Looking for easy keto bread recipes to stay in ketosis? Try these best low carb bread recipes that are quick and easy!

When you’re on a diet, be it the ketogenic diet or any traditional diet, the mere fact of depriving yourself of certain foods makes you crave them 100x more.

Sometimes it will be pizza, other times it will be ice cream, and today we’ll talk about bread.

One day or the other, you’re going to crave bread. And because I don’t want you to cheat on your ketogenic diet, I’ve made a list of the 7 best keto bread recipes that you can make quickly and easily.

These are all low-carb and will make you forget you’re on a diet! (Well, almost)

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Keto Cloud Bread

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This keto cloud bread is my go-to when I want a quick burger bun.

They’re also great for sandwiches, and each roll is only 0.6g net carbs.

I must admit I prefer more sophisticated keto bread (recipes below), but this one is great if you’re in a hurry.

90-Second Keto Bread

Full recipe here

Perfect to make a super quick keto sandwich, this 90-second bread will really come in handy if you don’t have time for a more sophisticated keto bread recipe.

I still prefer the recipes below, but you really can’t beat the easiness of this recipe. It’s even made in the microwave to be easier and quicker.

Best Keto Bread

Full recipe here.

This keto bread recipe is among the best of the best.

It’s very easy to make, yet has the perfect texture and taste. It feels like wheat flour bread, and if you’ve been making keto bread for some time now, you know how hard that is to achieve!

If there’s one low-carb bread recipe you must try first, it’s this one.

Gluten Free Paleo Keto Bread

Full recipe here.

This keto bread recipe comes as a close second: it’s soft and fluffy with a great crumb.

What sets it apart from other low carb bread is that it uses only half the amount of eggs while still rising like traditional bread.

This means you won’t have an eggy taste in your mouth, which makes it perfect to eat some cheese, for instance.

Keto Sandwich Bread Recipe

Full recipe here.

This keto bread is slightly different from the others in that it is absolutely perfect for sandwiches.

It’s much softer than the other ones, but nonetheless tasty, so you can have a keto sandwich without hurting your palate.

Simple Keto Bread

Full recipe here.

If you’ve ever been turned off by a keto bread recipe containing so many weird or unusual ingredients, this recipe is for you.

It’s made with ingredients you probably already have in your closet, such as almond flour, eggs and baking powder.

No need to go to the grocery store, you can probably make it right now with the ingredients you already have.

Almond Flour Keto Bread Recipe

Full recipe here.

Again, here’s a great low carb bread with only 5 easy-to-find ingredients.

It has a delicate crumb and nice air pockets, while being slightly chewy like traditional bread.

I’d say this one is particularly great for breakfast since it toasts very well.

Low Carb Coconut Flour Bread

Full recipe here.

With a stronger taste than the other keto bread recipes, this one is for true bread lovers (I’m not talking about tasteless French bread here).

If you like real bread, like the ones you can find in Europe (France, Italy…), this is it.

You can thank me later.

Macadamia Keto Bread

Full recipe here.

Here’s an exotic keto bread recipe for you.

Made with macadamia nuts and coconut butter, this one will surely taste like nothing you’ve ever tasted before.

I personally love it, because I’m always on the hunt for new tastes, but some people might not like the difference between this one and “real” bread.

So, try it if you’re an explorer at heart. Don’t if you’re looking for keto alternatives to real bread.

That’s it! Feel free to Pin It so you can come back later and make these delicious keto bread recipes!

You’ll Love These Keto In Five Cookbooks!

Keto in Five

As you already know, the key to success is simplicity and satisfaction with your diet. I’ve been on Keto for a long time now, and these are the best e-cookbooks I could ever put my hands on: Breakfast in Five, Lunch in Five, Dinner in Five & Dessert in Five.

Each ebook contains 30 recipes. Every recipe is made with just 5 ingredients and has up to 5 grams of net carbs. That means you can have seconds of any meal and you’ll still be within your daily carb limit!

If you’re ready to invest a small amount of money to get your precious time and pleasure back, be sure to check it out.