15 Delicious Raw Vegan Bread Recipes

Baking bread can be such a rewarding experience, not only does it require a tremendous amount of skill and patience to get right, but bread has been made for thousands of years in countless ways imaginable.

To say that vegan bread recipes don’t exist within these guidelines is unfair and an incorrect assumption about how raw diets work. That’s why we’ve found you 15 of the best raw vegan bread recipes to keep you happy and busy.

1. Gluten-Free Vegan Bread

This gluten-free bread is bendy and flexible just like any other bread out there to provide you with the best experience possible, you want the closest thing to sliced bread? This is it!

There’s no kneading required with this recipe which as any bread maker knows, is the most time-consuming part of making bread from scratch, no being driven insane by the kneading time for you! It’s filling, extremely nutritious due to the lack of the oil, yeast, and added sugars involved.

It’s perfect for toast and sandwiches so you don’t have to miss out on that fluffy white bread texture in your life.

2. Vegan Coconut Flour Bread

Here’s another bread alternative to try out if you’ve got some coconut flour in your pantry to use up soon! Coconut flour has a neutral flavor and a faint nutty taste of coconut without the overpowering coconut flavor involved. It’s subtle but sweet which is a great way to enjoy your bread.

Usually, eggs or yeast are used to help raise bread, however, with this raw vegan recipe, a lot of baking powder is used to help that loaf rise to the heavens without sinking or stooping downwards.

We want you to enjoy making this recipe, so we only recommend the recipes that are guaranteed to work as long as you follow the instructions. 

3. Vegan & Gluten-Free Quinoa Bread

Struggling to find a delicious vegan bread recipe that substitutes well for your morning toast, but doesn’t sacrifice the flavored and aromas that a well-baked loaf of bread have to offer?

Try this gluten-free quinoa bread that has a nutty flavor similar to rye bread but is perfect for making toast as it’s rich in protein and fiber to be a nutritious start to the day! This recipe can be made using quinoa flour, however, studies suggest that adding half oat flour to the mix works best as quinoa flour alone has a tendency to turn out slightly dry and crumbly. 

4. Raw Vegan Banana Bread Biscuits

There’s quite a lot of creative freedom with this banana bread biscuit recipe as the only ingredients involved are, bananas, pecans, cashews, vanilla extract, and a pinch of salt! They’re so easy and fun to make and only require minimal effort depending on how you want them to turn out.

A food processor is required to get the right texture for some of the ingredients, however other than that this recipe is a breeze.

5. Raw Vegan Zucchini Bread

If you’re looking for an alternative bread recipe for your lunchtime snacks, try this raw vegan zucchini bread that’s made using ingredients such as sun-dried tomatoes, zucchini’s, lemon juice, and avocados, to create this unique bread to mix up your lunchtime meal a bit.

The same food’s eaten again and again can get quite repetitive, and you don’t have to be a raw vegan to try this recipe out for yourself! We encourage you to experiment with flavors and textures, unlike anything you tried before to find out if the raw vegan diet is the way to go.

6. Gluten-free Rice Bread

Another alternative flour-based gluten-free bread coming your way, and it’s made using, you guessed it, brown and white rice! It’s crusty on the outside for that classic breaded texture, whilst remaining as soft as feathers on the inside for the best sandwich-making bread to date!

It requires steaming to bake, which is more simple than it may seem. You just need a baking dish filled with water to bake it in which will release steam whilst in the oven to fully cook the bread. This may be easier than classic bread making!

7. Vegan Sourdough Banana Bread

Baking your own sourdough or banana bread has been on the rise (literally) recently as homemade recipes have become popular! So, why not try this combination of two of the most favored bread recipes to bake this year with the sourdough banana bread creation.

The best part is this can be baked as either a loaf or muffins if you’re short on time and a loaf tin! You’ll never go back to the standard banana bread recipes after trying this one out and you’re friends will be begging you to keep making it!

8. Vegan Onion Bread

Fancy a go at baking an unusual but rewarding loaf of bread that can be made to your own onion preferences? Well, this vegan onion bread adds a little bit of spice to your regular bread recipes.

This can be served as a savory entre to your main meal or a midnight snack if preferred! It’s also a budget-friendly loaf that requires little preparation time and simple ingredients that you may even have lying around in your pantry. It’s mostly onions, flour, and oregano so knock yourself out!

9. Gluten-free Vegan Orange Bread

This bread recipe is definitely more on the sweet side for the sweet-tooths out there, but if you want to make it less overwhelmingly sweet, try halving the amount of maple syrup required as this is the culprit of that deadly sweet flavor that will have you coming back to make it every week for life.

The best thing is that you can use either freshly squeezed orange juice, or orange juice straight from the carton as the recipe is easy breezy and you can get creative with the ingrediants. And if you really like your oranges, try adding orange extract for that extra kick of sweetness!

10. Pecan-raisin Cinnamon Swirl Bread

The pecan-raisin cinnamon swirl bread is quite similar in terms of traditional bread-making methods to other non-vegan bread recipes. It requires the same kind of baking process involving letting the dough sit, covered with a tea towel for a while to rise.

And if you’re new to the raw vegan bread world, then this may be a great start to get you on your way to vegan bread success!

11. Gluten-free Vegan Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Are you craving a sweet breakfast banana loaf that indulges a creamy frosting and is warm, fragrant, and free from refined sugars?

Yeah, we have too so we’ve found this gluten free peanut butter banana bread that does all those things and more. Also, it can be enjoyed as a breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack time food so you really can’t get any better than that!

12. Vegan Gluten-free Carrot Bread

The best thing about trying out different vegan bread recipe’s is that you can customize a lot of the ingredients involved, if there’s something you don’t particularly like in the recipe, you can often either take it out or alternate it for something else.

For example with this carrot bread, if maple syrup isn’t your thing, honey can be substituted instead! Just get creative with your recipes in a way that works well for you. And if savory bread is more to your liking, just remove the maple syrup altogether!

13. Gluten-free Vegan Lemon Bread

We all enjoy the classic lemon loaf that our grandparents made throughout our childhoods, well you can make one too that is gluten-free and vegan so you can enjoy your childhood favorites easily without sacrificing any of the homely nostalgic flavors you remember!

It’s fluffy, moist, sweet, and tangy and the lemon buttercream frosting is as good as it gets. Try it as a dessert or as a change-up to your routine, breakfast, or brunch. You may find it tastes better at different times of the day.

14. Vegan Banana And Chocolate Protein Bread

Banana bread is such a wholesome and delicious treat any time of the year, so why not indulge in this delicious vegan alternative to a family favorite today? This bread has a great protein boost to get you through the day and has ingredients to help keep your gut and body well fed! It’s fantastic after a long day outdoors as the flavors explode in your mouth. 

15. Gluten-free Vegan Garlic Herb Focaccia Bread

Last on our 15 delicious raw began bread recipes is this vegan garlic herb bread that encapsulates the classic garlic bread taste with a twist to leave your tastebuds satisfied.

If you favor more savory bread dishes, try this easy simple ingredient bread that doesn’t require many store-bought ingredients that you won’t already find in your pantry.

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