Quick and Easy Paleo “Bread” (seriously, seriously easy)

One of the hardest things I find about eating in a somewhat paleo way is finding breakfast or snack foods.

Combine this with the fact that I am a super lazy cook and I’m pretty much eating eggs and nuts all the time.

Well, as much as I love both these foods, they do get boring occasionally.

That’s why I’m so happy to share this recipe for Quick and Easy Paleo “Bread”.

Am only showing 1/2 loaf because G and I already ate the other half.

 

I got this recipe from my nutritionist (yes, I will write a post about this soon) when we were discussing how to vary my snacks.  She promised it was easy to make and it is!

And it tastes good. Let’s be clear, it isn’t the type of bread that you can go off and make yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with (mmmm….peanut butter….).   I had this with some sheep’s cheese (yes, I know, not strictly paleo, but hey, it’s cheese people, I live in Europe, the cheese is too good to give up..ever). It would also be good with slices of meat, butter, pretty much any topping on your choice.

It makes a dense but not dry bread that is quite filling.  And yummy.

RECIPE:

  • Put 200g almond flour (about 2cups for my American friends) in a bowl
  • add a couple of tbsps of any of the following or combo of the following:
    flax seed/meal, raw pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, nuts or hazelnut flour
  • Wet this mixture with hot water (takes about 7tbsps of water but add it slowly) you want it to be wet but not runny
  • add 3 whole eggs
  • Mix together
  • Add salt and pepper to taste
  • Put it in a bread pan, or container of your choice and bake for 45 mins at 150C (300F).

And that’s it. You can eat it right away.  You can also slice it and freeze the slices.

I thoroughly enjoyed this and think it has a lot of potential to mix up the flavour by adding different ingredients and toppings.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

A big thank you to Virginie at Efficium for the recipe (www.efficium.ch)

 

Easy Paleo Bread

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