I have 9 of the best Paleo coconut flour bread recipes to share with you. Coconut flour is a great flour to use for a Paleo lifestyle, gluten-free or Clean Eating recipes. Coconut flour is especially good for bread recipes.
Coconut flour has it’s own characteristics so these recipes will only turn out good if coconut flour is used in the recipe. Coconut flour typically tends to need extra liquid for the bread to achieve a good texture and flavor. Don’t try to substitute other kinds of flour, because the bread just won’t have the right consistency.
Coconut flour is great because it is not a refined grain plus it is gluten-free. So if you are looking for good coconut flour bread recipes that are free of gluten and Paleo, then this is a great place to be!
Coconut flour is not just a product for gluten intolerant people but has benefits for everyone! This flour is high in fiber, manganese, lauric, and protein.
I hope these Paleo Coconut Flour Bread recipes are helpful and that you enjoy them and find some that become your favorites.
Here are some answers to some common questions about Paleo Coconut Flour Bread:
Is coconut bread fattening?
I don’t consider coconut bread fattening. Coconut flour is high in protein, fiber, and healthy fats. It’s also low in digestible carbs, low in sugar and lower in calories. On the glycemic index, it has a low score.
What is the healthiest type of flour?
How many carbs are in coconut flour?
Compared to almond flour which has 6 grams of carbs, coconut flour has 16 grams of crabs for the same amount of flour.
Can I use coconut flour instead of all purpose flour?
NO, coconut flour is extremely absorbent compared to any other type of flour. There is no way you can sub coconut flour straight across for any other flour unless you want to gag when you eat whatever you made.
Can coconut flour go bad?
The shelf life of coconut flour is like any other flour. It will keep for a long time, but the longer it sits without being used, the staler it will taste.
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Paleo Coconut Flour Bread Recipes
1. Paleo Sandwich Bread Made with Coconut Flour – My Natural Family
This is the perfect Paleo sandwich bread recipe which in case you haven’t figured it out is really hard to find. I use this bread for all of my sliced bread needs on my Paleo diet. Besides using it for sandwiches, I also use it for stuffing or dressing, french toast or toast. It’s really good as a snack or for lunch or a side dish with almond butter or your favorite nut butter on it. Give this bread a try you won’t be sorry you tried it.
2. Sandwich Bread – A Clean Bake
The recipe says to use canola oil, almond oil or grape seed oil, I suggest using coconut oil. Don’t you dare use canola oil, there is no way on earth it is Paleo. This is her modified recipe so she could take out the need for tapioca starch and tweaked so it would not be too gummy or flavorless. This is a good option for sandwiches as well!
3. Bread Recipe – Drop the Sugar
In this bread recipe, they use a combination of coconut flour and almond flour. Typically coconut flour will make a dry bread and almond flour will make a really moist bread, so Drop the Sugar, decided to create a recipe with both flours to balance out the moisture of the bread.
4. Sandwich Bread – Nourished and Nurtured
This recipe uses both coconut flour and almond flour, which creates a light texture and is not super heavy or dense like a lot of coconut flour bread recipes. This is a good grain-free bread option.
5. Low Carb Bread – Cook it Up Paleo
This recipe is for a paleo baguette loaf. This recipe is a good option for someone who eats paleo and needs a low carb diet as well. This recipe uses psyllium husk powder which comes from psyllium seed and it soaks up a lot of moisture and is a great source of fiber.
6. The BEST Sandwich Bread – Baked Ambrosia
This paleo bread recipe is as simple as mixing the ingredients together and then in 5-10 minutes, you have a fresh loaf of homemade in the oven. This bread is a good option for families with more than one food restriction as it is gluten free, grain free, yeast free, and low carb.
7. Coconut Flour Loaf Bread – Health Extremist
There is nothing better than a homemade loaf of bread with your favorite spread and toppings on it. This is bread is a good twist on a traditional loaf of bread which uses coconut flour and egg whites to help with the texture and density of the bread.
8. Coconut Flour Bread – Leelalicious
9. Coconut Flour Psyllium Husk Bread – Low Carb Yum
Here is another low carb recipe that uses a combination of coconut flour and psyllium husk as the main ingredients. It helps balance the recipe out if you are looking for a not so strong of an eggy taste.