How To Make Bread You Can Eat On Paleo Or Whole30 Lifestyle!

 

One of my biggest struggles with changing my family’s diet has been what to feed them for lunch. My kids were used to eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on whole wheat bread frequently but since I have removed processed foods from our diets it has been challenging.  My little ones are super picky eaters.  After months of racking my brain on what I  was going to feed them for lunch each day I figured why can’t they eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?  There is a healthier way. Using ingredients I can pronounce without preservatives, gluten free and other unnecessary ingredients.  

 

Yes, I am in the kitchen baking a lot more but I know that I am doing is benefiting my family.  There are days when I am baking biscuits, cookies, bread and so on all at once.  Each week I bake two loaves of bread. I save those two loaves of bread which equals two lunches for six people for our busy days and I have to make fast lunches. On other days I make wraps, etc. which I will share later.  This bread is super easy and only has a handful of ingredients.  Also those peanut butter and jelly sandwiches had to be altered not just with the bread I use but we now use natural peanut butter without sugar and organic dye-free low sugar jelly. 

 

Homemade Paleo Gluten-free bread

 

2 1/4 cups of almond flour

1/4 cup of ground flax seed

1/2 tsp baking soda

1/2 tsp sea salt

4 eggs

1/2 tsp raw organic honey

1 tsp apple cider vinegar

1 tsp extra virgin olive oil

parchment paper

bread loaf baking pan

 

I like baking the easy way and never have any issues. My idea of easy is not separating dry ingredients from wet ingredients. This mama of 6 does not have time for that!  I add all the ingredients in my mixing bowl and mix all the ingredients until everything is fully mixed together. Next, I line my bread loaf baking pan with parchment paper so that the bread does not stick to the pan.  Then I pour the ingredients in the baking pan. Finally, I bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.

 

When I first started making this bread months ago I cut each slice from front to back but now I cut the slices sideways.  So each child gets two long slices of this bread when I make them sandwiches. This gives them two halves. I typically serve it with fruit or another healthy side item! 

 

 This recipe is super easy, no waiting for yeast to rise, just mix all the ingredients together and bake!  Have you ever made homemade bread before? Do you make it weekly?

 

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Comments

  1. I can’t wait to make this! I thought you couldn’t even look at bread when you were Paleo. This is so great!

  2. Brianne Tursi Manz says:

    This is awesome! I know my friends who are on the paleo diet will love this! I will share this with them!

  3. Amy Desrosiers says:

    This bread looks so good! It reminds me of a sweet baked bread consistency! That is awesome that your kids love it too!

  4. Wow. I’m not on either of those plans but this still sounds really yummy. I’ll have to try it.

  5. I have done two Whole30s and didnt know I could have BREAD! OMG

  6. Yes! I have all of this. I have wondered how to handle lunches too if I were to fully cut out processed foods.

  7. I haven’t tried Paleo bread before. I’m always excited to try something new. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Catalina says:

    Even if I am not on diet, I would like to try this bread! Looks really good!

  9. Oh wow, it is still possible to eat bread with this diet. I will try this recipe for sure. Yum!

  10. Cathy Mini says:

    What a delicious yummy diet bread and kids definitely love this too.

  11. That bread looks really good. So glad you found an option while eating on your diet.

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