Jamie’s Superfoods Protein Loaf

Recipe by Amhedin

  • Time needed: 1hr or overnight
  • Calories per serving: 150
  • Servings: 20
  • Difficulty: 2
  • Rating: 4.00 based on 2 reviews

This is dense and filling. I slice it more thinly, but it is still 150 carbs, but super filling and freezes well.
From Jamie’s Everyday Superfood. 7g carb.


• 1x 7G sachet dried yeast
• 4 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• 250 g Gram flour
• 100g Gr almonds
• 50g linseeds
• 100g mixed seeds, eg chia, poppy, sunflower, sesame, pumpkin
• 1 sprig fresh rosemary
• 4 large eggs
• Optional, 3tsp Marmite


Preheat oven to 190.Gas 5
Line a 1.5 ltr long loaf tin with greaseproof paper. Fill a jug with 375ml warm water, add yeast and oil, mix and set aside for 5 mins.
Mix dry ingredients in a bowl, add a pinch of salt, make a well in the middle.
Finely chop rosemary leaves and add.
Add eggs and Marmite (if using) and beat together, then add in yeast mixture.
Gradually incorporate all the flour from round the edges until combined into a thick batter.
Pour into tin and either bake immediately or leave to rise overnight in the fridge.
Bake in the centre of the oven for 45 mins or until a skewer comes out clean.
Leave on wire rack to cool for at least 20 mins.
I slice it up into 20 and freeze all the portions I’m not going to use immediately between two sheets of greaseproof paper – otherwise I eat too much.
It can be toasted from frozen or thawed and eater.

3 reviews for “Jamie’s Superfoods Protein Loaf”

  • review by:

    This makes a nice textured loaf, not dry at all. Only change I made was to use rapeseed oil, the mix was quite liquid and I was a tad bit worried about what the end result would be, but it was cooked by 40 mins in my fan oven, with a nice shiny finish.

    If you don’t like strong tastes this might not be up your street, which is why its only a 4 star… however the addition of a slither of cheese seemed to tone down some of the flavours and was then quite yummy. Will definitely cook it again maybe without the marmite just to see, and will consider adding different ingredients to the base mix as I’m hopeful this could be altered to different savoury flavours.

  • review by:
    Not rated

    Why is this tagged as vegan with eggs in it? Or did you use an egg replacement? If so which one worked?

  • review by:

    I make this regularly. I add turmeric and black pepper and skip the marmite, because I am trying to reduce a chronic pain issue.
    I would like to know the cholesterol content if anyone can help me with that? In myfitnesspal it doesn’t calculate it based on the fat % in the recipe.
    I find half a slice is enough to cope with a poached egg to keep the calories down.

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