Paleo Honey Whole Wheat Bread

Paleo Honey Whole Wheat Bread

To show you all how much your support means to me I am giving you another free recipe from my new paleo bread book Every Last Crumb! 21 Bread Recipes- this is an awesome list of grain-free bread recipes! The only difference is you won’t be eating a bunch of artificial and processed ingredients, and instead you’ll be getting nourished by foods that your body craves, like flax seed, banana, honey, and more. My post on no grain muffins proved to be very popular, so I am posting another no grain recipe I use frequently in our home. This particular honey bread recipe that is Paleo friendly uses coconut flour instead of nut or bean flours.

I’ve compiled this long list of fantastic Paleo bread recipes, so if you’re craving a sandwich or just a slice of toast, look no further. It’s easy to feel like going Paleo means you’ll have to give up sandwiches as the staple of your mid-day meal, but it’s not so! Luckily Adriana at the Living Healthy with Chocolate blog gives us this great sandwich bread recipe (and permission to use her image) so you don’t have to say goodbye to your BLTs! Her first non-sweet bread recipe contains almond flour and flaxseeds for a hearty and healthy alternative to whole wheat bread. I love how you can customize it with honey or fruits based on your preference! Paleo bread will never calm your cravings for Wonder Bread, but I promise that they will serve as a worthy substitute. Wrong! This recipe uses coconut flour instead of bleached wheat and just a touch of honey for sweetness.

We all get cravings sometimes and raw honey is going to be better than refined sugar any day! Same with that chocolate. This nutritious, gluten-free Paleo Bread is great for anytime of the day. It’s super easy to make, tastes delicious, and is packed with healthy ingredients. Get detailed information about our bread nutrition and learn more about Great Harvest’s other delicious whole wheat and whole grain products. Can babies under the age of one nibble on your breads made with honey?


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