This 4-Ingredient Cookie Dough Bread Doesn't Need Flour, Yeast, or Sugar
Not only is this an easy-to-make bread, it's healthy for you, too!
The latest trendy recipe taking the internet by storm is a 4-ingredient cookie dough bread recipe made popular by Bethany Ugarte of @lilsipper. A gut health blogger with a mission to create recipes that help those with digestive issues, Ugarte first shared the bread recipe on Instagram last September and again last week for everyone #quarantinebaking at home. Combined, the posts currently have more than 47,000 likes. The best part? The bread that looks (and tastes!) like cookie dough is paleo- and keto-friendly as well as free of grain, gluten, yeast, and sugar!
With no flour or milk present in this quick bread recipe, the blogger relies on a simple combination of eggs, cashew butter, and baking soda. According to Ugarte's post, "it's the easiest bread you'll ever make," so here's how to make it yourself.
1 tsp. baking soda
1 cup cashew butter
Chocolate chips, to taste
Whisk baking soda and eggs until stiff peaks form.
Add cashew butter and continue mixing.
Pour batter into a parchment-lined loaf pan ($7, Target), add chocolate and bake for about 25 minutes in a 350°F oven. Ugarte added extra chocolate gems on top halfway through baking for a little visual appeal
Ugarte affirms other nut/seed butters will work in this recipe, but cashew makes it taste the most like cookie dough. This easy bread recipe is proof anyone can enjoy gluten-free treats. Keep the healthy recipe kick going with some gut-friendly fermented foods or a heart-healthy meal.
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