Homemade Paleo Bread
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Paleo Bread: Simple, Fast, and Delicious!
Do you find wheat is difficult to digest and just sits like a lump in your stomach? Or maybe you’re someone who needs to reduce their starch intake for weight loss or to better manage your blood sugar. Either way, many people are trying out a gluten free/paleo style life these days to see how it might improve their health. If you find you’re missing a bread option then look no further, this simple recipe can be whipped up in a flash. It’s soft, light, fluffy, and really puffs up!
Makes 6-7 Buns
Step 1 – Preheat your over to 350 and grease a biscuit pan (or whatever you have, this was a small-bundt cake pan)
Step 2 – In a bowl combine the next 6 ingredients, I fold it together with a spatula.
– 3/4 cup gr. almond flour
– 3/4 cup tapioca starch flour
– 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
– 1/2 tsp salt
– 3 eggs
– 1/3 cup unsweetened apple sauce
*I do not recommend any substitutions here either*
Step 3 – Pour batter evenly between your moulds and bake for 10-15 min until a tooth pick comes out clean.
Step – 4 Let them rest for 5 min then remove from the mould and let them finish cooling on a rack. Or dig it and enjoy a nice warm freshly baked piece of bread.
I like to use these to make sandwiches or spread a nut butter on them, they freeze and thaw well, keep in the fridge nicely for a few days and are delicious toasted. Enjoy!
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