Looking for an awesome Paleo loaf recipe that is super-easy to make? You have found it.
We love Paleo, mainly because it directs people back to whole foods, focusing on nutrient-dense ingredients, sourced primarily from vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds. There is a common (mis)belief that a Paleo is just an excuse to eat lots of meat but you don’t actually need to eat to any more. We also don’t fully agree that you shouldn’t eat legumes! This Paleo loaf is packed with nuts and seeds, with added egg & a touch of salt. You’ll love it!
This loaf is so good that it would be a welcome addition to any low-carb diet, including the awesome UltraLite Weight Management Program.
This Paleo loaf is firm. You might even say “solid” and it holds together really well. It is also really quick and easy to put together, just one hour to bake
Paleo Loaf Recipe
2 cups nuts (You choose. We used 1 cup almonds, 1/4 cup Brazils, 1/2 cup cashews)
1 cup flaxseed (OR 3/4 cup flaxseed and 1/4 cup Chia seed)
3 cups mixed seeds (we used 1 cup each of pumpkin kernels, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds)
1/3 cup oil (eg avocado or olive oil)
1 1/2 tsp salt
Turn your oven on to 180 deg C. Line a loaf tin with baking paper.
Mix all ingredients together well in a large bowl.
Tip into your lined loaf tin.
Bake at 180deg C for 1 hour
Tip out and allow to cool.
Slice very thinly with a very sharp knife.
Congratulations! Your Paleo loaf supplies the following nutrients. In addition, it is packed with fibre, polyunsaturated fats, (including some essential ones), calcium (almonds), and also provides selenium, vitamin E and lots more.
NOTE: this is a very solid loaf. Slice thinly and enjoy with a savoury topping. You might also like to try it with a cacao-coco spread, for real indulgence!