This Keto French Baguette recipe is a thin crusty keto French bread 100 % egg-free and dairy-free and a real bread flavor.
Plus, this easy keto bread recipe is also egg-free, grain-free, and keto paleo-approved, with only 2.8 grams of net carbs per slice.
How To Make Keto French Baguettes
Keto Baguettes are a low-carb French Bread recipe for breakfast.
It’s a crusty breadstick with yeasty bread crumbs and only 2.8 grams of net carbs.
Keep reading to learn how to make a keto baguette in your own kitchen with only simple ingredients.
Ingredients for keto baguette
All you need to make these egg-free keto bread recipes are a few simple ingredients. First, you need a combination of keto flours to mimic a real French artisan baguette’s texture.
No flour substitution is allowed in this recipe, or the result wouldn’t be good!
Then, a touch of dried yeast for flavor, and finally some olive oil adds a delicious earthy flavor to the bread.
- Almond flour – you need ultra-fine almond flour for this recipe. It means ultra-fine golden almond flour, not a thick almond meal, or the bread dough won’t come together and be very wet. For more on keto flours, please read about my favorite keto-friendly flours.
- Coconut flour – you can’t swap coconut flour with more almond flour.
- Flaxseed meal – this refers to finely ground flaxseed, preferably golden flaxseed, to avoid a fishy hearty smell often present in brown flaxseeds.
- Dried yeast – this won’t raise the bread, but it adds a delicious yeasty flavor similar to French sourdough bread. Note that yeast can’t raise keto gluten-free bread very much.
- Inulin – this is the best sugar-free yeast activator. Otherwise, you can use maple syrup. Since the yeast feed on maple syrup, there is no sugar left in the recipe at the end.
- Olive oil
- Apple cider vinegar or lemon juice.
- Lukewarm water – at 98F/37C, think bath temperature. Don’t use boiling water, or the bread dough will be overly elastic.
First, prepare the yeast mixture. Whisk together the dried active yeast with lukewarm water and inulin or maple syrup. Set aside for 10 minutes.
In another large mixing bowl, combine the keto flours. It’s essential to whisk the flours evenly, so the fibers are well distributed in the bowl.
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This prevents the psyllium husk from forming lumps when in contact with liquids in the next steps.
Form the baguette dough
Pour the yeast mixture and olive oil, and apple cider vinegar onto the bowl with the keto flours. First, stir with a wooden spoon or silicone spatula.
Then, lightly oil your hands and knead the dough for at least 1 minute to give the fiber time to soak the liquid.
Slightly rub the surface of the dough ball with olive oil. Cover the bowl with a clean towel and set it aside for 30 minutes.
Divide dough into baguettes
Now, split the dough into 2 equal portions and roll each portion into an 8-inch/20 cm cylinder.
Place each cylinder onto a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and form cuts on top of the cylinder using a sharp knife.
Baking the baguette
Bake the bread in an oven preheated at 350°F for about 40-50 minutes or until crusty and golden brown on the outside.
Tips for making egg-free keto bread
This is an egg-free keto bread recipe, which means that you must measure your ingredient with precision to achieve a bread that is not wet in the center. My top keto baking tip to make keto bread without eggs or cheese is to use:
- Ground psyllium husk – don’t use whole husk, or the bread turns wet inside and often changes into blue, purple color. My favorite brand is Now food psyllium husk powder.
- Scoop and sweep method – this is how you should measure all the ingredients in this recipe to avoid adding too much flour. Scoop the flour from the bag, slightly pack and sweep any extra to level the measuring cup perfectly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I add an egg to this recipe?
No, you can’t remove the psyllium husk to add eggs or egg whites in this recipe.
It won’t work well, and you will lose the chewy crumb texture of this delicious French keto bread recipe.
How many servings per low-carb baguette?
If you want to integrate this keto baguette recipe as part of your keto meal plan, note that each 8-inch keto baguette serves 6 slices.
One slice weighs about 45 grams/ 1.6 oz and provides 2.8 grams of net carbs.
How to eat keto baguette?
You can use this keto vegan baguette bread to make sandwiches. Add butter, ham cheese, and keto vegetables for a fulfilling keto sandwich.
Another option is to use this bread to make keto garlic bread. Add garlic butter on top of the bread. Finally, if you are a sweet tooth like me, use this bread for breakfast.
Spread keto chia seed jam, almond butter, or butter on top of your slice for a delicious sweet keto breakfast. Note that you can toast the bread slices to boost the crispy texture of your bread.
More Egg-Free Keto Bread Recipes
We love creating keto bread recipes that are dairy-free with no eggy taste.
My keto bread recipes are always balanced to avoid an eggy flavor, and some below are another great one for you to try!
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