These paleo bread recipes will allow you to stick to the prehistoric diet and be happy and satisfied at the same time.
Yes, the paleo diet does have its own benefits, but let’s be honest, life without bread is not life at all.
Luckily, the culinary world has found ways to make bread in a non-traditional way.
Thanks to recipes such as the ones below, paleo peeps can enjoy a good slice of bread while still skipping grains, dairy, and processed food.
And mind you, these paleo breads are not dry nor bland and tough, at all!
They’re so delightful, in fact, that even non-paleo dieters will also appreciate them.
So what are you waiting for? Go ahead. Live life, be happy, eat bread!
The best way to start this compilation is with a good sandwich bread.
This one is tender, light, fluffy, and absolutely perfect for any kind of sandwich.
You can toast the bread and spread almond butter or fruit preserves on it.
Or, make a peanut butter banana sandwich, or use your favorite meat.
Either way, this bread won’t disappoint.
If you’re still on the fence about going on the paleo diet, this delectable nut and seed bread might just tip the scales.
See, thanks to this recipe, you really won’t have to give up bread should you decide to try this lifestyle.
This bread isn’t tough and bland like cardboard. On the contrary, it’s tender and tasty like all breads should be.
Who doesn’t love banana bread, am I right? Seriously, this bread’s aroma alone is intoxicating!
The thought of having to say goodbye to it forever is just unbearable.
Fortunately, you won’t have to.
It uses things like almond flour, tapioca flour, and of course, ripe bananas.
You’ll still be able to make and nosh on delightful banana bread while staying true to your paleo diet.
Looking at this lemon blueberry bread alone you can already tell it’s epic. Do you see how ridiculously moist and tender that crumb is?!
The fact that this bread is paleo continues to baffle me.
For this recipe, you use almond flour and coconut flour for the base of the batter.
You add almond milk for moisture, and honey, bananas, blueberries, and lemon juice for flavor.
From the sweetness of the bananas to the tartness of the blueberries, this bread is absolutely delightful.
This zucchini bread is moist and tender. And unlike some paleo zucchini breads out there, this one isn’t overly dense at all.
With a light and fluffy crumb, this bread is 100% delightful. So much so that you’ll want to have a second, or maybe third slice.
So I know this doesn’t conjure up images of mouthwatering bread, but hear me out.
This cauliflower bread surprisingly tastes just like any other bread loaf!
So while it’s not as scrumptious as banana bread or as a lemon loaf, trust that it’ll get the job done.
If you’re looking for an alternative to sandwich bread that’s not simply paleo-friendly but also nutritious too, cauliflower bread is the answer.
Believe it or not, you can absolutely make Paleo-friendly naan bread. If you love good Indian food, this one’s for you.
Sure, cavemen did not partake in Indian bread, but that doesn’t mean you can’t.
Go on, allow your contemporary self to enjoy this delicious bread, and still experience the health benefits of being in the Stone Age diet!
Just because you’re on paleo doesn’t mean you can’t have this delicious braided bread!
All you’ll need is this grain-free version.
While this bread doesn’t exactly have the same texture as traditional challah, its cake-like density is absolutely enjoyable.
Disclaimer: this recipe starts with making a yeasted dough, so be prepared for some kneading, rolling, and proofing.
If you appreciate crusty and chewy bread, then French bread is for you.
This bread uses a mix of almond flour and arrowroot flour for its dough, which is how it becomes paleo-friendly.
This recipe also uses yeast to give the bread its distinct aroma, flavor, and texture.
If you’re familiar with yeasted doughs, you know it requires a bit of time and effort, so plan accordingly.
This pumpkin bread is simple and easy, but be ready to be blown away.
With its moist and tender crumb and immaculate flavor, this bread will disappear in a snap.
You’ll love how despite its being light, it’s also hearty at the same time.
Just dab it with your favorite nut butter for a satisfying paleo meal.
The sound of coffee cake banana bread is music to my ears. I think about it and my heart starts to beat faster.
What’s not exciting about aromatic and moist banana bread with crunchy cinnamon pecan crumble on top?
All that’s left is to pair this heavenly treat with coffee, and your afternoon snack is all set.
If you’re the kind of paleo dieter who exclusively uses sourdough bread for their sandwiches, then you’re in for a treat.
Yes, there is a way to make a paleo-friendly sourdough bread, and it’s not hard at all.
You may need to run to the health food store for the ingredients like coconut flour, psyllium husk powder, and sauerkraut liquid.
But you and I both know it’s worth it.
Want to start your day with a huge smile on your face? All you need is a slice of morning glory bread.
Featuring apples, coconut, carrots, raisins, and walnuts, this bread is glorious, all right.
And it’s oh-so moist, too, thanks to all the fruits and veggies.
Did I mention it’s also sugar-free? You really couldn’t ask for more.
14. Paleo Pita Bread
Love pita pockets, but also want to try the paleo lifestyle? Good news! There’s a way to do both.
With this pita bread recipe, you can make not just paleo pita pockets.
But you can also have paleo tacos, pizza, and any dish that calls for flatbread.
The recipe calls for yeast, but it doesn’t mean you’ll have to wait an hour for the dough to rest.
As a matter of fact, this recipe comes together in just under an hour.
Fruit and nuts are such a classic food pairing that never disappoints.
Whether you eat them together as-is or throw them on salads, you can’t go wrong.
To me, though, adding them to bread is the best way to enjoy the fantastic duo.
Case in point: this paleo bread that’s studded with not just one but 8 kinds of fruit and 5 kinds of nuts. Imagine that.
If you can’t get enough Tex-Mex dishes, then you have to know how to make paleo tortillas.
Fortunately, it’s not at all that hard. All it takes, actually, is 15 minutes.
And with these low-carb tortillas, you’re free to have your fill of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, taquitos, and more.
Anything with the phrase “double chocolate” in it and I’m sold.
I mean, I’m not even paleo myself, but I knew I had to try this double chocolate zucchini bread.
Just by looking at its deep, dark brown hue, my mouth already waters.
This bread is fantastically moist, and as expected, it’s overloaded with chocolatey greatness.
I know this pumpkin bread is truly special because look at that gorgeous marbling!
That stunning pattern you see is the blending of two amazing flavors: chocolate and pumpkin. They’re great apart, but even greater together.
Besides the fantastic flavor combination, this bread is also extremely moist and tender.
Plus, since you can use canned pumpkin for the recipe, you won’t need to wait for pumpkin season to whip this up.
Unlimited breadsticks, anybody? I won’t say no to that.
Flavored with Italian seasoning, garlic, and onion, these paleo breadsticks are beyond addictive. Good thing they’re low-carb.
They’re also surprisingly gluten-free and dairy-free. Hurray for snacks that are both wholesome and tasty!
I look at this bread and find it hard to believe but it’s healthy. But it 100% is.
It’s made with all good things like almond and tapioca flours, coconut sugar, and apples. It’s gluten-free, paleo-friendly, and most of all, irresistible.
From the moist and fluffy crumb to the crunchy apple chunks inside it, and the delectable crumble topping as well, I rate this bread an A+.
Bagels are known to be loaded with tons of grains. Not these ones!
They’re crusty on the outside and nice and chewy on the inside.
Using almond flour gives them a wonderful richness. The sesame and poppy seeds on top provide the perfect crunch.
While they do taste exactly like bagels, they don’t contain gluten, grains, or dairy at all.
Here’s another paleo tortilla recipe for all you Tex-Mex fanatics out there!
This one uses cauliflower and tapioca for the dough, which makes it a far healthier option.
They’re not only paleo but are also only 42 calories a pop. Feel free to have that second taco.
That’s not even the best part. This recipe only requires the two aforementioned ingredients, plus a bit of salt for flavor.
23. Cassava Bread
Ever had cassava bread? No? Well, today’s your lucky day.
Cassava bread is a quick bread made with cassava flour.
As it has an earthy and nutty flavor, this bread is a perfect paleo substitute for making savory sandwiches.
However, you can also sweeten the cassava bread if you want by adding sugar-free sugar and cinnamon.
Making this focaccia bread at home will have your entire house smelling like Italian heaven. And the finished product is pretty phenomenal, too.
Soft and chewy with a wonderful explosion of flavors, this is the kind of bread you’ll be dreaming about for days on end.
Enjoy focaccia as a sandwich bread, as a pizza crust, or just as a snack on its own, dipped in balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Who says hamburgers are out when you’re on a paleo diet? One should never ever give up hamburgers!
These paleo buns have a nice crusty exterior and a soft and chewy interior. They’re the perfect buns for the perfect paleo burger.
The thought of cranberry orange bread always conjures up images of the holidays, family get-togethers, and reunions with friends.
This bread is not only festive but oh-so scrumptious, too!
From the tender crumb to the orange-cranberry flavor combo to the decadent glaze on top, this bread is to die for.
So even when there’s no occasion, you should still absolutely bake this one heck of a bread. It’s super easy, so why not?
Is it a bread, is it a cookie, or both? Who cares? All that matters is it’ll be in your belly in less than an hour.
Made with coconut flour infused with vanilla and spices, this bread-cookie hybrid has a scrumptious nutty flavor and a heavenly aroma.
Studded with fresh blueberries, this bread also bursts with sweetness and a wonderful summer flavor.
28. Soft Pretzel
Goodbye Auntie Anne’s, hello homemade soft pretzels!
These pretzels have a crispy outer crust and a super soft and pillowy interior. Also, they look like actual pretzels, knots and all.
They’re also not that difficult to make. I was able to pull it off the first time. I’m sure you can, too.
I once thought carrots cakes and carrot bread tasted like carrots, which was why I avoided them at all costs as I child.
Looking back, I wish someone had told me then that these bakes do not taste like carrots at all.
Instead, they’re ridiculously moist and tender, and insanely delicious.
So if you are also under the impression that carrot bread is no good, here I am, telling you otherwise.
If you’re looking for a sign, let it be this. Try this carrot bread today. It’ll blow your tastebuds away!
These pumpkin pancakes are also just as tall and fluffy as regular pancakes but are healthier and paleo-friendly.
Top these flapjacks with blueberries, strawberries, and coconut flakes for a hearty and wholesome breakfast. Enjoy!
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