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Top 5 Keto Bread Recipes

These are the best recipes for how to make low carb bread. Here you’ll find everything from bagels to tortillas. There is no reason to miss bread just because you are trying to eat healthier. Just make your bread low carb instead. You’re going to love these keto bread recipes!

1. Sandwich Bread

Good old sandwich bread, a must have no matter what diet your on. This easy Keto Sandwich Bread Recipe – is light, fluffy keto white bread perfect for slicing that toasts beautifully and makes a perfect low carb bread!

This easy keto bread recipe is super simple – just mix and bake – and requires only four ingredients (outside of salt and water) – and is done in less than 30 minutes baking time!

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2. Keto Low Carb Flatbread

This bread recipe can be used to make a tasty snack such as “Keto Low Carb Flatbread Tortilla Chips”. However, my best thoughts would be used to make a yummy pizza crust with this recipe.

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3. Keto Waffle Bread

The best keto white bread substitution is here! This White Bread Keto Chaffle tastes just like regular sandwich bread. This white bread chaffle is super easy to make, just a few common ingredients and a mini waffle maker are all you will need to make this delicious white bread chaffle.

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4. Keto Bagels

Truly chewy keto bagels – my personal favourite! These bagels are low carb, nut-free, and take only 5 ingredients to make. Easy and delicious, they will take your healthy breakfast to a whole new level.

They taste like bagels, they have that real bagel chewiness, and they are quite easy to make. They reminded me of traditional Montreal style bagels…smaller and denser than the New York kind, but full of flavor and delightfully chewy. They toast really well too, and with a schmear of cream cheese, you can truly enjoy bagels again.

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5. Keto 90 Second Bread

A 90 second keto bread that’s not eggy (at all!) and toasts great. Expect a lovely lightly sweet bread that’s ridiculously easy to whip up!

Dense, but soft and lightly crumbly but then when you warm it up, it goes softer again. It’s funny business with these mug breads (and cakes). Either way it toasts nicely, and in the end this is non negotiable.

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