Fruit and Seed Snack Bread

Whether I’m embarking on a backpacking adventure through India, a road trip to the coast, or living out of a hotel in London, you can just about guarantee I’ve packed a lot of food with me.

Gluten-free, dairy-free foods are sometimes challenging to find when I’m away from home. To lessen the stress of searching for food, I bring pre-packaged goodies along with me like protein powders, bars, nuts, and seeds.

No matter how far I’m traveling, I always leave a little extra room in my bag for something homemade. Even though it’s literally on the other side of the world, India was no exception!

When I was planning what I’d take with me to India, I knew it had to be something that:

  • I could share with others if the opportunity presented itself – it had to be free of all common allergens.
  • Would stay relatively fresh for my first week of traveling meaning eggs were out.

I ended up making this nut-free, vegan and gluten-free snack bread. 1 slice has 180 calories, over 5 grams of protein and only 5 grams of fat.

…but you’re going to have to head on over to Eat Spin Run Repeat for the recipe!


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    • Hi Faye, thanks for the mention on your blog! Glad you like the recipe, it’s one of my favorites, too!

  1. Hi Leanne! This bread was INCREDIBLE!! I can’t believe it’s gluten-free. It tastes amazing and was so easy to make. I made it 2 days in a row!! My hubby and toddler son loved it, too. Thanks for the great recipe!

    • That’s so great to hear, Bethany! Hope you’re having a fantastic day :)

    • I was thinking the same! I’ll probably make this in the coming weeks and bake it into biscotti for a take-along snack at work. Looks delicious, Leanne!