5 Minute Perfect Paleo Sandwich Bread


We’re headed into the fall and one of the best things is roasted meat. You know—roast chicken, roast beef, roast pork, all the best things about cooler weather. And after the meal, what to do with the left-over meat? Sandwiches of course!

But if you’re on a gluten free or paleo lifestyle like I am, sandwiches are tough. Of course you can do a lettuce wrap. I like those, especially in the summer. But for cold weather, I like something a little heartier. And this bread fills the bill.

If you’re looking for a giant slice of bread, this isn’t going to be it. But taken as is, it’s tasty, holds together well, (especially lightly toasted), and easy to make. So give this a try. You’ll be glad you did.

Note: I took this recipe from the Paleo and Gluten Free Eats website. Find more tasty recipes there at https://paleoglutenfree.com/recipes/5-min-perfect-paleo-sandwich-bread/

5 Minute Perfect Paleo Sandwich Bread


Bread Pan, 4.5 X 8.5 inches

Parchment Paper

Mixing Bowl

1 Cup Measuring cup

1/2 Cup Measuring cup

Measuring Spoons

Large Spoon



1 1/2 Cup Almond Flour

3 Tablespoons Psyllium Husk Powder

2 Teaspoons Baking Powder

4 Large Eggs

1 Teaspoon Sea Salt

1/2 Cup Apple Sauce

1/4 Cup Coconut Oil


Preheat oven to 400F. Line the bread pan with parchment paper. Note: I sprayed the pan with cooking spray first as it helps keep the parchment paper in place.

Combine all of the ingredients together in a food processor (or by hand). Blend until the batter becomes smooth. Note: I just used a mixing bowl and a large spoon. I didn’t even melt the coconut oil first.


Pour that dough (it’s a thick batter) into the lined loaf pan and cook on 400F for 30 minutes until golden brown on top.


NOTE: I let the bread cool in the pan for about 15 minutes, then take it out and let it cool to room temp before peeling off the parchment paper and putting into a gallon storage bag. I store it in the refrigerator as I don’t eat the bread very fast to keep it from going bad quickly.

Enjoy your bread as toast, sandwiches or even to make croutons for your salads.

Thanks for stopping by Chicklets in the Kitchen. Do you have a favorite bread to serve family or guests? Please tell us about it in the comments box below if you feel so inclined.

My name is Connie Cockrell and I write SciFi, Fantasy, Mysteries, and a lot of other things and you can find links to all of my books at www.ConniesRandomThoughts.com.

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