Peanut Butter Bread (Keto, Gluten-Free)
Peanut butter bread is a healthy moist keto bread perfect for breakfast toast or afternoon tea with only 5 grams net carb per slice.
Plus, it is gluten-free and dairy-free. This healthy peanut butter bread is a dream. My two favorite things come together into the most delicious comforting keto bread.
Is Peanut Butter Keto?
Yes, you can safely eat peanuts or peanut butter on a keto diet while staying in ketosis.
Note that 100 grams of peanuts contain 16 grams of carbs but 9 grams of fiber.
It means that you get only 7 grams of net carbs per 100 grams of peanuts.
Also, you never go more than 30 grams of peanut butter at once, so you will barely get 2 grams of net carbs per serving!
Obviously, you must use peanut butter with no added sugar to keep it in the safe range, and don’t overdo it.
But overall, you can definitely have a slice of this bread to fix any sweet bread cravings safely.
What Is Keto Peanut Butter Bread?
A keto peanut butter bread is a simple sweet bread recipe made with peanut butter, keto flour, and eggs.
It has a soft fluffy bread texture delicious for breakfast toast with sugar-free strawberry jam or on its own.
How To Make Peanut Butter Bread
More than keto bread, this is a healthy peanut butter bread made only with wholesome ingredients.
Indeed, this bread contains lots of plant-based fiber and protein.
Let’s see what you need to make this.
- Peanut butter – make sure fresh, runny peanut butter that has no oil or sugar added in the peanut butter.
- Eggs – this adds the fluffy texture to the bread, and because the recipe use only 2 eggs, it has no eggy flavor at all.
- Almond flour – I used fine almond flour which gives the best result. Almond meal works but makes the bread heavier and denser.
- Psyllium husk – I used the whole husk. It is my secret ingredient to this soft bread texture. Don’t use Metamucil fiber supplements in my recipes. This is not the same product as whole psyllium husk fiber. Metamucil is a husk powder that is not suitable for baking keto bread. It will turn food dry, purple, or blue.
- Baking powder, or you can use half the amount of baking soda.
- Unsweetened almond milk – I am using Almond breeze as always because it has no aftertaste in my recipes and contains barely a few carbs, and no added sugar.
- Vanilla – optional but always delicious with it! Use vanilla seeds if you cant find a sugar-free vanilla extract.
- Apple cider vinegar or lemon juice, you need this to activate the baking powder as the recipe is gluten-free.
Serving Peanut Butter Bread?
This is a delicious sweet bread for breakfast toast. First, I recommend spreading sugar-free chia seed am on top or simply butter. Also, you can toast the slices to add a little crispiness!
Finally, you can serve this bread as a breakfast bread. One slice with a cup of my bulletproof coffee for breakfast is delicious to start the day.
More Sweet Keto Bread Recipes
I have got so many keto bread recipes for you to try. Have a look at those other sweet bread; if you crave a sweet bread on your keto diet, you deserve it!
I hope you enjoyed this healthy peanut butter bread recipe. If so, share your picture with me on Instagram! I love to connect with you and see your creations from your kitchen.
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