Paleo Hamburger Buns

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paleo hamburger buns on the grill + grilling giveaway by myheartbeets.com

Paleo bread doesn’t have to be complicated. You shouldn’t have to jump through bread baking hoops to get a decent gluten-free bun for your burger. This grilling season, ditch the lettuce wrapped burgers and make these incredibly easy Paleo Hamburger Buns instead. You can make them on the grill right next to your juicy burgers!

My hot buns are delish (sorry, can’t help myself 😂). They’re nut-free AND egg-free AND you only need 5 ingredients to make them. Mix the ingredients together, roll the dough out into little balls and flatten them out. If you make them too thick, they’ll get gooey inside so make sure they’re nice and thin.

You can cook these in a pan, in the oven, or right on your grill! Since it’s summer and most meals are made on the grill, I decided to use my grilling stone (great for cooking things like fish, veggies, anything that you don’t want falling through the grates) to make these. Cooking them directly on the grill might work too – but I haven’t tried this (leave a comment to let us know if you do try).

paleo hamburger buns on the grill + grilling giveaway by myheartbeets.com

Now, go make some paleo hamburger buns 🙂

paleo hamburger buns on the grill + grilling giveaway by myheartbeets.com

Paleo Hamburger Buns

paleo hamburger buns on the grill + grilling giveaway by myheartbeets.com

Paleo Hamburger Buns

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Servings 6 flatbreads

Ingredients
 

Instructions
 

  • Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl.
  • Grease your hands with some oil or ghee and take a rounded tablespoon worth of dough and roll it into a ball.
  • Flatten it out and put it on a baking stone on the grill (if you don’t have a stone, see note below).
  • Preheat the grill and stone to medium heat (250-300 degrees).
  • Put the lid on the grill and cook for 6-7 minutes, flip the bread over and cook other side for 5 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through.

Notes

If you don’t have a grilling stone, you can cook this bread in the oven or on your stove top. The cooking time will vary - cook until golden brown.
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  1. mayera says

    Thank you Ashley, perfect for my daughter who has pcos. Grains are so insidious and unhealthy. Your recipes are wonderful and I am going to subscribe to your newsletter .

  2. Keith Helinsky says

    5 stars
    Made ’em again tonight…..weather is keeping me from charcoal grilling them….not deterred….griddler did ok…..purchased your cookbook….cannot wait to make butter chicken…..love Indian Cuisine…..cheers to you and yours…..

  3. Keith Helinsky says

    5 stars
    Used cast iron….no complaints…the taste is really good…..but I’ll grill next time…..which won’t be long! CHEERS!

  4. Sarah says

    These look awesome I can’t wait to try them! Question: what temp and how long do I cook them in the oven, and do I put them on a greased baking pan or parchment lined? I am looking forward to hearing from you, thanks!

  5. Marissa Buonocchi says

    Made these burger buns & they are yummy. Thanks for posting the recipe. I cooked mine on the stovetop & they came out well. Yum! I then made another batch & added a tbsp of honey, oh!!! amazing! I made enough & left them in the refrigerator overnight. The next day, I warmed the hamburger bun in the toaster & stovetop, both are fine & they taste good. How did you get them so round??? I tried a couple of methods but I could not get them perfectly round. I also used coconut oil to handle the hamburger buns. Thank you for this recipe.

    • Kelly Land says

      I made them yesterday. I sprayed my hands with coconut oil and made them into a ball, then when I put them on the electric griddle i used, I sprayed the ball and used my fingers to flatten them out right on the grill. These remind me so much of my FULL of gluten indian flat bread that I adore! So nice to have something I can make pretty quick and still enjoy chew bread. I added olive oil and garlic salt to both sides. These would be so good for make Gyros!! They are quite gewy on the inside, so I thought I might try my tortilla press to make them thinner… just hope they will come off without sticken to the parchment…. will have to give it a good spray:)

  6. Jboots says

    Does this look right for nutritional facts?

    Servings 6.0
    Amount Per Serving
    calories 58
    % Daily Value *
    Total Fat 3 g 5 %
    Saturated Fat 1 g 3 %
    Monounsaturated Fat 1 g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 2 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
    Sodium 192 mg 8 %
    Potassium 0 mg 0 %
    Total Carbohydrate 6 g 2 %
    Dietary Fiber 4 g 14 %
    Sugars 0 g
    Protein 2 g 5 %
    Vitamin A 0 %
    Vitamin C 0 %
    Calcium 1 %
    Iron 5 %

  7. Tiffany says

    I have a gluten free flour blend (it has a bunch of different kinds of flour) do you think that will work in place of the tapioca and coconut flour?

  8. Nancy says

    Can I substitute tapioca flour for something else? I have almond flour, coconut flour, flaxseed flour… I just really don’t want to have to buy tapioca flour, too!

  9. Lee says

    Can’t wait to try making these! I have a question. Do they reheat or keep for a day or so? It’s just me so I can’t eat 6 of these at one time (or shouldn’t! Haha). Thanks!

  10. Sandra Davis says

    Thanks for your recipes, they are ones that I go to often! Please enroll me in this great giveaway.

  11. albadonis says

    This is great! I can’t wait to make this after trying your Paleo Naan ( savory and sweet – added some cinnamon to the batter and was in heaven!)
    Thanks for sharing such awesome, easy-to-make, no-weird-ingredients recipes!

  12. Deanna C. says

    Thank you for sharing your amazing recipes and such a wonderful giveaway! You have been such an inspiration and have helped me with my journey to heal my autoimmune diseases. These buns will be perfect for the Fourth of July!

  13. Patti Page White says

    I shared this recipe on my FB blog and someone quickly informed me that coconuts are tree nuts, therefore this is not nut free. What’s the best way to answer that?

    I love your recipes…nut free or not!

    • My Heart Beets says

      Hi Patti, first, thanks for sharing my recipe 🙂 Now to answer your question – while the FDA has labeled coconuts as tree nuts, they are actually not nuts… they are considered a drupe. I realize that can be confusing. Most people with nut allergies can tolerate coconuts but that said, I’d advise your reader to talk to their doctor if they have any concerns. After all, we’re food bloggers, not doctors!

    • Bernie says

      Coconut is not a botanical nut; it is classified as a fruit, even though the Food and Drug Administration recognizes coconut as a tree nut. While allergic reactions to coconut have been documented, most people who are allergic to tree nuts can safely eat coconut.
      Tree Nut Allergy | Causes, Symptoms & Treatment | ACAAI Public …
      acaai.org/allergies/types/food-allergies/types-food-allergy/tree-nut-allergy

  14. Tahirah Salam says

    Ramadan is coming up for me too. I plan to grill for many of our iftars.
    I was just telling my family that I’m craving a hamburger so I’ll be trying this bun recipe betty soon!
    Thanks so much for all the great recipes!

  15. steven says

    These look great. I will be testing these out in the next week. Thank you for all of your help in starting and keeping me going with eating healthy.

  16. hira says

    Ramadan coming up…and it will be long fasting for 15 hours or so…I think these would be great for kids in lunch time. I plan on grilling mostly this month 🙂 your recipes never go wrong! Love them all

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