One thing many paleo eaters crave at some point in time is a nice, soft, fluffy, slightly chewy dinner roll. The tricky thing here is texture, which means there’s a blurry line between biscuits and rolls. But all of these paleo roll recipes are delicious, and you’re sure to find one that works for your needs! Read more
Everyone loves flatbread—it’s a breakfast, a snack, a pizza crust, and so much more. Check out these amazing paleo flatbread recipes, including both sweet and savory versions.
Looking for a new Paleo bread to go with your soups, stews, curries, and salads? Naan is a great choice. It’s easy – and quick! – to make and you can use it in so many ways – dunk it in your soup, scoop up chunks of meat and vegetables in thicker stews and curries, or even use it like you might use a pita and make a sandwich. However you decide to use it, fresh-baked naan will be a great addition to your Paleo cookbook! Read more
If there’s one thing I missed when I started eating Paleo it was bread. I missed toast in the morning, slathered with butter and jam. I missed sandwiches stuffed with meat and cheese at lunch. I missed having a roll with a bowl of soup at dinner. There was no two ways about it: bread broke my heart. Read more
Dive into a slice of my gluten free garlic bread and you’ll see that it’s just the add-on to pasta dishes and other meals. It has rich, garlic flavor with no grains used at all. Read more
Basic banana bread gets an extra crunch from the addition of chopped walnuts in this easy recipe. Besides being a good way to use up leftover bananas, banana bread is a delicious treat to have on hand for breakfast with a cup of coffee, or for an afternoon snack. Read more
One of the benefits of Paleo bread is that you do not have to knead the dough or even wait for the bread to rise. You simply mix all of the ingredients together and, within half an hour, have a loaf ready to go. Out of the oven comes grain-free, dairy-free, and even yeast-free bread for making that BLT or morning French toast. Read more