Keto Bread. Are You On A Keto Diet But Still Craving Bread?

Do you find it difficult to give up bread?

This keto bread will make your life much easier.

Learn how to make the best keto bread recipe! This fluffy, easy white keto-friendly bread has just 7 basic ingredients and 1 net carb per slice.

Keto bread is simply bread made with keto-friendly ingredients — in this case, almond flour, and coconut flour.

It resembles normal wheat bread in texture but has about 20 times fewer carbs than regular bread.

Bread is one of those foods you take for granted.

Until you can’t have it – which is exactly what happens when you’re on a keto.

Bread is full of carbs, you’re on a low carb diet, so therefore bread = the enemy.

Keto Breads has a solution though – bread and dessert recipes that are both Keto and Paleo-friendly.

Don’t think you can make your own bread, biscuits, crackers, or pizza base?

The recipes are super simple – they’re designed for the rank amateur because very few people actually make their own bread at home, right?

So all you have to do is follow a step-by-step process and voilá- homemade keto bread.

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Ingredients For Keto Bread

  • Almond flour (7 oz/200g): Be sure to use a super fine blanched almond flour. Using almond meal or a coarser brand can make a gritty result or bread that is more reminiscent of cornbread. Note that unfortunately, there isn’t a good substitution option for almond flour in this recipe.
  • Egg whites: 7 egg
  • Coconut flour: Blending in a little coconut flour helps improve the texture.
  • Baking powder (1 teaspoon/5g): Make sure it’s fresh so that it rises well. Don’t confuse it with baking soda, which is different.
  • Xanthan gum (1/2 teaspoon/2g): Xanthan gum is a binding agent that stops the bread from crumbling so it slices like traditional wheat bread. However, if you don’t have xanthan gum, you have a few options to replace it: Use 1 teaspoon Gelatine Powder/ Guar Gum/ Ground Chia Seeds or Psyllium Husk Powder. Omit Xanthan Gum – Still gets a good result.
  • Sea salt (1/2 teaspoon/2g): Helps balance the flavors. Table salt works fine as well.
  • Butter (3.5 oz/100g): Use unsalted butter. If you want to make your keto bread dairy-free (and also make this a paleo bread), substitute the same amount of unrefined coconut oil instead. Do not use oils that are liquid at room temperatures, such as olive or avocado oil.

How To Make Keto Bread

  • Preheat the oven to 180 C (355 F).
  • Put the eggs in a bowl and beat them on high for 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Add the melted butter and coconut oil, and beat until smooth.
  • Add the almond flour, baking powder, xanthan gum, and salt, and beat until combined and thick.
  • Scrape into an 8-inch X 4-inch (20 cm x 10 cm) loaf pan lined with baking paper.
  • Bake: You’ll bake until the top is golden, then tent the top with foil and bake again until the top is firm and doesn’t make a squishy sound when pressed.
  • Let the bread cool completely before slicing.

Storage Instructions

Unlike most bread that goes stale more quickly in the fridge, refrigerating this one is fine. It will last about a week this way.

For preservation, it is best to wrap the bread in parchment paper. Cut it when you need it, instead of cutting it all at once.

Storing in anything that traps moisture, like plastic bags or clings wrap, is not recommended. Condensation will form if you do this.

Keto white bread is prone to absorbing moisture. If it becomes a little “wet” with storing over time, you can recover it by toasting it in the toaster.

The Bottom Line

Low carb bread is very popular in the world of ketogenic bread and most people are happy there is a keto alternative to regular bread

It’s also suitable for diabetics and the Atkins diet.