My Keto BREAD LOAF Explained Vol #2


Based on feedback I am here to answer your questions about my “just add water keto bread loaf!


French toast with my “just add water” KETO bread loaf!

Gluten free Low carb & Sugar free BREAD

4 cups of My keto self rising bread flour⬇
400 grams

1 3/4 OR 2 cup water
DEPENDING on your humidity & altitude

Bake at 350 for 50-60 minutes!
Ive learned that 50-60 minutes is PERFECT
Bake until you like its color!

I used an aluminum pan 8.5×5.5

20 net carbs per LOAF
MAYBE 1 carbs per slice!

Gluten free Low carb & Sugar free

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  1. Made your bread recipe today. I was excited when it first came out, it had a nice rise to and then few minutes later it had deflated. It’s a little dense and will wait till it completely cools but I tasted a small end slice and flavor was good. I used the whole 2cups and next time will reduce to the 1 3/4 cups of water to see if that makes a difference but I’m not giving up. I measured everything exactly and had an oven thermometer to make sure oven temp was even and I don’t think I over mixed batter but I’m hopeful next time will turn out better.

  2. Yesterday I baked the bread again and this time it worked out much better. Still not perfect, it did split a bit in the middle. I had to use Guar Gum instead of Xanthan Gum as I ran out of it. I hope 3rd time will be the charm😊 My pan was much bigger the my fist one this time 10.5 x 4.5. I have 4 bread pans but none of them similar to your size😔

  3. Wow! Here's the kicker!
    I let my 2nd loaf with the yeast (done the correct way) cool for over an hour. I tasted both it and the loaf I made yesterday. It was just slightly moist but that disappears quickly. I did what I did with the first loaf and ran a thin clean knife into the middle bottom of it and it came out clean before taking out of oven.

    The 2 breads taste the same! I'm blown away by that! The 2nd loaf did not even rise as much as the 1st loaf! I took pictures. The yeast did not smell yeasty (though I did test it beforehand) and the slight almond flour taste is the same. So, there you have it! I will skip the yeast silliness and use 1 3/4 C water. All is well, and I liked the way it toasted up. It's all different, but sooo much better than what I've had past 2 years. Happy Thanksgiving y'all! : )