Attempt 1 at keto bread

Attempt 1 at keto bread

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  • Posted: April 12, 2018 07:06

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  • Posted: April 12, 2018 07:06

    patriotsfan4life

    Recipe here- https://www.ketoconnect.net/recipe/best-keto-bread/ I followed it exactly and it was just okay. It has the texture of bread but is kind of dense and a few bites tasted eggy (like the dark spot in the middle) because I didn't mix properly. The recipe definitely has potential though, because the non-egg parts were pretty decent and I think this egginess was a result of my improper mixing. I will definitely attempt it again after I finish this loaf. Also I made sandwiches. https://imgur.com/a/xoHWz 2 slices of this bread, 2 oz. Trader Joe's grilled chicken strips, 1/2 tbsp mayonnaise
  • Posted: April 12, 2018 07:06

    dgr99980

    I have not had any luck making keto bread that isn’t too eggy or too greasy. I’ve read that making sure your eggs are at room temperature helps with the eggy taste. I did make some garlic “biscuits” that came out decent, but the loaf of bread was gross. The only way I was able to eat it was making French toast with it. Yours looks a lot better than what mine looked like. I’ll have to attempt that recipe.
  • Posted: April 12, 2018 07:06

    AlwaysColdAtWork

    I think the trick to a decent keto bread is Vital Wheat Gluten. I made some "magic rolls" (?) the other day and they are good and I even left out the 1/4 c flour called for. (They didn't rise too high - that's prolly why. But I can still split them in two, so -- I don't really care.)