There are many low-gi breads that use a range of healthy grains and seeds, try some of these bread recipes.
If you are looking for high fibre bread this is the perfect choice with sesame seeds, flax seeds, poppy seeds and sunflower seeds in a wholemeal bread base.
A fragrant bread/loaf cake. Can be eaten straight away but for best flavour, store overnight before serving. You can choose the amount of sugar in this cake depending on your taste.
Ripe bananas, nature's star sweetener, are the basis for this moist, tasty loaf.
If you like breads that are a little denser you have to give this recipe a try. It uses baking powder instead of yeast.
This is a version of the Indian bread made from wholemeal flour. I make this for my husband all the time - he's diabetic.
The wheat germ and bran in wholemeal flour supply significant amounts of vitamin E and fibre that are lost in processing white flour.
This is a bread and vegetable salad called fattoush you will find all over the Middle East. Here it is made a full meal with the addition of tuna steaks.
These cheese sticks are made with wholemeal and plain flour and Parmesan cheese. They are delicious warm from the oven.
Slow-cooked beef and beans in a rich tomato sauce spiced with chillies and cumin makes an inviting meal on a wintry day, and warm, crumbly cornbread studded with corn kernels and mild green chilli is the perfect accompaniment. Serve with a crisp salad for a hearty, well-balanced meal.
This is the real thing! Because it must only be handled very lightly, it can never be made in a bread machine.