Basic keto bread recipes
This spongy, nutrient-packed loaf uses heat-safe collagen peptides to give every bite an extra protein boost. With additional ingredients like almond flour and eggs, this recipe creates a sturdy slice that holds up to sandwiches and spreads. Unlike most recipes, this keto bread is a miraculous 0 net carbs!
With low-carb pantry staples like almond flour and Himalayan salt, this keto bread recipe produces a basic loaf with no eggy taste whatsoever. Separating the eggs helps this bread stay fluffy without any yeast — plus, each slice is only 1.25 net carbs. To stay more Bulletproof, simply use grass-fed butter.
If you are sensitive to lactose, try this keto bread recipe. Instead of butter, the ingredients list calls for grass-fed ghee, which contains much little to no lactose. With only four other ingredients, you can have this loaf ready to enjoy in well under an hour. Plus, each luscious slice tallies up to 3 net carbs.
This paleo keto bread recipe makes a delicious option for coconut lovers. For a low-fuss loaf, blend coconut flour with ingredients like eggs, coconut oil, and salt — then bake away for a sturdy bread with only 1.3 net carbs per serving. Make this recipe totally nut-free (and more Bulletproof) by swapping almond milk with full-fat canned coconut milk.
Using a blend of almond and coconut flours, this sturdy keto bread will even hold up to freezing. Take 10 minutes to blend flours with baking powder, salt, butter, and egg whites, then bake for an easy loaf that won’t turn your kitchen upside down. Stay more Bulletproof and use grass-fed butter in this recipe — each slice will still run you just 1 net carb.
Most iterations of this keto bread recipe include inflammatory cream cheese, but this one uses coconut cream to keep every bite dairy-free. Just like ordinary cloud bread, this recipe makes light and fluffy slices — all with only four ingredients and .4 net carbs per serving.
This keto bread recipe creates a perfect outer crust and soft crumb, thanks to high-fat macadamia nuts ground right into the batter. Blend nuts with eggs, coconut flour, baking soda, and apple cider vinegar, then bake. That’s it! Per slice, each serving runs 1 net carb — just make sure you avoid eating macadamias too often to stay Bulletproof.
A combination of baking soda, lemon juice, and baking powder eliminates the need for yeast in this bubbly keto bread recipe. With tons of Italian seasonings, olive oil, and flaky salt sprinkled on top, you’ll want to include this loaf with every meal. Each generous slice is 3 net carbs — and to stay more Bulletproof, simply avoid eating garlic and xanthan gum too often.
Sneak some veggies into your keto bread with this simple, flavorful recipe. A combination of riced cauliflower and coconut flour makes a convincing substitute for starchy bread ingredients, while sea salt and herbs add a savory touch. To stay Bulletproof on this 3-carb bread, use grass-fed butter and avoid eating garlic too often.
Keto bread recipes: Flatbreads and tortillas
Even without the gluten of a traditional tortilla, this keto bread recipe creates a soft and pliable alternative perfect for all your favorite taco fillings. Almond and coconut flours keep carbs to a minimum, while xanthan gum holds everything together. Each tortilla tallies up to 2 net carbs, and takes only five minutes to cook. No Bulletproof substitutions needed — just avoid eating xanthan gum too often.
Use this keto bread for wraps, dips, curries, and anywhere else you’d normally use a naan-style bread. This recipe creates tasty, pliable bread with no eggs and only 2.6 net carbs per serving. To keep it more Bulletproof, swap olive oil with avocado oil or coconut oil, and avoid eating psyllium husk too often.
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This paleo, keto bread alternative uses cauliflower as a base for flexible, flavorful tortillas. Squeezing the moisture out of the riced cauliflower, plus adding eggs, keeps these tortillas sturdy enough for taco fillings or wraps. To stay more Bulletproof, steam cauliflower instead of microwaving.
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No oven, no problem: You can still make keto bread right from your skillet with this recipe. Since it uses simple ingredients and cooks in batches from your stovetop, you won’t have to wait long for bread to cool before devouring it. To stay Bulletproof, use grass-fed butter and avoid eating too much xanthan gum.
Keto bread rolls, bagels & buns
When you crave a pillowy-soft roll for burgers, sandwiches, and bread baskets, make this keto bread recipe. Eggs, coconut flour, and psyllium husk make up the bulk of the dough before baking into perfectly spongy buns — all at 6 net carbs apiece
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This “lazy” keto bread recipe is anything but boring: Crumbling the butter directly into the dough creates moist and tender biscuits for all your sweet and savory recipes. Plus, this recipe takes 30 minutes from start to finish and keeps each biscuit macro-friendly at 3 net carbs. Stay more Bulletproof and use the sour cream and whey protein swaps suggested in the recipe, plus avoid eating flaxseed too often.
Use this keto bread recipe to create chewy and dense bagels with less than 5 net carbs. Almond flour blends with binders like eggs, xanthan gum, and psyllium husk for a sturdy base, while chopped rosemary adds an herby finish. Avoid eating xanthan gum and psyllium too often to stay more Bulletproof.
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Cauliflower makes a delicious replacement in low-carb recipes, and this keto bread is no exception. Riced cauliflower blends with coconut flour and anti-inflammatory turmeric to create hot and fluffy buns with no veggie taste. To stay more Bulletproof, steam cauliflower instead of microwaving and skip the black pepper.
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With five ingredients and 10 minutes of prep, this keto bread proves that anyone can make keto bread. This recipe makes buttery rolls with almond flour as the main ingredient, and each one runs only 2 net carbs. Keep this recipe more Bulletproof with grass-fed butter or ghee.
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This keto bread recipe delivers sweet heat with no corn whatsoever — instead, it uses a blend of coconut flour and sweetener to capture the same taste and texture for about 3 net carbs per serving. Add fresh cranberries and jalapeño slices for a fun twist that pairs well with holiday meals. To keep this recipe more Bulletproof, use grass-fed butter, swap almond milk with full-fat canned coconut milk, and skip the peppers if you have a nightshade sensitivity.
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Unlike other low-carb bagels that require conventional cheese to bind them together, this keto bread recipe uses psyllium husk to create the same dense texture. You may want to enjoy these bagels split in half, since each one contains 7 net carbs. Keep every bite more Bulletproof and use grass-fed ghee, swap white vinegar for apple cider vinegar, trade olive oil for avocado oil, and avoid eating psyllium, garlic, or sesame seeds too often.
Keto bread recipes: Pizza crust
While this recipe includes breakfast toppings like smoked salmon and eggs, you can use the keto bread base for savory pizzas as well. Using a blend of riced cauliflower, coconut flour, and psyllium husk, this recipe holds up well to even the heaviest pizza toppings. Plus, each filling serving runs you 7 net carbs.
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Make this keto bread pizza base crispy and thin, or roll it into a thicker, fluffier crust — no matter how you prepare it, this recipe cuts out all dairy, grains, and gluten for a total of 6 net carbs. Coconut flour and psyllium creates a firm texture, while apple cider vinegar lends a tangy flavor. To stay more Bulletproof, avoid eating garlic and psyllium husk too often.
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In less time than it takes to order delivery, you can have this keto bread base ready to enjoy — plus, it requires no baking! A quick dough made from almond and coconut flours, xanthan gum, and egg, then sizzles in your skillet before taking on your favorite toppings. To keep this 2-carb pizza crust more Bulletproof, avoid eating xanthan gum too often.
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This stovetop keto bread base takes an even more minimal approach. Combine almond or coconut flours with egg whites and baking powder, then cook on your stove top for a chewy and sturdy crust. Skip the optional black pepper to stay more Bulletproof.
Keto bread recipes: Dessert breads
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This moist and nutty keto bread recipe incorporates wholesome keto ingredients like shredded zucchini, almond flour, and spices. Bake your batter for a sweet loaf under 3 net carbs. Swap olive oil with grass-fed ghee, use Ceylon cinnamon, and skip the nutmeg to stay more Bulletproof.
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With warm spices and crunchy nuts, this keto bread recipe packs your favorite fall flavors into one loaf. Pumpkin and keto flours create a moist and tender base for warm spices like cloves and ginger. Each slice is 3 net carbs — and to stay Bulletproof, simply use grass-fed butter and skip the nutmeg.
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Make the most of seasonal blueberries with this sweet and summery keto bread. Using nut butter and almond flour, this recipe creates a crisp crust and muffin-like interior with 3 net carbs per slice. To keep it more Bulletproof, use raw almond or cashew butter and grass-fed butter or ghee, plus swap almond milk with full-fat canned coconut milk.
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This keto bread recipe answers your sweet and spicy cravings with a tender loaf made from gluten-free flours and warm cinnamon. Each serving of this bread delivers 7.6 net carbs, but you can cut more carbs with a sweetener like non-GMO erythritol. Stay more Bulletproof with grass-fed ghee and Ceylon cinnamon, plus avoid eating chia or flax too often.
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Rich cocoa powder, coconut cream, and low-glycemic sweeteners make an addictive, chocolatey take on zucchini bread. Top this loaf with melty chocolate chips, and each slice still fits in your macros with 3.4 net carbs. To stay more Bulletproof, use Ceylon cinnamon.
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Using a blend of stevia, erythritol, and fresh cranberries, this keto bread strikes the perfect balance between sweet and tart flavors. Plus, this recipe doesn’t skimp on berries — it uses an entire 12-ounce bag — and still keeps net carbs down to 5 grams per serving. To keep every bite Bulletproof, use grass-fed butter and omit the molasses.