2cupsalmond mealYou may like to add more almond meal used to make a denser loaf.
Preheat oven to 160 degrees celsius.
For a loaf prepare a bread tin by greasing and lining with baking paper or for rolls prepare a baking tray by lining with baking paper.
Combine flax, bicarb soda, oil, water and eggs. If using a thermomix speed 5 for 25 seconds. Or if using a blender such as a vitamix or standing mixer, mix until well combined.
Add almond meal until it reaches a dough like consistency.
Use the dough function on your thermomix or mix for 1-2 minutes in a regular blender or mixer. Add 2 cups for a lighter finish and 2 - 3 cups for a denser finish.
Either place into a bread tin or shape into 6-8 rolls. The mixture may still be a little sticky, so just roughly shape the rolls.
Bake for 20 minutes for rolls or up to 35 minutes for a loaf. At about the 30 minute mark, place a skewer in the middle of the loaf to check if cooked through.
Once cooked through allow to cool and enjoy with butter, ghee or your favourite topping.
I prefer using whole almonds and making my own meal. I think it produces a more stodgy bread than using a finer blanched almond meal. I use Honest to Goodness Pesticide Free Almonds. You can either make this into a loaf (extend the cooking time) or around 8 rolls.