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90 Second Keto Bread

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Noisy D: "Something I can make at work to fill me up gets 5…" Read More
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25Minutes
190Calories
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Ingredients

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2 SERVINGS
  • 3 tablespoons almond flour (We like Bob’s Red Mill)
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons butter (1 tbs melted, 1 tbs saved for later, optional)
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    190Calories
    Sodium
    Fat
    Protein
    Carbs
    Fiber
    Calories190Calories from Fat170
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat19g29%
    Saturated Fat8g40%
    Trans Fat
    Cholesterol135mg45%
    Sodium540mg23%
    Potassium35mg1%
    Protein5g10%
    Calories from Fat170
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate3g1%
    Dietary Fiber1g4%
    Sugars<1g2%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C
    Calcium10%
    Iron6%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

    Reviews(344)

    Noisy D 25 days ago
    Something I can make at work to fill me up gets 5 stars from me. Pan frying turns it more crumpety although next run I’ll see how it turns out in the sandwich press. Lots of options to add flavours and fiddle with some extras like fine chopped olives or herbs
    I didn't have Almond flour so I ground some almonds, Although the almond flour seemed a little coarse the bread came out very well. It was a little eggy, as some others have said, but a finer dry flour would have prevented that. I still enjoyed it, toasting it with butter and Jam, great for breakfast!
    Brenda Smith 2 months ago
    Quick & easy which will make the work week lunches easier; however, next time I'm leaving out the salt and will just use salted butter.
    Leah S. 4 months ago
    Good I'd make it again
    Paul Staley 4 months ago
    So good! For not being able to eat bread, this is a perfect substitute it’s a bit on the eggy side, but it’s not unpleasant. I added onion powder for taste and I put it in the toaster after I sliced it in half to stiffen it up. It’s perfect for lunch sandwiches and it really does only take 90 seconds. I usually make it in the morning for my lunch while I eat my breakfast.
    Christine 5 months ago
    Super easy. I did not add salt, used salted butter. Barely taste the egg. Perfect sandwich size Also tried with coconut flour - a lot denser and drier, might need additional liquid for proper texture. Taste was very good, even less eggy.
    Toph 6 months ago
    quite good. I used half the salt called for and it was still salty, so will cut further. Served with bacon and smashed avocado. Yum.
    Rick Smith 6 months ago
    Excellent! Hard to tell between this and an English muffin. Not eggy
    Katt 7 months ago
    This was a simple and delicious recipe. I truly loved it. However, Yummly needs to adjust its nutritional information. It seem to have forgotten the butter in the recipe and should be 280 cal and not 180 cal.
    Savanna 7 months ago
    Amazing! Top with sugar free Walden farms jam !! 👍🏻
    Badanur Badanur 7 months ago
    a little eggy but otherwise amazing and so simple!
    le Roux 7 months ago
    Turned out great! I used 4 tbsp almond flour and salted butter instead of adding salt and it was delicious!
    Dex 7 months ago
    It worked. I couldn't believe how fast it was and how much it looked like real bread once I cut it in half. Unfortunately I didn't like the taste and the smell much (too eggy). After the first one I thought I'd give some egg substitutes a try and they all failed miserably. Is there a way to do this without using an egg?
    Miranda Reyes 7 months ago
    super easy and delicious, not eggy
    Carlos 7 months ago
    It is amazing on how easy and delicious this recipe is. You can’t even tell the difference between this and most other non-keto breads.
    Laura S 8 months ago
    It was really good! I used less salt because I don’t like to much salt.
    Yummly User 8 months ago
    I liked this very much. Because the first bread I tried was too eggy, I took a chance and added an additional tbsp almond flour. I'm glad I did as this bread did not taste eggy at all! I am going to try to toast it next time.
    M 8 months ago
    It was so quick and very tasty.
    Michele Rosa 10 months ago
    This was really quick and easy. More importantly, it was good. I saw that other people said it was salty, I did not think it was. I did use only a sprinkle of pink Himalayan salt. I did not toast it but I will next time as well as add some shredded cheese.
    Lindy Carter 10 months ago
    wow! Just used a pinch of salt and it was excellent. So easy!
    julie j. a year ago
    Absolutely wonderful. Made a McDonald's type breakfast sandwich. Cooked 1 minute 45 seconds in my microwave. My container was only 3.5 inches (ramekin). Will be a breakfast staple. Thanks
    Lulu a year ago
    Great consistency and honestly the best bread I’ve had since starting Keto! There was little too much salt for me so will probably reduce the salt content next time. Definitely worth the 2 minutes it takes to make!
    Marionneaux a year ago
    Excellent I put sugar free strawberry preserves on top and ate it along with the Atkins egg cheese and sausage breakfast Enjoyed a full breakfast of egg,sausage,cheese and biscuit
    junemann a year ago
    Was better than I expected, fast to make and easy , will probably make this everyday tbh so thanks
    Melissa H. a year ago
    awesome going to surely make it again
    L Tucker a year ago
    Fantastic. Super easy, great texture and great tasting. I may try adding a 1/4 tsp. of cream of tartar next time to get rid of the eggy taste.
    Loved this recipe. Easy and versatile. I had it like a big pancake.
    Robert Kelly a year ago
    Too salty and tastes very eggy.
    Heather a year ago
    Pretty easy and tasty! I agree with other reviews that it was a bit too salty, so I’ll reduce the salt next time.
    Shar A. a year ago
    Turned out well, but was too salty. Next time will only use a pinch or none at all. Will make again with less salt. Also I toasted half, as suggested in a pan, and the other half in the toaster, both worked well.

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