Herbed Italian Bread

Herbed Italian Bread
Using CorEats Almond Flour Bread Mix 


A wise old proverb, “Necessity is the mother of invention,” says it so well! Our Almond Flour Bread Mix is where it all started!

I needed a quality bread that I could send my girls to school with... bread that wasn’t dry, actually tasted GOOD, didn’t disintegrate upon picking up, AND didn’t contain any cringeworthy hidden ingredients and preservatives. Unfortunately, NOTHING met my criteria.

Through trial and error, we settled on a recipe that quickly became a daily staple and satisfied our craving for traditional home-made bread. From PB&J, to a ‘mile- high’ meat and cheese, our bread provides the perfect texture and flavor for any sandwich.

The part I love most about CorEats Almond Flour Bread, is how easily it can be reimagined for many beloved and favored treats, like cinnamon or Italian bread!

Here is what you need:




1  Almond Flour Bread Mix


Herb Mix

1 Tbsp Italian seasoning*

1/4 cup shredded Parmesan (or favorite cheese). Optional

Olive Oil for drizzling. Optional


*Get creative here. You can use a straight up, pre-mixed Italian seasoning, or make your own concoction. Some good options are: rosemary, marjoram, basil, chive, and sage. OR try these herb blends:

Traditional Herb:

½ tsp basil

½ tsp oregano

¼ tsp garlic

¼ tsp onion

Pinch of salt

Basil Herb:

½ tsp garlic

1 tsp basil

1 ½ tsp parsley

Pinch of salt



1 TBsp fresh, or 1tsp dried rosemary

¼ tsp garlic

Pinch of salt






1. Measure your Italian Herb seasoning of choice, set aside.

2. Follow all package instructions for Almond Flour Bread batter (including pre-heating oven and baking dish preparation).

3. Pour prepared bread batter into the prepared baking dish.

4. Sprinkle Italian seasoning onto the batter, followed by cheese (optional), distributing it as evenly as possible.

5. With a butter knife, gently swirl seasoning into batter, making one or two passes.

6. Drizzle top with olive oil

7. Bake at 350° for 45 min

8. Cool 10-15 min*



*Letting bread cool to room temp makes slicing much easier, but if you like warm Italian bread, dig in!


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