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Nut Free Paleo Blender Bread {GAPS Friendly}

This recipe is near and dear to my heart. After going gluten free 7 years ago and realizing good bread was hard to find and then 3 years later going into the GAPS diet and then Paleo I thought bread would be a thing of the past for me. I am happy to say it isn’t! Bread is so comforting and can be made healthy and honestly I think baking Paleo bread is so much easier than baking gluten free bread! I created this bread to include no starch yet it is extremely fluffy with an excellent texture and sturdy enough to hold up when used for a sandwich. It actually reminds me of whole grain bread. You’re going to love it!

We make this for toast, french toast, breakfast and lunch sandwiches!

An important difference in the way this bread is baked is that I use a sheet pan rather than a loaf pan. I find that with Paleo breads, unless you make a HUGE batch of batter (often triple quantities, you will end up with a very teeny tiny loaf that ends up cutting into finger size sandwiches. What I really wanted were bread slices that I could actually stuff with delicious sandwich fillings that would provide a good bite in my mouth.

A Word (or more) About the Ingredients and Tools

One thing I love about this bread is that it’s easy to make and easy to clean up because you use one blender and one pan!

To blend I use my Vitamix. I want to put in a good word about this blender. I have owned mine since I was a teenager (yes I have asked for kitchen tools for gifts since I was a little girl) and use it multiple times a week. It has lasted me over 20 years and was a great investment. It is one of the kitchen tools I would take if I was stranded on an island (that had power). It’s that important in my kitchen!

I get my palm shortening (glyphosate free) and coconut oil in bulk here. One of the things I love about the coconut oil I buy is that it doesn’t taste or smell like coconut. That way I can use it in all sorts of dishes.

I use this Tigernut flour and is amazing and won’t spike your insulin levels like cassava flour or tapioca starch can do. This bag will last a long time too.

I use heavy duty sheet pans like this all the time in my kitchen. Mine are made of Stainless Steel though.  They are non-stick which means less toxins in your food and in your body.

Only use Apple Cider Vinegar with the Mother – like this.

4.0 from 2 reviews
Nut Free Paleo Blender Bread {GAPS Friendly}
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Recipe type: Bread
Serves: 12 slices
 
A no starch, soft yet sturdy, fluffy bread that will hold up for sandwiches and as well as toast!
Ingredients
  • 8 pastured, organic eggs, cracked
  • ¼ C. Organic Palm Shortening, melted
  • ¼ C. Organic Coconut Oil, melted
  • ¼ C. Coconut Flour
  • ¾ C. Tigernut Flour
  • 2 Tsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 Tsp. Cream of Tartar
  • ½ Tsp. Baking Soda
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Grease a 9 x 13 sheet pan with raised edges and line with parchment paper.
  3. Add all ingredients into a high speed blender. ({I love my Vitamix!}
  4. Blend until well mixed for about 1 minute at the highest speed.
  5. Pour bread batter into greased and lined sheet pan.
  6. Bake for 20 minutes or until set in the center and golden brown on top.
Notes
Be sure to use a sheet pan for this and not a loaf pan.
It will yield 12 slices of bread.
Will last two to three days and best stored in the refrigerator.

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4 Comments

  1. Tigernuts are not GAPS allowed.

    Reply
    • Jennifer

      Hi Victoria, Tigernuts are allowed in the later stages of GAPS.

      Reply
  2. Another great recipe. It holds together much better than other gluten-free bread that I’ve made while still being moist. Mine didn’t rise as nicely, though. I baked it in a little larger sheet pan (11″x16″), which made it thinner to begin with. I don’t have 9×13 and I wanted thinner slices.
    As for taste, it’s stronger than “normal” bread, but still good.

    Reply
    • Jennifer

      Hi Mike, It’s great to hear about your experience. You will definitely get thinner bread when baking in a larger sheet pan. That’s nice for sandwiches too! Good to hear from you. Blessings, Jennifer

      Reply

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