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
Coconut bread can go a long way in helping you overcome any bread cravings that might pop up when you start eating Paleo. Coconut flour makes it so you avoid using wheat or other grains for the base of the bread, and it creates a nice light loaf that you’re sure to enjoy. Paleo is more about finding ways to have the foods you enjoy rather than writing them off entirely. These coconut bread recipes will have you feeling good that you’re on a diet plan rather than loathing it, which is half the battle. Read more
The right combination of almond flour, coconut flour, and eggs has finally come together to bring you Paleo breadsticks. These savory breadsticks have the right texture and depth of flavor from the added basil and oregano. Brush with melted ghee and minced garlic for a sinfully delicious snack that will satisfy any craving for carbs that you may have. Read more
Warm banana bread smothered in ghee or drizzled with honey makes a perfect breakfast or snack for any time of day. This recipe is slightly adapted from the same ingredients of my banana nut muffins recipe, except that I used ghee in the place of coconut oil and added more cinnamon. The end result is an easy and delicious preparation of a classic recipe. Read more
One common lament about those deciding to go on the Paleo diet is having to give up bread. But just because you can’t eat what and grains anymore doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy nice slice of bread or two, just as long as it conforms to the Paleo dietary recommendations. Here is our select list of Paleo-friendly breads that you can use for sandwiches, toast, or just to enjoy on their own. Read more
Zucchini bread is one treat you don’t have to give up on Paleo, you simply have to learn a few recipes that get around the all-purpose flour and added sugar used in traditional recipes. No worries, Paleo cooks have been tinkering around in their respective kitchens and have come up with plenty of ways to get you the classic taste, as well as a few twists that will have you coming back for more. Read more
Bread is not necessarily a no-no on Paleo, you just have to make sure it’s made with no wheat or grains and then you can enjoy it without feeling guilty. One of the yummiest breads out there is pumpkin bread, and we’ve found an assortment of delicious recipes that are all made according to Paleo standards, with no wheat, no dairy, no sugar, and with natural ingredients that are actually good for you.
Did you know that there are several version of Paleo-friendly banana bread you can make? No, really, there are! Many believe that by cutting out grains and wheat from your diet you’ll be giving up a staple of the American diet: bread. But as it turns out there’s plenty of ways to make bread without using the standard ingredients. It just takes a little creativity and a Paleo mindset and you’ll find that you can have many of your favorites, including banana bread.