemade freshness with my Garlic Butter Avocado Bread. For all who love a moist, vegan, gluten free bread, made with avocados, lots of garlic and cacao butter for the ultimate butter flavor.

Ingredients

  • 3 cups gf flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 cup cacao butter
  • 1 1/4 cup water divided
  • 7 cloves garlic
  • 2 ripe avocados
  • 1/4 cup pine nuts on top
  • Salt, pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. Heat a small sauce pan with cacao butter, and fry the garlic for around 5 minutes. Now hop over to a blender and combine avocados, garlic and the rest of the molten cacao butter from the pan. Add 1/4 cup of water blend until really smooth and creamy, then season with salt and pepper.
  2. Combine all the other ingredients (except for the pine nuts) with the remaining 1 cup of water in a bowl and mix well with a spatula. Put the dough into a loaf pan prepared with parchment paper or use a bit of coconut oil to grease it. Sprinkle with pine nuts on top and press carefully down. Cover with a aluminium foil. This is important otherwise the pine nuts will burn, and we don't want that to happen. Now bake at 400°F for 60 minutes.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 24 Serving Size: 1 slice
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 151Total Fat: 7.1gSaturated Fat: 2.3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4.3gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 234mgCarbohydrates: 18gFiber: 1.1gSugar: 1.6gProtein: 3.6g
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Patty

Wednesday 14th of November 2018

This sounds absolutely delish..! I'm not into gluten free foods though and was wondering if this could be made with regular flour and real butter. I can honestly taste this just reading all about it..! ❤

Florian

Wednesday 14th of November 2018

Hi Patty! Regular flour and butter will work perfectly! Let me know how it goes!

Karen

Friday 7th of September 2018

Hi! So excited to try this recipe! Just curious, doesn’t cacao butter give it a chocolate-y flavor?

Florian

Friday 7th of September 2018

Hi Karen! It doesn't add a chocolate flavor, it will give this bread a real butter flavor! Hope that helps!

Rafa

Sunday 15th of April 2018

Hi Florian!

This recipe seems delicious, I am gonna try it out today. Must sub the cacao butter for olive oil, I hope it works out fine as well :)

Florian

Sunday 15th of April 2018

Good luck! Let me know what you think, Rafa!

Tammy Jones

Saturday 13th of January 2018

This sounds amazing! The instructions don’t say when to mix in the flour. Ive never made bread before and don’t want to screw up my first try...lol

Florian

Saturday 13th of January 2018

Hi Tammy! Please read step 2!

LAURA ARTERS

Saturday 23rd of September 2017

Can I use almond or coconut flour?

Florian @ContentednessCooking

Saturday 23rd of September 2017

Hi Laura! You can use almond or coconut flour in a mix. I would say mix 1/2 cup with another 2,5 cups of gluten free flour like light buckwheat flour or anything you like. Just plain almond or coconut flour wouldn't work for the taste and texture!