First of all, Paleo bread is the glue to the paleo diet. Because, it’s what makes eating a grain free life possible, in my opinion. Since 2011, I have been on a strict no grains, no dairy, no refined sugar diet. So, eating a slice of paleo bread from time to time is what makes really living possible. Thankfully, I don’t crave wheat breads, desserts, and other things that I used to eat. And it’s all because, I have the option to eat whatever I want grain free! In addition, making paleo bread has to be one of the best things ever!
Furthermore, eating a slice of bread and knowing it’s really good for you and will fuel and nourish your body, is just a bonus to the amazing flavor. And so, today I have rounded up 25 of the best paleo bread recipe from around the web. All because, I want to share the flavor and deliciousness in grain free cooking. Finally, please enjoy these scrumptious breads and comment with your favorite!
As such, if your goal is to bake up a carbon-copy substitution for the big yeasty, almost overly fluffy loaf from a grocery store, then you might need to adjust your expectations. What you WILL find here though, is a wonderfully flavorful, slightly tangy loaf with all the body and substance of a traditional quick-bread. You’ll find this bread to be very reminiscent of those “old world” artisan sourdoughs that surely won’t disappoint. Artisan breads have a density that lends themselves well to dipping, toasting, grilling and over all sinking your teeth into!
So, I started over from scratch, and now it is: it’s more moist, lighter (but still dense), sweeter, and – most importantly – lemonier. And I mean bursting with lemon flavor. It’s also topped with a thick layer of frosting, rather than a thin, running glaze, which is my personal preference.
So, no matter who you are, you’ll love this bread. With the instant, rapid rise yeast and quick prep, my grain free french bread will satisfy everyone, including the cook! It won’t take much extra time since it does not require extra time to rise. From start to eat – it takes about an hour!
I am excited about this recipe for Paleo Sandwich Bread because even though it is completely grain and gluten free, it tastes amazing and the consistency is moist and soft just like the sandwich breads we were used to before changing our diet. In my opinion though, there is also a tiny hint of sweetness to it and this is due to the almond flour being sweeter than grain wheat flour.
This bread is a hearty bread and reminds me of that amazing brown bread at the Cheesecake Factory. I love to toast a slice and spread butter over it with my morning eggs and cup of coffee. The best part is, well to me at least, is there is no added sugar but the chestnut flour makes the bread somewhat sweet. Well, I did dust the top with a bit of maple sugar because it gives the best crusty outer texture that I love in a good loaf of bread.
Get ready to bite into a super soft slice of sandwich bread. Made without grains, of course! This loaf of gluten free bread is made in 5 minutes and then it’s in the oven! Plus, it tastes like legit sandwich bread. Grain free, dairy free, and healthy- this bread loaf will disappear fast.
This past week I was getting ready to celebrate Passove. I shared two of my favorites: Nanny’s Meatballs and Chocolate Chip Coconut Macaroons. Now, even though we still celebrate this evening, I’m ready to move my April festiveness along and get ready for Easter. I’m thinking an easter Sunday brunch with this perfectly moist, and of course grain-free, Carrot Cake Loaf is a must. Best part? It’s easy to throw together! You simply need one bowl; no mixer, nothing fancy.
Everyone has a banana bread recipe that they swear is ‘the best ever’ and it might be true.
This one’s different.
Not only because it’s paleo, gluten-free, and grain-free — but because it has to be the most moist, tender, and flavorful banana bread there is.
Coconut flour and banana give this banana bread a fresh and delicious flavor, and they’re sweet enough that you don’t need to add a ton of sweetener. I mean, just one tablespoon of honey, are you kidding me?
It does taste a lot of banana and chocolate. If you like ‘em together, you have to try this recipe.
You have to, it’s (almost) mandatory.
I’ve been thinking about bringing paleo-friendly bread and rolls to LCK for some time now. But I knew before I did that I needed to make sure they fit specific criteria. They need the right flavor and fluffy, soft, air-y, bread-like texture. You see, I’ve never bothered buying gluten-free breads in the store. I never thought it was worth it because I always felt they were dense, not the right flavor, etc.
Well, I sure hope this bread round up was helpful. Now, go enjoy a world of grain free living with all the yummy breads! In closing, please be sure to drop a comment and tell us which ones were favorites.