5 Min Perfect Paleo Sandwich Bread


5 Min Perfect Paleo Sandwich Bread
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Perfect paleo sandwich bread. Toastable. Sandwichable. Low carb. Grain free. Yeast free. Light. Fluffy. Awesome crust. And YUMMY!!!ย 

5 Minute Perfect paleo sandwich bread. Toastable. Sandwichable. Low carb. Grain free. Yeast free. Light. Fluffy. Awesome crust. Paleo bread recipe. Fluffy sandwich bread recipe. Best gluten free sandwich bread. Best paleo bread. Best paleo sandwich bread. Homemade bread. Best soft and fluffy gluten free sandwich bread. Toastable. Light and fluffy. Easy gluten free bread recipes. best paleo sandwich bread recipes. Easy paleo bread recipes.
5 Minute Perfect paleo sandwich bread. Toastable. Sandwichable. Low carb. Grain free. Yeast free. Light. Fluffy. Awesome crust. Paleo bread recipe. Fluffy sandwich bread recipe. Best gluten free sandwich bread. Best paleo bread. Best paleo sandwich bread. Homemade bread.
soft, fluffyย sandwich bread

Some days are just meant for bread.ย Who’s with me? When I first started paleo, the discovery that I could make bread without grains was THE BEST THING EVER!!!ย  Celebration๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ๐ŸŽ‰ย 

That first loaf I made looked like nothing other than a pan of soggy nut flour. I’m serious. That was back when people looked at you with blank stares when you told them what paleo was and finding a bread recipe without grains on the internet was a lifelong mission. Thankfully,ย my grain free breads have come a long way since that first experimental day of paleo bread.

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Now, I present you with my new favorite paleo sandwich bread! It’s soft, light, fluffy, toastable, and sandwichable. Trust me, I did it all. Toasted it. Made sandwiches. Ate it with “butter”. Pretty much anything that involved a good slice of bread ๐Ÿ™‚ Oh ya, and I even ate it frozen out of the freezerย ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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I love the simplicity of this bread. It only takes a few ingredients, a few minutes, and then it’s in the oven.

I have made this loaf with a simple blend ofย almond flourย and psyllium husk powder. The simple blend of ingredients really makes it an easy loaf to prepare… which you know I am all for ๐Ÿ˜‰

5 Minute Perfect paleo sandwich bread. Toastable. Sandwichable. Low carb. Grain free. Yeast free. Light. Fluffy. Awesome crust. Paleo bread recipe. Fluffy sandwich bread recipe. Best gluten free sandwich bread. Best paleo bread. Best paleo sandwich bread. Homemade bread.
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5 Min Perfect Paleo Sandwich Bread
Perfect paleo sandwich bread. Toastable. Sandwichable. Low carb. Grain free. Yeast free. Light. Fluffy. Awesome crust. And YUMMY!!!
Ingredients
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Cook Time 30 minutes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
slices
Course Side Dish
Votes: 16
Rating: 4
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Cook Time 30 minutes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
slices
Course Side Dish
Votes: 16
Rating: 4
You:
Rate this recipe!
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400F. Line a standard 4.5" by 8.5" bread pan with parchment paper.
  2. Combine all the ingredients together in a food processor (or by hand). Blend until the batter becomes smooth.
  3. Pour that bread dough into the loaf pan and cook on 400F for 30 minutes until golden brown on top.
Nutrition Facts
5 Min Perfect Paleo Sandwich Bread
Amount Per Serving
Calories 253 Calories from Fat 189
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 21g 32%
Saturated Fat 6g 30%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.4g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Cholesterol 62mg 21%
Sodium 266mg 11%
Potassium 20mg 1%
Total Carbohydrates 11g 4%
Dietary Fiber 6g 24%
Sugars 2g
Protein 8g 16%
Vitamin A 1%
Vitamin C 0.2%
Calcium 12%
Iron 8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
5 Minute Perfect paleo sandwich bread. Toastable. Sandwichable. Low carb. Grain free. Yeast free. Light. Fluffy. Awesome crust. Paleo bread recipe. Fluffy sandwich bread recipe. Best gluten free sandwich bread. Best paleo bread. Best paleo sandwich bread. Homemade bread.



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  1. 13
    Fernando

    May I instead of almond flour use other gluten free flour? Any suggestion? Thanks. Here in Brazil we don’t have apple sauce, so may I sub for mashed bananas? Thanks again.

    • 14
      Kaylie Johnson

      Hi Fernando, Yes- you can totally sub for mashed banana. As far as flour- I haven’t tried anything, so I cannot say for sure, but a gluten free flour blend may work. You can try almond flour. Let me know how it turns out! ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy cooking.

  2. 17
    Maria

    No, not clumpy just a little denser than the picture posted. Also, I only put 2 Tbsp of psyllium husk (that’s all I had). I will try it again.

  3. 23
    Jessy

    Could you replace the husk with arrowroot?
    Also I’m new at this wheat free baking, and I don’t like rice flour, too grainy. I’ve been working on a bread recipe of my own. Any suggestions on getting it to fluff up? The bread is nice and moist. Has good flavor. It’s just sometimes it comes out dense. I’m not using any yeast, and the dough reminds me of a quick bread. No need to kneed.

    • 24
      Kaylie Johnson

      Hi Jessy, I think you can exchange the husk for arrowroot- you will need to use more and I am not sure exactly how it will turn out, because I haven’t tried it myself. Mine turns out really fluffy, so I am not sure why your’s was coming out dense…. Hmmm, you could try adding a little bit of cream of tarter and see if that helps?

      • 25
        Karen

        For fluffing it up, could she try beating the eggs for 2-3 min until pale and foamy? I’ve done that with paleo banana but the banana bread recipe didn’t have psyllium husk. I’m excited to try this recipe! I’m always in need of a good bread replacement! Thanks for sharing.

        • 26
          Kaylie Johnson

          Hi Karen, I don’t beat the eggs before mixing- everything just goes in together! I am going to do some trouble-shooting on this recipe for those having issues with it- I haven’t bumped into any problems and I’ve been making it for years, so I’m going to see if I can figure it out! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. 29
    Desiree

    I’m new to paleo and I’m wondering where all the fat comes from? It says 21g but the list below it doesn’t add up to that . . . I was also wondering how almond flour is considered paleo if nuts and seeds are out from what most sites say? Or are certain nuts or versions of them ok?

    • 30
      Kaylie Johnson

      Hi Desiree, nuts are totally paleo! Not sure where you read that… almonds are totally paleo and that is where a lot of the fat comes from. Its all burned as energy though instead of stored as fat!

      • 31
        Desiree

        Thank you – saw that on the paleo leap page – they said that nut flours should be considered a “treat” so can I eat the bread like regular bread? I usually have a sandwich for lunch . . . or do I need to cut back to every other day? Another question – almond flour is really expensive where I am (have to look online still) but coconut flour isn’t. Can flours be used interchangeably or do they each have a particular purpose/texture/density that I would have to use the almond flour. So expensive to eat healthy! But I’m borderline diabetic so I need to make a lifestyle change that limits counting (because when I count by body decides it’s starving lol). Thank you for getting back so quickly too!

        • 32
          Kaylie Johnson

          Hi Desiree, I don’t think eating bread and baked goods is good everyday… not a rule, I’d just rather have more veggies and meat than that, but sandwiches a couple days a week won’t hurt. Almond flour cannot be exchanged for coconut flour in this recipe. Each flour has a different texture and reacts differently in baking. Tigernut flour or cashew flour may work in this one… haven’t tried it yet though. Coconut flour absorbs a lot more water and is more dry and crumbly than almond. I get my almond flour from Anthony’s Goods- you can find it on Amazon. ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope that helps! Best of luck on your paleo adventure!!!

          • 33
            Desiree

            Exactly what I found and planned to order! Thank you. Not used to this diet and it’s a HUGE change for me so I’m slowly heading in the right direction, cutting one thing at a time. Hope that eventually I won’t even notice and that our new garden will keep me busy and full. I have a 3 year old and 1 year old that won’t even notice but my husband and I are going to struggle a little. He has already said he isn’t giving up certain things (like coffee) but most of them won’t bother me. Thank you so much for your time and patience!

          • 34
            Kaylie Johnson

            Oh so happy for your start on this journey! Also, the wonderful things about paleo is that I don’t miss anything that I used to eat! I can re-create any of my cravings- I am sure you are going to love it! I’m here for ya ๐Ÿ™‚ BLessings ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. 35
    Joanna

    I just made this….it did not pour…but felt more like good old bread dough…I shaped it into a loaf and baked it in a pan…. mine ended up darker and denser than yours as well. Maybe I needed more liquid….idk, I measured everything

  6. 36
    Cara K.

    Hello! I just made the sandwich bread and I love it! It turned out better than I expected and am looking forward to not having to eat wheat bread again! A couple questions.. .
    – how long does a loaf stay good for usually
    – how do you store it…counter, fridge etc.
    – do they keep well in the freezer? I am thinking I’ll make batches and freeze them ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks a lot!

  7. 37
    Michelle :)

    curious what you think may have happened—bread tastes yummy!! but it did not rise(its about 2 inches thick is all) and its also kinda grayish purple in color. Followed recipe exactly to a “T”…

  8. 39
    Desiree C

    Hi. I’m keen to try this recipe but am wondering what I could sub the apple sauce with that ISN’T going to add sweetness? What is the role of the sauce – purely just for sweetness or binding etc as well? I live in NZ and we don’t do sweet bread here ๐Ÿ˜‰ Unless it’s a fruit loaf etc. Thanks ๐Ÿ˜

  9. 42
    Terri

    Wondering if the coconut oil is melted or solid when measured and added?
    I can’t wait to make this!! Looks amazing!! Thank you!! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

  10. 44
    Jillian

    I just made this and it was first time making Paleo Bread but it was little too sweet (from the apples) and was gritty like sand. Do you think that would have been from the Salt or the Pyslium Husk? (I used table salt)

  11. 45
    JESSICA M SMITH

    Just made a loaf , love it. I just used gluten free all purpose flour instead of almond, omitted the psyllium husk powder, and my coconut oil was melted already because of room temp. Came out wonderful will be making again. ๐Ÿ™‚ My 16 year old daughter loved it too.

  12. 47
    Sandy Johnson

    I noticed that a slice of this bread is 253 calories? So if I make a sandwich to take to work, that will be 506 calories plus whatever is in the sandwich? I’m only allowed 1200 calories per day, so that is not helpful to me!!!!!

  13. 49
    Wendy Ledet

    I have lost 25 pounds converting to the paleo lifestyle about 2 months ago. I eat 5 times a day .Don’t count calories. I am no longer diabetic . Blood pressure down . Thank You for allowing us to have your recipes.

  14. 51
    Marj Redcliff

    I have been reading all of these comments and I just found this recipe for bread something I have been missing since I decided to go paleo. I can’t wait to try it. With bread maybe I can get my diabetic husband to join me

  15. 52
    Elaine

    I am sucrose intolerant and eat no fruit, especially apples or apple sauce. I tweaked your recipe with a half cup of pumpkin puree and a half cup of shredded zucchini and it came out moist and delicious! Thanks! Enjoying very much.

  16. 53
    Carrie Anderson

    My bread isn’t rising. Do you know what may have happened? I did use 3 LG eggs instead of 4 Med… maybe that’s what happened?

  17. 58
    Cassandra

    You never mention when using coconut oil wether or not if the cocnut oil is suppose to be melted or not !! Please add that to your recipes as that is a very important factor ! Thank you

  18. 64
    Elise

    Love it! Best Paleo recipe and closes to regular bread I have made so far. It came out really good, moist and tasty! Doubled up the recipe to make a good size loaf.

  19. 67
    Julia

    Hi, mine also turned a purple/grey colour and didn’t rise. It tastes good but I can’t used it like bread.. any suggestions why it didn’t rise?

  20. 69
    Mou

    Almost got it perfectly on the first shot. Got it out after a little over 30 min in the oven, golden brown, niiiice looking. But when I cup it, it wasn’t cooked through in the middle. Still : very easy recipe to make ! I am impressed !

  21. 70
    Peggy Routt

    I made a loaf of bread yesterday and when I made this recipe it was only at like an inch and a half top it was flat do you know what I did wrong

  22. 73
    Maria

    Hi, can I substitute the almond flour with Cassava flour? I love your 5 min paleo burger buns but would love to make a nut free sandwich loaf!

  23. 75
    Sarah

    Do you recommend any other type of flour other than almond? It really makes my stomach hurt. I have a blend of potato starch, tapioca flour, brown rice flour, etc., but I know those are pretty carb heavy.

  24. 77
    Chana

    Delicious and so easy to prepare!!! I love this bread as a sweeter option. Im really not sure why it was so sweet? How wld u modify it to be more savory?

  25. 78
    Chana

    Delicious and so easy to prepare! I love this bread as a sweeter option. I really donโ€™t know why the bread was so sweet there wasnโ€™t even any sugar in it. Whatโ€™s a good way to modify this recipe to make it more savory.?

  26. 80
    Laura

    Gereetings to you, Kaylie
    You are so sweet, an angel really, your answers to Desiree (above) was so great and so helpful. I can hardly wait to try your recipe. Thank you so much!

  27. 81
    Matti

    Hey! I just tried this recipe and I followed it exactly, but the result came out sort of dense and soggy, and itโ€™s this strange grayish brown color. Basically it doesnโ€™t look anything like your photos. Trying to figure out whatโ€™s wrong with it? I want to show pictures of it, but I donโ€™t know how

  28. 83
    Matt

    Kaylie, can we use a 3.5″ by 5″ pan? Or must we use the 4.5″ by 8.5″ size pan?
    Also, can we sub coconut oil to line the pan instead of parchment paper? Just wonderin’, thanks!
    Love your site! I would love to read more about your personal testimony for Jesus! “Oh, what a wonderful Savior!”

  29. 85
    Jessica Crecco

    Made this yesterday as prescribed and it is very good. My son is sooooo happy to have bread for sandwiches at lunch. Would definitely recommend it.

  30. 87
    Emily

    Hi! Iโ€™ve made this bread twice now with no substations but for some reason it keeps coming out half as tall as the picture is yours. It tastes amazing and looks beautiful but I canโ€™t figure out why itโ€™s so short! It seems like I need to double the recipe, what do you think? Also, when I pour it into the loaf pan (same size you suggest) it doesnโ€™t fill it up very much so I would be surprised if it did come out as tall as it shows…. I really want a regular sized loaf cause this bread is so tasty!

  31. 88
    Samantha

    How do you get this bread to be taller? I made it and there is no way its tall enough to be for sandwiches. It need to be like twice the height.

  32. 98
    Megan Ramirez

    My kids LOVE this bread. I havenโ€™t tried it yet, but if they love it I know I will too! I do have a question though. My loaf was beautiful when taking it out, but shortly after it fell….did I do something wrong? Should I have left it in for a longer period of time or shorter? Anyhow, other than that it turned out just beautifully, and I canโ€™t wait to taste it myself.

    • 99
      Kaylie

      Hi Megan, it sounds like it could have been under cooked just slightly if it fell after cooking- it will drop a bit after resting, but if it really sunk in then it was probably the cooking time.

  33. 101
    Isabelle

    I’m with you, some days are just meant for bread. This bread was beautiful. Even when cooked in the microwave (our element’s gone) to cook and put under the grill for a crust. I substituted half of the apple sauce for coconut yoghurt, and it still worked. I forgot that Australian tablespoons are bigger than Americans, so it was a little slimy from the psyllium husk, and the very middle hadn’t quite cooked- but you just forget about those :). I had to put half of the loaf in the freezer to stop it from disappearing! My Mum suggested putting the batter in muffin tins for scones. Thanks, Kaylie, we all loved it.

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