This cafe style pecan and date bread is delicious if you can tolerate or are allowed quinoa flour and starches. Not suitable for paleo, GAPS, SCD or Whole30 but great if you are avoiding gluten and grains but are fine with the pseudo cereals.
I’ve been doing a fair bit of reading lately into the Paleo and Primal Diets. This recipe for a paleo friendly bread is a super easy Flaxseed and Almond Meal Bread. It makes up in a few seconds, bakes in 30 minutes and has a great taste and texture.
This pizza base is Grain Free Living’s bread recipe, but spread on a pizza tray and used as a pizza base. Suitable for children with a Salicylate allergy (yep, it’s failsafe). This pizza base is: Gluten Free, nut free, soy free, egg free and dairy free AND it still tastes good! You need an accurate pair of scales for this recipe.
This is a buckwheat flour recipe just perfect for anyone who hates the taste of buckwheat. It tastes amazing, and you could give this to your fussiest eater, including “normal” wheat-eaters and they will love it too. Its healthy enough to have for breakfast toasted or untoasted and “cake-y” enough to have anytime as a treat. Its other big plus: its failsafe, although not recommended for the amine sensitive due to all the bananas!
These bread rolls are like white bread dinner rolls, similar to the Basco Brand bread mix but without the dairy (milk powder) and without the corn-based dextrose. The quantity is enough for 5 or 6 rolls – just enough to have with soup or dinner, but the quantity can easily be doubled to make more. This receipe is Grain-free, gluten-free, milk and butter free and FAILSAFE but does contain egg. Enjoy!!!
This recipe produces the most amazing fruit loaf – great freshly baked with butter or to toast. Yummmm. Updated this recipe to my new and improved version April 2015.
This recipe I use alot a mini quiches as a healthy snack for my two year old or for us. It uses the fast and easy besan flour pastry, you can vary the filling to make as many variations as you like.
Italian “Socca” or Pizza made with chickpea/besan flour. This recipe came from the Good Living section of the Sydney Morning Herald, Dec 6, 2005 (see original recipe here). I have made it many times since and it is incredibly easy and really delicious. Really good vegetarian protein source.
Taken from the Sunday Telegraph, 7 August 2005. This amazing pastry contains no egg just chickpea flour, olive oil, sea salt and cold water and makes a very easy to handle pastry that works well with savoury fillings.
We use this mix for great mini meat or vegetable pies for the kids, also great for sweet tarts such as jam. It cooks well without having to blind bake first. This is another failsafe recipe from Kim. Thanks Kim.