Bread is easily one of the most beloved foods out there, but, unfortunately, it isn't the healthiest. Luckily, there are healthier versions of it, such as multigrain bread. As for what makes a 6-grain bread, specifically, so unique, it all comes down to, well, the six grains.
The six grains may vary from recipe to recipe, but typically, they include oats, wheat, corn, millet, rye, flaxseed, and sesame seeds. Sometimes, a recipe includes quinoa or barley in place of one of the other grains. Whatever the exact configuration is, a 6-grain bread makes for a hearty and satisfying alternative to white bread.
Not only can it taste delicious, but eating multigrain bread comes with a plethora of benefits, such as being high in protein and fiber, as well as other vitamins and nutrients, including magnesium, iron, zinc, and antioxidants. So, now that you know how beneficial 6-grain bread is, what should you make with it?
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Recipe Ideas For 6-Grain Bread
Seeing as 6-grain bread is such a healthy choice, we may as well focus on recipes that skew on the healthier side. For example, you can start your day off on a hearty and healthy note with a 6-grain avocado toast, perhaps topped with a protein-filled egg. If you are a fan of Sourdough Avocado Toast, you can easily swap out the sourdough for a piece of multigrain bread topped with cooked asparagus, a runny poached egg, and chopped chives.
Next, there are numerous healthy sandwich options you can whip up with your 6-grain bread. Maybe you'd like to make an Apple Pecan Chicken Salad, which can be made healthier by swapping out the mayo for Greek yogurt, and can be even better as a sandwich. Or, you could try out Tasting Table's Loaded Sprouts and Avocado Sandwich, which also features tomato, cucumber, red onion, and hummus.
Really, any sandwich will work with 6-grain bread -- not only will it be better for you than other types of bread, but it will give a whole new taste and experience to the sandwich. So, whether it's a turkey club or a BLT, next time try swapping out your go-to bread with a 6-grain bread.
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