Gluten free, grain free, nut free, no yeast, easy, healthy, paleo bagel recipe. Best easy to make paleo bagels that taste “real”! You wont even know they don’t have grains- because they taste and look like the real thing!
I can’t believe this day has arrived!
I mean, I dreamed of it.
But it’s really here now.
So much excitement around these little packages of joy.
Having gone without grains for years, biting into a paleo bagel is somewhat of a highlight.
These soft paleo bagels are slightly chewy.
Just the way I like them.
But they are also light and hearty at the same time.
The light flavor of these bagels is mixed with a slight sweetness.
First of all, topping one of these bagels off with a spread of fresh sliced tomatoes and a fried egg.
Well, it’s pretty much a dream dream true.
And to top it off, these bagels are huge!
While having a paleo bagel is awesome…
Having a paleo bagel that is larger than my hand is ever more awesome:)
I thought making bagels was going to be a huge endeavor.
As it turns out, these bagels are really easy to make!
I feel like l’ve been in a summery mood all week.
Because, all I want to do is lay around at the lake or in the pool.
Staying cool has been the first thing on my agenda.
And then comes work.
This is the beauty of making my own schedule:)
I have been squeezing in a few hours of work in the morning before it gets to hot.
As a result of taking a break in the afternoons, my evenings are set aside for more work.
Because paleo people need bagels too, this recipe was a must.
I’ve been itching to get this recipe up all week.
I couldn’t wait to share these bagels.
Bagels With Cassava 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!
Cassava flour cannot be substituted in this recipe for another type of four- find it here.