Easy Keto Sandwich Bread

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Easy Keto Sandwich Bread Recipe – light, fluffy keto white bread perfect for slicing that toasts beautifully and makes a perfect low carb bread!

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Best Keto Sandwich Bread

This keto sliced bread is delicious toasted with tons of melted butter – and is crunchy, soft, and comforting just like regular bread.

Toast this keto bread with butter, sandwiches, bread crumbs, bruschetta – without worrying about packing on the carbs, or spending all afternoon in the kitchen like some keto recipes!

This easy keto bread recipe is super simple – just mix and bake – and requires only four ingredients (outside of salt and water) – and is done in less than 30 minutes baking time!

Dietary Considerations for Keto Bread

This low carb bread recipe relies on whey protein isolate for it’s light, airy texture that closely mimics flour – so it is not completely dairy free (though whey isolate protein is much lower in lactose, it still could trigger a reaction for people keeping dairy free.)

Ketogenic diet bread is not low calorie – swapping gluten out for almond flour and whey isolate adds a lot of calories. If you are watching your caloric intake, always consult with a doctor about a keto diet. This bread is in no way meant to be a lower calorie option – but merely a different way to get a light, bread texture without using gluten or grains.

This bread will work for gluten free diets, including those with celiac. Always make sure to check products for preservatives and side ingredients and make sure they are certified gluten free.

Always verify nutritional information independently.

How To Store Keto Sliced Bread

To store keto sliced bread, I keep my bread in a ziploc bag in a dark, cool spot in our pantry.

You can store sliced bread for up to a week after baking.

To freeze keto sliced bread, wrap baked loaf tightly in foil and place inside a plastic bag.

Freeze for up to three months.

Let naturally thaw in the refrigerator or on the counter before slicing.

Easy Baked Keto Favorites:

If you love this easy keto bread recipe, check out some of my other baked keto favorites like keto everything bagels, chocolate chip cookies, keto tortilla chips, and keto ham and cheese rolls!

Keto Baking Essentials

This keto sandwich bread doesn’t need a lot of fussy equipment or tools – but there are a couple things that will make baking this bread (and other baked keto diet foods) effortless!

Following a ketogenic diet means substituting gluten and grains for foods with lower net carbs – which sometimes means specialty ingredients like psyllium husk powder, gluten free baking soda, olive oil, coconut oil, guar gum, coconut flour, and other special “flour” blends.

This bread has a smaller ingredient list than many – and requires only almond flour, whey protein isolate, xantham gum, and gluten free baking powder.

You can find all the ingredients in my list below – as well as recommended silicone baking mat or parchment paper – that will make baking regular bread a snap, too!

Easy Keto Sandwich Bread Recipe

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Easy Low Carb Bread Recipe

Easy Keto Sandwich Bread

Yield: 12 slices
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Easy Keto Sandwich Bread Recipe - light, fluffy keto white bread perfect for slicing that toasts beautifully and makes a perfect low carb bread!


  • 2 1/2 cups almond flour
  • 2 cups whey protein
  • 1 tbsp xantham gum
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 1/4 cups warm water


  1. In a large mixing bowl, stir together the dry ingredients.
  2. Slowly add in the water and stir with a wooden spoon, stirring slowly as you add water, until your dough comes together.
  3. Pour bread dough into a loaf pan that has been lined with parchment paper or greased well (be sure to check your cooking spray to ensure it is in fact gluten free.)
  4. Bake at 375°F for 20 to 25 minutes - until puffy and golden brown. You will see air bubbles on the sides of the bread, similar to the way the bread looks inside.
  5. Remove from oven and let cool completely on a rack before slicing.
  6. Only slice off the bread you're going to eat - pre-slicing bread will cause it to dry out or mold faster.
  7. Enjoy!
Nutrition Information
Yield 12 Serving Size 1 slice
Amount Per Serving Calories 197Total Fat 12gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 10gCholesterol 3mgSodium 245mgCarbohydrates 8gFiber 3gSugar 2gProtein 18g

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  1. It came out amazing. I added butter and 3tsp of monkhouse sugar and doubled the salt. Now to make the garlic bread…yummo

  2. I made this bread and it was pretty good, except for the fact that I found it a bit dry. Is there anything I could do to make it less dry and perhaps a bit fluffier?

    1. I made this bread recipe and followed it to the letter. Baked in a reliable oven at 375F It on thermofan and it failed dismally. Regretfully the ingredients are pricey. The Xanthan gum seems high at 1 tablespoon and so does the water at 1.25 cups. I usually use a 0.25 spoon of Xantham gum to thicken sauces.

  3. I made this, and we loved it! The closest thing to regular bread I have found. Will make it over and over! Thank you!

  4. Mine turned out just like your picture. I have tried it with some butter on it, tried it toasted and also sliced thin and used for sandwiches. I do like it, although …… this may make no sense whatsoever….. but, for me, it has both a dry and moist texture. But I will definitely make it again, especially to use for sandwiches.

    1. I have the very same conclusion about the bread as you did. It was moist and dry at the same time. It toasted very well. I did make a couple of tweaks in the recipe. It needs twice the salt, and keto acceptable sugar. I added 1 tspn of sugar, but next time, I will use 2 tspn. I also used one egg to lighten up the denseness of the bread. I adjusted the water because of the egg.

      1. Thank you for the suggestions. I will try them as I had the same conclusions of dryness and blandness. But a great starting point bread- the best I’ve tried so far.

  5. I’m just starting Keto and having trouble finding a bread recipe that tastes like bread. This one looks so good and I really want to try it. Are there adjustments for baking at altitude? I’m at 4300 feet.

    1. Hi. Thanks for the recipe. Im on keto for a while and this recipe so far is the simplest and the best i’ve tried. I want to try coconut flour option. Have you tried it? Any recommendation on ratio to protein? Also I’m planing to go vegan in future, do you think rice protein (instead of whey) would work in this recipe?