Helllooooo my long, lost, blog readers! It’s been a while since I managed to get a recipe up on the blog, but I haven’t forgotten you, and finally, I’m back! Things have been crazy-busy here at the QC headquarters in the last six months – but more about that in another post. For now, I just want to quickly share with you my newest paleo bread recipe! Yes, I already have a paleo bread recipe in my cookbook, but it has some ingredients in it that we couldn’t have on the GAPS intro diet, so I made up a new one. This one is not only grain free, yeast free and dairy free (unless you use ghee), it’s also sugar free and starch free. I guess you’re wondering if it tastes like cardboard, aren’t you! I can promise you it doesn’t – I’ve even had the kids’ friends over here munching out on it, so that’s always a good sign!
Note: For those of you wondering what GAPS is, and why we’re doing it, I’ll explain in another blog post – it’s quite a story. I am working on a podcast show with my friend Leah Follett, to share our journey – the whys and wherefores and how to’s – so keep an eye out for that. To make sure you don’t miss out on any of the news coming up, you can subscribe to my newsletter, here. When you subscribe, you will get a link to my free FAQ’s ebook in your confirmation email, with lots of tips for starting out on a healthy, wholefood way of life.
Ok, back to the bread! This recipe is one I’ve been playing with for a little while, and it has a bit of a surprise ingredient that you might not want to tell your kids about… unless of course they love their veggies. My kids are really enjoying it, and it’s so nice to have a grain free bread that’s perfectly delicious after being in the fridge or freezer for days – it doesn’t dry out or get crumbly! And it makes the most amazing toast with avocado, or coconut oil and honey…
And yep, it evens bends without crumbling! Woo hoo!!
So without further ado, here is the recipe – I’ll be back soon to update you all with the latest Quirky news and to catch you up on what’s been happening here, the last few months. And I have heaps more GAPS/paleo-friendly recipes to share with you as well – I can’t wait!
PS. If you don’t have a Thermomix, see the tips at the bottom of the recipe.