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What’s the BEST low carb bread recipe on the internet? We’re about to find out! Join us for an epic Low Carb Bread Battle where we determine who has the fluffiest keto sandwich bread recipe on the internet.

We find the three most popular low carb keto bread recipes on YouTube and pit them against each other in a fight to the death!

The first contender is the low carb bread recipe called “Soul Bread” from the blog Low Carb Diem. Check out the recipe below.

Our second contestant is from the blog Sugar-Free Mom, who makes the famous “Cloud Bread” we’ve all heard so much about. Full details plus her recipe are located at the link below. Be sure to check it out.

The third contestant is the “Best Keto Bread” recipe from the YouTube channel Keto Connect. This is one of their most popular videos, and for good reason. Be sure to check out their video at the link below.

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16 Comments

  1. I saw someone who added few drops of maple syrup to the yeast so that can play as sugar and it turned out really good

  2. I imagine that cloud bread, without the savory garlic and onion powders, would be pretty good for French toast since it already has an eggy/custard-y texture. Fry in a little bit of butter and maybe add some sugar-free syrup?

  3. When you proof the yeast before mixing it in (adding a tsp of sweetener to the yeast stirred into the 105 degree liquid and let it bubble), it actually devours the sweetener (can use maple syrup or any natural sweetener). You get no sugar,and a good rise.

  4. I think I saw on the gnom gnom website that you can let yeast feast on some sugar. It eats the sugar… so you're not. By the time the yeast is done with its snack, there shouldn't be any sugar left.

  5. This is my favorite one – not because low carb bread is so great, but you, Wesley, are… hanging out in your kitchen always ups my vibe and makes me giggle! ;-P

  6. Hey….how about doing a 90 second microwave KETO bread review. There are a lot of various recipes versions out there of EASY Keto bread that you can cook in 90 seconds.

  7. The keto connect bread is amazing. It's hard to toast, you have to watch it like a hawk and take it out as soon as it starts toasting because it goes straight to burnt. But you still get it crispy, and it's great for sunny-side up eggs in the morning. Hot dogs and sandwiches taste great with it.

  8. I'm shocked hes not more famous. His little edits are perfectly timed. His personality is hilarious. On top of all that he cooks his food right lol.

  9. I have a question about the yeast and don't know if you would know for sure or not. I make water kefir, and the grains eat all the sugar used to make it. Wouldn't the yeast do the same if you used a small amount of sugar to feed them? Something to think about.

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