As women in our 50s, eating healthy is more important now than ever. However, without healthy recipes, it’s impossible. For example, I love bread. After all, who doesn’t? However, it’s not the best food to put in our bodies. Store-bought bread is typically full of sugar, additives and inflammatory ingredients. That’s why I make this healthy paleo bread recipe instead:
Healthy Paleo Bread Recipe
- 2 room temperature eggs
- 1 1/2 cups warm water
- 2 1/2 cups tapioca flour
- 3/4 cup flax meal
- 2/3 cup coconut flour
- 1 cup sunflower seeds
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 2 Tbs apple cider vinegar
- 2 tsp dry yeast
- 1 tsp salt
- Combine water, eggs, apple cider vinegar, flax meal into a bread making machine
- Add olive oil, coconut flour, sunflower seeds, tapioca, yeast and salt
- Use the whole wheat cycle on your bread making machine and be sure to manually mix all ingredients thoroughly.
Let me know if you’ve tried this healthy paleo bread recipe in the comments below!
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Wonderful recipe, thank you. But, can you kindly give us a little more details like what size loaf this makes? Many bread machines offer several sizes to choose from when selecting your loaf from 1 pound, 1 1/2 pounds to 2 pounds. Also, newer machines offer a gluten free setting. Would that work too? And lastly, should this bread be kept in the refrigerator after baking?
Can this be baked in the oven if I don’t have a bread machine?
Has anyone made this in the oven?
I just bought all of the ingredients and then read that I need a bread machine.
Thank you for the bread recipe. if I don’t have a bread machine, is there other way to bake the bread?
Hello, this got me excited, got to buy a breadmaker first ~ then i will try and let you know ~ Thanks for all the tips
I dug out my bread maker after years of non-use and made your recipe. This bread is delicious! I didn’t change a thing and it turned out perfect. Thank you.
Thank you so much Kerry ❤️ I appreciate you ????????
Breadmaker arrived ~ made your recipe ~ PERFECT !!! no tweaking needed, and it is very tasty and has a good bite ~~~ THANK YOU for sharing
You are welcome Britta. Stay safe and fabulous ❤️????????
Hi! Just wondering if it’s possible to make this without a breadmaker? Thanks so much,I adore and your workouts!
How do you store this? How long is it good for? And do you toast it or just eat it? Hoping to try very soon!!
Tasted very nice. It did not look like it cooked fully in the breadmaker. I popped it in the oven until it was less moist inside. It was like oatmeal on the inside. I may try a longer cycle next time. Is this just how it is though??
Can’t wait for my bread maker to arrive!!!
Do you mix it manually before putting it in bread maker. Mine did not seem to mix well enough. So sad.
Is there a way to make this bread without eggs? My daughter cannot have egg whites.
I love this bread!!! Over been following more of a doctor ordered ketogenic diet, but this has so many healthy fats it’s a great addition to my recipes! Thank you!
I will attempt to adapt this recipe to a manual method as I do not have a bread machine any longer. I found tapioca flour but cannot find coconut flour…is there a substitute? Also, I assume flax meal is the same as grinding up whole flax seed???
Hi, Just found your bread recipe and made it. It’s great. I don’t have a bread maker, but it works just fine in the oven. 325F for 40 minutes for me.
Hi Michelle….I make bread every week with great success. Like you, I tried making it without a bread maker….the result resembled a concrete brick. And smelled awful. A waste of expensive ingredients. Would you be kind enough to share your process as obviously mine did not work. Thank you.
I mixed the ingredients together, preheated my oven to 300F, then turned it off. I let the bread rise in the oven with the door open a crack for 20 minutes. Then I took it out, heated the oven to 325F, and baked it for 40 minutes.
Any ideas how I can make this vegan? No eggs for me 😳
Hi Ruth, Sorry, I have not tested this yet with any egg substitutes.
Thankyou do much for the protein advice and information, I’m going to change my eating habits from breakfast this morning 🙂 . I’ve bought the ingredients fir the bread recipe and hope to give it a go in the next couple of days..I’ll let you know how it goes 😁😁 have a wonderful day xxx
That’s amazing Kathy! I’m glad you enjoyed the post and appreciate you taking the time to comment ❤❤ Stay fabulous ❤️🌸
I don’t own a bread maker
Is there a different way to make it ?