These are the best ever Keto bread recipes I have been able to find. I haven’t tried a Keto diet yet but I was forced to go gluten-free a couple years ago. What I missed after doing so were bread and rolls. I adore a warm homemade roll. My neighbor makes the best homemade rolls. But I haven’t been able to eat any for a long time. I really miss them.
I’m sure you probably miss eating bread too, especially sandwiches. If that’s the case and I’m pretty sure it is. You’re going to love these Keto bread recipes. There are several different kinds here. You might want to try them all and see which ones you like best.
Have fun and enjoy making these Keto bread recipes. I think you’re going to love it.
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Keto Bread Recipes
1. 4-Ingredient Cloud Bread – Gluten Free Daddy
I tried cloud bread for the first time several months ago. I had pretty low expectations maybe that’s why I waited so long to try it. Guess what, I was pleasantly surprised. It used regular grocery ingredients and it was easy to make. I think it tastes like a fluffy, light bread. My whole family loves it. It reminds me of regular flatbread with the perfect amount of chewiness and it tastes a lot of pita bread or flatbread. It tastes good enough to eat plain but it’s also mild enough to put a filling or spread on it. It works great for sandwich too.
2. Best Keto Bread – Keto Connect
Matt, the author of this blog says this is the best Keto bread recipe there is to be found. He says he has tried almost every Keto bread there is over the last three years and decided this is the best one. He makes a batch once a week and eats it throughout the following week. He says once you get the hang of making the bread, it’s easy to make it quickly and easily.
3. Keto Bread – Fat for Weight Loss
Switching to the Keto diet is really hard. I think we all miss the bread and pasta the most. I missed being able to have a sandwich for lunch and toast for breakfast. Almond flour seems to be the go-to flour although I do have some here with coconut flour. Including a combination of the two flours together.
4. Keto Bread – Four Ways – Cooking LSL
This can be either baked in the oven for 10-15 minutes or in the microwave for 90 minutes. It’s really easy to make. You could make little bags with the dry ingredients and keep them on hand. Then just bake one when you need it. You can either leave them plain and use them for sandwiches or you can add things to change up the flavors. There are four different options. Including cheese, spinach and feta, and bacon.
5. Sourdough Keto Baguettes – Keto Diet Blog
I really miss sourdough bread. Martina over at Keto diet blog missed it too. She decided to develop her own Keto sourdough bread recipes. It was one of the biggest challenges she’s faced but she kept trying and trying. She finally got it right and got the recipe she wanted. You don’t need a starter either. It takes just over an hour. She uses vinegar instead of cream of tartar. Look how yummy it looks.
6. Wrap-Style Soft Tortilla Flatbread – The Keto Queens
This wrap style tortilla flatbread is perfect us use in making sandwiches, or little pizzas. They have bread-like texture and flavor. Make sure you use the yeast, don’t skip it. It gives the bread a wonder bready aroma. You can stuff them with your favorite sandwich fillings. I used to make flatbread all the time when I went gluten-free. Then I kind of got out of the habit of it. I’m going to start making this all the time.
7. The BEST Low Carb Keto Bread You Will Ever Eat – Lauren Rabadi
Almond Flour – Mozzarella Cheese – Baking Powder – Cream Cheese – Yeast Flakes – Eggs
This was shared by a member of a Keto recipe sharing group and submitted by Lauren. She says it’s the best Keto bread you’ll ever eat. So now we know two people think it’s really good. She says it’s fluffy and a little cheesy and chewy. She says it’s great if you’re really missing bread and need something to dunk in your soup or egg. Plus it’s good for a sandwich too.
8. Keto Blueberry Lemon Bread – Elana’s Pantry
This is about as simple as it gets. It’s a blender recipe so all you do is throw the ingredients in a blender, put it in a pan and bake it. If you have gotten used to not eating sugars it will be sweet enough for you. The blueberries add sweetness. It’s considered a dessert but it doesn’t have to be. I think it would be good for breakfast. A loaf could last a week for one or two people. Easy peasy no matter when you eat it.
9. Quick Low Carb Bread – Low Carb Yum
This is a basic quick and easy low carb bread recipe. It could be used to make toast for breakfast to eat with your eggs. It’s good enough to make sandwiches with. You just might find yourself eating it as an appetizer, or for a snack because you can actually eat bread on your Keto diet and you miss it so much.