Keto Bread Recipes
Bread. The staple food in many of our diets and the one thing that could be standing between you are your ketosis.
But don’t worry, it is possible to live a ketogenic lifestyle and still have your bread and eat it. You just have to try one of these yummy keto bread recipes instead.
Whether you’re looking for a sliced loaf, a dinner roll, a breakfast bagel or even a slice of garlic bread, there is something here for all of your cravings!
Do they taste the same as “real” bread? Honestly, nope, but these recipes are good enough that you’ll soon learn to love them just as much!
As always the food bloggers I’m featuring today really know their keto stuff so when you click through to see the recipes make sure you hang around to check out what other low carb recipes they have to share with you!
Keto & Primal Soul Bread
The Soul Bread recipe is so popular that it even has it’s own Facebook group! There are many variations of this recipe but Martina’s leaves out the baking powder and uses glucomannan powder instead of xanthan gum to make it primal-friendly as well as keto friendly. This bread has a neutral taste so you could top it with something sweet (like jam) or savoury (like ham and cheese).
Easy Low Carb Bread Recipe – Almond Flour Bread
If you’re looking for a wholemeal wheat bread replacement try this recipe from Maya at Wholesome Yum. This recipe only uses 5 ingredients, and it tastes so good that Maya’s husband thought she’d accidentally bought “real bread”! If you wrap up the loaf it should keep for about five days, although it might not actually last that long!
Easy Keto Bread Recipe
If you prefer your bread to be the white variety then this recipe is well worth a try. It uses almond flour and is sturdy enough for sandwiches while still having a delicate crumb. It toasts well too.
If you’re planning a burger eating and want a hamburger you can actually hold in your hands then cloud bread is a good option. Leave yourself plenty of time to prepare it though as this recipe requires time and patience to get it right. Unfortunately cloud bread doesn’t store very well so just make as many as you need to serve for dinner.
The Best Keto Dinner Rolls
Oh my. If you never thought you’d be able to enjoy that sight again then you’ll be pleased to read that the dinner roll right there is totally keto compliant! They taste good enough to be eaten all by themselves, or you can use them as burger buns or pizza bases.
Keto Skillet Rolls
If skillet rolls are what you’re yearning for then this recipe for keto dinner rolls will not disappoint!
Low Carb Bagels Recipe with Fathead Dough
The skillet dinner rolls recipe used Fathead dough, and this low carb bagel recipe does too. Kim shares three different ways to make these bagels and if you use a food processor (her favoured method) you can have fresh bagels all ready for breakfast in a matter of minutes!
Ultimate Keto Buns
If you’re looking for a wheat bun replacement then check out this ultimate keto buns recipe. The rolls are light and fluffy and they freeze well too so you can make two batches and pop one in the freezer for another day. Make sure you pay close attention to the temperature of the water as it can make or break this recipe!
Keto Naan Bread with Melted Garlic Butter
Naan bread is the perfect side for your Indian food but it’s great with salad or as a base for a sandwich too so be sure to save the leftovers (if there are any!)
Low Carb Garlic Bread
Here’s the faithful Fathead dough recipe again, this time being used to create a delicious low carb garlic bread. Whether you eat it on it’s own, have it as a side with soup or serve it up to friends buffet style this recipe is sure to become a firm family favourite!