I love making this AIP plantain flatbread and cutting it into wedges to keep in the fridge, perfect to add to soup, salad, or make a snack. Super bonus, it’s REALLY EASY! I hope you enjoy this versatile AIP plantain flatbread the way I did during my AIP journey! Learn how I used real food to heal inside and out!
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Egg Free Bread
Y’all AIP bread recipes are like unicorns. True Story. But for those of the paleo persuasion that need egg-free bread food, this AIP plantain flatbread is for you! It’s grain-free, flour-free and made in the blender using plantains. Great for avocado toast or with Blood Orange Shredded Chicken!
Why Are They Different Colors?
I like this recipe with yellow plantains, but green ones work well too. The color might change depending on the ripeness of plantains. After doing some research I also learned that the baking soda might be responsible for the change in color too. To keep your flatbread nice and yellow, skip it.
What is AIP?
This AIP Plantain Flatbread is ideal for people on an autoimmune protocol. It’s an elimination protocol designed to help people discover which foods they are eating are causing the symptoms of their autoimmune disease. Learn more here.
- 2 yellow/ greenish-yellow plantains
- 2 garlic cloves
- pinch of salt
- juice of one lemon
- baking soda- leave it out for a yellow bread
Step by Step Instructions
Frequently Asked Questions
I like using baking soda, I think it makes them fluffy and stretchy, but it does turn it brown I believe. That or that the plantain was too ripe. There isn’t a to of information online about baking with plantains like this.
Yes, I think it contributes to the texture of the bread and also helps it lift off the skillet easily.
Totally! Herbs, more garlic, you pick!
Totally! Omit the garlic, add some cinnamon and a little honey. Using ripe plantains will also make it sweet.
Yes! Check out my How to Cook Plantains post.
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Allergen friendly, whole ingredient bread!
- 2 plantains, mostly yellow or a little green
- 1 lemon squeezed
- 1 garlic clove
- Pinch salt
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- Slice your plantain peel and then pull it back. Once peeled, slice your plantains.
- Add the rest of the ingredients to the blender, then the plantain.
- Blend in Vitamix or high powered blender until smooth.
- Spread mix on lightly greased, 8-inch cast-iron skillet.
- Bake at 400F for 15 (or until desired crispness).
- Serving Size: 1/2 recipe
- Calories: 140
- Fat: 8.6g
- Carbohydrates: 24g
- Protein: 1g
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