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Keto Connect’s Best Keto Bread | Almond Flour Bread

KetoConnect and Headbanger’s Kitchen collaborate on keto bread

If you’re on keto, you probably know about KetoConnect. Matt and Megha have some of the most informative and comprehensive keto content out there, so when they emailed me asking me if I was interested in a collab video, it seemed like a great idea. We each decided to each pick a dish from the other’s videos and make them on our respective YouTube channels. I picked up their almond flour bread recipe which was a total winner. It’s still one of their most popular recipes to date. In fact, I hadn’t tried a single keto bread right up till this recipe because of how expensive almond flour was. But then I figured out how to make almond flour at home and it opened up so many more possibilities. Like this two-minute microwave keto mug bread, for instance, or even this low carb fathead pizza crust .

Oh, and in case you’re wondering, KetoConnect picked up my flourless chocolate cake to make in turn. You can watch it here

Low carb bread essentials

For a light, springy keto bread, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. Sift the almond flour before using it; this weeds out the lumps and gives you a smoother batter. If you don’t have cream of tartar to stabilise the egg whites, use a few drops of lemon or vinegar instead. Also, use a very, very light hand to fold in the egg whites into the batter to keep from deflating it. If you find this bread too eggy, leaving it overnight in the fridge seems to help reduce that aftertaste.

And apologies, but you can’t make this without eggs and you can’t substitute almond flour with coconut flour. If you must use coconut flour, here’s a recipe for keto coconut mug bread.

So what are you going to do with this bread? Perhaps use our Keto Peanut Butter and Keto Mayonnaise recipes to make sandwiches? Or a keto sausage and egg McMuffin? Let us know in the comments below!

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Nutrition Info (Per Slice)

  • Calories: 90
  • Net Carbs: 1.35g
  • Carbs: 2.25g
  • Fat: 8g
  • Protein: 4g
  • Fiber: 0.9g

This recipe makes 1 full loaf. Cut into 20 slices. This recipe has been adapted from Keto Connect.

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Low Carb Keto Bread Recipe

A keto almond flour loaf that's almost better than the real thing.
3.55 from 71 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Course Side Dish
Cuisine General
Servings 20 Slices



  • Preheat the oven to 175C (350 F).
  • In a clean bowl, begin whipping the egg whites. Add the lemon juice when the whites become frothy.
  • Whisk the egg white on medium speed to stiff peaks.
  • In a separate bowl, beat the egg yolk until pale yellow.
  • Add the salt, baking power and butter to the egg yolks and whisk till it doubles in volume.
  • Fold the almond flour into the egg yolks in three additions.
  • Once the almond flour is completely incorporated into the egg yolk mixture, fold in the egg whites. First add a third of the whites in, folding gently to lighten the mix. Then fold in the remaining egg white in two batches.
  • Grease your loaf tin and pour in your batter.
  • Bake the bread for 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in it comes out clean.
  • Allow the bread to cool, then slice and serve.


Sieve the almond flour to get rid of any lumps in the batter.
When you're separating your eggs, make sure absolutely no yolk gets in the whites. Even a trace of yolk means the egg white won't whip up at all.
Fold in the egg whites very gently, trying to deflate the mix as little as possible for the springiest bread.
If the bread tastes too eggy, an overnight stay in the fridge should reduce the aftertaste.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

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  1. I’m curious as to why you folded in the flour rather than adding the 2 egg whites and blending to remove lumps. I found your method to be extremely thick and hard to fold in the 1st third of the egg whites. Baking right now so I’ll post back on how it came out.

  2. This is such a tasty bread recipe and I followed the recipe to a T. Even my 19-yr picky son enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing

    1. Yes but it won’t rise much then. Best to get fresh eggs and better quality eggs as they smell less. Also use fresh garlic and rosemary to flavour it and that helps tone down the eggyness of the bread.

  3. I made a half of recipe to see if I liked it first as almond flour is so expensive. Next time I will make the full recipe so it comes out not so flat. But this is by far my favorite keto bread recipe. I cut back on the amount of almond flour a bit and replaced that portion with hemp flour that had protein added to it. Then took your recommendation in another comment to add garlic and herbs to cut back on the eggy taste plus added 2 TBSP of Parmesan. It came out with an earthy color from the hemp but it was amazing. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

  4. This was delicious! I liked that the beaten egg whites made it a little less dense. Have you tried this method with the coconut flour bread? I like that one too but the slices are really small due to it being so dense.

    1. I do not remember, I think this was the first and last time I made the bread so it’s been about 2 years.

  5. Hey Sahil , recently started keto hence watching your recipe ,but I don’t eat eggs hence can you please suggest what substitutes shall I take ?? Tried with baking soda only but does not work , & Apple sauce is high in carb hence can you pls suggest .

    1. I’m sorry Meenal there is no substitute for eggs. All I can say is if you don’t eat eggs because you think they are not vegetarian then please start eating them they are as vegetarian as milk/dairy is. 🙂

  6. Cream of tartar is mentioned in the article “to stabilise ” the egg whites. But then it’s not a listed ingredient in the recipe!! ??

  7. Thank you for the recipe.
    For some reason my loaf did not rise as much, was eggy and more off white than yellow as the picture shows. Any suggestions?

  8. Looking for a man almond flour Keto bread that uses yeast. Not happy with the ones I have found online so far. Pls help

    1. It’s a bit tough because you don’t have gluten to help the dough trap the gases from the yeast and rise like normal bread but people have got keto bread to taste more like regular bread by using nutritional yeast. Maybe try that?

  9. Loved the recipe Sahil & love all Your recipes ..started keto a month ago.Thanks for all Your inputs, Your recipes are very practical for our India kitchen/ingredients & they are all bang-on if followed to the T.Only had an issue with the kreto dosa..wasnt getting crispy easily.Ive made Your kearala lamb stew, Coconut Naan, Chicken Korma, 2 styles of butter chicken, pork chjlly , Paneer palak, almond loaf, cauliflower rice, guacamole, hummus etc… keto crackers too… 😊😋

  10. Hello Sahil! I really enjoyed making and eating this bread. However I would like to know if it’s best to store the slices in an airtight box at room temperature or is it suitable to store the same in the fridge

  11. Thank you for this amazing recipe of the almond bread, I’ve doing since I found your page here in the net.
    Very tasty

  12. Hello Sahil! Just found your recipes, and was amazed to see my former coworker in our video. What a small world, I used to work with Mat at Bracket Global in SF. Now I live in AZ. Thank you for the recipe, I will try to make it this wee.

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