Paleo French Toasts are a fun, easy, and delicious sweet breakfast recipe perfect to fix your bread craving. These French toast are made 100% gluten-free, grain-free, and clean-eating approved bread.
If you love coconut flour, almond meal, eggs, you will be amazed by this paleo French toast recipe.
My kids LOVE French Toasts. Plus, I had a French Brunch this weekend, and some of my friends eat paleo! So it was a great surprise to serve those Paleo French toast. I used my keto bread loaf recipe as it contains fewer carbs.
But I tried a new bread for the kids. I was lucky to get my hands on the new Paleo Almond Turmeric Cricket Bread from Home St.
I absolutely love its yellow color, and the texture looks exactly like regular bread – amazing for a grain-free bread!
It made perfect bread as a French toast base. It soaks up the egg mixture pretty well and won’t break at all. This recipe is inspired by my mum’s classic french toast recipe.
I simply swap regular milk for coconut milk and used coconut oil instead of butter. So all you need are a few basic ingredients:
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If you are a paleo lover, you will LOVE this new bread from Home Street. It is not a regular Paleo Bread. It is a light, fluffy and moist almond paleo bread with a beautiful yellow color.
It is called ‘Almond Turmeric Cricket Bread.’ The first time I saw this bread, I wasn’t sure I read it well. Cricket? Is that real cricket flour in that bread? Yes, it is—an interesting way to boost your protein and keep full for longer.
I served these paleo french toast in two ways, on a plate or as a stack with banana slices between each bread slice and strawberries on top.
Not the healthiest tips on earth: the Best French Toast Recipe soak in maple syrup, so don’t refrain too much 🙂 Healthy tips now: add some coconut flour on top to decorate, skip the icing sugar!
I hope you enjoyed this simple paleo french toast recipe. Have a lovely time in the kitchen!
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