Paleo Bread

 

Coconut Flour Bread

(From Mark’s Daily Apple)

You will need a small loaf pan (mine is a 4.8 cup Pyrex).  Alternatively, you could probably bake in an 8 x 8 pan and end up with corn bread-ish pieces or maybe even in a muffin tin.

I used the food processor to mix everything up, although I’m sure doing things by hand would work just as well.

I’m thinking of ways to modify. . . Savory with herbs? Sweet with some dark chocolate? Poured on top of meat & veggies for a casserole variation?  The possibilities are endless.

Today we just sliced it up and enjoyed with nut butter.  My husband had a slice with his eggs topped with butter & homemade berry preserves.  Yum.

This small loaf sliced nicely into 14 pieces allowing each of my 5 kids and hubby to enjoy some.  Now that I know everyone likes it, I’ll make a couple loaves at once.

We will likely make coconut based products more often than nut based because hubs teaches in a nut free classroom, so I have to get creative with his lunches.  Today I made ham roll ups with sliced pickle, herb spread, & some lettuce and included a couple slices of this bread and a piece of fruit.

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One Response to Paleo Bread

  1. Lisa says:

    I’m going to have to try this one this week. It sounds good.

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