Sandwich Bread

2013-01-14
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This is not my recipe (source: Keyingredient.com).

But after searching high and low for a sandwich bread my non-paleo hubby will eat, the search has ended here! It\’s easy, tasty and actually acts like wheat and yeast breads. It\’s toast-able, grilled cheese-able (like I said, hubby isn\’t primal) And makes a good sandwich!
I think that\’s because it\’s baked in individual ramekins, so it bakes evenly. The original recipe says it\’s 2 servings but those are HUGE. I bake them in 4 1/2\” ramekins, for 4 servings. The pieces are plenty big to slice through the middle to make a nice big sandwich or 2 slices of toast. Enjoy!

Directions:

Oil the ramekins.

Crush the sunflower seeds or nuts with a rolling pin (or other heavy object), but not so thoroughly crushed as to be unrecognizable. Bits of seeds/nuts will add texture to the bread.

Combine the dry ingredients in a medium-sized bowl. In another bowl, whisk the eggs with the walnut oil. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix well until combined. Divide between the 2 ramekins.

Cook one at a time in the microwave for 1 minute and 20 seconds.

Ingredients

  • 3/4 almond flour
  • 4 T flaxseed meal
  • 2 T toasted sesame seeds (or other seed/nut)
  • 1 1/2 t baking powder
  • 1/4 t salt
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 T honey (optional)
  • 1 1/2 T walnut oil

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I'm a homemaker. I have 5 cats and 2 dogs. I run (or as the kids like to say- 'old lady shuffle'), knit, read and cook. We discovered my daughter was gluten-intolerant when she was 18. And I find I feel better now that our home is gluten free. But, I still don't feel great and really feel that most of it is from the garbage I still put into my body. Gotta work on that. ;)

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Comments (17)

  1. posted by Johanne on January 14, 2013

    Do you think the recipe would work with olive or coconut oil instead of walnut oil? We’re trying switch to a mostly Paleo lifestyle but the pantry isn’t fully stocked yet. :)

  2. posted by jgoshia on January 14, 2013

    Coconut oil might give an odd result but olive, grape seed, walnut, etc will all work just fine. I also mix it up with the sesame seeds. If I’m out, I’ll toast up chia seeds, pecans, walnuts. Whatever I have around. You can also add seasonings if you want it to go with a special meal. Mixing it up keeps you from getting bored with it.

  3. posted by Jamie on January 15, 2013

    Made this tonight & it was amazing! The kids loved it too! Thank you for posting it!

  4. posted by Renee on January 16, 2013

    Any chance getting the nutritional stats on these wonderful recipes?

  5. posted by kathyobrien on January 19, 2013

    Yummmmmm

  6. posted by abgirl on January 20, 2013

    Gorgeous!!! Wonder if it can be frozen?

  7. posted by gemmie02 on January 26, 2013

    .75 c sunflower seeds: 200cal, 5net carbs, 3G fiber, 7g protein
    4T flax meal: 120 cal, 0 net carbs, 8 g fiber, 6g protein
    .75 c almond meal: 480 cal , 9 net carbs, 18g protein
    3 eggs: 210 cal, 18g protein, 0 net carbs
    1T honey: 60 cal, 17 carbs
    1 1/2 T grapeseed oil: 180 cal, o carbs
    —————–
    Makes 8 (1/2 ramekin round servings)
    Whole recipe 1250 cal. 38 net carbs. 98g protein
    1/8 recipe 156 cal. 4.5 net carbs. 12.25g protein

  8. posted by Grandi on February 8, 2013

    Any tips on grilled cheese? When I tried, the bread burned before the cheese even got warm.

  9. posted by Grandi on February 8, 2013

    oh, man, does it taste GOOD, though

  10. posted by gemmie02 on March 1, 2013

    Yes-can be frozen!

  11. posted by Mavis on March 28, 2013

    Thank You,I have bread again! I cannot eat egg yolks so I added 4 egg whites and 1 tsp of “no egg” egg replacer. It turned out beautifully!

  12. posted by Marg on April 12, 2013

    Wasn’t satisfying to the taste buds at all. The aroma

  13. posted by Hava on April 23, 2013

    I don’t have a microwave. Any guess on how this should cook in an oven? Thanks!

  14. posted by kitkitty79 on July 9, 2013

    This was awesome!!! so excited to have found this after many disappointments. Used roasted and salted sunflower seeds and light tasting olive oil. Did as you sugg and used my small ramekins to get 4 servings. Quick and easy lunch (AB&J) for the kiddo at camp where there is no refrig or microwave.

  15. posted by SmileyGirl on July 10, 2013

    This was my first attempt at making paleo bread. I didn’t have walnut oil so I used olive oil. It was simple to make and it came out perfectly. It has a good flavor and it worked perfectly for my grass feed beef burgers last night. One down side, it toasts super quickly and if you don’t watch it, it will burn easily.

  16. posted by anthym on July 20, 2013

    This is by far the BEST paleo bread recipe we’ve tried! It is soooooo good. We replaced the almond flour with tapioca flour as well as the nut oil with macadamia nut oil. We’ve made it twice this weekend and we love it with sunbutter and bananas! Also, we left out the honey, still GOOD. Thank you, you have saved me when i have bread cravings!

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