• Alex Bovell

Paleo Bread Recipe

Updated: Apr 3, 2019

I recently uploaded a photo on my Instagram with some paleo toast and I had many people message me asking what the recipe was or where I got it from. The first time I brought paleo toast it cost around $13 and I remember thinking this is an absolute joke! So second time around I refused and thought I’d give making my own a crack. Keep in mind I am the WORST baker, every time I attempt at baking a cake it turns into a big mess. If I can make this bread, there’s no doubt in my mind you can too.

I wanted to try paleo bread because of many reasons. It’s not because I follow a Paleo style diet, in fact, I don’t follow any style of diet anymore. However, I do keep in mind macronutrients with all my meals and if I’ve had a high-carbohydrate breakfast: I generally don’t feel like eating a high-carb lunchI’m aware that I probably haven’t really eaten enough protein or healthy fats during the dayI’ve recently considered the gluten and mental health connection due to the brain-gut axis which is a post of its own!

I’ve made a couple of different recipes and adaptions of paleo bread but the main one I’ve been using is this one below. I didn’t really measure all the ingredients so you may have to play with the measurements to get it right.

Paleo Bread Recipe


  • 2 cups almond meal

  • 1 cup coconut flour

  • 6 eggs

  • 4 Tbsp. melted coconut oil

  • 1 tsp. baking powder

  • 1 Tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar

  • 3 Tbsp. LSA

  • add any chopped nuts or seeds that you’ll like


Combine all of the above ingredients, pour into a non-stick tin and bake on low for around 40 minutes.I always let mine cool down completely and then store in the fridge or freezer and slice as requiredUse this as you would any other bread, toasted with some avocado on top is my favourite