You know that gorgeous bun on the front cover of my new cookbook, Ditch the Wheat! People have been drooling over it for awhile. The Paleo Sandwich Bun recipe is a ridiculously easy recipe to make. You just mix the ingredients together and then pour it into the molds and bake! I’m going to share it with you today!!! This is an exclusive sneak peek recipe from my new cookbook.
The cookbook is being sold at Costco stores across North America! Drop by, pick up your copy and tag me in the photo. I would love to share it on Instagram.
Almond butter gives this grain-free Paleo sandwich bun recipe a slight nutty taste, but it’s also the reason for the lightness of the buns. The texture is very breadlike. Note that these buns require a mold. You can use mason jar rings for slightly smaller buns or English muffin molds for larger buns.
Here’s the Paleo sandwich bun photographed with the Smoky Pineapple Pulled Pork (p.g. 246) from the Ditch the Wheat cookbook.
Paleo Sandwich Bun (Paleo Hamburger Bun) Recipe from the Ditch the Wheat Cookbook
3 large eggs
1⁄4 cup tapioca flour
1⁄4 cup arrowroot flour
1⁄4 cup extra virgin coconut oil
1 tablespoon raw honey
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
1⁄2 teaspoon baking soda
1⁄8 teaspoon fine sea salt
1 large egg white
1 tablespoon white sesame seeds
- Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Place 6 wide-mouth mason jar rings or 4 English muffin rings on the baking sheet.
- Using a
stand mixer, mix together all the ingredients except the egg white and sesame seeds.
- Pour the batter into the 6 mason jar rings, filled to just below the rim, or fill 4 English muffin rings halfway. Brush the egg white over the tops of the buns and sprinkle with the sesame seeds.
- Bake for 15 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the middle of a bun comes out dry.
- Allow the buns to cool, then remove them from the molds. Cut off any excess dough that spilled over the molds during baking.
- Store the buns in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days, or store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
6 wide-mouth mason jar rings or 4 English muffin rings (can purchase here)
There’s so many baked good recipes in the cookbook!
It’s a general Paleo cookbook so you’ll find a bit of everything! Here’s just some of the baked goods.
Left to right: Vegetable Crackers, Fruit Filled Muffins, Banana Muffins, Tortillas, Bagels, Paleo Bread, Paleo Sandwich Buns (that are also on the cover), Cinnamon Buns, Carrot Cake Cupcakes (with a dairy-free icing), Morning Glory Muffins, Sweet Potato Biscuits, Nut-Free Pie Crust.
More Praise for the Ditch the Wheat cookbook!
@paleokitchenbabe on Instagram says, “Speechless. This morning I made egg sandwiches with @ditchthewheat‘s everything bagels. And they are everything! So so good. If you are thinking about buying her cookbook- absolutely do it!”
@paleokitchenbabe is ambitious! She loves to cook & bake from the cookbook. I’ve really been enjoying seeing all of her creations. She shared a picture of the cinnamon buns from the cookbook. This recipe is a little harder to make because you have to work with frozen dough (I know it sounds weird but it works. Trust me!).
I shared a picture of the pizza crust from the cookbook (p.g. 256). It’s a nut-free pizza crust and it’s really delicious!!! You’ll love it.
People are really loving the bagel recipe!!! I keep getting tagged on Instagram from people that are soooo happy they can enjoy a good bagel again. @scyllashiva says “Well I’ll be damned!!! These are incredible #bagels !!! @ditchthewheat THANK YOU!!! My kids are psyched!“ These bagels are very easy to make. You just mix together the ingredients and pour into a donut mold. The bagels don’t taste like normal “Paleo” bagels. They are chewy like a regular bagel. They have a really great texture and likeness. Enjoy!