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Thermomix Grain Free Cassava & Plantain Bread Rolls

By Lucy Rose Clinic

May 21, 2021

We are loving hot chicken broths, country style soups, and slow cooker meals at the moment! So todays recipe is the perfect accompaniment to these meals, especially for those missing their bread side dish!

These roles are crusty on the outside, and soft and chewy on the inside. I think anyone on a grain free or AIP (autoimmune paleo) diet will love them!

They are still high carbohydrate, so if you are trying to lose weight, be sensible and don’t over do it!

Bon apatite!


  • 180 g green plantain flesh
  • 60 g coconut oil
  • 140 g cassava flour
  • ½ tsp Himalayan salt
  • 50 g water filtered


  • Preheat oven to 220 degrees C.
  • Combine chopped plantains, oil, salt, and water and blend speed 6/8 seconds. Scrape down the sides.
  • Blend again speed 8/8 seconds, scrape down the sides.
  • Add cassava flour and blend speed 4/5 seconds.
  • Tip the dough onto a floured surface and knead gently. If it feels too wet add more cassava flour bit by bit. Knead lightly with floured hands if it sticks to your hands.
  • Divide into 10 even sections and roll into balls.
  • Place on a tray lined with baking paper and with a knife put a “cross” cut about 1 cm deep on each roll.
  • Place in preheated oven and cook for 25 minutes.
  • Allow to cool to get a real crisp crust. Best used the same day.

NUTRITION – per serve

Calories: 123kcal  Carbohydrates: 17g  Protein: 1g  Fat: 6g  Saturated Fat: 5g

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