Are you in the Keto Zone® and looking for new low-carb bread recipes? If you’re like most people, this is a necessary food!
Turns out, this is not always an easy feat. As you take a jaunt around the internet, you’ll find many recipes that require too many expensive ingredients, have a horrible texture, are too difficult to make, or are just plain bad-tasting.
Search no more!
We’ve offered many great Keto Zone® low-carb bread recipes over the years. Today, we’ve gathered our readers’ top 5 choices. Some will surprise you, and all will satisfy your needs for Keto Zone® low-carb bread with easy, delicious recipes.
Countdown: Readers’ Favorite 5 Keto Zone® Low-Carb Bread Recipes
#5: Keto Zone® Pumpkin Bread
This may seem like a weird place to start, but quick breads are often great choices in the Keto Zone®. In fact, this pumpkin bread is chock-full of nourishing Keto Zone® ingredients, like eggs, coconut oil, pumpkin, collagen, MCT oil powder, and more.
Of course, all the ingredients in our Keto Zone® pumpkin bread are nourishing. But, did you know pumpkin itself offers anti-inflammatory components and antioxidants while supporting heart health and high energy?
It tastes great as a snack, with nut butter, or even in a breakfast sandwich.
How much will it cost you in terms of carbohydrates? Amazingly, each slice contains only 2 grams of net carbs!
#4: Stovetop Pizza Crust
A pizza crust may not be your first notion for bread, but this easy, stovetop Keto Zone® pizza crust is perfect for hot sandwiches, cold sandwiches, and more!
It requires only 8 ingredients and a few minutes to make. It contains a mere 2.5 grams of net carbs per servings. What’s more, it is a consistent winner with a great texture and flavor.
#3: Best Ever Keto Zone® Waffles
Another surprise? Again, this is not a standard piece of bread. But, waffles can be used for sandwiches (both breakfast and lunch), snacks, desserts and more.
Best of all, this low-carb “bread” contains only 1 gram of net carbs!
What’s more, it combines nutritious ingredients like almonds, coconut flour, Keto Zone® Fiber Zone, and eggs. Not only will you end up with a winner for low-carb bread, but you’ll nourish your digestive tract and entire body.
#2: Keto Zone® Cloud Bread
If you haven’t tried cloud bread, it’s time to fire up the oven and make your new favorite low-carb bread recipe! This easy and versatile bread combines just 4 common ingredients and makes a great bread for sandwiches, breakfast, avocado toast, snacks, and more.
As you notice the readers’ comments on the recipe, you’ll find that many have substituted the dairy ingredients with non-dairy as needed.
Keto Zone® Cloud Bread contains no net carbs!
#1: Keto Zone® Protein Bread
Without further ado, we have a winner!
There’s little doubt that our Keto Zone® Protein Bread has generated the most excitement! It’s a low-carb bread that’s all protein. In fact, it’s made with just 2 simple ingredients: eggs and Keto Zone® Hydrolyzed Collagen!
If you’re looking for a low-carb bread you can toast and eat with butter, or use in sandwiches, try our Keto Zone® Protein Bread. It’s easy, contains 0 grams of carbohydrates, and might become your all-time favorite as well.
Looking for Non-Bread Low-Carb Options?
Keto Zone® eaters are amazingly creative. In fact, some of our favorite breads are not breads at all. Want to see what I mean? Try these great ideas for Keto Zone® low-carb sandwiches without bread today!
Options to Buy Low-Carb Bread
Of course, you might also want to buy low-carb bread. It can be nice to have options in a pinch. But, buyer beware: even “healthy” low-carb commercial bread can have harmful ingredients. Be choosey and avoid bread that contains:
- Wheat or grain flours (whole grain and refined). These are high in carbs (much too high to stay in the Keto Zone) and are not tolerated well by many people.
- Partially hydrogenated oils. These processed oils are associated with inflammation, many chronic health issues, and unhealthy cholesterol levels. What’s more, animal studies indicated that processed hydrogenated oils are detrimental to our healthy gut bacteria (1).
- Soybean Oil. Soybean oil is another processed, cheap, concentrated form of omega-6 fatty acids. They compete with anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats in your body and promote inflammation throughout. They are linked to metabolic health issues (2).
- Preservatives. Homemade foods are generally made without harmful, chemical preservatives. Commercial foods, on the other hand, are often loaded with them. Avoid buying foods with Sodium Propionate (an antifungal drug that can also work as an antibiotic (3)) and Sodium Metabisulfite (has a long history of possibly causing breathing reactions and irritated tissues when handled (4)). Unfortunately, these preservatives are found within many “health” foods.
You’ll never have to search for a low-carb bread recipe again! Try any, or all 5 of our Keto Zone® readers’ favorites. You’re sure to find your new go-to low-carb bread.