Apple Cinnamon Paleo Bread Mariel Lewis March 14, 2013 American, Baked Goods, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Fall, Gluten Free, Paleo, Soy Free, Treats, Vegetarian 18 Comments I love making people happy. I love to create. I love to share. I love to feed. When you add all of those up, what do you get? Bread making time! You may be thinking…”moooore bread recipes?!” Well. Yes! I just can’t say it enough…I LOVE bread! But doesn’t everyone? Don’t you? I am gonna share with you yet another super-keeper recipe. It’s sweet, nutty, moist, crunchy and gluten-free (but so is everything else that’s Paleo! Gotta love it!) Doesn’t that bread description just make your mouth water? Well, how about you bake some now! Take a trip to the grocery store, get all the ingredients you need, put your apron on and turn that oven of yours on! Let’s bake this Apple Cinnamon Paleo Bread together, shall we? Let me tell you, this bread is a perfect pairing for your morning/afternoon coffee. If you’re not too much of a coffee fan, pair it up with chai tea or with your favorite herbal tea. It will not disappoint. Get the full recipe here! 18 Responses Laura Dembowski March 17, 2013 I am so interested by these paleo treats that look so yummy and decadent! This sounds like it has great flavor. Mariel Lewis November 3, 2013 If you make it, let us know what you think! Sandy March 18, 2013 When do you add the Pecans? Mariel Lewis March 18, 2013 When you pour your bread mixture into the pan, top the mixture with pecans before placing it in the oven! Amy March 30, 2013 Just made these– They are yummy! and very satisfying. Next time I’ll try more pecans. Mariel Lewis November 3, 2013 Yay! Glad you liked it, Amy! Good call on adding more pecans. 😉 Kati September 2, 2013 Is it 1/2 teaspoon baking soda or 1/2 tablespoon? The ingredients just say ½ baking soda. Thanks! Mariel Lewis September 3, 2013 Hey Kati. It’s just a 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda. Thanks for the heads up, I appreciate it! Yvonne March 27, 2014 Hi, this looks and sounds gorgeous. I’m going to make this this evening. The coconut flour, is that shreaded coconut or is it more finer like flour? I will most likely have to go to a specialized health shop for it. Also 350 degrees, that seems very high, I don’t know if my fan cooker even goes to this temperature. thanks for sharing Mariel Lewis March 27, 2014 Hi Yvonne! Thanks for your comment. The coconut flour is more of a finer flour. You can probably order it on Amazon! 😉 Tegzta April 8, 2014 350 degrees is very high – my oven only goes to 300 degrees celsius. Sure it wont burn the bottom of the bread? Mariel Lewis April 8, 2014 Hi there. I baked mine at 350 degrees and the bread did not burn. Alyssa May 8, 2014 I think she is going by Fahrenheit. In Celsius that would be 176.7°C Alyssa May 8, 2014 If you set it for 300°C you could have a fire on your hands. Mariel Lewis May 11, 2014 300 degrees Fahrenheit Anna Phillips June 2, 2014 This sounds amazing but my son is allergic to eggs. What would you think of substituting applesauce for the eggs? Mariel Lewis June 9, 2014 Hi Amanda! I have personally not subbed applesauce for eggs in this recipe before…but I say: give it a shot! You’ve got nothing to lose. Let me know how it works! Sandra August 1, 2014 Hi I love the sound of your recipes and would love to try them, but I do not understand the measurements – I am from England and we don’t use ‘cups’ as measures over here. How much, in ounces or tablespoons is 1 cup?