Paleo Sweet Honey French Bread

Paleo Sweet Honey French Bread

This is a light, honey-sweetened loaf from your bread machine with a crispy crust and tender crumb. With Julian Bakery’s latest Honey Paleo Bread gracing our plates recently, I couldn’t resist trying a French toast recipe with it.  It’s still GMO-free, still doesn’t have gluten, grains, or soy, and has such an irresistible sweet taste. Her first non-sweet bread recipe contains almond flour and flaxseeds for a hearty and healthy alternative to whole wheat bread. I can’t decide where this yummy Chestnut-Almond Bread goes on the spectrum of sweet to savory, but I love how you can customize it with honey or fruits based on your preference! And with a wide array of coconut based products – coconut milk, flour and oil – you can depend on this great bread recipe to be tasty AND good for you at the same time, no need for substitutions. This recipe (which I found linked from the Saffron Girl’s blog) lets you customize the sweetness for various dishes- need your bread sweeter for a French toast?

Using sweet potatoes as your base ingredients serves a few purposes. Garlic bread goes great with any of the Paleo pastas we recommend. 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. Paleo French Bread Almond flour, coconut flour, tapioca flour, sea salt, yeast, palm shortening and honey make a crusty French bread with a chewy center. Paleo Sweet Bread paleo glutenfree recipe – DontMesswithMama. com 54 1. The first bite of this paleo french bread transported me back to my big girl days where I would eat an entire loaf of french bread slathered in butter. Then add in the water and honey and warm until the temperature is between 120 to 130 degrees. We really don’t like bread sweet.

This is a French Bread that has a light, crispy crunch and a sweet flavor! Try to drizzle honey over the bread while it bakes. Paleo bread will never calm your cravings for Wonder Bread, but I promise that they will serve as a worthy substitute. It’s crusty and light, perfect for paninis, French toast, and of course, sandwiches. Wrong! This recipe uses coconut flour instead of bleached wheat and just a touch of honey for sweetness. Top french toast off with slice bananas, maple syrup or honey, and a touch of cinnamon.


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