Paleo Sweet Potato Bread

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How This Nourishes Your Body

With my daughters love for all things bread, I have had to get creative with versions that will fill her cravings, with more nutrition than a piece of bread.

She also is not a fan of leftovers. . . loves a baked sweet potato when I first make it, but wants nothing to do with it the next day. So, I had to find a good way to use leftover sweet potato, and this recipe hits the spot!

A few of my other bread experiment

Paleo Sweet Potato Bread

  • You can use monk fruit to sweeten it to make it sugar-free
  • Use whatever pan you have
  • You can add collagen to give it an extra boost!

paleo sweet potato bread

Cooking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  spray a pan – a square or loaf pan – set aside
  2. In a bowl, combine Coconut Flour, Cinnamon, Baking Powder, and Salt.
  3. In a blender or food processor,  mix eggs, sweet potato, maple Syrup, butter and vanilla- blend until combined
  4. Pour dry ingredients into the bowl of wet ingredients, and stir well to combine.
  5. Pour batter into the prepared pan, and smooth out the top with a spoon or knife.
  6. Bake for 35-45 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean
  7. Allow bread to cool in the pan for 20 minutes before removing from pan

Paleo Sweet Potato Bread

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  • Susie

    Can you clarify how much maple syrup/honey the recipe calls for? It looks like 3 1/2 cups. That can’t be right! Maybe just 1/2 cup?
    The 1-3 is what is confusing me!
    Thanks so much for the recipe! I am going to make it soon since I have all of the ingredients on hand. 🙂

    • Megan Kelly

      Ah thanks so much for catching that Susie! I meant 1/3 to 1/2 cup. You can do either depending on how sweet you want it:)

  • Liz

    What size should the square pan be please Megan?




    Recipe Information

  • Servings
  • Suitable for
    Diabetic Diet
  • Prep Time
    15 min
  • Cook Time
    45 min
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