This totally flourless cheesy bread is great by itself, served alongside soup, dipped in your favorite marinara, or even as the base for an open-faced sandwich. It refrigerates well, too, and can be warmed up very quickly in a toaster oven.
Today’s recipe is by Sarah Smith of Nourished and Nurtured from her new cookbook Nourished Cooking. I made this cheesy bread today and it was simply divine. Of course, I love all things cheese so I’m hardly impartial, but I have a feeling you’ll love it too. This is a handy, healthful snack to keep around for a quick bite, so I’ll probably be revisiting this recipe quite often!
If your family loves cheesy bread as much as we do, you are going to love this flourless cheesy bread recipe.
Feel free to experiment with different cheeses in this recipe. We typically use cheddar and Parmesan, but it is also great with a combination of white cheddar, green chile cheddar, and low-moisture mozzarella.
Do you love cheese? Check out my Homemade Mac and Cheese recipe, too!
Rebecca wrote: “Made it! It’s as delicious as it looks – everyone loved it!”
Joy wrote: “Awesome!… We will definitely make this regularly. We dubbed coconut flour for the arrowroot with good success. We used half as much coconut flour.”
If you like this recipe, you can get dozens more like it in Sarah Smith’s new cookbook Nourished Cooking.
Flourless Cheesy Bread Recipe
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
- Spread the mixture onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or an Exopat. Use a silicone spatula to spread the mixture out as thin as you can make it without seeing any holes.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 18-22 minutes. The edges should be very browned, and the top should be nicely browned. [Elizabeth: mine took a few minutes longer--I don't think I spread it quite thin enough!]
- Remove from the oven and cool for a few minutes. Then use a pizza cutter or knife to cut the bread into wedges or pieces.
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Elizabeth is the founder of The Nourished Life and has been writing about natural living for 12 years. Her work has been featured at Shape, Bustle, and Mother Earth Living. Her mission is to help you lower your stress levels and find fun ways to become happier and healthier. Read more about Elizabeth here.