Looking for a way to make sandwiches without the carbs and gluten? This cloud grain-free easy bread recipe is the perfect way to hold your favorite things together and make you feel like you are not missing out on one of your favorite foods: a sandwich!
This Peaches and Cream Bread is one that’s hard to keep around! You might want to bake two – don’t say I didn’t warn you.
When time allows, I love to make some homemade snacks at the beginning of the week for my kids to munch on. That way, instead of reaching for the chips in the pantry (which are an occasional treat), I can tell them to grab the snacks that I’ve made – which are always healthier than anything you can get at the store!
It can be as simple is prepping some veggies with ranch or making no-bake bites, but I like to go above and beyond when I can. Enter this bread – the perfect treat for after school! My kids love this Peaches and Cream Bread almost as much as my famous blueberry bread from The Best Homemade Kids’ Lunches on the Planet. Like I said, it’s hard to keep a loaf around for more than a day or two.
I love when my kids help me bake this bread; the moments we spend in the kitchen together are some of my favorite. I hope you get to make this Peaches and Cream Bread with your kids and make them very happy when snack time comes around!
Need more easy and healthy snack ideas? Check out my cookbook The Best Homemade Kids’ Snacks on the Planet!
This recipe is from Laura’s cookbook, The Best Homemade Kids’ Snacks on the Planet.
Tired of making the same sandwiches for lunch? Mix things up by adding Greek Chicken Flatbreads to your rotation!
Falling into the sandwich rut of lunch packing is an easy thing to do. We’ve all been there. After so many days of making lunches, sometimes we just need quick and easy. Sometimes, quick and easy can be even better than a sandwich, AND come from dinner time leftovers!
That’s exactly what these Greek Chicken Flatbreads can be for you. Simple, familiar ingredients make this a great dinner; roasted chicken, romaine, cucumber and tomato with a creamy hummus dressing, all wrapped together in a soft flatbread or grain-free pita. Left overs make a delicious lunch that’s sure to get you out of that sandwich rut!
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Have you ever wanted to make your own grain-free sandwich bread?
This recipe is so easy to make, you can whip it up right in your blender.
I know how hard it is to come up with lunch ideas your kids will love. As a mom of three kids myself, it seem that someone is always complaining about something. In addition, I have a partial grain-free/Paleo household, a gluten-free son, and a dairy-free son. Coming up with a single recipe that we can all enjoy is always a challenge.
Of course, this is a challenge I am willing to take on. The Grain-Free Meal Plan is filled with the recipes my family loves and with tips on how to make real food happen in a busy household.
If you are following a grain-free lifestyle, giving up the familiar sandwich can be tough, especially when it comes to packing school lunches—and the morning toast, and the bread and butter with dinner—okay, okay. You know what I mean, clearly.
One of the things I LOVE about this recipe is that the batter comes together inside your blender! If you don’t have a high-powered blender (such as a Vitamix or Blendtec), you might want to try your food processor. A regular blender is not going to get through it easily.
Do you miss grilled sandwiches? No more! This grain-free bread will grill!! This.is.huge. It grills in the morning and stays crispy until lunch. I know, because I’ve tested it for weeks!
That morning butter and jelly toast we love so much? You can toast this bread with no problem! See? Crispy and delicious.
What’s more, I give you a nut-free alternative recipe as well just in case your child attends a nut-free school. The recipe is fully Paleo too!
Update: here is a 7×3 bread pan. Please make sure the right size is selected.
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• A 7×3 inch pan is a must. If you make this in a traditional bread loaf pan the bread will be shorter and over-cooked at 45minutes. You can find a loaf pan here:
• You can substitute sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds for cashews for a nut-free alternative.
When you use sunflower seeds, your bread will turn “green” – just a heads up.
• The only other nuts that will work with this recipe are walnuts. The bread is quite dark and very “earthy” tasting. All other substitutions are your own risk.