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Keto bread rolls  are the best egg-free keto bread to fix your bread cravings on low carb keto diet. Keto bread rollsA crispy almond flour bread recipe 100% Vegan + Gluten free + Dairy free

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Keto bread rolls – NO eggs

Don’t get me wrong here, I love my eggs but I don’t think eggs should be part of bread making. Eggs always add too much moisture or eggy flavor to bread and I simply don’t like it. That is why I make all my keto bread egg free. My favorite on the blog are my keto bread loaf for breakfast, my keto coconut flour flatbread or keto flaxseed wraps  for lunch and now those bread rolls. Avoiding eggs in keto bread make it more real.

Keto bread rolls

It taste closer to real bread without the carbs. So those simple keto bread rolls are made of :

  • Almond flour or almond meal as you like, both works
  • Coconut flour 
  • Psyllium husk – I am using ground psyllium husk, it is what add a chewy/bready texture to low carb bread. It is 100% fibre so there is no carbs in this
  • Apple cider vinegar – as there is no gluten in this recipe the combination of vinegar and baking powder give a little raise to those keto bread rolls
  • Baking powder or baking soda – use half if you swap for baking soda
  • Salt – optional but I love to add a bit of salt in my bread
  • Olive oil or vegetable oil you like
  • Water – use hot water not boiling boiling, think bath temperature 37C-40C

Keto bread rolls

How to enjoy your dinner rolls?

There is plenty of options to enjoy those as part of your keto diet. I will  share below all my favorite way to enjoy those simple keto bread rolls.

Keto bread rolls

  • Breakfast : simply cut them halfway and spread some fresh salty butter or peanut butter. Delicious! My tip : toast them for extra crispiness, specially few days later as they get softer.
  • Dinner: as a side to your favorite curry or to enjoy some creamy cheese like Camembert !
  • Lunch: those are perfect to make small sandwich or even burgers. They are delicious filled with fresh avocado, mayonnaise and any meat or roasted vegetables.

Keto bread rolls

How to store vegan keto bread ?

They don’t contains eggs or dairy meaning they store very well at room temperature. Also, they freeze really well if you plan to make-ahead for a busy week.

  • Pantry: store your bread wrapped in a clean towel for up to 6 days . The towel will keep them fresh, prevent the bread to harden. They will get softer with days but you can simply cut them halfway and toast before eating to add a little crisp. Otherwise, return to hot oven for 5-8 minutes at 180C (375F) if you really want the bread crust to be extra crispy.
  • Freeze: feel free to double the recipe, bake the bread and freeze them for later. Defrost the day before on a plate at room temperature. Rewarm in your oven or in a toaster – cut halfway and toast them 1 minutes on high. I recommend to freeze them in Ziploc bags to avoid the bread texture to be changed.

Keto bread rolls

Enjoy the keto bread rolls and tag me on Instagram with your creation if you make some yourself. I love to see what you are making home!

xoxo Carine
Keto bread rolls

Keto bread rolls

Keto bread rolls NO EGGS ! 100% Vegan + Dairy free + Low Carb + Grain free. Delicious crispy bread rolls made of almond flour, coconut flour and psyllium husk. 
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 40 mins
Total Time: 50 mins
Author: Carine
6 bread rolls
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Ingredients

Dry ingredients

Wet ingredients

Toppings

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 375F (180C) Lay a baking tray with parchment paper. Set aside. 
  • In a large mixing bowl add all the dry ingredients first : almond flour, coconut flour, ground psyllium husk, baking powder and salt. Stir to combine.
  • Add apple cider vinegar, olive oil and stir in the hot water. Combine for 1 minutes with a spatula, the water will absorb gradually, drying out the mixture to create the bread dough. It should stay a bit soft and sticky that is normal but you should be able to form a ball with your hand. If not add slightly more husk 1 teaspoon at a time. You want the ball to hold together, it is ok if it is moist. Don't add more than 1 tablespoon of husk. 
  • Set aside 10 minutes to let the fibre absorbs the liquid . The dough should be elastic, soft and easy to divide into 6 small balls.
  • Roll each small balls between your hands and place them one by one on the baking tray. No need to leave more than half thumb between each bread as they won't expend while baking.
  • With a pastry brush, brush the top of each bread balls with a bit of tap water. 
  • Sprinkle some sesame seeds on top f each bread - optional but delicious!
  • Bake 40-45 minutes at 180C (375F). I recommend you place the tray at the very BOTTOM of the oven for 30 minutes then swap to TOP level of the oven for 10-15 extra minutes. If you love your bread crusty turn onto grill mode for an extra 5 minutes after the 40-45 minutes baking time. Watch them closely to avoid the top to burn - if you use the grill method.
  • Fully cool down a cooling rack. 
  • Slice halfway and enjoy as a bread roll with butter, ham or cheese.
  • Store in the pantry for 5-6 days. I wrap  mine in a towel to keep them fresh and rewarm them sliced, in my toaster to add some crispiness. You can also freeze the bread and double the recipe to make more ahead. 
Purple bread: note that some psyllium husk brand turns your baking into a purple-ish color. If it happens, it is still good to eat, simply use a different brand to avoid this next time.
Nutrition Facts
Keto bread rolls
Amount Per Serving (1 bread roll)
Calories 203 Calories from Fat 135
% Daily Value*
Fat 15g23%
Carbohydrates 13.9g5%
Fiber 9.2g38%
Sugar 1.9g2%
Protein 6.2g12%
Iron 1.4mg8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutrition panel is for one keto bread roll. This recipe make 6 keto bread rolls. Net carbs 4.7 g per rolls.

 

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  1. Hi Carine,
    Today I’ve made 3 of your recipes, I started with the burgers buns, then those bread rolls, because they basically have the same ingredients.
    I’m not a big fan of the buns, but these bread rolls are absolutely stunning!!!
    Also there is a bit of cheesy flavour, that I have no idea where it comes from, and they are so delicious.
    I can’t believe how easy and simple that recipe was, very quick, that it’s vegan, gf and keto!
    Even better than GF bread, not dry, fluffy and soft, perfect!
    The flaxseeds wraps are done but I haven’t eaten them yet.
    Next time I’d like to try your bread loaf.
    Please experiment on vegan keto pancakes !!
    Thank you so much x

    • Thanks so much for trying so many of my keto recipes! I am not vegan, I eat eggs so I didn’t try a vegan keto pancake recipe. The reason why my bread are vegan keto is that I hate egg flavor in bread, must be my French roots! Enjoy the blog recipes, XOXO Carine.

  2. Hi. I was trying out your lc no eggs buns today. I realise that the buns didn’t rise at all or minimal during baking. Is this normal or where did I go wrong? Pls advise

    • Yes, it is ! Gluten free bread doesn’t raise much that is why I recommend to roll balls of dough and bake same round, not flatten. The more air you leave in the dough the more chance you get to raise slightly in the oven. Don’t press the dough and don’t over knead. Simply roll nice round balls and place them on the try like this. They won’t raise much but stay same size you shape them. Enjoy the recipe! XOXO Carine.


  3. Thank you for this recipe. This is the first recipe I have found that doesn’t use eggs which I can’t have. Smells like bread when baking and tastes like it . Two thumbs up!


  4. O.M.G…I’m speechless about these rolls. I just made them without any alterations, and they turned out absolutely perfect. They didn’t turn purple and the texture just like regular breads. I happened to cut them into 8 pieces instead of 6 so I cut the baking time by 15 minutes, with the help of a toothpick to calculate the time, then broiled for 2 minutes to brown the top. They are amazing and I can’t thank you enough for this recipe as I can finally eat bread without feeling guilty.


  5. Lovely recipe! The closest to the taste and feel of “normal” bread. Even though my psyllium husks turned to be from the ones that turn the bread purple (taste is totally fine only the colour is a bit on the awkward side) the buns were highly appreciated! Thank you!

  6. Just made a 1/4 batch to try this out and they were awesome! My psyllium did turn purple though.

    Can I put the full recipe into a loaf pan and bake instead of making rolls?

    • Some husk brand turn purple when baked for some weird reason! Try a different brand to avoid the color next time.

      Yes you can bake the recipe as a loaf but you will need to bake it longer to make sure it is cooked inside and not moist. Otherwise try my keto bread loaf recipe, very similar egg free keto bread recipe. Enjoy ! XOXO Carine.

  7. Hi, you wrote 1/4 of a cup+ 3tbspoons husk, and then 37g, is this 37g all in all or is it 1/4 of a cup+37grams?

    • Hi, I like to provide the whole recipe conversion in grams when it comes to keto bread,this is more precise to bake in weight on keto diet. So yes 37 grams refer to the entire amount of husk in the recipe meaning 1/4 cup + 3 tablespoons. Enjoy the bread rolls and all the others keto recipes on the blog, XOXO Carine.


  8. This is the first bread recipe I tried that tasted like bread to me! I made them twice before I decided I miss the smell of yeast so now I generally add proofed yeast and a little more psyllium husk to the mix. I’ve found it makes it softer and more easily torn apart. If I’m feeling extra jazzy, I’ll do an egg wash on top instead of water and that’s been delicious too!

    thanks for sharing

    • Hello ! I am so happy to read your comment today ! I like the egg wash idea on top I will give it a try next time. Thank you so much for trying my low carb recipes. I hope you will enjoy even lots more on this blog. XOXO Carine.


  9. Have been on a Keto diet for seven weeks and craving bread. Made these rolls this morning. They are DELICIOUS.

    • Congrats ! that is a very long time and I am glad those rolls could fix your bread cravings on keto ! Keep up the good work and enjoy the keto recipes on my blog. XOXO Carine.


  10. Definitely going to try these as well! Your Leto loaf is my favourite bread recipe, is this destined to become my “go to” bun?? 🙂 Thank you

    • If you love the keto loaf you will adore the bread rolls ! Such a treat for sandwich or as a side dish. XOXO Carine.

  11. Hi Carinne. I’d love to make this recipe but what flour can I use to replace the coconut flour as I am allergic to that. More almond flour? Chickpea flour? Let me know. Thanks.

    • Unfortunately you need coconut flour to add texture to this bread. Chickpea flour is not low carb so I won’t recommend it. More almond flour could work but you will need to figure out how much. Enjoy the recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  12. Made the bread rolls yesterday and they were nice! But the taste was getting used to. Made them today with lemon juice in stead of apple cider vinager. Now they are realy delicious! Also in 1 half of the dough i put walnuts, steeds etc… Also delicious! I can only eat 2 of them. So full! Thanx for the recipe

    • They are very fulfilling bread rolls because they contains lots of fiber which is good for your gut health! I agree that apple cider vinegar is not to everyone taste, lemon juice is a great alternative ! Thanks for testing this recipe. Enjoy the blog, XOXO Carine.

  13. Hi I’m excited to make this for my son who has many allergies but wondering if I can substitute olive oil/veg oil for coconut oil?

    • Sure! any oil will work well in this recipe. Let me know how it goes and if your son loves the bread too ! XOXO Carine


      • Thank you Carine for sharing your recipe with us . Mine came out perfectly round, was moist initially, but quickly fixed that by returning into the oven. I can’t tolerate eggy bread, so you’re a lifesaver, as your recipes are not complicated

        • I love easy low carb recipes so you find the best place to cook from ! If you don’t like eggy bread I recommend you give a try to my keto bread loaf, it is egg free too and taste like artisan bread. Enjoy the blog recipes, XOXO Carine.


  14. Hi Carine – I made this recipe this morning and. . . wow. . . they are GREAT! I have been missing bread and am not terribly fond of the egg/cheese breads that seem to be so popular with the Keto crowd. Thanks a lot. . . I love your site and there are several other recipes that I plan to try.

    • Hello! Welcome on the blog. I am so glad you find me here and I am so happy that you enjoy my egg free bread roll. Let me know which other recipe you will try. I love feedbacks. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  15. Carine, I am so happy to find egg-free keto bread recipes. Amazing blog. I myself love eggs and cheese, and don’t have to restrict them, but my husband loathes eggs with a passion so much that he can’t even bear to be in the same room as them. I am so looking forward to trying the various keto dough recipes you have, which will surely be versatile given the neutral taste compared to eggy or cheesy crusts.

    • Hello ! I am happy you find my blog and I really hope your husband will enjoy my egg-free keto bread recipes. I also love eggs but with a vegan husband I am inspired to create keto vegan recipes to share both. Let me know how the bread turns out and welcome on my blog. XOXO Carine.


  16. I enjoyed this recipe as is and was craving bagels, so I tried making them in a donut pan.. And it turned out great! I was lazy and didn’t weigh my ingredients so the texture was slightly off. I’ve had a lot more success withing weighing them out though. These are definitely worth a try!

    • What a great idea ! I never thought about baking this a donut pan, I am so glad you shared your positive experience. Something new to try. Enjoy the recipes around here. XOXO Carine.


  17. Amazing! Thanks so much. Mine were a little wet in the middle so I cut them open and put them back in the oven. Now that I have read the comments I know how to fix that next time. They taste amazing! Cheers 🙂


  18. I was about to give up on a good keto bread when I came across your website. I decided to give ot one more try using this recipe. I am blown away!! All the others are complicated, don’t taste good and usually fall in the middle as soon as you take it out of the oven. I’m so thrilled. I very rarely as comment but I’m so impressed. You are as sweet as honey. I’ll be trying your other recipes as well. Thank you for all your hard work, makes this keto menopausal ladies life so much easier….and that is awesome!

    • That is the most beautiful comment I read to day and I thank you for that! I am so glad you find my easy low carb recipes on the blog. Enjoy the bread and the others recipes around. XOXO Carine.


  19. YOU ARE A GENIUS!!! Thank you so much for inventing and posting this recipe!!! I just started keto 1 week ago (for the 3rd time) and really don’t like the taste of egg in the typical keto breads. These rolls (purple is fine LOL) are SOOOO GOOOD!!!! I had one warmed up this morning with cream cheese and was able to dip it in my coffee just like a bagel! Really comforting 🙂

    Mine were doughy initially so I put them back in to bake longer. They were still a tad doughy but that seemed to go away after I let them cool thoroughly. Then they were just moist and very bread-like inside OMG SO GOOD!!!!

    Thanks again! I’ll be checking out all the rest of your recipes now…..

    • THANK YOU for this amazing feedback. It makes me very happy and I love your toppings! Cream cheese is so good on toasted bread. Enjoy all the low carb keto recipes on the blog, XOXO Carine.


      • They are now a staple of my keto diet 💖 I let a friend who is VERY gluten intolerant try one and she was amazed! She said “I have all these ingredients at home and I’ll make these tonight!” Thanks so much again. It’s so hard to give up so many of my favorite foods on keto and this definitely eases the pain 😋 Also just FYI I make them with about 1T caraway seeds in the dough and love them even more 🤗

        • Hello! I am so glad to that you love the bread rolls ! Thanks for spreading the word about my recipes to your friends too. It means a lot to me. I will definetly try to add caraway seeds to flavor my next batch, such a great idea! Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.


  20. Carine, what a GREAT recipe! No egg keto bread…genius! The taste and texture are perfect! I can’t wait to try more of your egg-free breads!

    BTW, I used cashew flour and it worked great.

    Thank you.

  21. Bonjour Carine,

    So happy to visit your blog again. You have great recipes! Is it possible to swap the almond flour for anything else? As i am allergic. I have Teff and chickpea at the moment.

    Merci,

    RV

    • Bonjour RV, Not in this recipe you really need the almond flour sorry. Enjoy the blog and thanks for following, A bientot, Carine.


  22. Carine, I tried making it and it turned out quite well. Crusty on the outside and looked every bit the way I expected it. Only the inside was too bouncy and rubbery. What could be the cause? Did I put a tad too much vinegar? Or perhaps had added the warm water too quickly?

    • I would suspect it is the thickness of husk. When it is too fine and if you measure in cups, less precise than grams, it great this weird texture. Try the recipe in grams for more precision and let me know how it goes. XOXO Carine.

    • It won’t be low carb anymore and the amount will probably be very different, a new recipe to create so I am not sure. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  23. I made these today and was SOOOOO excited as they were a little chewy inside and had a crispy outside! I have been eating paleo for about 6 weeks now and have been craving a sandwich, but every “bread” recipe I tried was either nauseatingly eggy, or dry and crumbly, or wet and gloopy in the middle. This recipe is the closest to real bread that I’ve tried, and I can’t wait to make a sammy 🙂

    Thanks so much for the recipe Carine!


  24. Made this recipe for the second time, is amazing, I love the taste! the only weird is that even though is crispy on the outside, is wet on the inside, I’ve left it on the oven for about 50 minutes but still wet, is it supposed to be a little wet inside or completely dry? for the next time I’ll try using a bit less water. Is delicious anyway, especially with butter.

    • No it is not suppose to be wet inside at all. If it is it means your flours (or husk) doesn’t absorb the moisture enough. Try the recipe in grams for full precision or use thinner husk. Enjoy ! XOXO Carine.

    • Sorry for that, there is 15 g of fat per roll, recipe has been updated. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog, XOXO Carine.


  25. This bread is so good!! Thank you for sharing this recipe, followed it to a T, it’s perfect.
    And i can enjoy it with savory or sweet meals.


  26. Hi,
    I followed the instructions but inside they were not cooked (they looked like a gum inside). So I broke them in 2 pieces each and left them again in the oven for about 15 minutes. And it worked. The taste is fantastic – is the closest taste I could get til now to a regular good bread.
    Any ideas what I might have done wrong, please? Maybe it is the oven?
    Many thanks,

    • It looks like your bread was too moist. It can be because you shape bigger rolls (4 instead of 6 for example), or you used whole husk not ground husk which is much more water absorbent. How was the dough before baking? It should not be sticky at all or it means one of your ingredient did absorb moisture enough. Making the recipe in grams is very helpful too for precision. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog, XOXO Carine.


      • Thank you for taking the time to answer me.
        I think I figured it out. I did not pay enough attention to the vinegar and mistook the apple cider vinegar with the apple vinegar. Now I made the correction and used the right apple cider vinegar and the rolls are fluffy, as the were supposed to be.
        Many thanks again,

        • I am SO happy that we find a way to fix it 🙂 Thanks for not giving up and trying again. Low carb baking takes time, patience and practice but as soon as you get there you create beautiful delicious things. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  27. These are sooooooo much better than I expected. Je vous merci infiniment : D
    (I may have posted this twice….oops)

    • Merci a vous ! Thanks to YOU for giving this recipe a go. I am so happy you found my blog and enjoy my low carb recipes. XOXO Carine.


  28. Juste parfait!! Merci pour la recette! Je l’ai doublé, puis coupé en 10 petits pains. Un peu plus de net carbs par pain, mais un peu plus à tartiner 😉
    Si vous aviez une recette avec des hemp seeds hearts, ça serait génial!

    • Je reconnais bien la notre cote francais, moi aussi j adore faire plus de petits pains. Je penserai aux hemp hearts la prochaine fois. A bientot sur le blog et merci pour ce joli commentaire en francais. Carine.


  29. I am amazed, really! After trying so many keto bread recipes both complicated and not very satisfying this recipe just improved my life. Thank you so much for sharing! Best wishes from Romania!


  30. Love, love! It was so easy and the texture is crusty on the outside, similar to european bread and very nice and dougy on the inside. This bread will keep me on the low Keto diet. Thank you.


  31. hello. finally found a recipe for low carb rolls without eggs.
    i used oat flour instead of almond flour, rolls were good but a little d nse. Should i have used more liquid / oil. Also slight coconut flavour, can i use less coconut flour and more oat flour.
    Will certainly keep trying the rolls
    .

    • I am very happy that you enoy the bread rolls and thank you for sharing your recipe alternative. Oat flour has more fibre than almond flour so if you replace with same amount you will need more liquid or the dough will be too dry. Enjoy the recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  32. Hi Carine, I am going to try this recipe tomorrow morning. I have always fallen off my keto diet because I love bread, and end up eating regular store bought bread. Hope your recipes will help me stick to my diet better. Thanks so much for posting these easy recipes.

    • I hope you enjoy this bread recipe. Keto without bread is impossible, you deserve some treat and those are safe for you! Enjoy, XOXO Carine.

  33. Hi Carine!

    Thank you for sharing your recipe.
    I’ve tried baking it twice & both times the bread is kind of doughy. Wondering why is that so? Is it meant to be that way?
    Oh btw, is the bun suppose to be heavy or light? 😅

    • It suppose to be light and soft in the middle. Did you skip any ingredients like baking soda or apple cider vinegar? Let me know I am happy to help. XOXO Carine.


  34. Looks like a great recipe, though I have not tried it yet. Isn’t there a way you can include the nutritional block ( or at least the line stating the carbs below the recipe) in the printed version?

    • Hello! We are redesigning the blog right now an it is a request I sent to the tech team. In the near future, your nutrition panel will be displayed on the printed recipe card. Just a tiny bit a patience, this new feature is coming your way ! Thanks for your time, XOXO Carine.


  35. AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME!!! These exceeded my skeptical expectations. Mine turned out purple/deep brown because of the psyllium husk I used, but, maaaan, they are super soft and feel and taste just like bread!!! THANK YOU for this awesome recipe!!! 🙂

    • I love to read that kind of comment in the morning. Well, hsuk is weird some brand turns purple when baked but it doesn’t impact the flavor. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  36. We tried this keto bread rolls for dinner tonight and this is the best recipe we have had so far. All the other breads we made either had eggy taste or didn’t have the right texture. It really tasted like the carb bread. Thank you for this awesome recipe.


  37. I wanted to make bread using a recipe I’d tried before, but realised I had no eggs as I was preparing the ingredients. By accident I came across this recipe and my goodness, I am extremely pleased I did. These rolls are delicious. I used some with butter, some with peanut butter (a little tricky to chew paired together), and my personal favourite, a cheese roll. My only criticism, or wish I suppose, is that they were bigger. This will be a new go to recipe for me. Thank you SO much for sharing!

    • I am so happy to read your comment! Thanks for trying my bread roll recipe and enjoy the other low carb keto recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

  38. Hello, trying these for the first time. Since we can’t have nuts, I replaced the almond flour with light buckwheat flour. The dough was very dry and crumbly, so I added a bit more olive oil and water. Hopefully I didn’t over mix it while adjusting the liquids. Just putting them in the oven. Hopefully they will turn out well.

    • Good morning, I would not recommend buckwheat flour as a swap to almond flour. Both are too different, you can’t use buckwheat as a almond meal/flour replacement in a recipe keeping the same ratio. Buckwheat contains 10 times less fat than almond it means it will dry out the bread dough and the bread will result very dry, more like a rock and not airy at all. If yu have nut allergy, the closest flour to almond meal is oat flour, you usually obtain a similar result using a similar amount in the recipe. I hope your experience still turn out great and tasty. XOXO Carine.


      • Thank you for the suggestion. They came out with a great flavour, although very dense. My husband liked them. He said it reminded him of homemade bread baked in an open hearth oven. We are very sensitive to grain and that is why I tried buckwheat instead of oat flour. I will have to keep trying.

        • I am so glad to hear that! This give a nut free option to many other readers. Thanks so much for following back. XOXO Carine.


  39. Hello Carine !
    Great website ! and great recipe !
    It would have been tough to go without any bread sub…

    I’m quite new to all this so just to be sure :
    it’s 13.9g total carb per roll, is it ?
    out of the usual 20-30g dialy portion…?

    Regards

    • Hello! Welcome on my blog! I am so glad you are enjoying the recipe around here. So this recipe makes 6 bread roll. Serving size is one bread roll. In this bread roll you will get only 4.7 g net carb (you should count net carbs on keto low carb diet not the total carbs as fibre are not assimilated by your body). So yes, there is 13.9g of total carb in one bread roll but also 9.2 g fibre so your intake per roll will be 13.9g – 9.2g or 4.7 g net carbs. Hope it makes sense! XOXO Carine.


      • Thanks a bunch Carine !
        I also double everything to make a big loaf which works well too….
        Got it ! yes it does ! Cool, I ‘m relieved… 😉
        Take care.

        • That is amazing! I definetely want to try the big loaf idea very soon! Sounds amazing. Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.


  40. Fantastic… found your website this weekend and tried the keto-vegan bread roll and I have to say, this is one of the best recipes out there for keto bread rolls. Most other recipes I followed before resulted in a weird taste in the end but this recipe resulted in an almost bread like result in terms of taste. I baked my roll in an air fryer and got a perfectly baked roll that was super crispy on the outside and cooked well through inside too. I will definitely be visiting your website more often for the other recipes.

    • This is the most beautiful thing to read! Thanks so much for your lovely feedback that will help others too. I never thought about baking those in an air fryer so it is a great thing to know! Have a great time on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  41. Hi Carine,
    I’m in New Zealand too..trying your reciepe for the first time..
    I’m trying to make a bread loaf inside of rolls.. any suggestions or tips regarding reciepe for bread loaf?

    Regards, Marcelle

    • Kia ora Marcelle, I am sure you can shape this dough as a loaf and bake on a loaf pan or directly on the baking tray (covered with parchment paper to avoid the bread to stick of course). It may be longer to bake through as it will be a thicker dough. Let me know how it goes! Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.


  42. Hi! Thanks for the tasty recipe! I am not sure I understand the carbs per roll. You indicate 13,9 g total carbs and 4,6g per roll. If I divide the total carbs by 6 rolls I get 2,3g as an answer. Where am I wrong?
    Rhanks!

    • Thank you ! I am glad you enjoyed the bread rolls recipe. You are getting confused between carbs and NET carbs. Net carbs are the one you should take into account on a keto low carb diet. Net carbs are carbs minus fibers. Fiber are non digestible and doesn’t impact blood sugar level that is why they are never counted as carbs on a low carb diet. One bread roll has indeed 13.9 g total carbs minus 9.2 g of fiber it comes to the 4.7 g net carbs per roll I mention before the nutrition panel. A nutrition panel always shows total carbs and total fiber. You have to do the maths to get the net carbs but as I know you guys love to have this info asap, I do the math for you and I had it on top of the panel 🙂 I hope this helps ! Enjoy the recipes on the blog an THANK you for trying some. XOXO Carine.


  43. I made these tonight and my batter was a little dry. They turned out delicious tho. It was the best keto bread I have made so far! Thank you for a great recipe

    • It makes me very happy to read your lovely comment. Thanks so much for trying my recipe. If it is too dry it might be because your husk is thinner than mine, absorb moisture more or you bake them slightly longer. Just few tips for next time 🙂 Enjoy the blog recipes XOXO Carine.

  44. hi, i have just found your site, and will be trying many of these very soon, as have been told for my health need to be on a KETO diet, can i ask the thing i will miss is bread, can this recipe be made into a loaf? or do you have other loaf recipes? thank you

    • I did not bake the recipe as a loaf yet but many people reported success doing this. So yes, give this a go it should be perfect ! Enjoy the low carb keto recipes on the blog. You can do this ! Keto is fun and tasty and my blog will provides you all the baking recipes that are safe for you on your journey to healthier you! XOXO Carine.

    • Oh thank you so much, I am so glad you find a bread recipe you love on my blog. Enjoy all the other low carb recipes around. XOXO Carine.


  45. Hi Carine,
    It’s great to finally come across a keto bread recipe that does not use egg. I’m allergic to it and I don’t like the egg taste too. I’ve just made it. But my dough was I think a bit dry, I did try to make it wetter by adding water. And it stayed together a bit. And I guess because it’s dryer, when I followed the exact timing to bake it, it kind of become burnt a bit. Turned out purple and slightly firm but it taste nice all the same. Any suggestion for in the future? Btw I live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Don’t know if the quality of stuff we have here and the weather made it that way.

    • It is always tricky to bake with low carb flour, especially high fiber ones like coconut flour and psyllium husk. If your husk is really thin it can absorb moisture more getting the batter dryer. I would recommend to try a different husk brand too as you said yours turn purple – this happens only with some husk brand, I never had any issue but some people report same issue with some brands. So changing the husk brand should solve both of your problem. Thanks so much for trying my recipe from Malaysia ! Enjoy the blog, XOXO Carine.


  46. I made a double batch and these turned out perfect! They have a nice whole grain taste to them which I much prefer over the eggy breads I’ve tried before. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    • Thank you so much for your lovely feedback! I am very happy you enjoyed those little bread rolls. Enjoy the recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • Yes but you don’t count carbs on low carb keto diet, you must count net carbs. Net carbs are total carbs minus fibre as fibre are not digestible by your body and don’t impact your blood sugar level. So net carbs is 4.7 g per roll which is a very low carb amount for a bread. Enjoy the recipe, XOXO Carine.

  47. I am actually baking these now if anyone has an answer for me. I made half a recipe which should make 3 rolls, I cut it in half and then half again. So they are small. Has anyone done this to know how much shorter the cooking time should be? I don’t know what I was thinking for a first time I should not have done that. I tried to change my mind and glob two chunks together and they didn’t have much sticking power after having already been rolled into the smaller balls.

    I am also trying out a scale for the first time, A new brand of almond flour which is very fine and a new brand of coconut flour that also seems very fine. I measured them in my ounce cups and then weighed the individual ingredients. The almond flour was almost exactly the same on my scale in grams as my ounce cup measurement BUT my coconut flour was WAY off. I used a lot less by the scale than what was meaured in ounces.

    Oh and I used butter instead of oil because I always do that when making regular bread. It smells like delicious bread dough. It also has a nice spring. I am glad that I used the scale.

    (I have waited to try this recipe because so many people have had troublee with gooey middles and my research told me that was becasue the coconut flour varies a lot by weight by brand depending on how it is processed. And I did find that to be true when weighed my ingredients.)


    • My rolls turned out perfect. I was in heaven. The perfect chew. This might sound crazy to a lot of people but I slathered my second roll in peanut butter. It has been so long to enjoy a peanut butter sandwich since going KETO. Ahhh comfort food.

      • AH! That makes me so happy to read your comment! Peanut butter sandwich are the best. Enjoy the low carb baking recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • I did not see any people reporting gooey middle but if you bake larger ball it can happens. I recommend to bake this dough divided in 4 parts that is the best way to make a delicious eg free keto bread roll with a soft middle texture. I hope you came out with a great result. Enjoy the blog recipes, XOXO Carine.

        • It means they are undercooked or your husk wasn’t thin enough to absorb the moisture. Make the recipe in grams for full precision, make sure you divide the dough in 6 as recommended and cook until a nice crispy crust form. Enjoy! XOXO Carine.


  48. Just made these and they look good, haven’t tasted yet…. but they are darker than pictured here, I guess it depends on the husk used. Can wait to have it with butter!!


  49. Hello Carine,

    I would like to know the ingredient ” ground psyllium husk” is powdered or just normal psyllium husk

    Thank you for the nice recipes and wish you all the best in 2019


  50. Thanks a lot for this recipe! Awesome! You helped me overcome my loss on bread. I’m allowed to eat only 20 grams net carbs a day, for health reasons and appreciate greatly how they are airy and crisp. I replace baking powder with bicarbonate of soda and tartar cream, and it works beautifully!
    Much Love
    Viviane

    • Thanks Viviane, I don’t eat much carbs per day either and I happy that those breads makes you happy! Enjoy the recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  51. Thank you for this recipe! I don’t usually expect much when making grain free bread as it rarely turns out for me and I am often disappointed. But this recipe turned out like you described on my first attempt and even looked similar to your pictures. They have a soft texture and don’t taste like eggs! I have missed good bread since having to cut out gluten and dairy and I can’t remember the last time I had a good homemade roll. I will be making this on a regular basis. Thank you again!

    • Hello! You must add some coconut flour in this bread roll recipe. It is the trio of flour that make them hold together without using any eggs. Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.


  52. Thankyou thankyou thankyou n I can’t thank u enough for dis. This is a survivor for me. M vegan so m so happy God bless u for dis

    • Hello! It is 13.9 g per bread roll including 9.2 g of fibre per bread so as you should only count the net carb in keto diet it is carb minus fiber and only 4.7 g net carbs per bread rolls. Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.


  53. I’m new to keto vegan baking (I’m not vegan, just recently swore off eggs about the traumatizing mistake of cracking open a bad one). This is my first recipe and it came out pretty well. I followed the recipe exactly. I made them to eat with a Buffalo chicken dip that I just made since I don’t want to use crackers or bread since I am doing keto and it is perfect for that.

    • Amazing ! I am low carb/keto but as my husband is vegan I am trying to avoid eggs as I can to share my recipes with him. I am glad you enjoy the bread ! Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.

  54. Hi Carine! I have psylium husk unground. Should I grind first and then measure or measure first and then grind please?
    Thanks for this beautiful recipe.

    • Hello ! I would grind it first, then weight as the recipe calls for ground husk it is better in this order. It will ensure the best result. Enjoy the bread rolls. XOXO Carine.


  55. Oh my god!! I cant believe how easy and yummy these are. I baked a batch n had it with guacamole yummmm. Thanks a ton and pls keep up the good work.
    Love
    Sonia

    • Hi Sonia, That all I want to hear ! Happy people makes me happy. I love guacamole on bread too, such a great combo, Thanks for trying my recipes. Enjoy the blog. XOXO Carine.


  56. I love you side, this bread roll recipe is just what I am looking for: eggless, no cheese and no cauliflower. I was just wondering if I would make the dough into a bread load pan instead of rolls?

    • I did not try to bake this in a loaf pan but I am pretty sure it will work. Good idea! Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.


  57. I never post comments…EVER, but this recipe was exactly the type of bread/roll recipe I have been searching for these last few month — yeast-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, and egg-free. Sooo delicious and terrific texture too! I plan on using them as buns for turkey burgers tomorrow. I might even make them for the family Thanksgiving. : ) Thank you so very much.

    • That is the most beautiful thing I ever read. Thank you so much for this lovely message and for tring my recipes. This makes me very happy. Enjoy Thanksgiving and I hope some of my recipes will be on your table that day. XOXO Carine.


  58. Hi, this is a very good recipe, but my kid is allergic to psyllium, can I substitute psyllium with konjac powder?If i can, what is the ratio? 37 grams of konjac powder, the same quantity as psyllium?Thank you in advance

    • I have no idea! I never used konjac powder before so I don’t have much advice for your kid allergy. I am so sorry! I hope you find recipe he can enjoy on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • Hello! I am so happy that you love my keto bread recipe ! I used ground psillium husk, it is quite fine almost like a powder. I am not familiar with soluble psyllium husk I am sorry. Enjoy the recipes on the blog, XOXO Carine.

    • I didn’t try but I am pretty sure it will work perfectly well. Actually it is a great idea to get a crispy bread on sides and bottom! Enjoy the bread recipe. XOXO Carine.

  59. Hi. Carine I am going to try this recipe but can I just double check that you put the cup plus 3 tablespoons psyllium husk powder into the recipe and then don’t use more than one extra when shaping the dough? I just want to clarify before I start. Thanks

    • Yes you need exactly what is mention in the recipe noting more or less! Enjy the keto bread rolls. XOXO Carine.


  60. Hi Carine, Just want you to know that I love your bread recipe! It’s so wonderful and versatile! Savory or sweet…just perfect! Thank you, Thank you!!

    • Oh thank you so much for taking a minute to share with me such a beautiful feedback. It makes me very happy that you tried my bread and love it. Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine


  61. Oh my YUM!!! These are perfection for everyday rolls or bread. NowIam off to try to see if I can make it a bit sweeter for a Shabbat “challah-like” flavor (think Brochie) with just a bit of coconut sugar. The texture of the dough after sitting is so easy I may even try some braiding of it! Feel free to share any warnings – and thanks again for the great recipe!

    • I love your sweet idea SO much! It makes me hungry and want to try it now. Thanks again to YOU for trying my recipes and taking a minute to share your nice experience. XOXO Carine.

  62. So I can’t wit for these beauties to come out if the oven, but when I checked them they have a bluefish color to them, and ideas why? All products are fresh. This is the first time using psyllium flour. Does this flour cause this coloration? However I noticed uyours do not have this color in pics?

    Thanks Ginger

    • Yes, and don’t worry the taste won’t be impacted! Some psyllium husk brand turns blue/purple when baked. Mine doesn’t. I recommend you try a different brand next time to avoid that color. Enjoy the recipe and thanks for reading my blog ! XOXO Carine

      • Carine, This is the first visit to your blog and I love it especially when I live in NZ also and looking at making these buns. Can you please tell me what brands of flour you use and psyllium husks you use and also where do you buy them? I will be back on your site from now on. Thanks so much for your information.

        • I am so glad you find me ! I am not sure there is lots of people who read me from NZ so I usually don’t take much time to share my local brand on the blog. But it is a pleasure to share this with you today. I do all my shopping at pak n save. I use coconut flour and psyllium husk from Pams brand (store brand, it is cheaper and works perfectly fine). My almond meal is from Freshlife. I am very happy to have you on the blog and I hope you will enjoy few of my recipes. Enjoy. XOXO Carine.

          • I also am from New Zealand (Timaru) and follow your blog. I love your recipes! Giving NZ brands would be great! Judith

          • Kia Ora Judith! It is nice to have more people from New Zealand. I am buying all my ingredients at Pak N Save, I love to buy the store brand, Pams it is very good quality, not expensive and they have a large range of healthy product like chia seeds, coconut flour, flaxmeal and more. Enjoy the blog, XOXO Carine.

  63. Hi Carine,
    as we don‘t measure in cups in Austria, do YOU take 250 ml hot water?
    Thank you
    Best regards Katharina

    • That is weird, did you follow the recipe in grams? It looks like your dough was either too wet or under cooked. Thanks for trying my recipes and following the blog. Let me know ! XOXO Carine.

      • I have not made this recipe yet but I have seen this problem before on similar bread recipes and the suggestion was that not all coconut flours behave the same. Some brands behave very differently. It might help if people post what brands they have used and got good results. Carine what brands have you used?

        • Sure! I live in New Zealand and I used Ceres Organic or Pams (supermarket brand). Both worked well for me with same cup measurement. Enjoy the recipe ! XOXO Carine.

    • I won’t change anything in this recipe as it is a very special bread recipe using a combo of 3 keto flours and no eggs. ANy slight change can make the bread recipe not work at all. Psyllium husk is way more absorbent than flaxmeal and does not add such a chewy texture either. I am sorry I can’t proide a substitute for the husk here. Enjoy the blog recipes and thanks for trying some! XOXO Carine.


  64. Thank you Carine! As usual, these exceed expectations, are very tasty and so so simple and healthy! I didn’t have any sesame seeds so I used chia seeds… excellent with tuna.

    • Hello my friend! Thanks for this beautiful comment (just blocked my back lifting my baby for a nappy change) so this comment brings some happiness in my morning. I am so happy to have you on my blog. Thanks so much for trying my recipes and sharing such kind words. You made my day. Love from NZ, XOXO Carine.


    • Excellent recipe & very tasty. A viable substitution for the Coconut flour would be Cassava or even ground Flaxseed meal. Granted, they won’t be EXACTLY the same, but I have had some success with these subs for Coconut flour.

    • Not at all ! This recipe required all those ingredients to make the bread hold together as there is no eggs. I am sorry I wish you could give them a go. Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.

      • Hi.. I am baking these for the first time today and they look to be very dense and not fluffy. I substituted the apple cider vinegar for lemon juice. I’m just wondering if there are any tips that you could advise me of to bring the fluffiness out? Or is it a matter of just cooking it for longer ? thanks in advance, sarah B

        • Hi Sarah, It could be your husk or coconut flour that absorb the moisture too much. That is why I often recommend making the recipe in grams to brings precision and avoid issue with texture. I hope you enjoy the flavor of those anyway! XOXO Carine

        • Hello! Welcome on the blog ! I never used macadamia flour before so I have no idea if this will work in this recipe. If you give this a go let me know .XOXO Carine.