5 Best Keto Diet Bread Recipes You’ll Drool Over

Are you planning on trying out the Keto diet? It can be hard to pull away from some of your favorite foods. Luckily there is one staple food that you don’t necessarily have toss out of your life.

You can have your bread and eat it too so to speak. The great thing is that even though the recipes are a little different, the Keto bread that you make will still have the soft, spongy texture that you come to love with the store-bought bread. 

To help you keep this necessary delight and still stay true to your diet, here are a few Keto diet bread recipes that won’t fail to get your mouth watering.

1. Collagen Keto Bread

Unless you check out this guide on eating your keto meals in a restaurant, chances are you’ll be making most of your bread-like items at home. The collagen Keto bread is a good starting point to this. As the name suggests, this recipe is made with collagen powder which adds an extra protein factor. 

To start things off you’re going to need:

1/2 Cup of grass-fed, unflavored collagen powder

5 Pastured eggs 

6 Tablespoons of almond flour

1 Teaspoon of aluminum-free baking powder

1 Tablespoon of liquid, unflavored coconut oil 

Pinch of Himalayan salt 

1 Teaspoon of xanthan gum or 3/4 tablespoon konjac flour

Preheat your oven to 325 while you prepare the bread. Coat your bread tin with the coconut oil and then beat your egg whites until you get stiff peaks. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a separate bowl and set them to the side with the eggs. 

Grab a small bowl and whip together your eggs yolks and liquid coconut oil. Dump all of your mixtures into the egg whites and mix them together until it’s thick and gooey. 

Pour the batter into your pan and bake it for around 40 minutes. Slice it into twelves when it’s done and enjoy. 

2. Paleo Coconut 

If you’re a coconut fan then you’re going to love this bread. It’s sturdy and perfect for all your favorite spreads and so simple to make. All you’ll need to get started is:

1/2 Cup of coconut flour

1/4 Teaspoon of baking soda and salt 

1/4 cup of melted coconut oil

6 Eggs

1/4 Cup of unsweetened almond milk

Set your oven to 350 and have it preheating while you prepare the batter. Line your bread pan with parchment paper. Grab two bowls and combine your wet ingredients in one bowl and your dry in the other. 

Once both of these mixtures are good and combined, you’re going to slowly start adding the wet ingredients into the dry ones and stir until you have a thick batter. Pour the batter in your bread pan when it’s ready and bake it for about 50 minutes. 

3. Cloud Bread 

If you can’t have dairy then you’re in luck because this bread doesn’t use the stuff. As the name suggests, this is a light and fluffy bread that’s perfect for buns or just for a snack. The best part, it only needs four ingredients to make it. 

3 Tablespoons of coconut cream from a can of coconut milk that’s been in the fridge overnight

3 Eggs

1/2 Teaspoon of baking powder 

Any toppings you want such as rosemary  

The only downside to this recipe is that you have to move fast so go ahead and have all your ingredients at arm’s length before you set your oven to 325. To start out, you’re going to spoon out the top of your refrigerated coconut milk into a small bowl. Crack your egg yolks into the bowl with the coconut cream and put your whites into a separate bowl. 

Take your hand mixer and beat the cream together with the yolks until there is no trace of the coconut cream chunks. Beat the egg whites and baking powder together until you have stiff peaks and then carefully combine the two mixtures. 

Drip your batter onto the baking sheet lined with parchment paper and place your little circles of happiness into the oven for about 25 minutes. 

4. Macadamia Nut 

The macadamia nut bread is also completely dairy free. The taste is super buttery and it’s perfectly soft in the middle. It’s the ultimate Keto sandwich bread!

5 Large eggs 

5 Oz of macadamia nuts 

1/4 Cup coconut flour 

1/2 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and baking powder

After you set your oven to 350 you’re going to create a sort of nut butter by placing your macadamia nuts and eggs into a food processor/blender. Make sure that you’re adding the eggs one at a time until you get the right consistency. 

Once all the eggs have been added and mixed, you’re going to add the remainder of your ingredients. When you’ve got a nice batter going, you’re going to pour it into a greased bread pan. Bake it for about 30 minutes and then let it cool for about 15. 

5. Cauliflower with Garlic & Herbs 

You can make bread out of just about anything if you put your mind to it. This includes cauliflower. You’ll need,

10 Large eggs

3 Cups of cauliflower (riced in a food processor)

1 1/4 Cup of coconut flour

1 Teaspoon sea salt 

1 1/2 Tablespoon gluten-free baking powder 

6 Cloves of mixed garlic 

1 Tablespoon parsley

1 Tablespoon rosemary 

6 Tablespoons of unsalted butter melted

Set your oven to 350 and line your loaf pan with parchment paper. Steam your riced cauliflower until it’s nice and tender and let it cool. While the cauliflower is cooling, beat your egg whites until they form stiff peaks. 

Put 1/4 of the egg whites into the food processor along with the coconut flour, sea salt, egg yolks, baking powder, melted butter, and garlic. Turn back to the cauliflower and use a paper towel to get out as much moisture as possible before you put it in the food processor too. 

Process the ingredients until they’re good and combined before you add in the rest of the egg whites, rosemary, and parsley. Finish mixing it and then pour it into your pan and put it in the oven for about 50 minutes. 

Delicious Keto Diet Bread Recipes that Will Leave You Wanting More 

Just because you’re going on the keto diet doesn’t mean you have to give up the mouth-watering allure of bread. Use these Keto diet bread recipes to have your morning toast and eat it too. 

Are you just starting the Keto meal plan? If you want to be successful with it, read this beginner’s guide


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