Keto Bread Rolls
These Keto bread rolls are the best simple rolls to fix your buns cravings on a low-carb keto diet.
It’s a crispy almond flour bread recipe that is also Vegan, Gluten-free, and Dairy-free.
What Are Keto Bread Rolls?
Keto Bread Rolls are small bite-sized rolls made with low-carb flour that taste just like classic bread but without the carbs.
While a traditional bread roll made with wheat flour contains more than 15 grams of net carbs per serving these keto bread rolls have only 4.7 grams.
As a result, they are suitable for a keto diet.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
These low-carb bread rolls taste just like classic rolls but they are also:
- Keto-Friendly (4.7g of Net Carbs)
- Not Fathead Dough!
How To Make Keto Bread Rolls
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 and an eggy flavor to bread and I simply don’t like it. That’s why I make all my keto bread egg-free.
Avoiding eggs in keto bread makes it more similar to traditional bread.
It tastes closer to real bread without the carbs. So these simple keto bread rolls are made of:
- Almond Flour – or almond meal as you like, both work. I prefer ultra-fine almond flour as it’s what gives the best texture. Some almond meals can make bread a bit gritty. Almond Flour is a low-carb flour.
- Coconut Flour – Coconut flour is a healthy flour that brings a lot of fiber and nutrients and adds a delicious taste to keto recipes.
- Psyllium husk – I am using whole psyllium husk, it’s what adds a chewy/bready texture to low-carb bread. It contains mostly fiber so there add very few carbs to the recipe. Don’t use Metamucil fiber supplements though, it’s not the same product as whole psyllium husk fiber. Metamucil is a husk powder that is loaded with additives, only about 50% of it is psyllium husk. It can even turn food dry, purple, or blue.
- Apple Cider Vinegar – as there’s no gluten in this recipe, the combination of vinegar and baking powder gives a little raise to these keto bread rolls.
- Baking Powder or baking soda – use half if you swap for baking soda.
- Sea Salt – Salt is optional but I love to add a bit of salt to my bread. You can also add a touch of garlic powder.
- Olive Oil or vegetable oil you like. I prefer using extra virgin olive oil. You can use melted butter if you prefer.
- Water – use hot water, not boiling, think bath temperature.
- Sesame Seeds – or poppy seeds to decorate the top of the bread rolls.
Serving Keto Rolls
There are plenty of options to enjoy the keto bread rolls as part of your keto diet.
I will share below all my favorite ways to enjoy these simple keto bread rolls.
- Breakfast: simply cut them halfway and spread some fresh salty butter, and peanut butter, and add some homemade chia seed jam or fresh keto fruits. Delicious! My tip: toast them for extra crispiness, especially a few days later as they get softer. If you love eggs, you cook an egg or just egg whites in a pan and add it to the sliced buns.
- Dinner: as a side to your favorite curry or to enjoy some creamy cheese like Camembert or a slice of Mozzarella Cheese. Both are keto-friendly cheese options. You can also use cream cheese in the buns.
- Lunch: these are perfect to make small sandwiches or even burgers. They are delicious when filled with fresh avocado, mayonnaise, and any meat or roasted vegetables.
Storing Keto Rolls
These best keto dinner rolls don’t contain 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 and prevents the bread from hardening. You can also place the towels in an airtight container. They will get softer within days but you can simply cut them halfway and toast them before eating to add a little crispiness. Otherwise, return to the hot oven for 5-8 minutes at 375°F (180°C) if you really want the bread crust to be extra crispy. I don’t recommend storing them in the fridge as these low moisture bread rolls would absorb a low of humidity and become a bit soggy.
- 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 minute on high. I recommend freezing them in zip-lock bags to prevent the bread texture from changing.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, it’s absolutely possible to make dairy-free and egg-free rolls. My recipe is delicious and tastes like real bread, not like eggs or cheese.
No, you can do this recipe just by combining the flours in a mixing bowl.
Yes, you can, but powder being denser than whole husk, you have to use less of it.
Oat flour would work in this recipe, but it would not be keto-friendly anymore.
No, flaxseed meal wouldn’t work in this recipe.
Yes, with only 10 grams of net carbs per 100 grams, it’s one of the most
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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!
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