Wheat bread alternatives are easier to come by than you might think. Substitutes such as Base Culture breads combine paleo-friendly ingredients such as almond flour, arrowroot flour, and golden flax to imitate the consistency and taste of a flavorful, fresh slice of wheat bread. All of Base Culture’s breads are 100% gluten, dairy, grain, and soy free, and come with 14 slices per loaf.
The following are our four favorite wheat bread alternatives.
- Base Culture Sandwich Bread
Perhaps the most popular of the Base Culture breads, the Paleo sandwich bread was created for those in pursuit of the perfect sandwich. Made with almond flour, golden flax, and honey, the bread has the consistency of a classic slice of wheat bread, with the same subtle sweetness, too. It’s best for recreating traditional sandwich recipes - such as a BLT or a turkey and swiss.
- Keto Bread
Made similarly to the Paleo sandwich bread, Base Culture’s keto bread substitutes arrowroot flour for almond flour to adhere to the Keto diet. Despite this substitution, the consistency is quite similar! If you practice the Keto lifestyle, choose this wheat bread alternative for all your bread needs - whether it be toast, a sandwich, or a great Keto bread pudding recipe.
- Base Culture 7 Nut and Seed Bread
Continuing to expand on our product selection, Base Culture’s 7 Nut and Seed Bread ups the ante on the classic keto bread by incorporating a crunch and protein boost. True to its name, the 7 Nut and Seed Bread boasts seven nuts and seeds, including pumpkin seeds, pecans, chia seeds, and hemp seeds. This wheat bread alternative is a favorite for a morning toast option: pop a slice in the toaster and top with a drizzle of maple syrup or a touch of butter (for the Keto diet, not Paleo) for a nutritious breakfast.
- Almond Flour Tortillas
Then, if you’re craving a wrap as a wheat bread alternative, almond flour tortillas have arrived on the market. Made with almond flour instead of traditional wheat, these soft and delicious tortillas create the perfect wrap or work well for dishes such as fajitas! The Siete brand of almond flour tortillas is available at a wide selection of stores, or if you’d prefer, you can also make your own batch such as with this recipe from Gluten Free on a Shoe String.
Between these four wheat bread alternatives, you have a few great possible breads to use for whatever you need. Step aside, wheat bread - we have some better options right here!