When you’re first trying to figure out how to make your own keto bread, know that it doesn’t have to be complicated.
But if you don’t want to spend the time to figure out how to make your own ketogenic bread, you can try some of the recipes below.
Some recipes might look similar, while some recipes might look completely different. So it might take a few tries, but you can find a version of a ketogenic bread you might like more than another.
The paleo version of a keto bread recipe is made using almond flour. And, the bread makes 18 slices for a total of 3 carbs per slice. Or for those counting net carbs, it’s 1 gram of net carbs a slice too.
The recipe calls for a little bit of erythritol, which helps give the bread a more realistic taste. And the addition of xanthan gum is used to help give it a chewy texture since almond flour is gluten-free.
This keto 90-second bread recipe is a great alternative when you want to make bread in a pinch. It’s only 4 ingredients, and you can choose to use almond flour or coconut flour as the base.
Some suggestions in the comments mention adding some rosemary, grated cheese, or other flavorings to reduce the egg taste in the recipe. And even adding a little salt could be helpful in reducing the eggy taste.
This keto bread looks like the real thing and calls for 7 ingredients using a combination of almond and coconut flour. With each slice being 3 carbs or 1.5 net carbs per slice.
What’s interesting is this recipe uses both coconut oil and butter. So I’m not sure if using both of those fats, in combination of the two flours, is what makes it look more bread-like.
Similar to the last keto bread recipe, this calls for 7 total ingredients – but only uses almond flour as the base. So there are some similarities to the previous recipe, but the outcomes look completely different.
The recipe notes state that each slice is 1.25 grams of net carbs. And it should make about 20 slices of bread. This bread is soft and moist, but it can also be a bit more crumbly.
This keto-friendly bread is the original keto bread in the low carb and keto space. Based on Maria Emmerich’s own recipe for keto bread, this recipe uses almond flour and psyllium husk as the base flour.
If you’re struggling to get fiber, this may be the bread for you. This 8 ingredient recipe makes 6 servings and has 2 net carbs per serving.
Ok, so these keto bread rolls look amazing and look like the real thing. The recipe calls for 6 ingredients and uses a combination of almond flour, coconut flour, and mozzarella and cream cheese.
The delicious-looking rolls have 6 total carbs or 4 net carbs per keto roll. And, each keto roll has an impressive 11 grams of protein, and 32% of calcium per roll. This recipe will make about 8 rolls.
With 9 ingredients, this almond flour keto bread is a great way to use up your almond flour. This recipe makes 12 servings and is about 160 calories per slice. And, according to the author, this recipe is not eggy tasting.
Each slice of this keto almond flour bread is 4.1 total carbs or 0.6 grams of net carbs. This recipe uses psyllium husk powder which helps add more fiber to the bread and helps make the bread taste like whole-wheat bread.
Using only 4 ingredients, this keto bread recipe calls for using almond flour as the base. And using only eggs, butter and coconut oil for the rest. I was surprised to not see baking powder or anything to help the bread rise.
The recipe makes enough for 12 slices of almond flour bread. And each slice is 3.9 of total carbs or 2.2 net carbs. I’m not sure how this bread tastes, but it looks amazingly simple to make.
If you’re a fan of the quick microwave bread, then here’s another one you might like! This keto 90 second bread recipe has options for using both almond flour and coconut flour.
Depending on which flour you use, you’re looking at a total of 4.7 carbs or 2.7 net carbs using almond flour. Or, 5.7 total carbs or 2.7 net carbs when you use coconut flour.
This ketogenic bread calls for a combination of almond flour and egg protein powder. With only 6 ingredients, this one might be an interesting one to try out if you can find egg protein powder.
Each loaf of bread makes 16 slices. What I don’t see on this page is the nutrition information. So you’ll have to plug the nutrition into My Fitness Pal to figure out the total or net carbs.