Loafing Around? Try this Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Paleo Bread

Calling all culinary cave-dwellers! If you’re enjoying the health benefits of eating Paleo, but find yourself craving a hot, fresh slice of bread every now and then, this is the recipe for you. (And for those of you keen to take that shiny new bread maker for a test run, this is a great and healthy place to start.)

Instead of ordinary wheat flour, this bread is made with flax meal and almond flour, so it packs a nutritional punch and has a great slightly nutty flavour. Plus it’s full of healthy goodies like coconut oil, honey and apple cider vinegar – this recipe, from The Paleo Mom blog, is a really wholesome treat your whole family will love.

Yeast-Based Paleo Bread



  1. Mix the water, eggs, flax meal, salt, honey and apple cider vinegar together in the bottom of your bread machine pan. Use a fork to make sure the eggs and flax are well-mixed.
  2. Let the mixture sit for 2 minutes.
  3. Add the coconut oil, almond flour, tapioca and arrowroot. Sprinkle the active yeast on top (or follow the specific instructions included with your bread machine).
  4. Make the loaf using the whole wheat cycle of your bread maker. Remove promptly when ready, and enjoy fresh!


  • Be extra-careful when measuring your ingredients to make sure you get an accurate mix.
  • Follow the instructions on your bread machine for best results.


Check out The Paleo Mom to find out more about gluten-free, grain-free eating and a load of tasty recipes to try. Browse our gluten-free food selection to find your ingredients. Happy baking!

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