keto bread
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The hardest thing when starting keto diet is giving up on the bread. But do we really need to do that? Is keto bread just a myth or is it real? The answer is no it’s not a myth and actually it’s even easier to prepare keto bread than normal bread. Here is our suggestion for low carb bread that you can enjoy every day:

How to Make Amazing Keto Bread Every Time


  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C)
  2. Mix the tahini and the eggs in a large cup
  3. Add the baking soda and a dash of salt
  4. Continue mixing
  5. Add 30 ml or 6 teaspoons of water
  6. Continue mixing
  7. Spread the mixture in a baking tray (9″ x 5″ or 23 x 13 cm) greased with butter or lined with parchment paper. 
  8. Bake for about 30 minutes or until golden brown on top and not doughy in the middle.

Nutrition Facts

Quantity for 100 g
Calories426 kcal
Total fat 36 g
Saturated fat 6 g
Cholesterol 160 mg
Total Carbohydrates 4.6 g
Protein18.4 g

The secret

The key to our low card keto breath is the sesame tahini. Make sure that you choose normal tahini it should contain about 7 carbs (per 100 gr.).

How much carbs does the keto bread contain?

Depending on the backing tray you have you should get about 16 slices of bread. The entire bread should weight about 440 grams meaning it contains about 30.8 grams of carbs (total). Each slice contains almost 2 grams of carbs. For comparison, a similar slice of regular bread may contain somewhere between 14 to 20 grams of carbs.

Is it gluten free?

YES: The keto bread is 100% gluten-free. In general, the sesame tahini if gluten-free but sometimes gluten can be added a thickener to the sauce. Check all store-bought brands for gluten just to be sure.

How to Store the bread

You can slice the bread and store it in plastic containers and put it in the fridge. Or you can put the bread in a paper bag and leave it outside of the fridge.

Where to Buy Tahini

In the U.S., look for tahini in Middle Eastern, Greek, and Indian grocery stores. It’s also readily available online and you can find it either in the international foods section or with the oils at many standard grocery stores and some big-box stores.

By Jack Davis

Passionate traveler. Live to travel and travel to live.