12 Moist and Tasty Paleo Bread Recipes

By November 2, 2018 Bread, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Paleo, Recipes

Life is  meant to be enjoyed. You don’t have to deprive yourself of bread when you make
one of these wonderful tasty paleo breads that nourish and fuel your body.

12 Moist and Tasty Paleo Bread RecipesI follow a paleo friendly diet most of the time.  By that I mean very few grains, no refined sugars, lots and lots of vegetables, healthy fats and clean animal proteins. This diet keeps my digestion strong, hormones stable and blood sugar balanced.  I love eating this way it makes me feel so good.

While I don’t generally crave bread, every so often I want a nice slice of warm, sweet, nutty bread.  Who doesn’t right?  Fortunately, there are many recipes for nourishing paleo breads.  I can have my bread and stay in balance. How fabulous!

Many of my clients tell me they love having bread for breakfast too!

I’m all about eating things that make us happy which is why I put together this collection of the best gluten free, grain free, paleo breads from around the web.

It’s good to know you can eat wonderful tasty breads that also nourish and fuel your body.

In this collection you’ll find mostly quick breads and a few yeast breads.  I’ve also included two breads without nuts or nut flours for anyone with nut allergies.

None of the recipes use a gluten free flour mixture, as they tend to be very high glycemic and I prefer my breads to be more balanced.  The recipes are made with simple easy to find ingredients.

Quick breads are made with a leavening agent (such as baking powder or baking soda) that lets you bake the batter immediately.  They are my favorite since they only take 15 minutes of preparation. You let the magic of the oven bake them for about 1 hour and viola, a warm, soft moist bread. They are easy to make and delicious. They keep for a few days and can be frozen and toasted.

Yeast breads differ from quick breads in that they are leavened by yeast, a living organism, rather than baking soda or baking powder.  When mixed with water and a sweetener, the yeast ferments to produce carbon dioxide, filling the bread dough with tiny air bubbles.

Quick Breads

12 Moist and Tasty Paleo Bread RecipesMoist Paleo Pumpkin Bread | Eat Well Enjoy Life

This Paleo Pumpkin Bread has a perfect tender, moist texture loaded with sweet pumpkin spice. Hearty enough to serve alone for breakfast or toasted and spread with nut butter.

5 Minute Paleo Zucchini Bread | Paleo Gluten Free Eats

This 5 Minute Paleo Zucchini Bread is incredibly moist, light, and fluffy. Packed with protein and whole foods, this easy to make bread is a tasty treat for breakfast and anytime you need a snack.

 

Golden Paleo Gluten Free BreadGolden Paleo Gluten Free Bread | Eat Well Enjoy Life

This soft Golden Paleo Gluten Free Bread has an incredibly moist texture. The best part is it’s made in a blender and only takes 5 minutes to put together. It’s healthy and satisfying, great for sandwiches or toasted with jelly.

Moist and Tasty Paleo Bread RecipesPaleo Morning Glory Bread | Wholesomelicious

You’ll love the moist and dense flavor of this Morning Glory Bread! A perfect breakfast or snack on the go, packed with apples, coconut, carrots, raisins, and walnuts. This bread is grain-free, refined sugar free, and oh so delicious!

Moist and Tasty Paleo Bread RecipesCinnamon Raisin Paleo Breakfast Bread | Paleo Running Mom

Hearty, perfectly sweet and deliciously spiced cinnamon raisin Paleo breakfast bread that’s great alone or with your favorite butter or nut butter!

 

Paleo Rosemary BreadPaleo Garlic and Rosemary Bread | Eat Well Enjoy Life

Paleo Garlic and Rosemary Bread is grain-free, yeast-free dairy-free. It has a hearty taste and is moist on the inside with a light crust on the outside.

Paleo Banana Bread | Paleo Running Mom

This deliciously hearty, soft and moist Paleo banana bread is gluten free and sweetened only with bananas. It’s perfect for breakfast or a snack with your favorite spread. Kid approved and easy to make!

Moist and Tasty Paleo BreadMoist Chocolate Zucchini Bread (nut free option) | PaleOMG 

These are moist mini zucchini loaves. I make them with almond butter but if you want it nut-free use the sunbutter written in the recipe.  It’s also good topped with chocolate chips.

Moist and Tasty Paleo BreadsCoconut Flour Banana Bread (nut free) | Detoxinista

Coconut Flour Banana Bread is moist and light, easy to make and perfect for anyone who wants to avoid nuts.

Yeast Breads

Paleo Crusty Bread | Create Delicious

A paleo crusty bread loaf that has that “real bread” look, texture, and taste, made with almond flour.

Grain Free Paleo Bread Rolls | Paleo Gluten Free Eats

These authentic paleo bread rolls are grain free, warm and yeasty. Perfectly soft on the inside and covered in a crunchy crust.  These  rolls are incredibly delicious and easy to make!

Paleo French Bread (nut free) | Create Delicious

The perfect bread if you or someone in your family is allergic to nuts. It’s made with cassava flour  which you’ll probably have to get online.

I hope you enjoy this collection of yummy grain free breads.  They’re so good you can serve them at Thanksgiving, everyone in your family will love them.

I love having a slice of delicious nutritious bread with a warm bowl of soup for breakfast or lunch. I get lots of veggies and super satisfying bread that nourishes and fuels my body. Life is good!

Please leave a comment on the below and tell us which ones you like the most.

2 Comments

  • I’ve only made 2 SO FAR, and LOVED BOTH! The work great in a “slow” solar oven.

    The pumpkin bread was delicious made with almond meal, then when almond flour arrived, as a more delicate desert loaf.
    Everyone LOVED the chocolate zucchini bread, so I have to get outside this sunny winter’s day and bake another.

    Thanks, Ingrid! I’ll be trying more of these recipes, and searching for a persimmon [something] as that’s what is in season here now. Love you!

    • Ingrid says:

      Hi Jetana, I’m glad your breads came out, how fun a solar oven. Thanks for sharing. I haven’t done any cooking with persimmons but it does sound interesting. I don’t often see them in New York

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