This is a high fat bread that will keep you feeling full and looks great on your table. It's perfect for soaking up your eggs or just toasted and slathered with fresh butter. The flavor is rich. This Keto Bread contains a lot of eggs and imparts a full bodied flavor.
Whisk the eggs on high for 2 minutes until it's bubbly. I use a Kitchen-Aid for this.
Pour in melted coconut oil and butter with the eggs while continuously whipping on low.
Add dry ingredients and mix until combined.
Scrape into a loaf pan that has been prepared with oil. It should look something like this.
Bake for 60 minutes @ 325F in a glass pan. Or, 350 for 45-50 in a metal bread pan. Do the toothpick test to make sure your bread is done (all ovens are different). See notes above the recipe about baking with nut flours.
I topped my bread with poppy seed, pumpkin seeds and slivered almonds before I baked it. These are optional but turn ordinary bread into something special.If you do add nuts or seeds remember that they are added in very small amounts and won't change the nutritional info too much unless you go crazy with them.But, if you are on a "Strict" Keto or are just starting out with Keto add the seeds or nuts into your macro calculator.
Serving: 1slice | Calories: 172kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 14g | Sodium: 153mg | Fiber: 1g | Net Carbs: 1g | Fat Ratio per Serving: 73.26% | Protein Ratio per Serving: 11.63% | Carb Ratio per Serving: 2.33%
Almond Flour LCHF KETO Bread https://castleinthemountains.com/lchf-keto-bread/ March 14, 2020