This 90-second keto bread will fix all your bread craving! This is a tasty keto bread with the most wonderful soft bread texture perfect for sandwiches or toasts.
Calling all the bread lovers for this keto microwave bread recipe! (are you?) We are all missing a good sandwich at some point on keto. Let’s face it, bread is life. However, when the urge to eat bread comes we don’t have the patience to bake my tasty keto bread loaf. So this 90-second keto bread is the solution. Even more, it’s a life-saver.
A microwave bread, or 90-second keto bread because it cooks in 90 seconds, is simply a bread recipe baked in your microwave. Even though it looks simple, you won’t be able to use your regular bread recipe to make keto microwave bread.
Microwaving is an ultra-fast cooking method and it can dry out food that doesn’t contain enough moisture.
Therefore, you can’t use my keto bread roll recipe in the microwave. Indeed, the best way to make a keto 90-second bread is to use eggs as a binder. This will keep the bread soft, chewy, and moist.
Great news, making a low carb bread recipe in the microwave is easy. Everyone can make it with the 5 simple ingredients below.
And that’s it, only 5 simple ingredients (water excluded) for a dairy-free keto microwave bread!
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The title says it all, it only takes 90 seconds to bake it in the microwave.
But before that, you have to mix the ingredients.
It should be noted that microwave bread must be toasted. Indeed, after 90 seconds in the microwave, your keto bread is very soft, moist, and airy.
In order to create a delicious bread toast or sandwich, you must either toast the bread or pan fry it in butter. This will reveal all the bread flavor, add crispness, and also mask any slight egg flavor you may not want.
Obviously, this microwave bread recipe intends to be neutral in flavor in order to be used in any way you like: sweet or savory. Like any regular soft bread from the store, it’s a soft, airy bread with many possibilities!
Some of my tips to boost your bread with flavor are the addition of dry spices, cheese, or sweetener.
Let’s see below some of the great flavors you can create with this simple recipe.
While this is one of the best keto recipes for breakfast, it’s also an amazing keto sandwich bread. Who doesn’t love a club sandwich? I am sure you do too! Not sure how to make a keto sandwich using this microwave bread recipe? Here are some great keto sandwich ideas for any time of the day
Finally, if you are not fond of eggs in your keto bread recipe but still want a quick bread, try my egg-free keto bread in the microwave. As a result, the texture will be dryer, dense, and closer to artisan bread.
I hear you, you are busy and you want to make ahead some quick tasty keto bread. Contrary to oven baking, microwaving cooks your food so fast that the texture dries out very quickly if stored for too long.
Clearly, it won’t taste as good the next day but it’s still possible to make-ahead, 24 hours before. These are my recommendation.
Leave me a comment if you want to share with me your ideas, ask a question, or just talk! I love to connect with you.
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