This is another recipe I made during my cooking marathon the night before we left on our international road trip east.
I baked this Garlic Onion Paleo Bread loaf, wrapped it in foil after letting it rest a bit and transferred it to the fridge.
It became our paleo toast when we ate it for breakfast the next couple mornings.
But this wasn’t the first time I had made this loaf of paleo bread. A week prior to leaving, I was looking for some bread to serve with an egg salad I had prepared and that’s when I first whipped together this loaf recipe.
I originally baked that loaf in a glass baking dish and it came out soft and fluffy as you can see below.
Then I decided to make another batch and bring it to a dinner & game night with our friends.
This time I decided to increase the serving size. But, that’s when ratios and baking mumbo-jumbo tends to get involved and so my end result was not as good as the first batch (it was more crumbly and dry) but everyone still loved the flavor.
So I attempted to make the loaf a third time, because I wanted to nail it down and share the recipe with y’all. However, the third time around I made this loaf using my mini metal baking dish. That means I had made the “same loaf” three different times, three different ways! Gah!
No consistency makes it really hard to compare. :p
On top of changing the ingredients and the pans used, the third time I made this paleo bread loaf I didn’t get to try it until the next day when it was already cold. That means I couldn’t really compare the flavor to the previous batches.
So….what does that mean for you?
Well, I guess you have some options! No matter which type of bread pan you own, you can use whatever you’ve got. :)
I can tell you that the flavor is great! That may have been the only constant throughout all three of my trials.
Jeff loved it the first time around and I let our Detroit hosts try a couple slices of the warmed up day old bread, while we were munching on it for breakfast in their kitchen (that’s the image you see above). And they really enjoyed it as well!
Just be sure to eat it warm, fresh out of the oven because that’s when it tastes the best.