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Gave a shot at Keto Bread. Very easy to make and not bad if you put butter or cream cheese or something on it

Ill post the recipe when I get home if anyone is interested.
 

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I'm in, hurry home.
 

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Here it is. Found it online so I gave it a try with decent results
 

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I wonder if it can be toasted or used to make french toast? :vs_OMG:
it was dense enough that I definitely think it could have been
 

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Who do we credit the recipe to?
 

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These types (dense) of bread do well just pan-grilled on the stove.
 

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was just coming on here to post a game changing bread recipe and it is so similar to this one, but you make single servings in the microwave, called 90 second bread. I am loving it. will post seperatly, not sure who to credit, it was sent to me by a friend.
 

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Ok, I tried the Keto Almond Flour bread. It was ok, but really heavy.....it was more like cornbread to me.

Just made some Keto "White Bread" with coconut flour. DISGUSTING! It's bland and bitter, and it's like eating carboard! AAAAARGH!
Here is the recipe I used..
https://www.dietdoctor.com/recipes/keto-coconut-flour-bread


My next attempt will be mixing almond flour and coconut flour to see what happens.

What I want is a light "white" bread. This does not seem to be something that is "doable" for these Keto bread recipes.

I'm also going to try and add a bit of yeast to it and see what happens with that.

If all else fails, I will just have to use regular bread. I used to be a baker for many years, and I've never had a problem figuring out how to create something....but this stuff is difficult!

I've researched a lot..........a LOT of recipes on Keto breads and they all seem to have the same outcome.

Surely....SOMEBODY, SOMEWHERE has developed a nice light, keto "white bread" recipe. If nobody has been able to do it by now, then I don't expect it can every be done.

I hate wasting money, because I simply don't have it to waste, but this coconut flour bread is just inedible.
 

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one thing I know is if you separate the egg yolk and egg white and you whip the egg white to stiff peaks and fold it back , the resulting bread will be lighter.

i havent found a bread recipe I really liked either but I am 'allergic' to carbs so going to white bread for me isnt an option.

If you find a recipe you like, please post it here and I will try it
 

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I tried something else today, looking for keto breads online that are already made.

I came across this company..
ThinSlim Foods, Low Carb Bread and Low Carb Foods

It's not really keto breads, but they are supposed to be flourless, carb free breads.

I'm going to give them a try, they have a sample pack you can order.

I figure this would be cheaper than wasting a lot of money experimenting with all those high dollar ingredients that I will probably only use once if I don't like it.

I don't like to cook in the summer and eat a lot of sandwiches, so I'm getting to that point where I NEED a bread replacement or a substitute. This looks pretty good. I like that they have honey bread, which is my fav.

I will keep looking for recipes though.
 

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Yeah, I tried lettuce before.........it wasn't "all that". One site suggested cabbage leaves or those edible palm leaves, but I prefer something bread like. But, if all else fails........lettuce it is.
 

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I got my "sample" kit in from ThinSlim Foods. I haven't tried the desserts yet, but I tried the bread.

It's a decent sized loaf, comes sealed in heavy plastic. I don't like it. No flavor what so ever. Although it's very dense. It reminds me of the consistency of Sour Dough bread, which I like.

This bread just has absolutely no taste of any kind. It's sliced, and the slices are a decent size for small sandwiches, which is what I want it for, so I guess it will be ok for that reason. But just for having toast or something, no way.

I don't see paying $8.00 a loaf for bread that has absolutely no taste to it at all.
 

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I got my "sample" kit in from ThinSlim Foods. I haven't tried the desserts yet, but I tried the bread.

It's a decent sized loaf, comes sealed in heavy plastic. I don't like it. No flavor what so ever. Although it's very dense. It reminds me of the consistency of Sour Dough bread, which I like.

This bread just has absolutely no taste of any kind. It's sliced, and the slices are a decent size for small sandwiches, which is what I want it for, so I guess it will be ok for that reason. But just for having toast or something, no way.

I don't see paying $8.00 a loaf for bread that has absolutely no taste to it at all.

The other stuff I got in the sample pack was disgusting. I mean the Almond Bar had mold all over it, the cookie and the "muffin" were the exact same things, and the "brownie" was .........ugh.........I don't know what it was. I gave the noodles to a friend because Im trying to stay off of them.

Personally, I don't recommend this stuff. It's a waste of money.
 

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Ok, I thought I posted this already, but I don't see it.

I've found an almond flour based bread mix that is really good!



If you make it "as is", it's a bit bland and has a consistency of whole grain bread. It is pretty heavy, but it holds up well and can be used for "rolls", flat bread, pizza crust, and it's really good with things like onions and cheese mixed in it.

So far I've made three loaves (it takes 2 boxes to make one decent sized loaf). It is a bit expensive ($6.00 a box), but it makes really good sandwich bread, which is what I was looking for.

So far I've added some spices and honey to the mix and it's turned out really good!

You have to refrigerate this, but it lasts a long time and can be frozen.

My first loaf was small, and I made it in my airfryer machine, which is pretty much a mini-convection oven. This was pretty much a test batch.

My second loaf (pictured on green plate) I added some spices and honey to it and some dried chives. It turned out really good and tasted awesome!

My third loaf I added some different spices, honey, and some instant yeast. It turned out just as good as the last loaf. Although the color did turn out darker because I added a bit of paprika.

I also made a batch of chicken bbq to make sandwiches with!
 

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