This keto bread is excellent toasted with butter on top, holds up well, and it’s made with almond flour. It has no eggy taste and each slice has only 2g net carbs for a slice.
I know that finding the best white keto friendly bread recipe is not easy, and you asked me how to make a keto bread that’s actually edible and tastes good.
If you are looking for a bread substitute that is low in carbs, gluten-free, great for sandwiches, you are in the right place.
Since I embarked on this journey, I have tried to find the best low carb bread recipe, and after tons of baking with almond flour, I’m sure I discovered the best keto bread recipe.
In this recipe, I want to share with you how to make keto bread that does not have an eggy taste or fall apart quickly.
There are other fantastic keto bread recipes I created with almond flour on this blog, and you seem to love the low carb bagels and the fastest one, 90-second bread (which can be made with coconut flour, too.).
Both of these are super quick to make and require ingredients that are easy to find and a staple in every keto kitchen. However not everyone loves baking with almond flour, so I shared my cloud bread recipe that’s light and fluffy.
Keto Bread Video Tutorial
What is a Keto Bread?
Keto bread is a substitute for the high-carb bread that is made using low carb ingredients. You’ll need almond flour and psyllium husk powder instead of wheat flour.
To make a low carb bread, we’ll use healthy fats such as coconut oil, butter, or olive oil. This keto bread recipe can be sliced as regular bread and tastes fantastic. You can also add any spices you like.
So, yes you can eat bread on keto if you make a keto version that tastes just like traditional white bread.
Reasons You’ll Love This Keto Bread Recipe
- The perfect keto bread for sandwiches
- Only 2g net carbs per slice
- Super fluffy and chewy
- Easy to make with just a few ingredients
- Only 5 minutes of prep
- No eggy taste if you follow my tips and tricks
Keto Bread Ingredients
To make a keto friendly bread recipe, you’ll need just a few basic ingredients. The five ingredients in this keto bread recipe consist of almond flour, whole eggs, psyllium husk powder, melted butter, and coconut oil. There’s also a touch of salt, baking powder, and stevia drops needed in this recipe.
The ingredients are common, and you can find most of them at any grocery store. I’m always on the quest of finding low carb flours on sale.
To replicate the texture of real bread and make it low carb, I used almond flour and psyllium husk powder.
Most keto bread recipes online use xanthan gum or cream of tartar. I tried all the versions and got the best result using psyllium husks powder.
Each slice is delicate and airy, just like real bread. This classic keto loaf of bread rises very well; it’s fluffy and delicious without unwanted carbs and gluten.
Here’s a note on the ingredients:
- Almond flour – to make almond flour bread use a super fine blanched almond flour. While you can use almond meal, I don’t recommend it because it can make the bread gritty, or it may not rise well.
- Psyllium husks powder – some brands of psyllium husk powder can turn your bread purple or gray while baking. So, don’t worry if your bread looks different. It won’t impact the taste.
- Eggs – Make sure to use large room temperature eggs to avoid the eggy taste.
- butter – adds a delicious buttery flavor while helping the bread taste incredible when toasted. Use unsalted butter.
- Coconut oil – adds extra sweetness to balance the taste.
- baking powder – helps the bread rise beautifully and become super fluffy.
- stevia drops – A little sweetener doesn’t make the bread sweet but adds just the right amount of sweetener to make this keto bread taste like traditional bread.
How To Make Keto Bread
The steps for making easy keto bread are basic and you can’t go wrong:
- Combine the wet ingredients: Beat the eggs with a hand mixer for about 2-3 minutes or until fluffy. Add the melted coconut oil and butter and continue mixing.
- Add the wet ingredients: Combine the wet and the dry ingredients until a slightly thick mixture forms.
- Bake: Transfer the bread mixture into a greased loaf pan, and bake for about 45-50 minutes until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean. Let the bread cool for a few minutes, then transfer to a rack to cool completely.
Tips For Making The Best Keto Bread
There are many keto bread recipes online, but none of them tells you all the tips to get the perfect keto friendly white bread for sandwiches. I will tell you a few secrets on how to get a fantastic low carb bread every time that you can slice.
Bake the Keto Bread Long Enough
If your bread is wet inside and tastes eggy, it’s probably because it needs to be baked longer. Always keep an eye on the bread and check with a toothpick to ensure that it’s baked well and all the moisture is gone.
That’s why we cook it for a longer time at a petty low temperature. To avoid this common mistake and get that bread perfectly cooked in the middle, continue baking even after the loop looks golden.
Use Room Temperature Eggs
It seems that using room temperature eggs significantly reduces the eggy taste. The fastest way to bring eggs at room temperature is to place the eggs into a bowl and add warm ( not hot ) water.
Cool Down on a Rack Before Slicing
This way the bread will cool down evenly without being moist at the bottom, and you’ll end up having perfect bread slices.
Use Refined Coconut Oil
I tried to make keto bread in the past with cold-pressed (virgin) coconut oil, and it gives the bread a coconut flavor that I am not a huge fan of. To avoid the specific coconut taste, I recommend using flavorless refined coconut oil.
How Many Servings?
I love to cut my keto bread in about 20 slices, and the nutritional facts listed above the recipe are for one slice. So if you decide to make a keto sandwich and use 2 bread slices, you’ll need to multiply with 2.
Is this Bread Gluten-Free?
This keto bread recipe is entirely gluten-free because we are not using any wheat flour. Make sure if you are using baking powder to choose one that’s labeled as gluten-free.
Is this Keto Bread Paleo or Dairy-Free?
If you are following a paleo diet, there is a way to transform the keto bread recipe into a paleo compliant one.
All you have to do is to replace the quantity of butter with the same amount of olive oil. You can also use refined coconut oil (because it has no taste) instead of butter. That way you get the best paleo bread that is also a dairy-free bread.
Can I Substitute Almond Flour With Coconut Flour?
Yes, that’s possible to replace almond flour with coconut flour. Although the texture will be a little different, it’s worth a try. I also shared on the blog my favorite coconut flour bread recipe you can try.
As you may know coconut flour absorbs liquids pretty well, so instead of 2 cups of almond flour/ almond meal use only 1/2 cup coconut flour. Pay attention to the consistency of the batter and if you find it a little too thick add a bit more water.
How Many Carbs Are in Keto Bread?
Each slice of this ketogenic bread has only 2g of net carbs.
If you are wondering where those carbs come from, they come from the almond flour and the psyllium husk powder. Even eggs have a trace of carbs in them.
To figure out the net carbs content in the bread all you have to do is to subtract the fiber content from the total carbs content.
Why Is This The Most Popular Low Carb Keto Bread recipe On The Internet?
This keto bread is so popular because of so many reasons. It has no eggy taste and an incredible texture!
I absolutely love how this bread turned out. The texture is fantastic, and there’s no eggy taste (in my opinion) if you cook it the right way.
If you are just switching to a ketogenic diet from a high carb diet, you’ll find out that it’s pretty hard to find a good bread recipe to kill carb cravings. But, that’s no impossible.
With this low carb recipe, you’ll enjoy a good slice of carb-free keto bread that fits well your keto macros.
There are a few brands on the market that sell low carb bread, but some of them use non-approved keto ingredients. This bread is perfect for the Atkins diet, and it’s a cheaper low carb bread alternative.
Can You Put It in a Bread Machine?
If you have a bread making machine, you should definitely try the keto bread using the bread machine. It will be way easier to make low carb bread.
One of our readers suggested adding one and a half tsp of yeast and one-half tsp of sugar (to activate the yeast). Mix the ingredients before adding them into the bread machine and use regular quick bake. The bread might not rise as much as the one baked in the oven but it will still smell and taste amazing.
How To Store
- Fridge – It’s essential to refrigerate this bread to keep it fresh for up to a week. Just wrap the whole loaf into parchment paper and slice when needed. Make sure the bread is completely cool before storing it.
- Freezer – Are you wondering “can you free keto bread?”?. Yes, this keto bread recipe is freezer friendly and can be stored in the freezer for a few months. Just slice it first, so it’s easier to grab one or two slices when needed without defrosting the whole loaf. Pop slices of keto friendly bread in your toasted to enjoy a delicious slice of bread.
Other Easy Low Carb Bread Recipes You Might Love
- 90-second bread – This is a super popular easy keto bread that is ready in 90 seconds. Some call it mug bread because all you have to do is to mix all the ingredients in a mug and microwave it for 90 seconds. It tastes excellent toasted in some butter, and you can use either coconut or almond flour. I love both versions.
- Keto Bread Buns – These hamburger buns are great for burgers and super easy to make. I usually make them when we want to have keto burgers. You’ll need almond flour and psyllium husk powder. They are super fluffy and versatile.
- Oopsie bread / Cloud Bread – The oopsie bread or cloud bread is one of those bread replacements that need no low carb flours. So, if you are looking for a cheap low carb bread recipe that still tastes good use my cloud bread recipe.
- Keto Bagels – One of my favorite low carb bread recipes, it has no eggy taste, and it’s incredibly delicious. The texture is fantastic, and they are freezer friendly. These keto bagels are made from the famous fathead dough. You’ll instantly love them.
- Egg-Free Keto Bread – If you’re super sensitive to eggs or simply don’t like the taste, I recommend making one of my keto bread recipes without eggs.
The Best Keto Bread Recipe
- Preheat the oven to 375°F/ 180°C, and line a 9×5-inch loaf pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
- In a large bowl crack the eggs and beat with a hand mixer for 2-3 minutes until frothy
- Add the melted coconut oil and butter and mix for 1 minute.
- Mix in the almond flour, psyllium husks powder, baking powder, salt and stevia drops (optional) until all the ingredients are well combined.
- Transfer the bread mixture into the prepared pan.
- Bake for about 50 minutes until it gets a nice golden brown color. Use a toothpick to make sure the bread is cooked through.
- Let it cool for about 10 minutes, then slice it and enjoy!
- Make sure you use the psyllium husks powder I linked in the ingredients list. I noticed that other brands make my bread purple or green.
- Use room temperature eggs to reduce the eggy taste.
- Cook the bread long enough. It’s better to overcook the keto bread loaf, rather than undercook it. If the bread is moist inside and tastes eggy, it probably needs to be cooked for longer.
- Add a few stevia drops, not to sweeten the bread but to reduce the eggy taste.
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.
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