Keto Bread made with almond flour is the low-carb solution to your fluffy, delicious bread needs, proving low carb doesn’t mean cutting out the bread completely!
Keto Bread is a fabulous way to cut back on the carbs without sacrificing flavor. Thank youuuuu almond flour.
Keto Bread with almond flour 101
Have your bread and eat it too. The keto/low carb lifestyle doesn’t have to be limiting.
No reason to cut out the bread completely, with a few alterations to traditional bread you can still enjoy a slice or two. The perfect substitute in recipes that require bread to make the magic happen. Prepare for a life WITH bread.
- How to store keto bread: Airtight is key to keeping any bread product fresh. It’s no secret that a plastic bag and tie do nicely, but keep in mind to minimize the air and moisture in the bag. Your bread will be fresh for up to a week when properly stored.
- Can I freeze keto bread? Yes. But for the record, we’re not big fans of freezing bread because of the crystallization and subsequent sogginess that can happen. To properly freeze your keto bread, place slices on a baking sheet and allow to freeze uncovered. Then place slices in portioned freezer bags. Allow your bread to thaw in the fridge overnight. Your frozen bread will last up to a month.
- How to keep the bread from crumbling: Use parchment paper to keep the loaf from crumbling when removing from the pan. Be sure to allow the bread to cool completely before removing from the pan.
What to eat with low carb bread
Keto bread opens the door for so many great options that would otherwise not be possible on a low-carb keto diet.
- Toast, yes, simple delicious toast! This breakfast staple can not be overlooked. Toast to perfection and add some delicious butter for good measure. (Or low-sugar peanut butter, if your heart desires.) Also, can’t forget about avocado toast.
- Keto french toast if you’re feeling fancy. (Be sure to make some bacon to go with!)
- Garlic bread – we love using our low-carb pizza crust too, but you can get some hearty garlic bread with a little butter, minced garlic and Parmesan.
- Bacon Lettuce and Tomato sandwich is classic and keto friendly, or if you want you can do our low carb BLT salad instead.
- You can also use this bread in this gluten-free breakfast casserole from My Gluten-Free Kitchen!
HOW MANY NET CARBS IN OUR KETO BREAD?
1 Net Carb per slice! This makes the bread perfect for any of your low-carb needs.
We provide the sugar alcohols information IN the nutrition card now. We do subtract sugar alcohols to get our net carbs so you have all the information provided below in case you need to do it differently. Remember we are a judgement free zone here and please be kind to others if they follow things a bit differently.
If you’d like to use another form of sugar alcohol be sure to check out our low carb sweetener conversion chart. This recipe can easily be made sweeter by using more of whatever sweetener you decide to use. We tend to go on the mild sweetener side of things so do what works for you in that regard as well.
Other low carb recipes you might enjoy:
- Keto Fat Bomb Chicken
- Keto Chicken Crust Pizza
- Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs
- Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes
Keto Bread made with almond flour is the low-carb solution to your fluffy, delicious bread needs, proving low carb doesn't mean cutting out the bread completely!
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a standard bread loaf pan with parchment paper.
In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients until well combined.
Pour the batter into the loaf pan and "tap/drop the pan" from about a 1/2 inch height onto your counter top a few times to work the air bubbles out of the batter.
Bake for 30 minutes or until a knife inserted into the middle of the loaf pulls out clean.
Allow bread to fully cool in pan before removing and slicing.