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Simple At Home Keto Bread Recipe

For the past few months, I have been on the Keto Diet. This is a very restrictive diet that basically has you cut carbs and sugars (natural or otherwise) from your diet as well as root veggies and legumes. At points, it feels like there isn't much you can eat but that isn't the case at all. This diet is definitely not for everyone but I decided to take this "extreme" step after months of working out and eating intuitively didn't give me the results I was expecting.

If you've ever tried a specific diet in the past, you know that it typically involves a lot of home cooking because most restaurants don't really cater to such specific needs. After my initial Keto flu (horrible migraines caused by sugar withdrawal and foggy brain) I decided to have some fun with recipes so my diet wouldn't be sooo boring. Naturally, I fired up my Pinterest app where I found a wealth of Keto food knowledge.

One of the first recipes I looked for was a Keto-friendly bread recipe which many users have uploaded, but the recipe I used was by the Pinterest user Keto Connect. If you like cooking, this recipe will be pretty simple to recreate. Some of the ingredients this recipe calls for are: almond meal or flour, stevia, and eggs. Keep reading for the full list of ingredients and check out my instructional video below.

The first time I tried this recipe, I didn't have stevia on hand so the bread tasted very eggy because the recipe calls for A LOT of eggs. This time around, I added the stevia which masked the egg flavor and gave the bread that slight sweetness most regular breads have. You can also add in yeast for the yummy fermented taste that most breads.

The Keto diet can be a lot of fun if you take the time and recreate the things you typically like using substitute sugars and flours. Trust me, you can make just about anything! If you want to recreate this bread recipe, check the list of ingredients and cooking instructions, below.


1 1/2 Cups of Almond Flour or Meal
6 Eggs
4 Tbsp of butter (melted)
3 Tsp Baking Powder
1/4 Tsp Cream Of Tartar
Pink Salt To Taste 
A few drops of liquid stevia


1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Farenhite
2. Separate the eggs yolks from the whites.
3. Beat the egg white with hand or stand mixer with cream of tartar, until light and fluffy.
4. With a spatula, fold in the rest of the ingredients one-by-one. Do not overmix. 
5. Pour mixture in a bread pan and bake for 30 - 35 minutes. 

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