PALEO BREAD

I have a few paleo bread recipes but this one is the most versatile. Unlike my Sweet Potato and Zucchini Paleo Bread (which are also delicious), this bread has a neutral flavour, so you can serve it with whatever you like. It can be savoury, served as a sandwich for example, or sweet like french toast. It is also nice warm, right out of the oven with grass-fed butter and maybe even some homemade jam or nut butter. It’s super quick and easy to prepare and freezes well! Paleo Bread

 

Ingredients 

1 1/2 cups organic blanched almond flour

3/4 cup organic arrowroot flour

1 tsp organic baking soda

1/2 tsp himalayan salt

2 tbsp organic grass-fed milk or coconut milk

2 tbsp organic virgin coconut oil, melted

3 organic eggs from pastured hens, whisked

Method

1) Preheat the oven to 160 °C (325 F) Grease a small bread tin using butter or coconut oil
2) Combine all the dry ingredients into a small mixing bowl
3) Add the eggs, milk and coconut oil and mix until well combined
4) Pour mixture into the bread tin and bake for 25-30n minutes, or until the top turns a light golden colour
5) Let the bread cool for 10 minutes before slicing

 

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9 Responses

  1. Kathrin says:

    When you say pour the mixture, do you mean it is a liquid? If I combine all ingredients, it is more like a dough and I had to add extra milk, otherwise it is hard to mix. Is it really 3/4 cup of arrowroot? Thanks so much, I love all your recipes 🙂

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Kathrin,

      The mixture will be a little thicker than the consistency of a cake. It’s fine to add a little extra milk if required. How did it turn out once baked?

  2. Kathrin says:

    Hello there, thank you for your fast reply. The bread tastes so yummy, but it did not raise, however I used baking powder instead of baking soda. Does that make a difference? I could only find backing powder here in Germany 🙂
    I purchased your book, which I LOVE (you speak my mind in ever word you write), you mention that eating bread is not the best, however, if I buy local organic bread, which would you suggest? I have a selection of spelt or rye. They don’t add anything else, such as sugars etc. I just love bread too much to completely give it up. Thank you again for all your great advice and recipes!

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Kathrin,

      The paleo bread won’t rise as much as the average loaf of bread- yes the soda will probably help it to rise a little more though. I am pleased that you enjoyed the read, it is so nice to hear the lovely things you have to say about my book. As far as eating bread goes- no I don’t really eat it and I avoid gluten as much as I can. I am gluten sensitive and can feel bloated and have headaches after eating it. In saying this, some sourdough breads I can tolerate but the main reason I avoid bread is because it does not provide me with as much nutrients as a food source higher in fat or protein does. Bread is high in carbohydrates so I find eating foods higher in fat and protein, such as pastured animal produce, nuts and coconut oil etc sustain me for longer and are much more nutritious. So a tip from me if you do want to eat bread is to make sure you eat it with food high in fat such as grass-fed butter or cheese, nut butter or avocado. I also strongly suggest only consuming a sourdough or sprouted bread made with an ancient grain such as amaranth, millet, spelt etc. This way the mineral binding phytic acid has been eliminated via the soaking and fermenting process. Ask the baker if the sourdough has been left out for at least 8 hours before it was baked, this is a true sourdough.

      I am glad that you are enjoying the recipes s much 🙂

      • Kathrin says:

        Thank you so much for the great post, I really appreciate all your advice. I just connect to you and your life philosophy. I think I might just give up bread altogether, and find something else that I enjoy. I eat a lot of raw almonds (maybe too much :)), cheese, coconut oil, anything with lots of fat as you write in your book. I have several questions though how to improve my eating. I used to eat, in my opinion, too one sided… Lots of raw kale and spinach and I developed 6 kidney stones in one year while I was pregnant. I think it was the high content of oxolte. However, I know you are on a trip right now, so I was wondering if you are still offering the personalized diet planning for purchase online 🙂 I would love to do that with you 🙂 thanks again for everything. I am looking forward to hearing from you, Kathrin

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