These authentic paleo bread rolls are grain free, warm and yeasty. Perfectly soft on the inside and covered in a crunchy crust. These grain free and paleo rolls are incredibly delicious and easy to make!
Can I just say that I am falling in love with these grain free bread rolls. If someone would have told me three years ago that I would be creating a recipe for grain free bread rolls, it would have blown my mind. This adventure of eating paleo has opened me up to a whole new and beautiful world. I can’t say that I’m missing much. Especially, with these rolls in my hand.
I’m doing all sorts of happy dances around the kitchen today. These babies are reason to celebrate! Gone are the days where I believed I was doomed to a diet of carrots and lettuce. Eating paleo has taught me so much! Even now as I begin to introduce new food groups into my diet, I still come back to my love of Paleo. It’s rich flavors and dense nutrients make eating paleo a joy!
BREAD WITH CASSAVA FLOUR
This bread recipe is made with cassava flour. If you’ve never heard of it and you’re like, “what’s the heck is cassava flour or what makes it different than tapioca?” I hope I can help answer those questions. Cassava is the starchy root of a tropical tree that is grown in over 90 countries. It is used as a main food group in Africa, Asia, and South America. I have friends in Africa who live off this stuff!
How is cassava different than tapioca? Tapioca flour is made from cassava root. A fully developed cassava root is harvested and processed it to remove toxins. Then the starch is extracted from the root through a process of washing and pulping. All the excess liquid is then extracted from the remaining starch. The end result is the remaining starch, known as tapioca flour.
Cassava flour is made from the whole root of the cassava. The cassava root is peeled first, then dried before it is ground into flour. Therefore, cassava flour is a whole food still containing all it’s nutrients, enzymes, and fiber. Cassava flour is an easy to digest starch and paleo approved! Keeping the pantry stocked with a bag of this amazing four is always a good idea!
Anthony’s cassava flour is my favorite (and affordable!) brand. Order cassava flour here.
Cassava flour cannot be substituted in this recipe for another type of four.