RECIPE: Coconut Flour Bread
1/2 cups ghee (or butter) (I used coconut oil and butter to get 1/2 cup, sounded like a good idea!)
1-2 tablespoon honey, depending on taste (I used 2 tablespoons agave)
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 cup coconut flour
has happened to me. After the bread is in the pan, chuck it into your preheated 350 degree oven and then you have to wait a brutal 40 min!
I realized I actually could have made this St. Patty's Day bread if I had some green food coloring, but oh well, maybe I'll make some Easter Bread. Green bread would kinda freak me out. After the 40 min, plus another 15 min of waiting it for to cool I was ready to take it out of the pan. The top and edges looked nice and crusty and I couldn't wait to taste it. The bread is definitely more on the dense side, but stays together really well. The bread has a more dry taste, but flavor is much closer to bread. Event though it was a bit dry, the eggs and honey gave it some moistness (think i just made up that word) and I thought it taste great, even just by itself! Though I really can't have more than one or two small pieces since they are hearty pieces!
|You can see its dense, but its good!|
Not sure which bread I like more, coconut or almond, but they are too totally different breads and since the coconut bread was more dense and stayed together I tried it as French Toast this morning! I only had one slice, but that is all I needed and it was good! The bread didn't suck up as much as the egg mixture as I wanted, but with some butter and a little maple syrup I was pretty darn happy to start my day off with Paleo french toast and bacon!
|My piece of Coconut Bread French Toast!|
Looking for another bread recipe, here ya go. Let me know how it goes, it might just be what you need after a day of drinking ;-).