Keto Loaf Bread Recipe
This low carb keto loaf bread recipe has a lot going for it. This bread is so tasty that you will have a hard time sharing it with anyone. Enjoy it as you would any other traditional bread and if you have any left over, you can make a great keto french toast the next day! The possibilities are endless. Follow our step by step guide here:
I bet you are wondering how bread without gluten can taste so good? Easy: The answer is replacing it with almond flour, which is an extremely healthy ingredient that is low in carbohydrates. Better yet, because the taste is rich and filling. You don’t only have to eat it for breakfast. This bread can be eaten for dinner or as a snack and you can have it with almond butter or as an avocado toast or you can pair it with vegetables or your favorite cheeses. The result is always divine!
Delicate and buttery in flavor much like pound cake, although its texture will be more consistent, and its sweetness comes from any seeds you use or dried fruit or nuts.
Keto Cooking Spray
4 Large eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup superfine Blanched almond flour
1/2 Chia Seeds
3/4 Unsweetened almond milk or if preferred water can be used
4 tbsp organic coconut oil or if using butter melted
2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
Preheat your oven to 350F. Grease your bread tin with keto cooking spray and set aside. It’s important to use a tin for bread making (size 8×4) instead of a larger pan to avoid the bread coming out flat.
In a large container, start by combining the eggs, your almond flour, chia seeds (you may use other types of seeds or none if preferred), almond milk, melted coconut oil or butter, baking soda, and salt. Combine these ingredients using a food processor or a hand mixer in your bowl until fully mixed. You will know this step has been completed when you don’t see any lumps in the mixture and see it all starting to come together.
Transfer your bread mixture into your greased loaf tin and bake in the oven for 30 minutes. And now you just wait.
Tip: Depending on your oven, you may need to do the old toothpick test to check whether it’s done baking.
The bread can be cooled down by leaving it in the same loaf tin, or you can transfer it to a wire rack for about 15 minutes.
Macros per serving:
Net carb: 2g
To finish it all off, no matter how you choose to enjoy this Keto version of bread we know you will love it because of its distinctive taste and texture. So, if you were looking for a keto bread recipe with just a few low priced ingredients, and most importantly, requiring little work to make, then congratulations! You found it. Now, don’t forget; like any other baking recipe, following measurements and instructions is key when baking any bread. Other than that, this recipe can be divided into 10 slices and eaten in a variety of ways such as in a burger, or as a grilled cheese sandwich, and even as a yummy toast for breakfast.