Barely Bread is 100% GRAIN-FREE, inherently gluten-free, and great-tasting! We don’t use ANY of the high-carb alternative flours such as potato starch or rice flour that other typical gluten-free breads contain (which often cause spikes in blood sugar and can contribute to diabetes, heart disease, weight gain, and more).
Unlike grain-based bread (or simply gluten-free bread), our products are high in fiber, low in carbohydrates and contain both protein and healthy fats, which help to slow digestion and provide a stable source of energy. All of our products are designed to keep you feeling satisfied and truly nourished.
We are proud to say that our breads, bagels, baguettes, and rolls all taste and perform like traditional grain-based breads (after three years of meticulous R&D)! They are versatile enough to use as you would your typical loaf or slice – toasted with a thick layer of nut butter, smothered in avocado, piled high with turkey, layered in condiments, or whipped into a big batch of French toast.
Our combination of ingredients support a multitude of diets and lifestyles (whereas a strictly gluten-free bread, wheat bread, or sprouted grain-bread is much more limiting):
Grain-Free: Barely Bread contains a flour base of nuts and seeds – no wheat, rice, or grain of any kind.
Certified Gluten-Free: Contains no oats, yeast, or other hidden gluten; officially certified by the GFCO.
Rich in Protein & Fiber: Contains protein-rich eggs, high-protein almond flour and high-fiber flaxseed meal.
Low-Net-Carb Count: Contains naturally-low-carb ingredients: no potato, rice, corn, or tapioca starches; and no sugar alcohols to upset your digestive system.
Low-Glycemic / Diabetic-Friendly: Contains low-glycemic ingredients and no refined sugars.
Certified Paleo: Contains no grains, legumes, peanuts, dairy, soy, or processed sugar; officially certified by the Paleo Foundation.
Clean, Honest Ingredients: Contains no fillers, gums, stabilizers, artificial flavors, or preservatives – only ingredients you’d find in your own pantry (or your local grocer).