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Bread
Keto & Low-Carb

16 Slices

Ingredients

1 cup –Warm Water

 ( not hot )

1 Tbsp –Instant Yeast

1 Tbsp –Raw Honey

2 Tbsp —

Powdered Swerve 

(Use your 

favorite sweetener)

2 — Eggs, beaten

1/2 Cup –Oat Fiber

 (not oat flour)

2/3 Cup –Flaxmeal

1 1/4 Cup –Vital 

What Gluten

1/2 tsp –Xanthan Gum 

2 Tbsp — Butter, 

salted & melted

1 tsp –Pink 

Himalayan Salt 

(only if the butter 

you used is Un-

salted)

 

 

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl add the warm water, honey, and yeast. Give it a stir and set it aside for approximately 5 minutes so that the yeast can activate.
  2. Meanwhile, Add the rest of the ingredients to your mixing bowl. Stir in the yeast mixture and knead for 5-7 minutes on medium speed or by hand.
  3. Transfer to a greased large bread pan and cover with plastic wrap or a towel. Allow the bread to rise for 1 hour in a dark and warm area. I usually put it in the microwave.
  4. The last 10 minutes is when I pre-heat the oven to 375*F
  5. Bake this bad boy for 20-25 minutes and then allow to completely cool before slicing.
  6. You can make this and then freeze it, once it has completely cooled. I do this when trying to preserve the bread for longer periods of time.
  7. Store bread.  When it comes to storing bread, it actually goes stale faster in the refrigerator than it does at room temperature. Therefore, best way to keep bread at its best is to keep it at room temperature for a day or two, then wrap it up and freeze it for longer-term storage.

Tips / Suggestions
*I used Swerve you can use your favorite sugar substitute. Just remember that it can change the nutritional facts.
*Diedra’s recipe called for 4 Tbsp of powdered Sukrin I only used 2T of my favorite sweetener.

Nutrition Facts

Macros

** Please note: These Macros are estimates according to the ingredients I used. ***

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