Paleo Flax Sandwich Bread

Hmm….you may be thinking that this is quite a contradiction…well my friend you have read correctly, PALEO…SANDWICH…BREAD! =) I have been making this bread for a loooooong time, with multiple variations, additions, etc. I don’t know why I have waiting this long to post the recipe!! (Maybe I just wanted to keep posting pictures of it & you be jealous?!?!! GASP!) Well, the time has come & I’m ready to play nice…WAH! Flax is the main component of this recipe & has many awesome benefits! Flax is loaded with fiber, about 8 grams per TBSP! (Beware newbies…this makes you quite regular! ;)) Flax also is a plant source of Omega-3! SUPER AWESOME! It has also been linked to reducing the risk of breast cancer in women & prostate cancer in men! Um…need I say more?!? START EATING!!!! I’m ready to share now ;))

BREAD

Paleo Flax Sandwich Bread:

2 cups reg or golden flax meal (or 1 cup flax, 1 cup almond flour, this gives your bread a more milder taste which may be more enjoyable=))

5 beaten organic eggs

1 TBSP baking powder

1 TSP sea salt

1/2 cup water

1/3 cup EVOO (or oil of choice!)

Herbs of choice (optional)

Preheat oven to 350. In one bowl beat your eggs, add your other wet ingredients. In a larger bowl add your dry ingredients. Add wet to dry & combine with whisk! Let sit for one minute to thicken. Grease a 9×13 baking sheet & pour mixture onto sheet. Bake for 20 minutes until golden! Let cool & cut into bread slices! (Whatever size & however you want!)

I typically use this bread for sandwiches, chicken, turkey, tomato, mustard…..or even egg sandwiches! I also sometimes toast a piece, put some sunbutter & bananas on it! YUM!

&& there you have it folks…bread in a paleo world…magical isn’t it?! ❤

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