21. The Best Low-Carb Bread
Next up in our march toward the ultimate low-carb bread directory is sub rolls! This recipe is from Maria Emmerich, and it’s the basis of the recipe for Amazing Bread Rolls. You can make the bread with almond or coconut flour, and the recipe includes apple cider vinegar and baking powder. These sub rolls will rise in the oven, like sub rolls made with wheat flour. However, they have twice the protein and almost one-third of the carbohydrates!
22. Multi-Purpose Low-Carb Bread Recipe
This bread recipe uses the ever-present almond flour, coconut flour and psyllium husk powder to create a basic low-carb bread recipe that’s versatile enough to make bread, pizza rolls and even sticky buns. We’ve mentioned some of the results of using psyllium husk powder, which include bread sometimes turning out a bit damp, but with the benefit of it being firm enough not to crumble when sliced. Carolyn recommends Now Foods brand of psyllium flour for best results, a tip that we’ve encountered before.
23. Cornbread, Sugar-Free Cornbread, Coconut Flour Bread
Did you think we had already covered all the varieties of low-carb and no-carb bread? Not when we haven’t yet mentioned cornbread! This is an easy recipe that combines coconut flour or almond meal with coconut oil, corn and other ingredients to create flavorful and moist cornbread. It’s a tweak on the original cornbread recipe by Maria Emmerich, which uses coconut milk and leaves out the corn.
24. Soft Low-Carb Loaf of Bread
This is a multi-seeded bread with a rough texture, and each slice looks lovely and healthy. The recipe includes sesame, flax and fennel seeds, along with psyllium husks, and it creates bread that is nutritionally dense and very high in fiber. The loaf slices well and this bread is definitely suitable for making toast. As a sandwich with other ingredients, it will make a meal that satisfies the appetite and keeps hunger away for a good long time.
25. Flatbread (Coconut Flour and Psyllium)
Here’s another flatbread made with coconut flour and psyllium husk powder. The ingredients create a dough that is rolled, flattened and dry fried in a pan. The finished flatbread looks a bit like pita bread, and you can use it like pita, to dip hummus or sauce. The bread is also useful as a sandwich wrap or it can be used to make a mini-pizza. Be sure and increase your water intake for each one you eat, since one of the main ingredients is psyllium.
26. Sweet Spinach Bread Rolls
Cottage cheese and dried potato fibers are two of the unusual ingredients in this recipe from a Danish blog. A handful of fresh spinach leaves gives the low-carb bread a green color along with additional vitamins and minerals. Cinnamon, cardamom and a bit of artificial sweetener add to the flavor. The thick batter makes spinach rolls that can be sliced crossways to use like bagels.
27. Keto Breadsticks
There are three different ways to prepare these low-carb breadsticks, and each kind is a distinctive pleasure to eat. You can make plain bread sticks, but extra-cheesy and cinnamon-sugar breadsticks add a bit of low-carb luxury to your food choices! In addition to almond flour and psyllium husk powder, this recipe calls for two cups of mozzarella cheese. The seasonings determine whether they turn out savory or sweet.
28. Pillowy Light Cloud Bread
This is the same recipe as Rosemary Cloud Bread, but without the herb. Plain cloud bread is an all-purpose breakfast bread that can be eaten with butter and jam or topped with sliced meat and cheese. The cloud bread also makes a great base for cinnamon toast, with cinnamon and artificial sweetener or honey on top.
29. Low-Carb Bread Recipe
Here’s an interesting low-carb bread recipe from ‘across the pond’ in the United Kingdom. The recipe is basically an egg and almond flour keto bread with applesauce and tapioca added. This bread is dairy-free and gluten-free and it bakes up nice and airy, with a springiness that keeps it together. I can picture making this recipe with red and green peppers and a bit of corn, for a tempting low-carb Indian bread.
30. Sour Cream and Chives Biscuits
You had me at sour cream and chives. We’ve covered breakfast cake, French toast and buns, so why not biscuits? Feta cheese, sour cream and chives are added to this biscuit recipe for a low-carb breakfast delight. The biscuits come out of the oven golden brown and they are easy to pull apart and enjoy.