broccoli flatbread

Broccoli flatbread. Sound interesting? This is a healthy option to your typical bread you use for lunch. There are only 3 ingredients needed and takes minimal preparation. They are simply made with a vegetable of your choice, which could be beets, carrots or broccoli, and then add eggs and ground almonds.

With a stack of different ones in the fridge, you can make all kinds of sandwiches. You can choose between masked avocado, spinach, arugula and hummus with a sprinkle of cheese or you can make mini pizzas for the kiddos when they get home from school. You can put a layer of pesto or tomato sauce and then add a sprinkle of cheese.

This is a fantastic way to get your veggie quota for the day. The almond flour adds a bit of sweetness but if you are allergic to nuts you can substitue chickpea flour instead.


Thank you Green Kitchen Stories for the recipe!


4 cups broccoli
4 eggs
1 cup ground almond

Heat oven to 400 degrees. Coarsely chop the broccoli. Put in a food processor until you get a rice like quality. Measure 4 cups and place in a bowl. Mix with the ground almonds. Then make a well in the bowl and add the eggs. Whisk the eggs with a fork. Use your hands to pull in the dry ingredients with the eggs. It should be loose and wet. Transfer to a baking sheet with baking paper and form a rectangle base. Bake in the middle rack for 25-30 minutes. Let cool.