- 31. Low-Carb Soul Bread Recipes
- 32. Low-Carb Bread Sticks
- 33. Microwave English Muffin
- 34. Coconut Flour Psyllium Husk Bread
- 35. Ooey-Gooey Delicious Low-Carb Grilled Cheese
- 36. Ultimate Keto Buns
- 37. Magic Low-Carb Soft Pretzels
- 38. Banana Bread
- 39. Keto Paleo Dinner Rolls
- 40. Sugar-Free Low-Carb Everything Bagel
- 41. Brie, Ham and Green Apple Panini
- 42. Low-Carb Sandwich Bread
- 43. Paleo Date Walnut Bread
- 44. Low-Carb Banana Bread Bites
- 45. Buttery Coconut Flour Low-Carb Biscuits
- 46. Perfect Gluten-Free Buttermilk Biscuits
- 47. Super Easy Dukan Diet Bread
- 48. White Cheddar, Sausage Breakfast Biscuits
- 49. Powerbrot (Fast) Ohne Kohlenhydrate
- 50. Coconut Flour Zucchini Bread
- Have Your Pancakes and Sandwich Bread the Low-Carb Way
31. Low-Carb Soul Bread Recipes
Soul Bread is a low-carb bread that originated on an Atkins Facebook diet forum and has been tweaked and perfected ever since. The twist with soul bread is that whey protein powder is used instead of almond or coconut flour. You can make it with or without a touch of artificial sweetener, depending on your own preference. The recipe makes a loaf of bread with a crunchy crust that slices into sixteen pieces.
32. Low-Carb Bread Sticks
Here’s another variation on the low-carb bread stick recipe. These sticks are crispy on the outside and soft inside, just like breadsticks made with wheat flour. They are prepared with almond and coconut flours, eggs and olive oil, and the seasonings make each one into a mouth-watering pleasure. Just figure the carbs and calories for each piece into the total for your low-carb meal, and revel in the aromatic, savory goodness of bread sticks!
33. Microwave English Muffin
You didn’t think we’d leave out English muffins, did you? This recipe makes a great substitute for the real thing, and it’s so much healthier! The three-minute microwave English muffin is great for spreading peanut butter or cream cheese on top to get a good start on your protein intake for the day. The original version uses peanut flour but there are also paleo and vegan twists to the recipe.
34. Coconut Flour Psyllium Husk Bread
This is another take on the coconut flour and psyllium husk base for Paleo bread, and the recipe includes a combination of olive oil and coconut oil. One difference in preparation is that water is added to the psyllium powder and it is allowed to sit and form a gel before being added to the rest of the mixture. Some people don’t like the slight ‘eggy’ taste of low-carb bread and this method is used to mask it. The bread rises nicely in the oven and the calorie and carb counts are low, at 127 calories and two net carbs.
35. Ooey-Gooey Delicious Low-Carb Grilled Cheese
This is very similar to the fancy grilled cheese flatbread, except that it is first cooked in the microwave, then sliced and grilled. Because it has more of a bread texture than a flatbread one, you end up with a grilled sandwich that can have anything on it that you like. Cheese, bacon and tomato will melt in your mouth when prepared with this wholesome low-carb bread.
36. Ultimate Keto Buns
This is another hearty bread product that includes lots of seeds and fiber. The recipe is similar to the Soft Low-Carb Loaf of Bread, but without the cream cheese. The bread comes out dry and fluffy with a brown color that makes it resemble wheat bread. The keto buns can be sliced horizontally to make buns for burgers or sandwiches. Psyllium is one of the ingredients, so remember to drink lots of water when you try these.
37. Magic Low-Carb Soft Pretzels
Yes, you can have pretzels on a low-carb diet. These low-carb soft pretzels are made with mozzarella cheese and cream cheese and they can be shaped into pretzels or bread sticks. They come out of the oven with a crisp outer crust and soft bread inside. One option is to sprinkle cinnamon and sugar substitute or honey on them for a sweet and satisfying low-carb snack.
38. Banana Bread
Here’s a classic low-carb banana bread recipe with a decadent cinnamon-pecan crumb topping. The texture and the taste are both satisfying, and the banana bread can serve as an enticing coffee cake when entertaining. The bread has to be cooked in a glass loaf pan since it is transferred to the microwave for the last one to one-and-a-half minutes. You can serve this tasty and healthy sweet-bread and no one will even suspect that it’s from a low-carb bread recipe!
39. Keto Paleo Dinner Rolls
These chewy and crusty little dinner rolls are great for dipping into soup. The recipe includes a grated zucchini and organic apple cider vinegar. These remind me a lot of the little rolls you get with dinner at some restaurants, but with a big difference! The eighty-calorie dinner rolls have only two net grams of carbohydrate each and plenty of fiber.
40. Sugar-Free Low-Carb Everything Bagel
A traditional ‘everything bagel’ has about 300 calories of energy and 57 grams of carbohydrate on the average. This low-carb recipe gives you a delectable healthy version with only 134 calories and 1.6 grams of net carbs. What a difference! These low-carb bagels are made with coconut flour and flax seed, with sour cream to help keep the bread moist. Parsley, oregano, garlic powder and other seasonings combine to make these rolls delightfully zesty.
41. Brie, Ham and Green Apple Panini
This delectable low-carb flatbread recipe includes a combination of almond flour, coconut flour and whey protein. The flatbread turns out firm and perfect for slicing into bread for sandwiches. When you add ham and thinly sliced brie cheese and green apple, then heat it in a panini press, it’s hard to believe that this is a low-carb pressed sandwich.
42. Low-Carb Sandwich Bread
The twist for this basic low-carb and low-calorie bread recipe is that you can make the batter in a blender. You start with the wet ingredients, then add the dry and quickly mix it all up at high speed. It’s an almond and coconut flour recipe made with whole eggs, and baking soda helps it rise despite all those yolks in the mixture. The loaf comes out firm enough to cut into thin slices after the bread is cool, making this a good option if you’re looking for a low-calorie bread as well as a low-carb one.
43. Paleo Date Walnut Bread
One good thing about a low-carb diet (among so many) is that, over time, you just don’t crave sugar as much. This recipe makes a delicious fruit and nut bread that is naturally mildly sweet but is also packed with vitamins, fiber and protein. The portions of the recipe are enough to bake a mini-loaf, and once again we have a recipe that suggests using a blender to mix the ingredients.
44. Low-Carb Banana Bread Bites
If you don’t need a slice of power bread to get you going in the morning but crave a little something for your sweet tooth, these low-carb banana bites are perfect to keep around for a satisfying snack. Made with Bob’s Red Mill Low-Carb Baking Mix and almond flour, they are sweetened with artificial sweetener, mashed banana and applesauce. These tasty mini-muffins have 5.25 net grams of carbohydrates each.
45. Buttery Coconut Flour Low-Carb Biscuits
Each of these buttery biscuits has 143 calories and only 2.5 net carbs. They are made with egg whites and only one yolk, along with baking powder to help them rise. The biscuits don’t brown, so timing is important for this recipe to make sure that they cook for the optimal amount of time. These biscuits turn out moist and buttery with no egg aftertaste.
46. Perfect Gluten-Free Buttermilk Biscuits
These biscuits are made with gluten-free Bisquick powder, butter, eggs and buttermilk. They look, feel and taste like the real thing and are perfect for covering with low-carb sausage gravy. The recipe makes a fluffy dough and you use a biscuit cutter or the top of a mason jar to cut the biscuits out. One caveat is that the recipe does rely on a mass-produced mix that contains rice flour and potato starch. It’s best to keep the mix on hand for an occasional breakfast treat rather than making these airy and delicious biscuits a staple of your low-carb diet.
47. Super Easy Dukan Diet Bread
This bread is made with oat bran and it’s dense, filling and packed with fiber. You can toast it for breakfast and have it with protein like egg or cottage cheese, and it tastes great with avocado. This hearty bread is also delicious when dunked in low-carb soup as part of a meal. Yeast is used instead of baking powder to get the bread to rise, and the recipe includes wheat germ and flax seed.
48. White Cheddar, Sausage Breakfast Biscuits
Here’s another low-carb and gluten-free biscuit recipe that’s based on almond flour. But this recipe has more cheese, eggs and cream than dry ingredients. It also contains chopped sausage, which adds to the protein content and makes these biscuits savory and satisfying. It’s is a drop recipe with no rolling or kneading involved, just a spoon and a greased muffin pan!
49. Powerbrot (Fast) Ohne Kohlenhydrate
This is a delicious low-carb seeded quick bread made with almond flour, eggs and chopped walnuts. The secret ingredient is plain yogurt and it gives the bread a moist, satisfying mouth feel. Each slice is 233 calories and eleven net carbs, and the nine grams of protein will keep you full for a while.
English recipe: runtastic.com
50. Coconut Flour Zucchini Bread
Zucchini bread is one of my favorites, and I’m so glad that it’s a part of the low-carb lifestyle. This recipe turns out a gorgeous moist brown bread studded with walnut pieces and flecks of grated zucchini. For a tasty, effortless breakfast, you can freeze the batter in muffin tins and then store the frozen batter discs in the freezer. Just put them in the fridge the night before and microwave them in a silicon muffin pan in the morning!
Have Your Pancakes and Sandwich Bread the Low-Carb Way
Are you surprised that we came up with fifty unique low-carb bread recipes? You would be amazed at how fulfilling and exquisitely indulgent some low-carb foods are! We’ve shown you how to make all of your favorites in a healthier way – biscuits, crepes, pancakes, muffins, nut-bread, sandwich-bread, seed-bread…and the list goes on. You can find gluten-free bread and low-calorie bread here, overlapping with the low-carb bread recipes we’ve curated from all over the web.
With so many compelling reasons to live a healthy, low-carb lifestyle, these recipes will make it easier to follow the guidelines of your diet. But even more, these low-carb bread recipes are a road map to the enjoyment you can get from healthy food. It’s possible to follow a delicious and healthy eating plan and become the best and most energetic version of yourself!