Easy Grain Free Bread

Easy Grain-Free Bread

Jackie’s Tips:

This bread slices and toasts beautifully.  You can use this bread to make french toast, paninis or any of the things you would normally do with bread. This cashew bread also freezes nicely.

I used Whole Foods 365 cashew butter, but there are several different brands available.  Just look for a brand that has cashews as the only ingredient, there shouldn’t be any additives.

Cleaning Tip: Cashew butter is very sticky so after you have transferred batter to pan, put a little water and dish detergent in your food processor or Vitamix and turn on for a few seconds.  This will help do the cleaning for you!

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Cut parchment paper like this to lift out bread after it’s baked. You still have to use an oil or butter to grease your baking pan and grease underneath the parchment paper so it will stick.


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  • 1. Preheat oven to 350
  • 2. Prepare a 9x5 baking dish with coconut oil or butter. It works well if you cut parchment paper and overlap sides to pull bread out. See photo above.
  • 3. Put cashew butter in a Food Processor or a powerful blender like a Vitamix. It will blend a little easier in the Food Processor, but a good blender will work too.
  • 4. Add 5 eggs and mix well- you may need to use a spatula to mix the cashew butter at the bottom
  • 5. Add butter or ghee and apple cider and pulse
  • 6. Add baking soda and sea salt and pulse
  • 7. Transfer batter to prepared pan. Use a spatula to scrape out all the batter
  • 8. Bake at 350 for 38-42 minutes. Start checking at 38 minutes and take out if tester is clean.
  • 9. Cool in pan for 15 minutes and then lift bread out and transfer to a cooling rack for an hour
  • 10. Wrap tightly in plastic wrap and store in fridge for up to a week or freeze.
  • 11. Enjoy!

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I am a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and I also have my Health Coach certification from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I have studied nutrition and wellness for 16 years and ...