I fell off the SSOS wagon for a few months at the back end of 2012, solely for the lack of bread. So I was determined this time to find a recipe that actually tastes and behaves like bread.
And here we are, found at http://www.healthextremist.com/paleo-bread-recipe/ It's a bit heavy on the eggs, but well worth it.
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-1/2 CupCoconut Flour
-1 1/4 CupsAlmond Flour
-1/4 CupGround Chia Seeds or Flaxseeds
- 5 Eggs
-1/4Teaspoon Sea Salt
-4Tablespoons Coconut Oil
-1Tablespoon apple cider vinegar
-1/2Teaspoon Baking Soda
(Thisrecipe makes a smaller loaf of bread, in order to have larger pieces of breadyou may want to double the recipe)
PaleoBread Recipe Instructions:
1. Blendall dry ingredients in bowl and all wet ingredients in separate bowl.
2. Combinewet and dry ingredients.
3. Pourinto a 7.5 “x 3.5″ loaf pan and smooth the top.
4. Bake at350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes.
5. Let coolbefore slicing.
Here's the grain-free "bread" recipe I always use - totally stolen from Rivvin at the MDA forum (thanks Rivvin!).
A square or round glass container with aflat bottom, roughly the size of a slice of bread.
1/4 cup flax meal or almond meal (they areboth good, but personally I would use the almond, makes for a softer bread)
2 tbsp fat (coconut oil or butter)
1 tsp baking powder
(Optional: onion powder, sesame seeds,garlic powder, whatever SANE savoury stuff you like to kick up the flavour)
Mix all of that together very well and thenpour it in your container. Microwave it for 1 minute 20 seconds. I believe itwill work in the oven (say 350 degrees), it's just going to take longer (keepyour eye on it till it stop rising and that apparently means the bread's done,maybe 15 minutes?).
Woohoo – you just made bread!
Some say it smells a bit eggy, but I think lessso once it cools down. It will also firm up a bit when it cools, so you canhold it like a real sandwich.