best bread option for nonpaleo family members
[B]What are some of the best bread options for nonpaleo family members?[/B]
I have 3 kiddos and a DH that aren't doing paleo. My kids do eat well lots of meats, veggies, fruit. Have cut milk way back and substituted more almond milk/coconut milk in their smoothies, they don't know what's in it anyway except for spinach which they like which makes it green tint sometimes. Supplementing with rice, beans, potatoes for their starchs. They would rather have eggs/bacons than cereal so have cut back on cereal grains anyway. But sometimes they want a sandwich. And no, I am not going to cook fresh bread substituting coconut or almond flour except for occasionally, I don't have that much time and I would rather spending it on cooking meats, veggies.
So any brands that will limit the gluten/wheat that don't have to be frozen? I do keep a loaf of Eskiel bread in the freezer usually that I pull out but I need something that they can grab themself sometimes as they are not huge Eskiel bread fans. I also want something that can just be found at a regular grocery store that's not too expensive. We have do have a budget to feed 5 people. Plus they all hate rye/sourdough.
[B]If they do want a bread/roll with dinner, is cornbread better? Brands? I will start buying corn tortillas and see if I convert them to those instead of flour but that will be a battle as well. [/B]
I am fighting a battle with sugar more than grains with my family so that's what I am trying to educate them on. I am going to give up oatmeal entirely as they add too much sugar. I may try find a good paleo pancake waffle recipe as I make those up anyway sometimes on the weekend and start buying better maple sugar.
All kids are very fit and do lots of martial arts so weight for them is not a concern, and two of them are teens and hungry all the time. They do however have various ADD, acne, sugar cravings so I think they would benefit from healthier food. I want to implement these changes gradually though and mainly when they eat in the house to avoid battles over food.