Healthy Eats: Crispy Bread

Texture is everything for some people; if you’re one of those people then Crispy Bread is just right for you! Crunchy, salty, satisfying, and easy to make are the descriptive words I’d use to explain this healthy treat. Crispy Bread is a perfect carbohydrate ready to compliment your protein, veg/fruit, and fat. It’s easy to take with you, stores nicely in the refrigerator and lasts up to a few weeks.


1 Cup of Old Fashioned Oats

2/3 Cup Rye Flour

1 1/4 Cup Water

1/4 Cup Chia Seeds

1/4 Cup Pepitas

1/4 Cup Sunflower Seeds

1 tsp Salt

To Prepare the Crispy Bread:

Combine the oats and water and allow to swell for about an hour. Preheat your oven to 325 degrees. After the oats and water have sat add in the rye flour, Chia seeds, Pepitas, sunflower seeds and salt. Spread into a thin layer on a parchment lined baking sheet.

Bake for 15 minutes then use a knife to score into 10 pieces. Bake for an additional 45 minutes. Then flip the parchment over onto a new sheet, take the old one off and allow the opposite side to sit in the oven once it has been turned off for an additional 30 minutes. Break the pieces on the score lines and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Each serving (10 servings) of Crispy Bread has 120 calories, 4 g of fat, 5 g of protein, and 18 g of carbohydrates.

We have so many healthy recipes to choose from.  They are all created and tested by us! Try our other tasty healthy EATS by clicking here.

*The exact portions will vary per person. Contact us for more details on your portions and macronutrient breakdown per meal/per day! There is no need to guess at how you should eat – let us help you eat right for your body type and goals!

Healthy Eats: Dijon Parmesan Broiled Fish

Fish is such a healthy protein choice. It has many health benefits and includes several important nutrients like Vitamin D and Omega-3 fatty acids. Eating fish on a regular basis has been shown to lower your risk of heart attacks and strokes, protect the brain from age related deterioration, reduce the risk of diabetes, protect your vision, and improve your sleep quality. It also tastes great, is usually low in fat, cholesterol and calories, and it can be prepared in a variety of ways! For the Dijon Parmesan Broiled Fish, we used Mahi Mahi and Porgy; howerver, any white fish will work nicely with this recipe.

To prepare, blot your fresh or defrosted fish dry with paper towel. Place your fish on a tinfoil lined baking sheet. Use a spoon to spread a thin layer of Dijon mustard onto the fish. Sprinkle with dried basil, parsley, garlic powder and pepper. Top with shredded Parmesan cheese. Broil the fish on high for 10-12 minutes depending on thickness. Squeeze a fresh lemon on the Dijon Parmesan Broiled Fish before serving. This dish pairs nicely with roasted green beans & cherry tomatoes and white rice.

We have an entire index of healthy homemade creations. Check out more of our recipes here.

*The exact portions will vary per person. Contact us for more details on your portions and macronutrient breakdown per meal/per day!