Easy Keto Bread | How To Make Low Carb Almond Flour Keto Bread | No Sugar Added

Easy Keto Bread | How To Make Low Carb Almond Flour Keto Bread | No Sugar Added

Easy Keto Bread | How To Make Low Carb Almond Flour Keto Bread | No Sugar Added

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hey what’s happening guys today I am gonna show you how to make keto bread but I think it’s important before we start this recipe that I tell you we’re not making just any keto bread recipe today we are making the best the best low carb keto bread it’s soft its Airy it’s spongy to have this great pull apart texture to it it even has a pull apart crust the crust is crazy and each slice has just one net carb with that being said let’s give them this one and I’ll show you how to make keto bread the best keto bread alright so for Aikido bread we’re gonna preheat our oven to 325 degrees and while our oven is preheating we’re gonna get out a large bowl and our food scale and we’re gonna start adding our dry ingredients to the bowl so the first ingredient we’re gonna add to the bowl for our keto bread is going to be one and a quarter cups or 125 grams of superfine almond flour and once we’ve added all of the almond flour to the bowl the next ingredient we’re gonna add is gonna be some unflavored whey protein powder today I’m going with my personal favorite which is ice appears unflavored whey protein it’s zero carbs it bakes amazing and if you want to pick some up there’s a link to grab some in the video description below however if you don’t want to add protein powder you can add coconut flour as a replacement for it but you want to add half as much as I’m adding to the bowl today also it’s worth mentioning that if you do use the coconut flour you’re gonna be adding carbs to the bread because coconut flour has carbs whereas the unflavored whey protein powder doesn’t so just keep that in mind as well but for today’s recipe I’m gonna be adding one scoop or 30 grams of that unflavored whey protein powder to my bowl so normal bread is actually sweetened just a little bit and that’s what we’re gonna do for today’s keto bread but of course for our bread we’ll want to sweeten it without adding any additional carbs so to do that we’re gonna add a tablespoon or 12 grams of confectioner’s your thrall and then of course we want our bread to rise a little bit so we’re gonna add two teaspoons of baking powder as well as just a pinch of salt to bring out all the flavors of our keto bread now we can just get out a whisk and whisk if I all those ingredients until they’re well combined once they are we’re gonna add six tablespoons or 84 grams of submited butter and then we’re just gonna mix everything until a crumbly consistency starts to form in the bowl so once that happens we’re gonna set that bowl aside and we’re gonna take out an even large boom and start working on the next step of our keto bread which is the most important step and that is getting our egg whites together so like I said this is the most important step of our keto bread and for today’s recipe we’re gonna be adding 12 egg whites to our bowl and we’re gonna be whipping these egg whites until thick peaks form so you want to be meticulous in separating the yolks from the whites because if even just the tiniest bit of yolk gets in the bowl it’ll make it extremely difficult if not impossible to get the whites thick enough for your bread so now that we’ve meticulously separated the egg whites from the egg yolks we’re gonna add a quarter teaspoon of cream of tartar just to help us with these a little bit easier and then we’re gonna get out our hand mixer and beat these egg whites until thick peaks form in the bowl now once those thick peaks do form in the bowl and you’ve got something that looks like this going on in there that’s when we’re gonna set that bowl aside and we’re gonna add one of those egg yolks that we separated from earlier we’re gonna add one of those to our dry ingredient and butter Bowl and you’ll want to mix that yolk until it totally dissolves into all those ingredients once it does we’re gonna add half of our egg whites into that bowl and we’re gonna fold all those ingredients really gently into one another with a spatula and the key word there is gently also you don’t want to over mix things because you want to keep as much air as possible in your batter but once you’ve incorporated the first half of the egg whites into the batter that’s when you can incorporate the second half the egg whites and once you’ve got everything added to the bowl and folded nice and gently and a thick batter is formed in there that’s when you want to get out an 8 and a half inch by 4 and a half inch bread loaf pan you want to line it with a little bit of parchment paper and then you want to coat the parchment paper with some baking spray once you’ve added the baking spray that’s when you can add the batter for your bread and if you want a nice round shape to the top of your loaf the best thing you can do is work some of the batter from the sides of the pan to the middle of the pan so once our batter is all set in the pan that’s when we’re gonna bake our bread for 40 to 45 minutes after that amount of time I like to cover it with a bit of tin foil just so that the top doesn’t burn and then once I’ve covered it with that tin foil I’ll put it back in the oven for another 50 minutes so that’s an hour and a half of total bake time and then once the bread is done baking I’ll remove it from the oven and let it cool completely in the tray itself I actually my bread cool overnight but once it’s done cooling you can cut it into 16 slices and then check this out this is what the bread ends up looking like it’s soft its Airy it’s got this unbelievable pull apart quality to it that normal bread has with way more carbs it even has a pull apart crust that is just unbelievable and this keto bread recipe has all of that but just with way less carbs than a normal slice of bread so that’s how to make low-carb keto bread I should say that’s how to make the best low-carb keto bread if you make this I love to see your recreation of it so definitely tag me on instagram if you have instagram my handles in the video description below also in the video description you’ll find links to all the products that I used to make the keto bread today so if you need the almond flour or the protein powder or the earth all links to all that stuff and more are down there as well also down there is the full ingredient list as well as the macros for every slice of bread and that’s pretty much it I hope you guys enjoyed this keto bread recipe I hope it’s the best keto bread that you ever make and I will see you in the next recipe

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Keto bread is easy to make! And today I’ll show you how to make THE BEST keto bread recipe in existence! This low carb bread tastes so close to the “real thing”. It also has the same texture and consistency of normal bread, but with FAR FEWER carbs!

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THINGS I USED IN TODAY’S KETO BREAD RECIPE:

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Protein Powder:

Cream of Tartar:

Super Fine Almond Flour:

Confectioners Erythritol:

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Macros Per Slice (Recipe Makes 16)

107 Calories
5.75g Protien
1.5g Carbs
(1g fiber)
.5g NET CARBS
8.5g Fat

*NOTE: Macros don’t account for the erythritol sweetener, it has ZERO CALORIES.
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