Easy Mock “Bread” Recipe (SCD Diet)

Before we get our panties in a bunch, don’t go blasting me over trying to make a “mock bread”.  It is simply for the consistency and convenience in other recipes (sandwiches, french toast etc).  If your uber Paleolithic, then move on.  If not, this is a very simple bread recipe and something I like to make for traveling purposes.  It’s dense, and filling, so it makes a great travel snack and is much better for you than processed protein bars. It’s also very protein rich so it makes a good pre or post workout filler.

You need:

4-1/2 cups almond flour
7 eggs
1 tspn baking soda
1-1/3 cups natural peanut butter

Mix it all together and put into coconut oil greased (small) loaf tins.  Bake for 40 minutes at 375 degrees.


It’s very good with fresh berries or bananas and honey drizzled on top!

4 thoughts on “Easy Mock “Bread” Recipe (SCD Diet)”

    1. I haven’t tried it with almond butter but if you choose the “natural” and organic brand, the PB and almond butter have the same consistency and I bet it would come out great! In fact, I might try it bc this bread does have a very peanut-buttery taste to it (though VERY good), but I bet the almond butter will have a bit of a richer flavor.

    1. Hi Megan,

      You could use ripe bananas, avocado, or any seed butters as well! Cashew and macadamia butters go well, and add a twist of rich flavor to it. My kids love all variations, but be sure you refrigerate the bread right away if you use the fruit as a replacement to the butters.

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