Grissinis, also known as breadsticks, originated from Turin, Italy, but are now served in many restaurants in North America. You can now also find these in supermarkets either pre-made or frozen, however they’re not nearly as good as fresh grissinis. Homemade Dough That’s Totally Gluten-Free It’s not just individuals with Celiac disease who can’t tolerate…
These paleo garlic knots are made with a dough that uses great gluten-free ingredients and comes topped with fresh garlic, parsley, and olive oil.
This recipe is just one of many ways that you can enjoy your own homemade gluten-free garlic bread using all natural healthy ingredients.
Cauliflower toast may sound a little strange, but after you try it, you’ll see that it’s a perfect paleo-friendly replacement for bread.
Sandwiches aren’t often touted as a healthy meal choice, but they totally can be! A good paleo “bread” can be a great vehicle for healthy fillings like meats and veggies, so you shouldn’t feel guilty about enjoying one. Try some of these paleo sandwich breads!
I have to admit that soft pretzels are a particular vice of mine. I love them hot and chewy with cinnamon coconut sugar and plenty of butter. Of course, I love them paleo style! No matter what array of ingredients you have available to you, there’s likely a paleo soft pretzel recipe here to appeal to your taste buds.
This low carb paleo cloud bread recipe is soft and chewy and oh so good when it’s fresh out of the oven. It’s also ideal for anybody who is sensitive to gluten, making this cloud bread something that everyone can enjoy and use.
This is my absolute favorite way to make Paleo banana bread! The double chocolate banana bread stays fresh for several days – if you can abstain from eating the entire loaf in one sitting (oh, I’m always tempted!)
It was in England that I fell in love with freshly baked Naan bread or better yet: Garlic Naan. Even though I always find it odd to have a rice, potato or pasta dish accompanied by bread, I never once question the need for Naan!