Flour-Free Tahini Bread

My cousin in-law, who is Jewish and a stellar hostess, made me this bread for the first time in Brooklyn, New York.

I was surprised at how good it tasted.

Fast forward a couple years and me thinking fun and healthy recipes for my three year old… cue tahini bread. She absolutely loves this new addition to our typical soft boiled egg breakfast.

*** The brand of tahini is crucial. Please check out my link in Amazon to the brand I recommend >>>LINK<<<. Normal tahini in America does not work because it is not creamy enough.

*** Update to this recipe. My Russian Mother-in-law taught me a secret for the baking soda. Dissolve the baking soda with some apple cider vinegar before adding it to the mixing bowl.

***Update to this recipe. I have found that making a smaller batch creates a better consistency of the bread. You can make this bread in a small bread loaf pan which creates a bread loaf.

***We have also found that pouring the liquid over an entire cookie sheet makes a flatbread with a really nice texture (see the pic above).

We usually make a double batch of the below ingredients BUT have found that the bread turns out better making 2 batches and dividing onto 2 cookie sheets or bread pans rather than doubling the size.


  • Tahini 6 tablespoons
  • Honey 1 tablespoons
  • Eggs 4
  • Baking Soda 1 teaspoon (dissolved in ACV)
  • Salt
  • Olive Oil or Ghee or Grass Fed Butter (for dipping)
  • Fresh Rosemary sprinkled before putting in the oven


Preheat the oven to 180 Celsius or 350 Fahrenheit.

Mix all the ingredients at the same time in a bowl (baking soda first dissolved in bowl).

*** TIP: My Russian mother-in-law showed me that if we add a touch of vinegar (ACV) to the baking soda and let it bubble and fizz, before adding it to the bowl, that it takes the baking soda taste out of the bread. It works!

Grease the bread pan or silicon bakeware with the above oil of your choice. Or use a paper baking sheet.

Bake in oven for 10 minutes or until fork pokes through clean.

*** The quality of tahini matters. This recipe needs tahini unlike the typical American tahini.

We buy our tahini in the USA on Amazon, you can find them on my Amazon toppings list >>>LINK<<<.

*** For those of you using less to no sugar, this recipe needs at least one tablespoon of honey. Without it the texture and bitterness of the bread is less than yummy. (I use 1 tablespoon for a double batch.)

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