THE BEST KETO BREAD
So if you’ve just started keto you probably are thinking that bread is pretty much off limits, and a lot of people find that hard while doing Keto. When you first start keto a lot of people don’t realize all of the options you have for eating, and people pretty much stick with the same staples all the time. I was that way for quite some time, then I started reading, and exploring the internet and found all types of recipes for “Keto Bread.” One of the most popular recipe that a lot of use is called “90 Second” Bread. Which is quick and convienent but the taste can be a bit nutty and I really don’t find that it taste like normal bread.
So I’m always on the look out for different Keto Bread recipes. This one is in my opinion one of the best!
The Secret Step
The mystery venture in this formula that takes this bread from great to incredible is the division of the eggs. You will need to isolate the whites and the yolks. The explanation behind this is we will whip the egg whites until the point they become fluffy. This will add some volume to the thick bread. Beating the egg whites is the response to the thickness that accompanies utilizing almond flour. The egg whites as one with the high measurement of baking powder are great with regards to getting this piece fluffy with air pockets.
THE BEST PART ABOUT THIS BREAD
The best thing is that when you eat this bread, you don’t feel like you are on a low carb diet. If you really enjoy eating bread, this will be the best thing you can do for yourself.
Net Carbs: 1.30g
1 1/2 Cup Almond Flour
6 eggs (Separated)
3 tsp.Baking powder
4 tbsp.melted Butter
Apinch of salt
1/4 tsp Cream of Tartar (this will slightly improve the bread, but you can omit it)
Your oven should be preheated to 375.
The egg whites and yolks should be separated. Add Cream of Tartar to the whites and beat them together.
In a blender put the almond flour, butter, egg yolks, salt and baking powder and blend them until they are joined together. This will be a thick mixture until the point that the whites are included.
Add the beaten egg whites to the blend and blend again. Be mindful so as not to over blend! Once the whites are joined quit blending.
Put the blend into a 8×4 piece skillet that is previously buttered. Heat for half an hour. Check with a toothpick to guarantee the bread is done. A loaf of bread should make 20 slices. Enjoy it!