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Introducing… Lazy Bones Loaf

Over the years I have noticed that the Oaty Seed Loaf in my second book, WHOLE by Natural Harry was one of the most made recipes. With some lovely people emailing me to tell me they make it weekly, or more. 

I am so proud of that recipe and eat it so regularly myself, one day I decided to make up a few of the dry mix batches for the delicious loaf into jars. Simply so I could save a little time for the next few times I baked the already rediculously easy recipe. 

This worked so well I wanted to find a way to bring it to everyone but how to do this in earth friendly packaging with high quality Australian grown ingredients, like the ones I was picking up from my local bulk wholefoods store. 

2 years later and many 'returnings to the drawing board' it has arrived. I am proud to say that it comes in 100% compostable packaging, the liner is corn starch and the outer is non-bleached paper. Not only are the ingredients Australian grown but each packet is blended, packed and sealed in Melbourne. 

It's not a bad time to have this available too. Having a stack of wholefood oaty seed loaf handy in your pantry is convenient!

After a little over 2 years in development, I am SO excited to introduce you to the LAZY BONES LOAF packet mix. 100% Australian grown ingredients. Plant-based, wholefood, nut free and 5% of sales go to the Foundation for National Parks and wildlife.

Make at home in 5 simple steps:

Crack open the packet and pour the contents into a large bowl (compost your packet!)

1. Add water and a dash of maple syrup and stir well
2. Line a loaf tin with baking paper, add mixture and gently press down.
3. Place in the oven for 30 minutes, flip and bake for a further 40 minutes.
4. Wait to cool, slice, toast, top and enjoy!

I am so proud of this product, based on the oaty seed loaf from my second book WHOLE by Natural Harry.

One packet makes a large, dense and delicious whole oat and seed loaf, and I mean whole in the true sense of the word. No flours, no waiting for dough to rise, no yeast or refined oil. You can also make it into rolls by baking individual buns. I like to slice mine and store them in the freezer so that I always have some on hand.

100% Compostable packet (yes, not just biodegradable but compostable too!).
100% Australian grown ingredients, *organic where possible.
Blended and packed in Melbourne, Australia
Nut free 
5% of sales go to the Foundation for National parks and wildlife Australia

2 thoughts on “Introducing… Lazy Bones Loaf

  1. Julie Madin says:

    Hi Harriet, Is this mix gluten free?

    1. Harry says:

      Hi Julie,

      It has Australian Grown organic oats in it!

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