|May 25, 2020

Garlicky Paleo Bread Sticks

By Jordan Pie
Reviewed for Scientific Accuracy

Garlicky Paleo Bread Sticks

Paleo Bread Sticks recipe & content provided by Jordan Pie

These delicious, crispy paleo bread sticks are so yummy and packed with flavor. They can be served as an appetizer, a snack or as a side dish with some homemade guacamole or aioli to dip into. These paleo bread sticks are golden brown and crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and take on a lovely flavor from buttery ghee and garlic.

Related: Keto Collagen Bread

You can also chop these paleo bread sticks up into squares and lightly fry them to create crispy bread croutons to sprinkle on top of a soup or salad. And if you’re avoiding garlic, try tossing them with herbs like rosemary and thyme for delicious low-carb flavor.

Transform a plain loaf of coconut flour bread into rich, buttery paleo bread sticks with this simple and savory 10-minute recipe.

Garlicky Paleo Bread Sticks

Start to Finish: 10 minutes


  • 1/2 loaf Paleo Coconut Flour Bread, cut into 6 strips
  • 1 teaspoon organic garlic powder (or more to taste)
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter or ghee for frying


  1. Preheat a large frying pan on medium heat. Add butter or ghee and swirl to coat the pan.
  2. Add breadsticks and cook on all sides until golden brown.
  3. When they’re almost ready, sprinkle paleo bread sticks with the garlic powder and salt and cook for a little longer. Move the bread sticks around in the pan to ensure they’re evenly coated in the salt and garlic.
  4. Serve immediately.

Serves: 1

Nutritional Information (Per Serving):

  • Fat: 71g
  • Saturated Fat: 40g
  • Cholesterol: 930mg
  • Protein: 46g
  • Total Carbohydrate: 52g
  • Dietary Fiber: 38g
  • Sugars: 8g
  • Net Carbs: 14g
  • Sodium: 1,2075mg
  • Vitamin A: 33%
  • Calcium: 16%
  • Iron: 21%

Note on ingredients: Garlic is in the suspect category of the Bulletproof Diet, because it inhibits alpha brain waves and could affect your mood – and depending on where you get it, could be moldy. For that reason, it’s not recommended that you eat garlic often. If you’re in the green to green-yellow zone the majority of the time, you can enjoy your favorite things using caution zone methods and ingredients every now and then.

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