What is xylitol?
Gluten Free Flatbread (Kaufmann Diet Friendly)
Written by Erin Porter
This easy gluten-free flatbread is not only easy to make but is great on the candida or low mold diet aka the Kaufmann diet. I got the idea for this bread from another blogger called Eating with Purpose, but I tweaked the recipe a bit to fit our needs.
Kids can find it hard to transition from commercial white bread to a healthier bread, but not with this recipe! It only takes 8 minutes in the oven and about 5 minutes to throw together. Use your imagination as to the many ways you can use this bread. We mostly use it to dip in olive oil and spices along side our gluten free pasta dishes .
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Because the flour contains brown rice, this gluten free flatbread recipe would be considered Kaufmann 2, also known as the Kaufmann Phase 2 diet.
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Easy Flatbread (Gluten Free)
- 1 cup NAMASTE PERFECT FLOUR BLEND
- 1/2 cup almond flour
- 2 table spoons of flax seed optional OR Chia seeds
- 1 tsp xylitol
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 3 organic eggs
- 3/4 cup plain organic yogurt no sugar added - We use Stonyfield Organic
- Pre-heat oven to 350º
- In a large bowl combine perfect flour blend, ground flax or chia, xylitol, baking soda and salt.
- In a small bowl, blend eggs and yogurt
- Add the egg mixture into the dry ingredients
- Pour batter onto parchment paper …Smooth batter out with a spoon over the entire surface area, so it is thin and even.
- Sprinkle herbs of choice and sea salt
- Bake at 350º for 8 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
- Cool and cut into desired size with a pizza cutter.
Xylitol is derived from the birch tree, it works well as a sugar substitute in baking and has been shown to have some anti-fungal properties. To me, unlike Stevia (also a healthy sugar substitute) it tastes exactly like sugar! I haven’t seen it in Walmart or mainstream groceries yet but I buy mine at whole foods. You can also order it online if you don’t have a whole foods near by. Thanks for writing.
Amazing recipe…..this was a total life-saver in my home as my son was recently diagnosed as wheat and soy intolerant. We couldnt find a bread that we liked, and truly life without bread is difficult. We now make this fabulous flatbread for sandwiches or just to nibble on. We’ve made it garlicky and cinnamon bread and will be using the base as a pizza crust this weekend. Thank you Erin Porter!
Glad you like it Kelly! We make this bread in our house every week. We can’t live without bread either! 🙂
Thank you so much for the bread recipe. Can hardly wait to try it. Gloria
Hi Gloria! I hope you love it! 🙂 Erin
We just tried this recipe for the first time, and it is ahh-mazing! Wow, I love the texture and flavor! We added a little bit of rosemary and sea salt on top and that was tasty too! This will help me so much when I get bread cravings. And it’s so versatile! Thank you so much for coming up with this awesome recipe!!!
Thanks Selena – We tried it with rosemary lately too, as well as garlic salt and olive oil and it was amazing…going to do a post on it soon. Glad it’s helping you! 🙂 Erin
Thank you for this recipe. The taste is amazing! One of the things I truly miss eating is bread!! A lot of store bought gluten free breads contain corn starch or potato starch which I can’t eat. This flatbread helps when I’m craving a sandwich.
Thanks for writing Melissa..yes, this bread has saved me from eating regular bread so many times, and I love how fast it is to make. Erin
Hi Erin, this recipe looks fabulous!
I’m just wondering, could you please tell me what sized tray you spread the mixture onto (with the parchment paper) and how thinly do I need to spread it?
Thanks in advance ☺
Do you really need the sugar substitute!
hi Darlene – if you try it with out let me know how it turns out 🙂
We don’t use xylitol because we have 3 dogs and don’t want to rush them getting poisoned. Any suggestions for healthy substitutes?
HI Dawn, You are correct – xylitol is very dangerous for dogs. You could always use monk fruit 🙂
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