7 Grain-Free Alternatives to Bread, Tortillas, and More
Barely Bread Everything Bagel
The folks at Barely Bread swap wheat flour for a mix of almond, seed, and coconut flours, turning them into healthy loaves with great texture. They're totally grain-free and come in a variety of flavors (plain, cinnamon raisin, etc.) and shapes (sliced loaf, baguette, bagel, roll), but we're partial to the everything bagel.
Siete Cassave & Chia Tortillas
Banza Chickpea Pasta Mac and Cheese
With 18 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber in each serving, this mac and cheese isn't just grain-free (the pasta is made from chickpea flour), it also has a major nutritional edge over the typical boxed stuff.
Mikey's English Muffins
With no gluten, grains, soy, or dairy, these English muffins are made with just six ingredients (and that includes water and salt). In addition to plain, they also come in cinnamon raisin and toasted onion.
Purely Elizabeth Banana Nut Butter Grain-Free Granola
Salty-sweet and full of crunch, this base of this banana nut granola is nuts, seeds, and pureed banana. It's lightly sweetened with coconut sugar and boasts 5 grams of protein per serving. (You can also control the ingredients and flavors by making your own homemade granola—here are 6 recipes to get you started.)
Julian Bakery Paleo Pizza Crust Mix
Make pizza night grain-free by baking this DIY Paleo crust that's made from almond and arrowroot flours, powdered pumpkin, egg whites, and xanthan gum. Then load it up with healthy toppings. (You could even put your grill to good use before summer ends with these 8 Incredible Ways to Make Healthy Grilled Pizza.)
Explore Cuisine Organic Edamame Spaghetti
With the texture of pasta and the flavor of edamame, Explore Cuisine's edamame spaghetti is packed with protein, fiber, and iron. And with just one ingredient (organic edamame), what you see is what you get.