The BEST Keto Bread EVER! (Oven version) | Keto yeast bread | Low Carb Bread | Ketogenic Bread


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Yes, I said this is the BEST KETO BREAD EVER! And it truly is, just like my last keto bread recipe video where I used a BREAD MAKER or bread machine to bake the keto yeast bread (yeast keto bread). But this low carb bread recipe is almost the exact same but uses the oven – no bread maker or bread machine required!

This Keto yeast bread (yeast bread keto) is the best keto bread I’ve tasted. It comes so close to regular bread but is a true low carb bread as the carbs are only 2.2g per slice! You get a full rise from ketogenic bread, thanks to the yeast in this keto bread (that’s why I also call it a keto yeast bread). My last keto bread recipe video was a HUGE hit but some asked if this keto bread oven? Well, after some experimenting, this low carb bread came out ridiculously good, almos just as good as the keto bread in bread maker / bread machine.

This keto bread (yeast keto bread) takes a little longer as you have to do your kneading of this low carb bread – this has to be done in a stand mixer. Now, I’d like to emphasize that if you don’t have a bread machine / bread maker or a stand mixer, DO NOT BUY A STAND MIXER. Rather spend your money on a bread maker / bread machine as the keto yeast bread comes out as good (if not better) in the bread maker and making the ketogenic bread in the bread maker is much easier. Simply add the keto ingredients in the right order, and press one button. After a few hours, you have wonderful yeast keto bread. If you don’t want to spend money on anthing, borrow either a bread machine or a stand mixer from a friend. But if you only have a stand mixer, then go ahead and use this keto recipe and you’ll still be easting the best keto bread ever!

I have so much to say about this keto yeast bread. Firstly, we use yeast in the keto yeast bread, which gives it an incredible rise and heght. Yes, this keto bread rises just like regular bread loaf. Say hello to a full size low carb bread! Yes, we have to add some sugar to make it rise, but we use only 1 teaspoon of sugar for this keto bread recipe. And, the yeast eats up that sugar (honey) anyway, so you don’t actually consume those carbs (which is only 6g of sugar from the honey). And the incredible smell that this keto yeast bread has, is unreal! I couldn’t get enough of sniffing this low carb bread!

Just follow my instructions on this keto bread recipe video exactly and you should end up with a fantastic loaf of delicious low carb bread made in the oven. And either borrow get a second hand bread machine or stand mixer to use, or invest in one. It will be worth it for this epic ketogenic bread.

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Ingredients for the Keto Yeast Bread:

1/2 cup of Oat Fiber (41g/1.45oz)
2/3 cup of Flaxseed Meal (70g/2.46oz)
1.25 cups of Vital Wheat Gluten (190g/6.7oz)
1 teaspoon Salt (6g / 0.21oz)
0-4 Tablespoons powdered Sweetener (0 – 60g/ 0-2oz)
1/2 teaspoon Xanthan Gum (2.5g/0.088oz)

1 cup warm water (50-55C / 120-131F) (240ml/8.1oz)
1 Tablespoon INSTANT Yeast (8g/0.28oz)
1 teaspoon Honey (7g/0.25oz)
2 Eggs (lightly beaten)
2 Tablespoons softened Butter (30g/1.05oz)

Macros for entire Keto Yeast Bread:

Calories: 1517 cal
Fat: 90g
Carbs: 35g Net Carbs (162g total carbs – 67g fibre – 60g sugar alcohols)
Protein: 169g

Macros per slice of Keto Yeast Bread (assuming 18 slices):

Calories: 105 cal
Fat: 5g
Carbs: 1.94g Net Carbs (9g total carbs – 3.76g fibre – 3.3g sugar alcohols)
Protein: 9.4g

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  1. I guess my Oven is a bit too powerful for some reason even tho I put it on the same temp the bread always used to collapse so I decided to make it as burger buns which worked waaay better for me with this exact recipe, it tastes great and thanks to this I can enjoy keto bread with meals 🙂

  2. That is absolutely lovely bread! You can get Keto extracts that are all sorts of bread flavors, like sour dough, rye, raisin bread, etc. and they do taste pretty much like the real thing. It would be fun to play around with different extracts in this recipe.

  3. Was wondering was the metrics shown done by conversion or actual weightage? My vital wheat was indicating 124g instead of 190g when I measured out using 1.25 measuring cup. There were also discrepancies when i used measuring cup to weight out other ingredients as per your recipe.. Can someone help me on this?

  4. Finally…after so many disappointments, so many wasted much money on Sola..this is the one. Rose beautifully. I don't have a stand mixer. I just used my hand mixer abd kneaded by hand. Turned out great. I see no need for bread machine I added sesame seeds on top during rise. Thanks SO much.

  5. Thank you so much. Ironically I bought all the ingredients after watching Deidra's video but never made it. I'm so glad I found your video and will make it tomorrow. I just make one with almond flour and it is terrible!! I'm so over almond flour. I have come to really dislike it.

  6. Dear Keto King, i have been making your bread for a few months and it comes out great every time but the last few attempts have been a disaster even though I am doing exactly the same thing. The problem is the bread deflates after cooking, it looks great in the oven but as soon as I take it out, remove it from the tin, it starts to deflate and shrivels up. the bottom side in the tin is the worst. I tried proving it for longer and leaving it in the oven to cool down but it is still not as good as it used to be. What's happening? We are in the winter season so the kitchen is a little cooler but apart from that everything else is the same. HELP ! I need some good bread asap, Thanks


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