Since I launched Elana’s Pantry in 2006, I’ve created hundreds of Paleo recipes for you. Here you will find the Top 10 Paleo Recipes of 2015. The most viewed this year, these were your favorites! Whether you’re newly gluten-free, cutting back on carbs, or just looking for healthy Paleo recipes that are super easy to make, you’ll want to check out the Paleo recipes below!
- How to Make Zucchini Noodles
- Paleo Bread
- Low-Carb Almond Flour Pie Crust
- How to Roast Almonds
- Paleo Banana Bread
- Paleo Chocolate Frosting
- Simple Bread
- Paleo Vanilla Cupcakes
- Paleo Caramel Brownies
- Cinnamon Coffee Cake
I hope you enjoy the Top 10 Paleo Recipes of 2015! Which one was your favorite? Mine was a tie between Cinnamon Coffee Cake and Roasted Almonds! For my best Paleo recipes, check out my New York Times Best Selling cookbook, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry!
Sue Hirsch says
Just discovered your site. Can you tell me which of your breads would make the best tasting paleo french toast casserole?
Sue Hirsch, CHC.
Sue, thanks for your comment. Here is a link to my Paleo French Toast Casserole recipe:
Can you breakdown the fundamental differences (other than ingredients) of your 3 basic bread recipes: Simple Bread, Paleo Bread, Bread 2.0. Were you just improving the recipe as you went along, or are there reasons why one would be better over the others? I know the Paleo one does not contain the honey, but why do the other two throw in additional ingredients like arrowroot and coconut flour? Curious because we are infants to the grain free lifestyle and want a basic bread recipe …do you recommend one over the other?
Hi Tylena, thanks for your question. I love all of these bread recipes and use them for different purposes. Simple Bread is best for beginner cooks as it is one of my easiest bread recipes with a mere 6 ingredients. Bread 2.0 is fantastic because it contains arrowroot which makes a fluffier bread. However, arrowroot is a higher carb ingredient so when I need a bread lower in carbs I bake up a batch of Paleo Bread, which has flaxmeal in it which provides a nice nutty flavor. It seems that each time I write a bread recipe I receive numerous requests for something different. That’s why I create so many options for grain-free breads. I want to have something for everyone! Lately though, I’ve been making Cashew Bread quite a bit and I think you’ll love that recipe:
Gary Yexley says
Finally I found a bread that’s good for you and “I like it’
Thank you….you’ve done good.
Gary, you’re welcome!
Hi Elana ! Thank you sooo much for sharing such a great blog. I recently visited your website (best Paleo recipes). I have tried two of your recipes and both are amazing and delicious. I am just beginning to convert to a Paleo lifestyle and your blog has given me both information and inspiration to cook delicious paleo of different kinds. I am looking forward to try all the recipes.
Louise zaplitny says
Just received your cookbooks on Saturday and I am looking forward to trying some of the recipes I switched to the paleo diet last summer from the wheat belly diet and my doctor was glad I have done really well I noticed each book I get has some differences but they are very little ones.
It’s not on this list, but your cranberry walnut scones has got to be my favorite from 2015; I have made it multiple times since you posted it, including Christmas morning! Thank you for all of your great recipes!
My favorite are the Raspberry Streusel Bars and every recipe in your Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry cookbook!
What? No pumpkin bread?? That has to be in the top 10.
Lydia Douglas says
OMG !!! I am type 2 pre-diabetirs. This bread did not effect my BS meter reading. Tank you, thank you. I did the one without the honey and agvar also high sugar counts.
Carole Pepin says
Same thing for me, I’m a diabetic type 2, and the paleo bread, I did the one without the honey.
Thanks Elana for all the nice recipes, I bought all your cookbooks and I love it.
Carole, that is so great to hear!
This is a great roundup of recipes! I love the pie crust and the bread recipes. Thank you so much!