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Mastered the sourdough trend? Here are 4 more bread recipes to try

If you hopped on the sourdough trend, we’ve got four more bread recipes you need to try! Trust us, we’re big bread fans over here. Whether we’re making the BEST sandwiches, a Lemongrass Tofu Bánh Mì, or enjoying a baguette with our Plant-based Bolognese and spaghetti, we’re all about the bread! 

4 must-try bread recipes 

Gluten–Free Crêpes or Flatbread

Swich Gluten-Free Chickpea Crepes or Flatbread recipe

This chickpea crêpe makes a great gluten-free pizza base, and gives you a chance to try chickpea flour! Alternatively, you could just keep it simple and enjoy it all on its own with a sprinkling of sea salt for a satisfying snack. Either way, the batter itself features a simple set of ingredients and is super easy to make. 

Be sure to check out what the Swich community has to say about this one! 

Try the recipe: Gluten–Free Crêpes or Flatbread

Low Carb Crispbread

Swich Low Carb Crispbread Recipe

This must-try recipe is a great substitute for crackers and/or bread. These are hearty, filling, and can be topped with your favorite spread, or enjoyed on their own. They have quite a few knock-your-socks-off ingredients, and will require some prep in your food processor, but don't let that step deter you. The end result is 100% worth it. 

Try the recipe: Low Carb Crispbread

Irish Soda Bread

Swich Irish Soda Bread Recipe

If it's easy you're after, look no further than our simple Irish Soda Bread that you can pull together in 10 minutes! That's right—10 minutes! The main ingredients in this bread are whole wheat flour, steel-cut oats, wheat germ, and non-dairy buttermilk. It's a simple mixture and we bet you can't stop at one slice. 

Try the recipe: Irish Soda Bread

Cornbread Wheat Germ Loaf 

Swich Cornbread Wheat Germ Loaf Recipe

This is definitely not your regular cornbread loaf. In fact, our Cornbread Wheat Germ Loaf recipe is fluffier and more delicate due to the addition of wheat germ. As the title suggests, these can be made in a loaf or into muffins—which is fantastic if you're looking to prepare meals for the week. Whichever route you choose, they are great to throw into lunches, grab on the go, or enjoy as a side to a delicious homemade soup, salad, or main dish. 

Try the recipe: Cornbread Wheat Germ Loaf


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Priscilla W. ( 1yr ) – Love to make more different pasta dushes

Swich C. ( 1yr ) – Do you have a favorite pasta recipe? :)

Deborah K. ( 1yr ) – I will be looking for all things “gluten-free” in the way of bread type things that aren’t doughy

Swich C. ( 1yr ) – Do you currently have a favorite type of gluten-free bread?

Sandra J. ( 1yr ) – Also trying dairy free and only little fat.

Swich C. ( 1yr ) – Wonderful! Let us know what you think of the recipes when you try them.

Kimberlie P. ( 1yr ) – The no-knead breads are fun too! They are very rustic with just 4 ingredients that ferment overnight. We make the rye all the time.

Swich C. ( 1yr ) – Fun to make, few ingredients and delicious!