Healthy flourless paleo bread made from pumpkin seeds, spinach and protein power. Protein packed green bread. A great way to get your kids to eat their greens!

Hulk Bread. Paleo bread recipe made with pumpkin seed butter and spinach.

We had to come up with a new way for Madison to enjoy some veggies and leafy greens.  Like most moms it’s a struggle to get kids to eat foods that are green. Hey, it can be challenging for some adults too.

But every kid likes bread right…every kid likes to have ‘super’ powers…right?

We tweaked our paleo bread recipe to make green bread, or what we call our HULK bread.

A bread recipe full of healthy fats and protein. Simple to make, which is great for a busy mom!

Gluten-free paleo spinach bread. Protein packed.

Let’s get to baking…

We hope you enjoyed the video.

Make sure to share this quick and easy flourless bread recipe with your loving friends and busy moms!

We enjoyed this bread while down in FL. Even our parents enjoyed it!!

A bread recipe your whole family will love.

Make sure you use your favorite protein powder as it will alter the taste. We used pea protein (Garden of Life brand).

If you don’t want to use protein powder you can use any flour you like.

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Flourless green bread recipe. A fun way to eat spinach.

We know the color green probably will get stares just like green smoothie mustaches right? haha

But if you call it something fun like HULK BREAD like we do we have a feeling it will win people over.

To help keep the bread green we used pumpkin seed butter.

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Okay maybe you’re not a bread person.

There are plenty of other fun ways to enjoy veggies and those dark leafy greens!

Looking for other fun ways to enjoy veggies? Here are more of our favorite recipes:

Brussel sprout breadsticks

 Green pancakes

Broccoli breadsticks

Pepper sunflower seed bread

Zucchini carrot quiche

Kale burgers

Beet and kale chips

Dairy free crustless quiche

Or download your copy of our flourless cracker and flatbread cookbook. It’s filled with amazing green packed recipes like our famous kale crackers and collard onion crackers.

Keep an open mind in the kitchen and the possibilities are endless!

Green “HULK" bread. Protein paleo bread recipe.

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 9x5 bread loaf

gets about 12-14 slices

Green “HULK

Fun and healthy way to enjoy bread filled with healthy fats and spinach. A great way to get your kids to eat veggies. Gluten-free grain-free dairy-free quick bread.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup pumpkin seed butter (9oz)
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup protein powder of choice (we use pea protein)
  • 2 tablespoons coconut flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoons sea salt
  • 1 cup of spinach

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease a 9x5 bread loaf with coconut oil.
  3. In a blender add in pumpkin seed butter, eggs and maple.
  4. Blend.
  5. Next add in dry ingredients and spinach.
  6. Continue to blend until smooth.
  7. Pour mixture into bread loaf.
  8. Bake for about 25 minutes.
  9. Slice and store in refrigerator.
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Enjoy with some ghee on top for more healthy fats!

We hope our green hulk bread has inspired you in the kitchen.

Let us know if you give it a try. Make sure to tag #purelytwins on Instagram or leave a comment. We love seeing your creations!

What’s better: bread or biscuits?

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11 thoughts on “Paleo protein “HULK” bread

  1. I look forward to trying this. I add greens to almost everything we make (my boys are always dumbfounded when something comes out of the blender or food processor and it isn’t green), but I’ve never thought about adding them to bread. Fantastic!

    Posted on October 15, 2015 at 10:08 am
    1. Give it a try and let us know how you like it.

      Posted on October 15, 2015 at 6:43 pm
      1. I’ll do that. I love that I’m frequently inspired to try new things from your site. Fantastic!

        Posted on October 16, 2015 at 9:55 am
  2. This is a great way to add extra veggies in your diet! Its also perfect for halloween!

    Posted on October 15, 2015 at 12:39 pm
    1. Yes it is 😉

      Posted on October 15, 2015 at 6:43 pm
  3. Just made this, and it turned out great! I like it better than the coconut flour bread I had been making.

    Posted on September 6, 2016 at 9:36 pm
    1. April so happy to hear this 🙂 Enjoy the bread!!

      Posted on September 6, 2016 at 11:29 pm
      1. Thanks for the recipe, just made it, its looking good. Gonna try it when i come back from the gym. Only issue is i have got problems taking every last bit of the thick batter from the blender. Any tips to help with that?

        Posted on May 30, 2017 at 6:42 am
        1. Glad you enjoyed the recipe. Yay getting the recipe is out of blender is a challenge.

          Posted on June 18, 2017 at 1:47 pm
  4. Hey there. So I found this recipe when trying to search kale bread. I substituted kale for spinach and that was a huge mistake. The kale totally overtook the flavour of the recipe…but kind of tasted like gross kale and peanut butter getting old (I used peanut butter, since I didn’t have fancy pumpkin seed butter). Also, it was embarrassing since I tried to serve it at a picnic without tasting in advance. Whoops! That’s the school of baking hard knocks right there! Someone did identify that the texture was right though, which made me feel the recipe still had potential. So talking to a friend about it later, I was told that since kale is a cruciferous vegetable, it will have that bitter taste. We were wondering if spinach would do the same thing? Will the bread then have a spinach taste to it? Or do you think the spinach is sweeter, so it may not overtake the flavour as much? I just tried it with little chopped apple pieces because I was too afraid to try a green after the kale experience. It came out ok, though not quite sweet enough (oddly enough). So I may add more maple syrup or honey on the next batch.

    I’m also considering: do you think almond meal or a ‘regular’ grain flour could be substituted for some of the nut butter and still work out ok? Any experience with this? It’s very nutty with peanut butter, which is nice in some circumstances, but wondering how to reduce it a bit. Obviously the grains would not be paleo…

    Your site loads extremely slow by the way (it’s not reasonable, even with the media resources needed). It has too many resources to fetch. I strongly recommend you reduce the ads, embeds, and requests to the server (local or not). You’l probably get better revenue that way anyway, not to mention a better user experience. Or go with AMP ads. Just some advice from my Internet marketing background. Totally not trying to sell anything. Just want to make the web a better place.

    Posted on August 28, 2017 at 8:39 pm
    1. Yes spinach will be different than kale as kale is much stronger. This recipe isn’t made to be a sweet bread. If you are looking for more of that not sure this is the recipe for you. We have two other bread recipe that use flour – http://purelytwins.com/2012/12/06/apple-cider-quick-bread-loaf/ and http://purelytwins.com/2012/11/21/cocoa-gingerbread-loaf-gluten-free-recipe/ Hope this helps. Thanks for the help with our site loading, as we never seem to notice that. Never heard of AMP ads? Not sure what it means requests to server either. The only things we really embed are our youtube videos into blog posts.

      Posted on September 4, 2017 at 10:57 pm