{Giveaway} Baker´s Delight Cape Seed Loaf

miso and avocado toast

It is hard for me get excited about sliced bread. I mean commercially baked breads have had a lot of bad reputation – eg: using bleached flour and additives etc. Lately though, it seems that there is some real effort from to make our bread healthier. I remember the recent chia bread craze from Baker´s Delight. And now they have a new product out – Cape Seed Loaf.

From their own words:

“There are over nine grains and seeds that go into Bakers Delight Cape Seed loaf including soy and linseed, poppy seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, rye, barley, oats and mung beans”

I´m an advocate of simple bread so these additions don´t attract me much. But taste-wise, the bread is not bad. Eating fresh on the day, it has quite lovely texture from the seeds and the bread itself. All in all, better than average loaf :D.

Oh, and I really really love miso and avocado on toast! Can´t recommend this combo enough. Or if you feel a bit creative, cut of the crust, flatten the slice of bread and bake it in muffin tin to make easy mini crust. I filled mine with chili tuna and corn.

tuna in bread case


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ANYWAY, HERE IS THE GIVEAWAY PART!

Sorry, this is for Australian residents only.

Bakers Delight is giving away 9 Cape Seed Loaf to 9 lucky readers of this blog. If you are interested, please drop me an email at anhnguyen118[at]gmail[dot]com with the subject line ‘Baker Delight Giveaway’. The first 9 emails will receive the vouchers :).

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14 Responses to {Giveaway} Baker´s Delight Cape Seed Loaf

  1. Monet says:

    I wish I was living in Australia! I'm going to take your advice and try your miso and avocado on my bread tomorrow…it sounds great!

  2. Faith says:

    The bread sounds fantastic Anh! I also make mini crusts in muffin tins, aren't they cute?! I fill mine with eggs for a breakfast treat but I love your idea of filling them with tuna!

  3. Deeba PAB says:

    Oh dear, I wish I lived Down Under! I love what you did with the bread … those mini crusts are calling my name! Does sound like an abs fab bread! WOW!!

  4. Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets says:

    Love the curves of the avocado slices, Anh. I definitely would want to eat this healthy snack!

  5. Little Corner of Mine says:

    I like this chili tuna with corn bread cup! What a great appetizer it would make. How long and at what temperature did you bake it for?

  6. Anh says:

    Little Corner of Mine, I baked for around 10 mins in 190C oven. Just keep an eye on it while baking though :)

  7. Prerna@IndianSimmer says:

    What a gorgeous space you have here! I'm so glad you found me and hence I got introduced to your lovely work :-)

  8. Peter G @ Souvlaki For The Soul says:

    I love cape seed loaf from Baker's Delight…I buy it when I want to feel a little "healthier". Thanks for sharing these recipe idea—those mini tarts look so cute Anh!

  9. hyperwink@gmail.com says:

    This is such a great idea! Do you bake it with the filling in it?

  10. Anh says:

    hyperwink, I baked the crust first, then added the filling later. But you can also add dry filling with cheese on top and bake it together with the crust.

  11. bake in paris says:

    So generous of you!! Love the loaf-turn-into-muffin, a creative you to serve bread..

  12. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed says:

    I love BD's cape seed loaf. It is so soft and delicious. Super nutritious too :) What a great giveaway!

  13. Megan says:

    Capeseed is delicious! (But not new – I used to sell it when I worked at a BD as a teenager, more than ten years ago now!) My only concern is that they use caramel colouring to get the loaf so brown… I wish they'd just add even more seeds and grains and gritty bits. ;)

  14. Anonymous says:

    Baker's Delight has a Canadian chain named Cobs Bread.

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