Paleo Bread | Healthy Gluten Free Bread Recipe | Elana's Pantry
I was surprised at how tasty this bread was! In a loaf pan, it's literally just like regular bread, ready to be sliced for sandwiches or whatever you want.
Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pao de Queijo) Recipe - Allrecipes.com
These puff up like a cheesy cream puff, but the lack of gluten makes them so incredibly soft and tender. They literally melt in your mouth.
My advice: use butter, not olive oil. And soy milk? LAUGH! Whole milk, please. As an Italian, I am a garlic addict, but on this recipe I'd skip it because it complicates the subtle flavor too much. I prefer the buttery, cheesy bread. I don't want this to be a garlic bread, but you're welcome to do what you wish.
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ditto on that. I do the recipe exactly as choco describes as well (i think the garlic sort of overpowers the little puffs too much). so good!
I have tried several primal and paleo bread recipes using coconut flour, almond meal, and/or flax meal; and I have yet to find one that wasn't dry as a desert and/or just plain awful. I don't plan to go back to a SAD life, but I certainly would love to find at least one "tried and true" bread recipe that is tasty. Help!
Just the word bread makes me want to hurl chunks.
Try adding potatoes for better softness/texture, like this, w/o sugar/soy (replace with nothing/tapioca) (obviously, if you are not using this or that, it might not apply):
Dreamer's Alcove: Gluten-Free Potato Bread
This is actually close to the Italian potato cake (actual cake) I saw a recipe for some time ago.
Last edited by Leida; 05-24-2013 at 08:26 AM.
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If someone is willing to eat rice, there are a lot of options open. I used to cook up a pot of rice a little soft (a little extra water). When it was cooled to barely warm, I put it through the food processor or stand mixer with yeast, some butter, and sweet rice/white rice flour. I let it rise in the pan and baked it. It was more of what I used to call a "farm style" than fluffy white style bread.