If there is a sorbitol intolerance, it seems at first glance to be difficult to become further active in the area of paleo-food. It is precisely intolerances that cause many people to concern themselves with their diet. Even if there is a sorbitol intolerance, paleo does not have to be renounced. Rather, it is a chance to check which recipes can be implemented.

Start the day without sorbitol

If you are looking for a good recipe for the morning, you can start with a smoothie, for example. Especially with regard to sorbitol intolerance, this sounds strange at first, as this intolerance is usually combined with fructose intolerance and therefore there are problems with the intake of fruit. However, the smoothie with coconut and melon is a drink that complies with the Paleo specifications and is also free of sorbitol.

The following ingredients are needed to prepare two portions:

  • 1 small honeydew melon
  • 400 ml coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp honey (raw)

If you like, you can also use ice cubes to keep the smoothie pleasantly cool. The ingredients are put into the mixer and pureed. It is important to make sure that the mixture has a very creamy consistency. Due to the pleasant sweet taste the drink is ideal as a small snack in the morning.

For in between – bagels without sorbitol

What should not be missing in the kitchen are foods that can also be used for the small hunger in between. There is also a recipe for this which does not contain sorbitol and which can be used in the Paleo kitchen. The sorbitol-free bagels or rolls are quickly prepared.

Five to six bagels are needed:

  • Coconut oil
  • 400 g ground almonds
  • 50 grams ground linseed (yellow)
  • 1 tbsp coconut flour
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 spoonful of baking soda
  • 2 tablespoons histamine-free vinegar
  • some salt
  • poppy seeds if required

The almonds, linseed, flour, baking soda and salt are mixed in a bowl. Add the eggs and vinegar. Stir and knead until a dough is formed. The dough can be formed into rolls or put into a donut maker. The bagels are baked in the preheated oven at 180°C for 25 minutes and should then cool down. They can now be enjoyed.