Candida Diet Garlic Rosemary Paleo Bread

Candida Diet Garlic Rosemary Paleo Bread

A delicious and hearty Candida Diet Bread Recipe. This Garlic Rosemary Paleo Bread makes a tasty snack and is gluten, grain and yeast free.

Candida Diet Bread Recipe

Yes, you can follow a Paleo or Candida diet and eat your bread too. It just takes getting familiar with some different ingredients, but once you know what to use, all of your bread cravings can be satisfied while still sticking to your specialty diet.

Garlic Rosemary Bread

Ingredients, old and new

Typically bread is made up of flour, water, salt and yeast. The flour usually being white or wheat, both which contain gluten.  The thing is, on a paleo diet grains are not permitted.  Therefore,  white and wheat flour, barley, spelt and even brown rice should all be avoided. So, for this bread recipe almond meal is at the base, accompanied by coconut flour and flaxseed meal.  And all of these ingredients are a green light on both a Paleo and a Candida diet and can be purchased at most grocery stores like Trader Joes, Sprouts and Whole Foods.

As a bonus, the upgrade in these flours makes this bread high in protein and fiber, which means they’ll help keep you full and satisfied.

Fits a Candida Diet too!

This bread is also free of yeast and sugar making it fit a Candida Diet too. The yeast in bread is what makes it rise, so you’ll notice that this bread is dense and hearty, but it’s still delicious and would make a perfect snack or side to soup. Personally, I love this bread smeared with grass-fed butter and served with Creamy Carrot, Ginger Soup.  Are you getting hungry yet…

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Equipment and Specialty Ingredients For This Recipe:

Garlic Rosemary Paleo Bread Recipe

Garlic, Rosemary Paleo Bread

Paleo | Anti-Candida | Gluten-Free
Course Side Dish, Snack
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes


  • 1 cup almond meal (not flour)
  • 1/2 cup coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup ground flaxseed meal
  • 1 teaspoon  sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon  baking soda
  • 1 Tablespoon  fresh rosemary minced
  • 6-8 cloves fresh garlic minced
  • 5 eggs
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 1 Tablespoon  apple cider vinegar


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Grease a glass loaf pan.
  2. In a bowl sift together the almond meal, coconut flour, ground flax or chia seeds, sea salt, baking soda, rosemary and garlic.  In a separate bowl whisk together the 5 eggs, olive oil and apple cider vinegar.  Mix the wet ingredients into the dry until well combined.
  3. Pour your batter into the greased loaf pan and place on the middle rack in your oven.  Bake for about 40 - 50 minutes.  Until it is firm to the touch and golden brown on top.
  4. Let cool for about 5 - 10 minutes before removing from loaf pan.  Finish cooling on a cooling rack...or slice and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

*This bread should be stored in the fridge and will last for about 5 - 7 days, or can be pre-sliced and stored in the freezer for a month!

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10 thoughts on “Candida Diet Garlic Rosemary Paleo Bread”

    • Hi Taryn
      If you use additional almond meal to replace the flax it should be fine, I’d add just a touch more olive oil (1 – 2 Tbs.) just to keep it nice and moist. Let me know how it turns out!!!

    • Hi Cobie,
      You could try adding more almond meal. The recipe calls for 1/2 cup flaxseed meal, I’d add 1/2 cup more almond meal. Hope this helps!

  • Can I replace the coconut flour with grounded coconut flakes or with something else?

    • If you don’t have coconut flour on hand or can’t find it in the stores, you could try subbing almond flour (NOT MEAL) in place. Coconut flour is very absorbent so you need to find something that is comparable. If you’re not allergic or avoiding soy, soy flour would work too. You could try ground shredded coconut into a flour, but it may turn into a coconut butter.

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