Easy Low Carb Almond Flour Bread Recipe – NO Yeast, & NO Bread Machine!
Whatever you THOUGHT you knew about dry, dense, cardboard-esque low carb bread recipes, think again. This low carb almond flour bread is soft, perfectly moist, and does not disappoint! It holds together well and has a fluffy, bread-y bite—perfect for low carb sandwiches.
And, unlike other keto bread recipes, there’s no cream cheese or dairy involved. Instead, this low carb almond flour bread recipe features none other than: almond flour! I LOVE the subtly nutty, comforting flavor it adds to my bread.
Plus, it’s loaded with wholesome fats which make this grain free bread more satisfying than traditional grain-based breads. And, nixing the grains also makes this a paleo bread recipe! Best of all, there’s NO yeast involved, no waiting on rising dough, and no bread machine needed.
A soft, satisfying low carb bread that actually fills me up? And, just 7g net carbs per slice?! This low carb almond flour bread recipe is hard to beat!
Fluffy, Grain Free, Paleo Bread—Without the Carbs?
What’s bread without the carbs? It’s a philosophical question that’s plagued low carb and keto dieters everywhere. But, thanks to the not-so-secret ingredient in this low carb almond flour bread, you can enjoy a bread that tastes like real bread—without the carbs!
For low carb baked goods, almond flour is one of my go-to grain free flours because it’s rich in wholesome fats and fiber. But, that makes it less fluffy and more dense than traditional flours. Which, on its own, wouldn’t make for a soft and satisfying low carb bread recipe…
So, what’s the secret to fluffing up this low carb almond flour bread? Super fine almond flour and whipped egg whites! The result is a low carb, grain free, paleo bread that's crave-ably soft like you won’t believe.
Plus, without the traditional wheat flour base, you’ve got a naturally low carb AND gluten free bread recipe. If you’re on a low carb lifestyle or looking for a gluten free bread that’s lower in carbs, you don’t have to say ‘no’ to sandwiches anymore!Print