Keto Bread

Keto Bread is the answer to your low-carb prayers. With 6 healthy ingredients, it's the perfect sandwich bread. Now you can make incredible keto sandwiches stuffed with roast beef, lettuce, dijon mustard, and primal kitchen mayo nestled between slices of toasted Keto Bread. This bread is baked in a regular size loaf pan and is as tall as a store bought loaf of bread. You're going to love it!

Easy Keto Bread Recipe

All you need to make this wonderful fluffy bread is almond flour, eggs, egg white protein powder, salt, baking soda, and cream of tartar. I use egg white protein powder in this recipe because it makes this bread incredibly fluffy and helps it to rise.

Keto Diet Recipes

You'll want to check out all of the low-carb high-fat (LCHF) recipes on my Keto Diet Recipes page.

Keto Bread

Ingredients
Serves:
16slices
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Instructions
  1. In a food processor, pulse almond flour, egg white protein, cream of tartar, baking soda, and salt
  2. Pulse in eggs until smooth
  3. Transfer batter into a greased 9 x 5 inch loaf dish
  4. Bake at 350°F for 45-50 minutes, or until a toothpick stuck in the center comes out clean
  5. Cool for 2 hours, then remove from pan
  6. Serve
The MOST PERFECT, easy to make bread recipe there is. YES! IT IS TRUE PERFECTION!

How To Bake Keto Bread

When you bake this bread, be sure to place the pan on a baking sheet. I've made this bread several dozen times and it hasn't ever overflowed from the loaf pan, but it is a very tall loaf and if your oven temperature is a little off either way it may cause your loaf to expand and overflow.

How To Store Keto Bread

To store this low-carb Keto Bread, let cool overnight, then wrap in a paper towel and place it in a ziploc bag. It will keep refrigerated for 1 week when stored this way. I haven't tried freezing this bread so not sure how long it would keep in the freezer.

Serving Suggestions for Keto Bread

Keto Bread is delicious plain and phenomenal with butter or ghee, but it's even better toasted!

More Low-Carb Bread Recipes

Here are some of my other low-carb high-fat (LCHF) bread recipes that you'll love!

Comments

399 responses to “Keto Bread”

    • Chito, for baked goods recipes the eggs provide the critical structure when not using gluten or grains. I do have a Chocolate Cupcake recipe that is egg-free and it’s in this book:

      https://amzn.to/1XWy2n7

      I hope you love that recipe as much as we do!
      Elana

      • Your recipes look amazing. I see you refer people to your yummy looking eggless cupcakes for people with egg allergies. But, is there a bread out there without eggs? Cupcakes just can’t work for sandwiches and such.

        • Thanks Jenn! I’ve been working on an grain-free, egg-free bread recipe for many, many years and haven’t landed on anything yet :-)

  1. I tried this bread, and it’s great! It’s so easy to make. I hate putting things in my food processor because I hate cleaning it (so why do I have one?), so I just mixed everything in a bowl with a whisk. Turned out great! I also decided to use this recipe for making a more brioche type of bread. So I just added one stick of butter, melted, and about 1/2 erythritol sweetener. That also turned out great! After baking it for 50 minutes, I turned the oven down to 325 and baked for about another 10 minutes. Now I have two great bread recipes. I could even see making this more like a breakfast bread by adding cinnamon. Thank you so much!

  2. I really tried to like this recipe even though the taste isn’t great, but it is so dry and dense it was hard to swallow at times. It looked good, but did not eat well, even with almond butter on top.

  3. Hi Elana,
    I made a keto bread and it came out well. I substituted whey protein for the egg white protein. The only negative was the loaf was dense and didn’t rise quite like in your photo. Maybe about 2/3 that height. Do you think it was the whey protein, or……? Thanks!

      • Ok. Bought the egg white protein. Followed directions precisely. Still doesn’t rise as a “tall loaf”like in your photo. Yummy, though. Maybe in a smaller loaf pan……

        • Alan, did you use the full amount of almond flour and cream of tartar? Happy to help trouble shoot this so that it’s perfect for you :-)

  4. hi.. can I make half this quantity and still get the same texture of bread? And what size bread loaf tin should I use if I go by the above recipe?? Thanks

    • Amanda, if you click the highlighted link that says “egg white protein powder” in the ingredients portion of the recipe you will be given that info :-)

  5. My food processor is too small for this recipe. Can I just mix it up in a bowl? What about a stand mixer? Thanks

  6. I was wondering if you just used coconut flour instead of the almond flour how it would turn out. Coconut flour is lower in carbs.

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