I Tried Making Bread With Sweet Potatoes Instead of Flour | Paleo Bread


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This sweet potato bread is like thanksgiving in a loaf pan, you’re welcome. Holiday feels, here we come!! This is how I tried to make bread using sweet potatoes. Tastes like pumpkin pie, but BREAD. Also happens to be gluten free, dairy free, and refined sugar free- so you can eat this for breakfast!
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29 thoughts on “I Tried Making Bread With Sweet Potatoes Instead of Flour | Paleo Bread

    Vagabond Mango

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Omg I accidentally did something similar, haha! I did it with butternut squash. Tried to make a squash casserole so I thought I should try adding some coconut flour and I had cooked my squash already, then I mixed it with eggs and baked it and it came out like bread. I slightly sweetened it with coconut sugar. It came out like a freaking cake! And no sweet potato taste, which I am so sick of, lol

    tim

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Any idea on the macronutrients

    Hot Springs Dominique

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    I'm going to try this. Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing! I've used a less sweet recipe to make this bread for breakfast. Perfect with a fried egg and avocado slices.😁

    Look Like Famous

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Good Job!

    Mairi Stewart

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Hmm. Bet it would be good baked in a muffin pan.

    Micha Will

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Really appreciate you getting straight to the point and focusing on the food not yourself, both in the commentary and tutorial. Very efficient. I look forward to trying this. Subbed.

    Paty M.

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    That is sweet potato souffle 😉 Nice idea

    Wiet Wildeman

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    aren't you measuring in centimeters?

    변에리

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    I don't like sweet potato can I use regular potato instead ?

    Kimberly Smith

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Get a knife sharpener. I was taught to use one at 12! Don't waste a knife and buy new ones or spend your cash pointlessly.

    susana rossini

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    I’m saving recipes under “ healthy breads “ . Yours definitely made the cut . You got me at “ ginormous “ , my fav word !

    Anna Savreh

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Hi can i do steaming instead of baking in an oven?

    Gone Fishin

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    How would you make hamburger buns?

    Asia S M

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    This is cake 🍰

    l.m. Getz

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    What can I use in place of all those eggs? I'm allergic to them?? Help??

    Keylanos Lokj

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    why do you put the skin of the sweetpotato?

    Valeria Bustos

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    I don’t have pumpkin spice what could I replace it with ?

    Dan L

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Wow I am excited to try your recipes. Can’t believe I didn’t see you earlier – gotta maybe try some marketing and find hotter keywords for folks trying to live healthier and you’ll have tons more subscribers – it’s all about knowing that yt algorithm! I work from home and it’s only because of Skillshare – I suggest trying it if you haven’t already – first 60 days are free or like $1 or something – (it’s like YouTube for teachers/students).

    Not trying to tell you how to run your channel, I’d just love to see you with more subscribers cause you obviously deserve it! These are life changing and life saving recipes, no exaggeration! This coming from a guy who used to have an “incurable” autoimmune disease 🙌

    Will write back with results after making some of these paleo treats (I’m probs going for the pumpkin donuts first!)- cheers!

    PaPaJoe Cooking

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    I’m not being a smarty pants and a know it all just a friendly tip:
    1st you were using a fillet knife. The blade is thin you need a wide blade knife such as a butcher knife. When you push down it gives the knife more power to cut through the hard potato. In other words trying to cut a tree down with a steak knife instead of an axe.
    2nd if you have a flat four sided oil bottle with a spout you can tilt the bottle slightly lay your knife sharp edge against the flat surface of the bottle. With a slight tilt towards the cutting edge slice down the bottle from heel of blade to tip as if trying to slice a thin slice of cheese. The turn the knife sharp edge facing you slice upward from heel to tip and slice a thin slice upward.
    This will not sharpen your knife but if it has any sharpness to it do this will hone (fine tune) the edge of the knife.
    Slice down then slice up even amounts of time,,,,,,4 down,,,,,,4 up.
    Another trick for your scissors. If they are dull and won’t cut paper. Get a tobasco bottle or a glass steak bottle. The area right near the bottom side of where there is a gap between the cap and a ring around the bottle. Hold the bottle as if pouring out a drop the other hand,,,,,,,open the scissors and place the neck of the bottle in between the blades. Using a open and close action as if you are trying to cut the neck of the bottle. Go from hinge to tip several times with hard pressure. Now open and close the scissors not on the bottle you will here a crunch noise. That is shavings coming off. Now cut some paper. If you did it enough you should be able start you cut then push the scissors cutting the paper without opening and closing. Good luck!
    Thank you for sharing your videos.

    Rhonda fouch

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Brown Lakanto with coconut butter would be great too

    Rhonda fouch

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Would using baked white sweet potato work and take less time?

    Perps Fred

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    your knife is to thin

    67Stu

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Brilliant!
    Unfortunately, I an't eat eggs. Perhaps you can recommend a substitute. What about psyllium husk powder?
    I love the Pyrex pan. Looks like an heirloom from the 1970s, when Pyrex was truly Pyrex, and made in The U.S.A.
    I agree with you on the pumpkin pie spice, and I've tried many. The Trader Joe's one is definitely the best one there is! Unfortunately, it's a seasonal product.

    MaZEEZaM

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Well, it doesn't look like the sort of bread you would make a sandwich with, more like a cake especially given it must be sweet with the maple syrup used but it does look nice as a cake. Btw, by the looks of it you are using a boning knife to cut veggies, that is a very hard, narrow knife which really won't help in cutting veggies, how sharp it is also makes a huge difference, particularly on safety, a sharp knife is a safe knife as you require much less pressure to cut through something so you have much more control with a sharp knife as it requires much less pressure to cut.

    Arik H-k

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Could you possibly do a muffin for this recipe? I wonder how long for the bake. I'm going to have to give it a try. PS. I agree about seasonings. Not 1 is the same.

    Cori

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    This was honeslty one of the best things I've made in a long time. I love this texture! I measured the potato by watching the video and then filling my food processor to about how full yours looks. A weight would definitely be helpful in the future. Anyways, I followed your recipe to a T except (ugh sorry) I used erythritol granulated sweetener for the coconut sugar since I had some leftover from cooking for someone else. It worked great! I'll make this again and again.

    Rhawnie Mejia

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    This looks amazing, I'm excited to try it. I'm wondering since you added the syrup at the end for the additional moisture do you think leaving out the coconut sugar would still leave it sweet enough? Thanks for the recipe

    Lisa Salisbury

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Could you add a weight for the sweet potato? It will be difficult to estimate the right amount just based on a length.

    Janet Ray

    (October 9, 2019 - 11:52 am)

    Where can I find this recipe written out?

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