An easy keto French toast recipe to start the day with something sweet and bready and only 2.8 grams of net carbs per serving! Discover the endless varieties of keto French toast flavors and textures you can make!
Of course, you can’t have white bread on a keto diet but it doesn’t mean that you have to give up on French toast! Not at all.
This keto French toast recipe is made of keto bread, eggs, milk, vanilla, and sugar-free keto sweetener. It’s sweet, custardy on the inside with a buttery, crispy golden coating.
It brings you all the comfort, taste, and texture you expect from a French toast recipe, without the carbs.
It’s effortless to make keto French toasts. Let me share the simple steps to follow to make low-carb French toasts at home. First, pick your favorite keto bread!
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I tested all the keto bread possible, and I think the best taste and texture are achieved with one of these two bread recipes:
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The first step to making this delicious keto breakfast is to pick your favorite keto low-carb bread.
Of course, you can buy some store-bought keto bread to make this recipe, but below I listed the best keto bread recipes to make keto French toasts at home.
All these bread recipes are gluten-free, and some are also egg-free and vegan.
Keto bread loaves are a bit more time consuming to prepare. However, they are great to meal prep your week of keto meals.
You can freeze the extra slices and use them later as a keto sandwich for lunch or toast for breakfast scrambled eggs for example.
Next, beat together the four ingredients below into a shallow dish.
Depending on what you want to make, regular French toasts or low carb keto French toast sticks. You have to cut the bread differently. For slices, cut the bread into 3/4″ to 1″. For sticks, then cut each slice into long sticks.
Next, dip the bread slices or bread sticks into the egg mixture on both sides evenly. Finally, cook the bread on a non-stick skillet, lightly greased with butter or coconut oil. Cool over medium heat until browned on both sides.
You can serve your French toasts plain or with some of the keto toppings below:
Yes, you can use my keto vegan bread recipe and use the vegan egg-free dipping mixture below. Then, dip and cook the French toasts following the original keto recipe below.
One slice of keto egg loaf makes 3 toast sticks and serves one breakfast.
The total carb for 3 keto French toast sticks or 1 whole slice of keto egg loaf French-toasted is 4.5 grams, including 1.7 grams of fiber.
So, this keto French toast recipe brings you only 2.8 grams of net carbs per breakfast!
First, blend the ingredients below in a blender in order to create an egg-free keto vegan dip for your bread.
Now, transfer the custard into a shallow bowl and use this as a vegan egg mixture to dip and cook 2 slices of keto vegan bread. Follow the original recipe to bake and serve your vegan keto French toasts.
If you are looking for something different to start the day, with no fried eggs and sweet flavors, I listed my favorite keto sweet breakfast below:
Made these egg loaf French toast keto recipe yet? Share a comment with me to tell me which bread recipe you used and if you liked it!
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