Soft and doughy pita breads perfect for stuffing with your favorite paleo-friendly foods! Simply made from plantains and egg whites, these 3 Ingredient Paleo Pita Breads are low-fat, high in protein, and have a cake like texture that’s hard to beat. Easy to make, delicious to eat!
Do you have certain recipes in your head that are so easy, so familiar that you don’t even need to write them down anymore? Staples that you make weekly or monthly that seem so simple that they’re not even worth sharing?
In the past, I’ve called these ‘common sense’ recipes. But what I’ve learned is that not everyone is as comfortable in the kitchen as I am. I grew up in a home where helping my mom in the kitchen was encouraged. She taught me cooking techniques, how to follow recipes, and inspired me to start experimenting on my own. Not everyone was so lucky to have that luxury as a child, however. So I have to admit I’ve taken my love of cooking and familiarity with making food from scratch for granted.
So simple recipes aren’t silly! In fact, they’re great for beginners! Let’s be honest, most people don’t have a lot of time to prepare elaborate, intensive recipes anyways. The simpler, the less ingredients, the easier to throw together….THE BETTER. Bonus points if the recipe is healthy!
Well, the recipe I have to share today checks all of those boxes and more!
I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to share this recipe. I have really been holding out on you since I’ve been making these 3 Ingredient Paleo Pita Breads FOREVER. A lot of you have even asked about them on Instagram and I always said I’d share them on the blog eventually.
Well, today is the day! As you can tell from the name, they have minimal ingredients, are totally paleo friendly, and taste amazing! They’re also grain-free (so obviously gluten-free, as well!), high in protein, and have the most delicious, cake-like texture from using a special ingredient….PLANTAINS. AKA: The Paleo Wonderfood!
These pita breads pretty much suit everyone’s needs! They’re great for most people no matter what diet you follow and they’re so versatile. I’ve come up with a million and one ways to use these babies.
I’d love to hear what you all come up with when you try these out!
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