Moringa Bread: Whole Grain Moringa Bread Recipe

DISCLAIMER: Ok, hear me out before getting into the Moringa bread recipe. We love to cook and bake and use Moringa–when we have the time. If you want to experience Moringa for yourself the easiest way possible though we have an alternative: Moringa Capsules. They are super convenient and affordable and simply the best way to eat Moringa every single day!

Ok, having said that let’s get back to the recipe!

This Moringa bread recipe provides a hearty, nutty, delicious, whole grain bread.  It also a natural way to incorporate the benefits of Moringa into your daily life.  There is no added sugar, and it is terrific as a side dish or lightly toasted with your choice of spread for a healthy snack option.  We trust you will enjoy it as much as our family has!


4 Cupsspelt flour (500g)
1 cupmixed raw seeds (150g) sunflower, sesame, pumkin etc…
3 mediumcarrots finely shredded
2 cupswarm water
1.5 tspyeast
2 tspsalt
2 cupsfresh Moringa leaves finely chopped or 2 Tbsp of Moringa powder
Serving : 2 Small Loafs


1.Soften yeast in warm water
2.Add all ingredients into large mixing bowl
3.Mix till moist dough forms or all ingredients are moistened. If available, use hand mixer or stand mixer with dough hook
4.Spread dough into prepared mini loaf pans. Sprinkle the dough with sesame seeds (optional) 
5.Place two small loaf pans on middle rack of cold oven. Set oven temperature to 400 °F (200 °C) Bake Moringa bread for 45-50 minutes or until you can insert and remove a toothpick without dough sticking to the toothpick. The crust of the loaves should be lightly browned

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