21 Keto Bread Recipes

Thanks to Courtney Hamilton at Paleohacks.com for today’s keto recipe roundup.

One of the biggest challenges on the keto diet is curbing your cravings for carbs.

We’re used to filling up on bready things to feel satiated, so it makes sense that we reach for a sandwich when we’re low on energy. Going keto typically means that you need to give these foods up, but luckily, it is possible to whip up keto-approved loafs, rolls, and more that cut carbs while delivering the same chewy crumb you crave.

This recipe list has everything from fluffy almond flour sandwich bread to low-carb and keto-friendly snacks, like buttery garlic bread. On the sweeter side, there’s moist zucchini bread dripping with gooey, sugar-free dark chocolate, or a quick and easy blender batter blueberry-studded sweet loaf.

Sate your bread cravings with these keto-friendly recipes, and cut the carbs while doing it.

#1 PaleoHacks | 3-Ingredient Keto Cloud Bread

This fluffy keto bread is lighter than air because it’s not weighed down by any flour whatsoever.

#2 Diet Doctor | Keto Garlic Bread

Whip up a big bowl of zucchini noodles with marinara sauce and pair it with this keto garlic bread for the perfect keto alternative to pasta night.

#3 PaleoHacks | Amazing Low-Carb Keto Bread

This keto-friendly take on sandwich bread uses plenty of eggs to incorporate air, making the dough super light and fluffy.

#4 With Food and Love | Hearty Seed Bread

Switch up your idea of whole grain bread with this keto version made with crunchy seeds like pepitas, sunflower, flax, and chia.

#5 PaleoHacks | Cauliflower Bread Sticks

Become one of those people who makes genius use of cauliflower with this low-carb take on garlic bread sticks.

#6 Health Starts in the Kitchen | Everything Bagel Keto Bread

Missing bagels? This bread takes all the best parts of an everything bagel and makes them keto.

#7 PaleoHacks | Paleo Cauliflower Garlic Bread

Cauliflower strikes again in this garlicky bread. It’s best topped with creamy avocado and olive oil!

#8 Wholesomelicious | Keto Sandwich Bread

Pile this sandwich bread high with your favorite keto toppings—we’d go for sliced turkey and creamy avocado, ourselves.

#9 PaleoHacks | Keto Raspberry Bread

Sweet breads can still have a place on the keto diet, as you’ll find with this delicious raspberry loaf.

#10 PaleoHacks | Keto Biscuits with Coconut Flour

Coconut flour is the ultimate low-carb solution in these fluffy biscuits, just waiting to be slathered in grass-fed butter.

#11 Keto Connect | Keto Pumpkin Bread

You’ll love this sweet, crumbly pumpkin bread, packed with warm fall flavors.

#12 Ditch the Carbs | Coconut Flour Low-Carb Zucchini Bread

Zucchini packs in so much moisture in this low-carb zucchini bread, it’s almost cake-like.

#13 Sweet as Honey | Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Made with sugar-free chocolate chips, this chocolate zucchini bread is an indulgent yet keto-friendly treat you can feel good about.

#14 Sugar-Free Londonder | Fluffy Keto Buns

These keto buns are perfect for breakfast, as a snack, or as a dinner roll side.

#15 The Harvest Skillet | Macadamia Nut Bread

Who knew ground macadamia nuts could be transformed into crisp, tasty bread?

#16 Nutrition Refined | Psyllium Flatbread

These psyllium husk-based flatbreads are a low-carb alternative to naan and pita. Yum!

#17 All the Nourishing Things | Blender Batter Keto Lemon Blueberry Bread

Channel spring with this lemony blueberry loaf that you can mix up right in the blender.

#18 Mad Creations Hub | Keto Hemp Seed Bread

Incorporate healthy hemp seeds in both the batter and exterior in this crazy nutritious bread recipe.

#19 Sugar-Free Mom | Low-Carb Blueberry English Muffin Loaf

Part English muffin, part bread loaf, this blueberry-studded treat is all keto.

#20 Low Carb Yum | Coconut Flour Psyllium Husk Bread

Keep this coconut flour bread on hand to serve with your favorite meals. It’s super easy to throw together!

#21 The Castaway Kitchen | Keto Thins

Sate a stubborn carb craving with these soft and chewy keto buns.

Thanks again to Courtney Hamilton from Paleohacks.com. Interested in seeing a certain recipe or roundup of a certain category—Primal or Primal-keto? Let us know below!

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  1. Waaw… 21 keto bread recipes!
    All are looking yummy. It will take 1 month for me to try all these recipes.
    Thanks for sharing delicious stuff.

  2. All these recipes are so healthy and they looks so tempting, I am sure you are very creative and you keep on making such new recipes. Please keep sharing such insightful post .

  3. I love quiche but have not seen keto piecrust recipe. Anyone have something that would work to line a pie dish?

  4. Just want to share a couple more of my FAVORITE keto baked good recipe sites… not to be missed. I have no stake in them, just love their recipes!

    This site has hands down the best flaky pie crust and pizza crust recipe! With meticulous directions and tested recipes… they have incredible ideas!

    ketoappdiet.com (also a great fb group!) has a crispy tortilla recipe that can also make nachos… super good!

    And a site you mentioned in your post, lowcarbyum, has a great tortilla recipe…. that you can reheat in a skillet with little butter to make it crispy! I just had a grilled cheese sandwich with two of them… 🙂

  5. Hi guys. I made the ‘Amazing Low Carb Keto Bread’ and want to share my experience.

    I thought I’d give it a go, as I haven’t been eating bread for a while but I always miss it and I was really hoping for something similar to the real thing. I’m a pretty good cook and am creative and confident in the kitchen.

    Anyway this ‘bread’ turned out but it’s not something I’d make again. It made me realize that this type of substitute bread is something I’ll have to reconcile to myself as not being worth the disappointment. I just know that in future if I want a piece of bread every once in a while, I really don’t want to settle for a less-than great in the mouth feel or flavor so I’ll probably have the real deal, gluten included, in delicious ciabatta, pana di casa or sour dough or something similar, because honestly these substitutes don’t usually make the grade. I’ve tried a few and I mean no disrespect to anyone who comes up with these recipes as it’s obviously no easy task, but in MHO it’s near impossible.

    Besides that, although the recipe was easy, & had few ingredients (& maybe because of that), it very definitely tasted eggy and it was very dense too. I asked my husband to also try some of the finished product that day, to see what he thought too as he’s a great cook and always gets the seasonings right and is very supportive of my food journey into Primal eating.

    Well when I asked later that day what he thought, he didn’t answer straight away. That already told me so much. I guess he was trying to think of something encouraging to say and he had to think about it for quite a few minutes. But being unable to hide his true feelings, (which I completely understand as I’m the same, hence my comment here), he finally told me that it made him cough a lot which he thought was due to the texture which comes from the almonds, and which makes it seem drier, ( even though I can honestly tell you it wasn’t dry). Know here that I didn’t overcook the loaf either. In fact I was very careful to watch it and took it out of the oven a little bit earlier rather than later and it was perfect.

    My husband then went on to say that it could probably be eaten broken up into a bowl with some milk added, like a cereal. At that I burst laughing because coupled with my experience of eating it, his idea sounds very possible.

    This bread has a firm sponge like cardboard type texture.

    I tried my slices that same morning topped with some delicious bacon and a little cheese and mustard, I normally have eggs and bacon etc for breakfast so this was meant to be a change whilst still being primal. I drank my coffee in tandem mouthfuls as I also found it dry.

    However, having said all that, I did actually find an amazing gluten free recipe for biscuits, through a site called SpinachTiger. The lady there is a genius. Look the site up and try her gluten free biscuits. They are no fail and TASTE 100% AS GOOD AS regular gluten filled biscuits. I’d even go as far as saying they’re better. Not sure how keto friendly they are though. I haven’t done the breakdown or maths etc. But I digress. If you’re going keto, maybe just forget about the substitute breads. They’re just not usually satisfying, and really, why bother putting food in your mouth that’s less than great anyway. Life is too short.