Pablo's Primal Bacon Bread

Preheat oven to 300°

Combine almond flour, baking soda and sea salt.

In a separate bowl whisk eggs, honey and apple cider vinegar.

Work two teaspoons of lard into the batter.

Mince crispy bacon strips and add to the batter.

Grease a bread pan with one tsp. lard.

Pour batter into the greased bread pan and bake 40-45 minutes.

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  • Cindy Nunnery

    I am going to make this for my husband and son – they love bacon!! Thanks for sharing!

  • Organic June

    How wonderful Andrea. Although I don’t eat hardly any meat myself, I do have a cultural need for bacon (nitrate, etc. Free) & ocassionly some handmade Nuremburg Bratwurst from my German butcher. I love your ingredients, like the almond milk. Definitely going to try. Thank you.

    • @Organic June – I love that you have a cultural need for bacon and Bratwurst. It’s in your heritage. Mine too….I’m half German.

  • Organic June

    Is there something that would work as well as Lard that I might substitute??

    • Corrie Ann

      I know from experience you can generally substitute lard 1:1 with butter. I will test it in this recipe this weekend. 🙂 ~ Corrie Ann

      • @Corrie Ann & @Organic June – yes, you could substitute with butter or with coconut oil.

        • bb106

          I was thinking coconut oil. This bread looks ridiculous (in a good way!).

  • Thank you for making me one for our upcoming dinner ;)!

    • @nick_oddo:disqus – I just put the order in with the chef (Chef Pablo) 🙂 Done!

  • Michelle MacLean

    I just put this loaf into the oven and not sure it is going to turn out – the batter was super thick and definitely could not be “poured” into the pan. It was almost impossible to mix in the crispy bacon. Also seems like the recipe is missing a step where you mix the wet and dry ingredient together. I’m wondering if it’s missing anything else – more wet ingredients maybe? And 3/4 of a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar? Is that right? I’ll let you know how it turns out. Hopefully I haven’t wasted 4 organic eggs and 3 1/2 cups of almond flour. Fingers crossed.

    • Michelle MacLean

      Well the bread turned out Ok. It’s pretty dense and dry. My husband enjoyed it.

      • @michelle_maclean:disqus – I’m glad your husband enjoyed the bread. I’m not a baker, my hubby made this recipe. If I’m not mistaken, I think he also used some of the bacon fat from the pan. Maybe that’s why it was more moist?

  • christian

    Can I substitute bacon fat for lard?

    • @disqus_srtqRzi7IT:disqus yes, that could work really well. Try it and let me know how it turns out.

  • Denise Osborne

    I like your idea Andrea Beaman. Coconut oil sounds like the best option for health. Of course you can’t beat the taste of butter as the other alternative.