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Keto Bread Recipes

If you thought you had to give up bread to follow keto, I think you’re going to love this recipe collection. I love creating keto bread recipes, and I’ve gathered my favorite low-carb recipes for you to browse. Sandwich bread, pretzels, breadsticks, dinner rolls, and easy microwave bread recipes are just a few you will find in this list. These low-carb recipes will satisfy your craving for bread and help keep you on track.

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Sandwich Bread | This keto bread only has four ingredients and is great for sandwiches, toast, and more. Plus, you only need one bowl, and it’s ready to go in the oven in about ten minutes.

Garlic Bread Muffins | These easy low-carb muffins are full of cheese and garlic flavor. They have a similar taste and texture to bread but in individual muffin form.

Microwave Peanut Butter Bread | This is a quick and easy bread recipe you can make in the microwave. The dough is cooked in a mug, and then you can slice it into rounds. Even though it’s flourless, it has a similar texture to regular bread.

Cloud Bread | This light and fluffy keto bread gets its name from the airy texture. You only need four ingredients to make it! I also have an avocado cloud bread that you might like, too.

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Parker House Rolls | Soft, rich, buttery rolls – these have many similar elements as classic parker house rolls but are low-carb and keto-friendly.

Hawaiian Rolls | You can make keto Hawaiian rolls that are soft, fluffy, and sweet like the originals and still stay on track if you’re following a low carb diet. They are great as a side dish or use them for sandwiches.

Zucchini Bread | This bread is tender, moist, and sweet and is a great way to use up leftover zucchini.

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Bagels | I’ve come up with a few keto bagel recipes, and the first one is a cheesy bagel that only has five ingredients. You can also make low-carb bagels using cauliflower or zucchini!

Crunchy Breadsticks | Make these crunchy breadsticks a side dish for salads or soup or make them a snack for parties. You only need three ingredients, and they are easy to make.

Snickerdoodle Bread | If you like snickerdoodle cookies, you should give this keto snickerdoodle bread a try. It’s sweet and spiced with cinnamon, just like the cookies.

Hot Cross Buns | This Easter classic is keto-friendly, yeast-free, and gluten-free. They are lightly spiced and sweetened, with icing as decoration.

keto breadsticks

Restaurant-Style Soft Breadsticks | If you love the soft breadsticks you can get at restaurants, you will love this keto version. They are buttery with garlic flavor – you can hardly tell that they are gluten-free and keto-friendly.

Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Bread | This savory bread is perfect as it is or use it to make sandwiches or toast. It’s a great way to use zucchini.

Soft Pretzel Bites | You don’t need any flour or yeast to make delicious soft pretzels. This easy recipe is made with fathead dough and is perfect as a snack or appetizer.

Garlic Rolls | Soft pull-apart rolls that are a great alternative to traditional garlic rolls. Make them for holiday dinners, or anytime you want a soft roll as a side dish.

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Bread Rolls | This is a great basic keto bread roll that can be used to make sliders or serve them as a side dish.

English Muffins | You can make a single keto English muffin in the microwave in about two minutes. Plus, you only need four ingredients to make it.

Cauliflower Bread | Another bread substitution I love is this cauliflower bread. It’s sturdy enough to use for sandwiches or toast it and add your favorite toppings.

30-Minute Breadsticks | If you’re craving a savory, cheesy snack, this keto breadstick recipe is ready in about 30 minutes.

Microwave Mug Bread | This quick bread-in-a-mug is one of my favorite keto bread recipes. You only need a few minutes to make it, and it looks and feels like traditional bread.

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