Paleo Garlic and Rosemary Bread

By March 13, 2017 August 13th, 2019 Bread, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Paleo, Recipes, Vegetarian

You’ll be able to whip up this moist, delicious Paleo Rosemary Bread easily since it only has 7 ingredients. It’s a grain-free, yeast-free dairy-free bread. It’s moist on the inside with a slight crust on the outside.
Paleo Garlic and Rosemary Bread
Eating a gluten free diet is beneficial for healing but many of my clients tell me they miss eating bread.  A slice of bread in the morning can be very satisfying.  Since I stopped eating gluten, I don’t eat any bread.   Yes, there are certainly many gluten free breads available but most of them are made with high glycemic flours, like tapioca starch, potato flour and others.  I try to avoid those ingredients.

Now I am missing bread.  I decided I wanted to create an easy to make gluten free bread that tastes good.  After many tries I came up with this high protein paleo bread.  It’s grain-free, yeast-free and dairy-free. It’s moist on the inside with a slight crust on the outside and has a good texture and taste.  It is definitely more dense compared to breads with gluten and yeast, but it’s still light and delicious.   The bread gets even lighter and somewhat flaky when toasted.

Paleo Garlic and Rosemary BreadTo get the moist texture I use almond butter and free range eggs which are full of protein.  The only other ingredients are baking soda, a little honey, garlic and rosemary.  A hand mixer is necessary to cream everything together.  It is simple to make with only a few ingredients.

I love eating this paleo rosemary bread for breakfast with sliced avocado, baby lettuce and sauerkraut.  It is also good toasted with grass fed butter.  This paleo bread provides the protein, fat and fiber you need in the morning to fill you up, support your hormones and give you energy all day.

Rosemary Paleo BreadStart by bringing your eggs to room temperature. Eggs warmed to room temperature will mix more easily into  the batter and also help increase volume.

To bring cold eggs up to room temperature, put them in a bowl and cover them with warm tap water. Do this first thing when you walk into the kitchen and the eggs are at a perfect temperature by the time you finish gathering the rest of the ingredients.

Prepare the pan by spreading a very thin coating of coconut oil on the sides of 8.5 x 4.5 loaf pan, then line the base and sides with parchment paper.  Use one piece of parchment for the long sides and bottom and 2 small pieces for the short sides.

Paleo Rosemary Bread

I can’t get enough of this bread. I have been eating it every morning for the last week.   It’s also great for sandwiches or paninis.  My son made it for his family and my grandson, Avery loved it too.

 

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Paleo Rosemary Bread

Paleo Garlic and Rosemary Bread


  • Author: Ingrid DeHart
  • Total Time: 45 mins
  • Yield: 12 1x

Description

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


Ingredients

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  • 1 cup (240 grams) roasted almond butter (100% almonds), room temperature
  • 4 free-range large organic eggs, room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • ½ teaspoon Celtic sea salt
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 tablespoon granulated garlic
  • 2 teaspoons dried rosemary, crumbled

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 325°.
  2. Spread a very thin coating of coconut oil on the sides of 8.5 x 4.5 loaf pan with a little coconut oil, then line the base and sides with parchment paper.
  3. In a large bowl, beat the almond butter with a hand mixer until creamy.
  4. Mix in eggs and honey. Beat until evenly combined.
  5. In a small bowl, mix together the salt, baking soda, granulated garlic and rosemary.
  6. Pour the dry ingredients into the almond butter. Mix well with the hand mixer until all ingredients are combined.  Keep mixing till the batter is really thick; that makes a world of difference in the results.
  7. Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan.
  8. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes or until a skewer inserted in the center comes out clean.
  9. Remove the bread from the oven and cool in the pan for 10 minutes, then remove from the pan.
  10. Cool for 20-30 minutes.
  11. Slice and serve with avocado or toast and serve with grass fed butter.
  12. Wrap the loaf up tightly and store in the fridge for up to 1 week.
  13. You can also slice the loaf, wrap it up tightly and freeze for 1 month. Take out slices and toast as needed.

Notes

Cut the loaf into 12 slices.

For a sweet bread add 2 tablespoons honey and leave out the garlic and rosemary.

  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Cook Time: 25 mins
  • Category: Bread
  • Cuisine: Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Healthy

Nutrition information for 1 slice, if you make 12 slices from the loaf.

Paleo Garlic and Rosemary Bread

I hope you make this bread and enjoy it as much as I do.  Please let me know if it satisfies your need for bread even though you may be gluten free.

 

12 Comments

  • Frances Klippel says:

    What ??? I’m amazed these few ingredients can make bread, Ingrid! I miss bread, too, and I’m making this today! Can’t wait! I’ll let you know~~thank you~~

    • Ingrid says:

      Hi Frances, Isn’t it great to have a bread that is high protein and low glycemic. Let us know how it came out for you. I am eating it for breakfast many days a week. It’s exciting for me to eat bread again.

  • Angela says:

    YUM! This looks amazing! Any suggestions for the almond butter replacement? We can’t do almonds/peanuts. Would cashew or pecan butter (I just make it) work? Not sure if you’ve tried anything other than almond butter. I’ll try with one of those but thought I’d ask for suggestions! Thanks for sharing!

    • Ingrid says:

      Hi Angela,

      Great question. I have never tried it with cashew butter but I think it would turn out great. It will probably be much lighter in color. Let me know how it comes out. I may even try it myself. Thanks for asking!

  • Diane says:

    We love this! I’ve started making it weekly. Thank you for sharing it.

  • Phoenix Hocking says:

    Has an ingredient been left out? It’s been in the oven for 25 minutes and it’s still RAW. I don’t understand how this can even hold together with nearly no dry ingredients to do so. I’ll bake it for another 25 minutes and hope for the best. So far, not impressed.

    • Ingrid says:

      I’m sorry the bread didn’t come out for you. I’m not sure why. It’s possible you didn’t use enough almond butter, did you weigh it or measure it? Also what kind of almond butter did you use? Again I’m sorry. I’ve made it many times and so has my son. Let’s see if we can figure it out.

  • June says:

    When I first made a recipe quite a bit like this from other websites, I wondered if it could be a savory bread and then I found your website.

    I had made the individual bread before, sliced horizontally to make a sandwich (used a square dish) with the recipe from the other site. I would love to try that with this one as I cut down the quantity of the ingredients for the individual sandwich bread.

    You may want to add in the instruction to keep mixing till the batter is really thick; that makes a world of difference in the results.

  • SHAWNDOLYN Miller says:

    We are allergic to ALL NUTS! Please give us an alternative to use. We would love to eat bread again!!!!

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