Best Paleo Bread Recipes
Post by Lucha: World traveler turned culinary student, Lucha will try most food but prefers Indian, Thai and Mexican food above all else. She is currently either cooking, eating, grocery shopping, or browsing recipes on Pinterest.
Bread is one of the hardest things for many people to give up when starting a Paleo diet. Did you know that you can make your own Paleo bread recipes at home?
I’ve compiled this long list of fantastic Paleo bread recipes, so if you’re craving a sandwich or just a slice of toast, look no further. There’s even sourdough bread!
Top 2 Paleo bread recipes
It’s easy to feel like going Paleo means you’ll have to give up sandwiches as the staple of your mid-day meal, but it’s not so! Luckily Adriana at the Living Healthy with Chocolate blog gives us this great sandwich bread recipe (and permission to use her image) so you don’t have to say goodbye to your BLTs! Her first non-sweet bread recipe contains almond flour and flaxseeds for a hearty and healthy alternative to whole wheat bread. While the ingredients list includes butter and yogurt, she also provides us with the alternative substitutes for the non-dairy crowd so we can still get in on this slice of heaven! Whether it’s for lunch or a mid-afternoon on-the-go snack, this recipe is perfect to make on the weekend and store in the fridge for speedy sandwich prep any day of the week.
Oh, how I love the taste of sourdough! It always makes me nostalgic about my visits to San Francisco. Now I can reminisce about the City by the Bay in true Paleo fashion thanks to Urban Poser’s grain-free sourdough. Don’t be discouraged that the ingredients list includes pro-biotic capsules; these are easy enough to find at the health-food store and the key that gives this bread it’s unique taste. The cashew base and few other ingredients make this a simple enough do-it-yourself sourdough that you’ll be proud of! Homemade sourdough AND Paleo-friendly? I never expected it, but alas, here it is!
Ancestral Chef Bread Recipes
Here are two tried and tested Paleo bread recipes from our own website.
Other Great Paleo Bread Recipes
Using three different non-grain flours (almond, coconut, and tapioca), this simple bread recipe is beyond tasty! Even if you’re like Sonia at The Healthy Foodie and you don’t miss grain bread since going Paleo, you can still appreciate it every now and then, especially when it tastes this good.
Nothing brings to mind the warm colors of Autumn like the taste of pumpkin. A bit of banana, almond butter, maple syrup, and dates remind me even more of the holiday season when I eat this yummy pumpkin-flavored Paleo bread!
Paleo blogger Kelly Bejelly really knows her stuff and lucky for us, isn’t shy about sharing her secrets. This Paleo “cornbread” doesn’t even have corn flour, yet you’ll be happy to let the delicious flavors fool you!
Whether it’s a grilled chicken, sloppy joe, or veggie burger on the inside, your hamburger buns will be perfect on the outside with this scrumptious bun recipe (and image), courtesy of Kelly Bejelly at A Girl Worth Saving blog.
This Focaccia style bread is bursting with the aromatic flavors of rosemary and thyme, two of my favorite herbs! And with LSA (linseed, almond and sunflower seeds), your bread won’t be lacking in healthy sources of protein either.
Zucchini is the key ingredient to make this bread savory and moist to perfection.
This sandwich bread is simple enough with a small list of ingredients, but beware the ground golden flax if that item is on your restricted list.
This sandwich bread recipe uses almond flour and tapioca flour for a simple, easy-to-make loaf.
This yummy pumpkin bread is perfect for Autumn or any time of year, as long as you can get coconut palm sugar which is one of the key ingredients!
This recipe lets you customize the sweetness for various dishes- need your bread sweeter for a French toast? Just add more honey!
It may be zucchini bread but it’s more on the sweet side with banana and honey in the mix.
If you don’t eat flax seeds this recipe offers a great substitute: chia seeds!
The almond and its derivatives are key in this sandwich bread recipe.
This bread is filled with coconut flavor from the coconut cream, flour, and plain ol’ shredded coconut. Mmm, I just can’t get enough!
Her background in science is what makes the Paleo Mom especially good at explaining the often-confusing process involved in cooking with yeast.
Egg-Free Paleo Bread recipes
A great substitute for crunchy tortillas, this flatbread recipe comes with links where you can buy the hardest-to-find ingredients, almond flour, and tapioca starch. (Thanks to Hayley at Health Starts In the Kitchen for her image and recipe.)