Are you in the Keto Zone® and looking for new low-carb bread recipes? If you’re like most people, this is a necessary food!
Turns out, this is not always an easy feat. As you take a jaunt around the internet, you’ll find many recipes that require too many expensive ingredients, have a horrible texture, are too difficult to make, or are just plain bad-tasting.
Search no more!
We’ve offered many great Keto Zone® low-carb bread recipes over the years. Today, we’ve gathered our readers’ top 5 choices. Some will surprise you, and all will satisfy your needs for Keto Zone® low-carb bread with easy, delicious recipes.
This may seem like a weird place to start, but quick breads are often great choices in the Keto Zone®. In fact, this pumpkin bread is chock-full of nourishing Keto Zone® ingredients, like eggs, coconut oil, pumpkin, collagen, MCT oil powder, and more.
Of course, all the ingredients in our Keto Zone® pumpkin bread are nourishing. But, did you know pumpkin itself offers anti-inflammatory components and antioxidants while supporting heart health and high energy?
It tastes great as a snack, with nut butter, or even in a breakfast sandwich.
How much will it cost you in terms of carbohydrates? Amazingly, each slice contains only 2 grams of net carbs!
Find the recipe here: Keto Zone® Low-Carb Pumpkin Bread
A pizza crust may not be your first notion for bread, but this easy, stovetop Keto Zone® pizza crust is perfect for hot sandwiches, cold sandwiches, and more!
It requires only 8 ingredients and a few minutes to make. It contains a mere 2.5 grams of net carbs per servings. What’s more, it is a consistent winner with a great texture and flavor.
Find the recipe here: Keto Zone® Stovetop Pizza Crust
Another surprise? Again, this is not a standard piece of bread. But, waffles can be used for sandwiches (both breakfast and lunch), snacks, desserts and more.
Best of all, this low-carb “bread” contains only 1 gram of net carbs!
What’s more, it combines nutritious ingredients like almonds, coconut flour, Keto Zone® Fiber Zone, and eggs. Not only will you end up with a winner for low-carb bread, but you’ll nourish your digestive tract and entire body.
Get our recipe here: Best-Ever Keto Zone® Waffles
#2: Keto Zone® Cloud Bread
If you haven’t tried cloud bread, it’s time to fire up the oven and make your new favorite low-carb bread recipe! This easy and versatile bread combines just 4 common ingredients and makes a great bread for sandwiches, breakfast, avocado toast, snacks, and more.
As you notice the readers’ comments on the recipe, you’ll find that many have substituted the dairy ingredients with non-dairy as needed.
Keto Zone® Cloud Bread contains no net carbs!
Find our recipe here: Keto Zone® Cloud Bread
Without further ado, we have a winner!
There’s little doubt that our Keto Zone® Protein Bread has generated the most excitement! It’s a low-carb bread that’s all protein. In fact, it’s made with just 2 simple ingredients: eggs and Keto Zone® Hydrolyzed Collagen!
If you’re looking for a low-carb bread you can toast and eat with butter, or use in sandwiches, try our Keto Zone® Protein Bread. It’s easy, contains 0 grams of carbohydrates, and might become your all-time favorite as well.
Get our recipe here: Keto Zone® Protein Bread
Keto Zone® eaters are amazingly creative. In fact, some of our favorite breads are not breads at all. Want to see what I mean? Try these great ideas for Keto Zone® low-carb sandwiches without bread today!
Of course, you might also want to buy low-carb bread. It can be nice to have options in a pinch. But, buyer beware: even “healthy” low-carb commercial bread can have harmful ingredients. Be choosey and avoid bread that contains:
You’ll never have to search for a low-carb bread recipe again! Try any, or all 5 of our Keto Zone® readers’ favorites. You’re sure to find your new go-to low-carb bread.
I was looking to see if you have a recipe for millet bread? All the other brands of bread with millet are all garbage & taste so terrible. I have read your book 2 x “Healthy Gut Zone” that speaks about a millet bread by “Udi’s” but the ingredients are all junk. So, wondering why you don’t have another recipe for everyone made with millet grain or millet flour. I am actually thinking of trying to make my own home-made millet bread with cassava flour too. I have bought so many different brands of Gluten-free breads and each one is worse tasting then the other & so very expensive. Never thought i would ever pay $12.00 for a loaf of g/f bread. And the bread was terrible tasting and mushy & a gel like substance feeling in ones mouth.
Hi Terri, Thank you for your comment! We will see what we can come up with for millet. Take care!