Top 10 Grain-free Bread Recipes - Healy Eats Real

Top 10 Grain-free Bread Recipes

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If you are gluten-free or on a grain-free diet, it’s nice to have a grain-free bread alternative every once in a while. I am not grain-free–I avoid gluten for the most part, but still enjoy properly prepared grains (i.e. sprouted or soaked) here and there. However, I still enjoy a nice grain-free bread from time to time and with all these great recipes out there I would say that some of these grain-free recipes are even better than their grain-filled counterparts!

For grain-free baking you’ll need some special ingredients. Most grain-free breads will use one or more of the following ingredients:

I give you (in no particular order of importance) the top 10 grain-free bread recipes! Enjoy!

1. Almond Flax Bread- Healy Real Food Vegetarian (From The Nourished Kitchen Guide to Grain-Free Baking)


This bread stands on it’s own with a wonderfully dynamic, unique and even flavor. The crunchy crust has a hint of sweetness yet the bread works as a savory or sweet treat. You could slather it with butter and jam for the perfect accompaniment to your morning tea or top it with a slice of cheese (where to buy grassfed cheese) for an afternoon snack.

Main ingredients you will need:  

See the full recipe–> Almond Flax Bread

2. Grain-Free Butternut Flatbread- Empowered Sustenance


From Empowered Sustenance: “This healthy bread alternative fits the bill when you crave something–for lack of a better term–bready. Even better, it requires only about 5 minutes of prep!

 If you are on a grain free diet, then you know how comforting it is to have something that can be used for sandwiches. That’s one reason why I’m so excited about this recipe! It works for sweet (think jam or honey) or savory (like guacamole and sliced turkey) sandwich fillings.”

Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Grain-Free Butternut Flatbread

3. Grain-free Bread Rolls- Strands of My Life


From Strands of My Life: “Here is my fabulous grain-free and dairy-free bread. When you are making it, it is all rather foreign feeling because the flours behave quite differently from wheat flour but persist because it will work out. The dough holds together brilliantly but looks more transparent than ordinary dough. It is more gel-like. The rolls take quite a while to cook but brown up nicely.”

Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Grain-free bread rolls

4. Lemon Bread- Primally Inspired


From Primally Inspired: “Some of you may be familiar with the Starbucks lemon loaf: Delightfully lemony and delicious, but full of artificial ingredients, refined sugars and flour. This lemon bread tastes just like it, but this is full of wholesome, real, and good for you ingredients! Score!”

Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Lemon Bread

5. Paleo Flax Tortillas- Real Sustenance


From Real Sustenance: “Tortillas (in my mind) should be nice and soft, easy to bend and wrap. I was never a fan of those dry hard corn ones that broke into a million pieces.  I had a hunch that flax would give me this flexible texture that I was looking for.  I was very pleased with my results.”

Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Paleo Flax Tortillas

6. Grain-free Walnut Shortbread- Grass Fed Girl



Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Grain-free Walnut Shortbread

7. Coconut Flour Banana Bread- Gutsy


From Gutsy: “No too dry but not mushy in the middle. Its JUST right, spongy yet moist! The texture of this coconut flour banana bread reminds me of the kind my mom used to make when I was little.”

Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Coconut Flour Banana Bread

8. Coconut Bread French Toast- Real Food Forager


From Real Food Forager: “Here is a great breakfast comfort food for those lazy mornings over vacation week. The recipe below is a grain-free, dairy-free adaptation of French Toast.”

Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Coconut Bread French Toast

9. Coconut Flour Pumpkin Bread- The Coconut Mama



Main ingredients you will need: 

See the full recipe–> Coconut Flour Pumpkin Bread

10. Coconut Flour Bread- Nourishing Days


From Nourishing Days: “This is a great bread for those who are looking for something gluten free and lower in carbohydrates at the same time. Coconut oil, and coconut products in general, are fantastic for anyone who is looking to lose weight and improve their health. Coconut oil not only increases your metabolism, but it helps keep you feeling full so that you eat less and is an antifungal to boot.”

Main ingredients you will need: 

 See the full recipe–> Coconut Flour Bread

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