Best Keto Bread Recipe

Keto Bread In A Mug With Almond Flour – Microwave Recipe

This epic keto bread is made in a mug in a microwave in 90 seconds! No carbs and no gluten! It toasts beautifully and tastes like real bread!

Keto Bread In A Mug With Almond Flour

OMG! This keto bread in a mug is so amazing, it feels like it’s almost too good to be true! Look at this golden brown toasted keto bread with real bread texture and real bread taste! Super high protein and low carb and so good for you!

If you are on the keto, paleo, gluten-free or low-carb diet, you absolutely NEED this amazing carbless bread recipe in your life! If you miss real bread, this is as close to real bread as it can get!  Imaging biting into this chewy bread with real holes and crumbs and eating it all up – oh yeah!

Best Ever Keto Bread

Another amazing thing about this keto bread is that it makes you extremely full! Unlike the real bread that’s full of carbs that just make you hungry, this healthy protein bread is super filling! If you eat this keto bread in a mug for breakfast, it will keep you full until lunch!

Low Carb Gluten Free Keto Bread Spread With Butter

You can use this keto bread to make sandwiches, burgers or toast.  Try it spread with mashed avocado to make amazing avocado toast – yum!

Keto Bread With Almond Flour

How To Make Microwave Keto Bread With Almond Flour

This easy microwave keto bread is extremely easy to make.  Since it’s individual serving, it just cooks in a microwave in 90 seconds!

To make this protein bread, you will need either a very wide microwave-safe mug or a small microwave-safe bowl.  Do not make this in a narrow mug as the bread will end up too small in diameter.  If your mug is not wide, just use a bowl 🙂

The ingredients for this individual serving keto bread are very simple – 3 tbsp of almond flour, 1 egg white, 1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1 1/2 tbsp of melted butter.  First, melt the butter in a mug or bowl, then mix in the almond flour and baking powder, and then mix in the egg white.  Microwave on High for 90 seconds and your lowcarb bread is ready!

Here’s how the almond flour batter looks before it is cooked:

Keto Bread Almond Flour Batter

And here’s how it looks after it’s microwaved for 90 seconds:

Microwave Keto Bread In A Bowl

It doesn’t get stuck to the bowl, it just comes right off!

Microwave Gluten Free Bread With Almond Flour

Slice the keto bread in half like a muffin and enjoy! If you’d like, toast it in the toaster – so good!

How To Make Keto Bread In A Mug

If you like this keto bread recipe, you will also love these amazing healthy recipes:

Gluten-Free Cheese Bread – these epic cheese dinner rolls are gluten-free and taste amazing!

Tomato Cucumber And Avocado Salad – this healthy salad is so colorful and tasty, everyone loves it!

Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps – using a lettuce leaf instead of a taco shell to make keto tacos!

Easy Chicken Fajitas – high protein low carb complete meal, so easy to make!

Baked Kale Chips – healthiest keto snack ever, these oven baked kale chips are so crunchy and addictive!

90 Second Keto Bread In A Mug
 
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This amazing keto bread is made in 90 seconds in a mug in a microwave! It toasts beautifully and tastes like real bread! No carbs and no gluten! This is the only keto bread recipe you'll ever need!
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Recipe type: Bread
Cuisine: American
Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 3 tbsp almond flour
  • 1 egg white
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • 1½ tbsp butter
Instructions
  1. Put butter in a wide microwave-safe mug (or small microwave-safe cereal bowl). Microwave for 10 seconds or until melted.
  2. Add almond flour and baking powder to melted butter and mix until combined. Add the egg white and mix until combined.
  3. Put the mug back in a microwave and microwave on High for 90 seconds.
  4. Remove the keto bread from the mug and slice in half (like English muffin).
  5. If desired, put the keto bread in the toaster and toast it.

 

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This amazing keto bread in a mug is ready in 90 seconds in a microwave! It toasts beautifully and tastes like real bread! This is the only keto bread recipe you'll ever need!

28 replies
  1. Diane
    Diane says:

    Can I use coconut oil instead of butter as I have allergies.

    Early reply appreciated as I want tu add some herbs to it and give it an Italian flavour

    Reply
  2. Ashley
    Ashley says:

    I have made this at least 6 times! Its great to have an English Muffin type bread! I always toast mine so I havent tried it untoasted. My one issue I keep running into is large air pockets at the bottom of the bread. Is there a trick to prevent that from happening?

    Reply
    • Melanie Mendelson
      Melanie Mendelson says:

      To minimize air pockets, mix the batter until it’s just combined (not overmixed and not undermixed). Also, I’ve seen some people recommend tapping the mug several times on the counter before microwaving as it can help get rid of excess air.

      Reply
  3. Maria
    Maria says:

    Do you think it will be ok to do it with a whole egg, instead of just the egg white?, because it feels such a waste?, or if i am to make it with commercial boxed whites, what amount do you recommend??
    Gracias

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  4. Semi-pro
    Semi-pro says:

    Notes;
    Start with salted butter and fresh baking powder(less than 30 days old), this will help with rise.
    Add salt to taste. (I found my almond flour was too raw? tasting) Also helps with fluffiness.
    Depending on wattage, cook bread for up to two minutes to reduce moisture.
    Brush beaten egg yolk on top of bun and broil for a second, until golden.
    Have fun and make it your own!

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  5. Cyndi
    Cyndi says:

    I just started a low carb diet and have been searching high & low for a bread/roll replacement. I just made these and I must say they are delicious! Great buttery flavor. I can’t wait to experiment with them, I betting a cheese burger would be fantastic on this “muffin”. I topped them with a little low carb pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese & a pepperoni and my 10 year old twins asked if they could have them for dinner! I’d say they are a hit!! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.

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  6. Carole
    Carole says:

    Just made this and am amazed!
    Easy, Delicious, and Healthful – my three favorite requirements for any recipe.
    Thank you!!!!!

    Reply
  7. Judy
    Judy says:

    Just tried – delicious!! Thanks for posting!

    When I put this into Senza app recipe builder my stats come out to:
    Calories 268
    Net carb 3
    Protein 8
    Fat 25

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  8. Sheena
    Sheena says:

    Wow! Surprised at how tasty this was! Quick easy and I toasted and added some PB on mine! Yum! Do you happen to have the nutritional info or breakdown? Thank you

    Reply
  9. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    Just made this to use as a burger bun! OMG it’s amazing!!!!!
    Didn’t see the nutritional info though, did I miss it?

    Reply
  10. Carol Clement
    Carol Clement says:

    Thank you so much for this recipe. My daughter and I have Celiac’s and I love the mug breads and cakes. I added a pinch of sea salt and 1/8 teaspoon of garlic powder. I use a whole egg! Soo good! Next time I will use a slightly larger mug to get it the size of a hamburger bun. Awesome!

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  11. John Hildebrandt
    John Hildebrandt says:

    I love this because it doesn’t have that nasty eggy taste. I added 1 teaspoon of sour cream And I just tasted like butter soaked bread. Awesome!

    Reply
  12. Sarah
    Sarah says:

    Loved this recipe! I was so needing a bread fix after almost 21 days without carbs! Toasted and tried half with peanut butter and half with cream cheese! Yum! XO

    Reply
  13. John Hildebrandt
    John Hildebrandt says:

    another tip I just tried yesterday… cut the bread into small pieces put a little garlic and onion powder on it and bake it for 15 minutes at 350 it gets dry and crumbles….. PERFECT breadcrumbs my keto meat loaf was exactly the same as my regular meatloaf.

    Reply

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