A self-described “alchemist” and bread lover, Wayne McGill tinkered with this recipe til he got the right combination of mmm-goodness and low-carb count. Dense enough to make a sandwich (untoasted!), but light enough that you don’t feel sluggish (like we did with the bread we USED to eat). Wayne passed the recipe onto us through his son, Running Wild member Shane McGill.
These quick and easy wraps can be substituted anywhere you would ever use normal wraps. The listed ingredients make approximately 4-6 medium sized wraps, but you can scale up and make extras to freeze for later.
Sweet Potato Thyme Biscuits
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Zucchini Walnut Bread
This bread option is a tasty treat all on its own, or topped with butter or cream cheese. Enjoy!
This recipe should come as exciting news to most folks who are missing bread products. These versatile flax wraps can offer so many possibilities for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Once you get the hang of it, they can be whipped up in no time, even mass produced and refrigerated for easy and portable snack or meal options.
Bread is probably the hardest food to abandon under the primal eating plan. This recipe for a basic bread loaf will fill a bit of the void. It makes a good substitute for those times when you would normally toast up a slice and slather it with almond butter. It also can form the base of an open faced sandwich.