Keto Friendly Food

Super Easy Low Carb Bread Recipe with 10 Min Prep Time

Not eating bread regularly is difficult for most people although the core principle of a Keto diet is cutting down the food high in carbohydrates.  The Internet told us that lots of many options for low carb bread are available. Because we wanted to eat fresh bread, we baked a “Keto friendly bread” on our own and then moved on to trying packaged bread for comparison.

Low carb bread recipe

Super Easy Recipes

We reviewed several YouTube channels and Google searched easy low carb bread recipes. Soon we found this simple recipe using coconut flour. You’ll be amazed by how yummy this low carb bread is from such a simple recipe!

Nutrition fact:

One loaf of bread includes 40g of carbohydrates and 24g of fiber which translates into only 16g of net carb. If you slice a load into 6 pieces, each slice will only have less than 3g of net carb. Hooray!

Equipment you need:
  • A Bowl to Mix Ingredients in
  • A Hand Mixer – if you don’t have one, manual blending will do it but it takes longer
  • A Silicon Loaf Pan or Baking Tin – if you use baking tin, need a piece of baking paper. A silicon loaf pan is pretty cheat at Amazon.
  • A Spatula or a large spoon
Ingredients for one load of bread:
  • 1/2 Cup of Coconut Flour (approx. 56g)
  • 1/2 Cup of Salted Butter (approx. 115g)
  • 5 Large Eggs
  • 1/2 tsp of Salt
  • 1/2 tsp of Xanthan Gumhttps (only if you want to make it chewier)
Easy 5 Steps:

1. Mix all ingredients listed above altogether. Let the mix sit until consistency to be thick.

2. In a silicon loaf pan, spray olive oil or if you are using a baking tin, lay baking paper so that the ingredients won’t stick

3. Using a spatula (or the back of a large spoon), pour the mixture to the pan and smooth the top part

4. Place the pan in the oven for at 190F (355C) for 45 minutes

5. Remove the pan from the oven, cut the bread out and serve while it’s moist and soft!

Ways to Serve:

My preference is to eat it while still hot with no spread and enjoy the ingredients, but you can use it for sandwiches to a French toast. My husband loves eating it with peanut butter just like a kid.

Keep It Fresh!

I love homemade food because the recipe doesn‘t use preservatives. But it means the bread won’t last 3 weeks like bagged bread from the grocery store. I recommend eating all part within 2 to 3 days. After 3 days, you’ll see signs of becoming stale. To prolong its freshness, please keep the bread in an air-tight container (air-tight tin, bread bag, bread box, paper bag folded). Don’t wrap it in plastic as it will mold faster from internal moisture.

Other Options

For those of you who prefer buying bread from a store or online, here are two of popular products we tried and liked:

  1. ThinSlim Foods Love-the-Taste ZERO CARB Bread HoneyZero carb bread

Nutrition fact: Each slice, 1 oz., has 45 calories, 7g of protein and 0 net carb (total carb minus fibers). How is this possible? Unfortunately, the Company website does not reveal the secret.

Price: It’s $7.99 per 14oz bag, so it’s not cheapest but not too expensive for a no net card bread which is a miracle. Shipping is free for an over $100.

Pros: Tastes just like bread, no insulin spike as it doesn’t contain sugar (0 net carbs),

Cons: When it’s toasted, it gets kinda dry and lackluster. I recommend using with spread or for a sandwich. Eating it as grilled cheese sandwiches is the best!

Overall Score: 75. It’s guilt-free, but it doesn’t taste the same. Anyone who tries it blindly can tell it’s somewhat different from regular bread. In addition, a good number of Amazon reviewer noted that their packages arrived with mold….… disappointing!

Check the current price at Amazon: Click Here

2. Paleo Thin Bread Almond from Julian Bakery Low carb bread

Nutrition fact: Each slice, 43g, has 60 calories, 7g of protein and a 1g net carb (total carb minus fibers). The spec is good. Ingredients includes almond flour and organic coconut flour.

Price: Not sure why but it‘s only available as a pack of 3 and cost $29,99.

Pros: Fresh and so soft. If you freeze it as soon as it arrives, it will last up to 6 months. Also, 1g net carb is acceptable under keto protocol.

Cons: If you don’t refrigerate the pieces you are not freezing for later use, it will rot. Must refrigerate it all the time.

Overall Score: 50 because it’s hard to keep it fresh. Flavor is good enough but since it’s on a softer side, I had to toast it to hold spread better. I don’t recommend using it as a sandwich bread.

Check the current price at Amazon: Click Here

To Be Continued….

I hope you found your next favorite low carb bread here. We will continue exploring low carb options that are low priced but Yum for all keto dieters on the same journey as me and my hubby!

Many thanks for reading my article!

Stephanie Kern

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  • Louis

    Since I started indulging in a keto lifestyle, I had to drop bread because of its high carb content. I’m really happy to see a bread recipe that’s keto friendly. I’ve never really given this a thought. Making bread with coconut flour would really suit my needs, as my local stores don’t sell low carb breads. I bet it would taste even better!

    Thanks for the information, loved it!

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hi, Louis. Thanks for commenting and I’m glad you liked the article! Making a low carb bread is truly easy and the best part is that you can eat it without feeling guilty. Please let me know what you think if you try it! Thanks again.

  • Gracen

    Hi,  eating Keto diet is a great way of shedding weight, however some of my colleagues who are involved with keto diet find it difficult to do away with bread and I must say that bread contributes a lot towards weight gain.With this your simple recipes on how to bake low carb bread, they will be thrilled to try it out. I love everything that has to do with coconut, this will certainly make it more delicious.The ingredients and steps involved are well laid out and makes it less complicated enough for a first timer in bread baking to follow without getting confused. I will direct my friends to your site, they will keep on coming for more.

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hi, Gracen. Welcome to my website and thank you for leaving a comment. I hope you and your friends try baking the low carb bread using my recipe and please do let me know how it goes if you actually try it. Love to hear your thoughts!

  • Yormith96

    Hi Stephanie, this really a nice step by step on homemade process of low carb bread, I think I will personally try this out this weekend that am less busy and no work, the only challenge I will be having is, I don’t have a hand mixer here, I will have to get one at store before trying it out, all equipment are ready and I will buy only have to buy coconut flour, other ingredients are ready,

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hello, Yormith96! Thank you so much for visiting my website! Please do try making the low carb bread because it is truly easy and yummy. Also, it’s okay if you don’t have the mixer. You can manually mix it and what’s what I did and surprisingly it didn’t take too long. I hope you’ll enjoy the super easy low carb bread! Thanks for commenting and hope to hear your thoughts on the bread.

  • Ayodeji

    I once read about low cab breads and the benefits and I was amazed of its importance, but I never thought about making one myself. That’s why I really like this post, it goes all the way with the recipe, the what-you-need, and amazing pictures for better illustration and understanding. Great work putting this up, I got to learn something new. 

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hi, Aypdeji. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! Yes, it is indeed easy and surprisingly tasty. When you get a chance to bake it on your own, please let me know how that goes! Thanks again.

  • Kehinde Segun

    Hi there.

    This is a really great post about another way of healthy living.  I could have even thought making low carb bread might cost a fortune, but never really know that it is actually easy to eat healthily. There is actually a huge advantage in making some food like this at home. It not even advisable to eat such food like this from the grocery’s store because might be stale and its nutrient might have gone. It is a really good idea to make such food from the house. 

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hi, Kehinde. Thanks for swinging by and leaving a comment. Yes, baking a low carb bread on your own is a cost effective AND healthy way to enjoy a bread. It is also super easy and anyone can do it without expensive equipment. All you need is a baking tin. (I got my tin from a dollar store). Hope you will try it and if you do, please let me know how you like it! Thanks again.

  • Adamuts

    Thanks for writing out this lovely article and I must say its a must for everyone to read and digest.low carb bread is cutting down a carbohydrates in Keto dieting. This article explain the bread recipes made from home wit no preservative,this post made it clear and easy to prepare as the ingredients and the equipment has been listed. I will definitely give it a trial and make it a surprise for my partner. Thanks for the information 

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hello, Adamuts. Thanks for your comments. Yes, it is super easy and healthy way to make low carb bread. I hope you’ll try it. If you do try it, please let me know how you like it or suggest ways to eat it. Thank you!

  • Olalekan

    Yeah thanks for this informative article on super low Carb bread Recipe. Low carbohydrate bread is really beneficial to health especially in losing weight and as well good for people with diabetes. I love eating it but I don’t know the recipe or steps in baking it. Your article will be of great help to me because I will follow the guide to prepare it by myself. Thanks for sharing. 

    • Stephanie Kern

      Hello, Olalekan. Thank you so much for coming to my website and leaving comments. I know lots of people, I’d say almost everyone, love eating bread but at the same time they want lose weight with the keto diet. With this super easy low carb bread recipe, I hope lots of people can enjoy low carb bread without feeling guilty. Cheers!

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