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Nut or Seed Butter Mug Bread Recipe

SunButter Quick Bread
Grain-free quick bread made with SunButter, egg, and baking soda.

I just discovered this brilliant method of making a quick, filling, bread-like snack in a mug, and it couldn’t be easier. It’s just nut or seed butter, egg, and baking soda mixed together and microwaved for 1-2 minutes, depending on your unit.

I found the original recipe at Relizabeth’s Paleo Runner blog where she made it with almond butter. I pulled out the SunButter to make my version the other day, but I can see making this with all kinds of nut butters.

It was so easy to make. Within all of 5 minutes I had mixed the ingredients, cooked it, and eaten the results. Yummy!

For my first try, I did not add any sweetener and my kids felt it needed it. Next time I think I’ll add a bit of pure maple syrup to the mix.

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Nut or Seed Butter Mug Bread

2 Tablespoons nut or seed butter
1 egg
Allowed sweetener (honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, etc.)
1/8 tsp-1/4 tsp baking soda
Any other add-ins such as chocolate chips, coconut flakes, raisins, etc.

Mix egg well in a mug and blend with rest of ingredients until well-combined. Place mug in microwave for 1-3 minutes until bread has risen and is no longer wet. Eat immediately. 1 serving.


2 Comments on “Nut or Seed Butter Mug Bread Recipe

  1. I enjoy what you guys tend to be up too. This
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  2. Thank you so much for linking to my site Elizabeth! It made my day to see you made and enjoyed one of my recipes (with your own neat twist)! You are the very first person to do that. THANKS!

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