Keto breads and pastries

How to make coconut flour bread?

Photo of coconut bread slices

How to make coconut flour bread with eggs that doesn’t taste eggy? Here is a recipe for delicious, nutritious, keto bread that will satisfy your taste buds!

Photo of coconut bread freshly baked

Is it possible and how to make coconut flour bread?

That was a quest I gave to myself when started with keto journey. Especially because of my toddler who really likes to eat bread for breakfast. He eats bread in all possible combinations – with sweet fruit spreads, lard, butter, or with bacon and pork rinds.

So it was very important to make some bread that could work with all his ideas and also be suitable for sandwiches. So, I tried different recipes I could find, but usually bread would be “too eggy”, too moist or too dry… And finally, after many trials, I found so great formula, and I will share it with you! And what is the best – it contains less than 1 g net carbs per slice!

Yes, this bread has only 1 g of NET Carbs per slice! You can dip this bread into the runny egg yolk or make a French toast. French toast with delicious low carb strawberry jam or sugar free blueberry jam is fantastic.

Great keto bread for dipping!

When you make some keto soup and you like to have a bread with your soup, it will be good for that too. Here are some of my low carb soups you might try!

Chicken curry soup

Savoy cabbage soup

Vegetable beef soup

Here is the list of ingredients you will need for this soft and delicious keto coconut bread

Coconut flour 50 g/8 TBS/1.8 oz

Softened or melted butter 100 g/3.5 oz
Cottage cheese 100 g/3.5 oz
6 M eggs
7 g baking powder
1 pinch salt

How to make keto coconut bread?

Preheat the oven to 180° C (350° F) with vent.

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl or a food processor until well combined.

The mixture has to be runny.

Pour mixture into a loaf pan covered with the parchment paper.

Picture of coconut bread mixture

Bake for 15 – 20 minutes on 180°C (350° F) with vent.

Check with a toothpick to ensure that the bread is done and take the bread out from the pan. This is important step because if you leave it in the pan it can become flat.
Enjoy!

Picture of coconut bread slices

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Coconut flour bread

Print Recipe
Serves: 20 Cooking Time: 35 minutes

Ingredients

  • 50 g/8 TBS/1.8 oz / Coconut flour
  • 100 g/3.5 oz Softened or melted butter
  • 100 g/3.5 oz cottage cheese
  • 6 M eggs
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 pinch salt

Instructions

1

Preheat oven to 180° C (350° F) with vent.

2

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl or a food processor until combined.

3

The mixture has to be liquid.

4

Pour mixture into a loaf pan covered with the parchment paper.

5

Bake for 15 - 20 minutes on 180°C/350 F with vent.

6

Check with a toothpick to ensure that the bread is done.

7

Remove the bread from the pan.

8

Enjoy!

Notes

Less than 1 g net carbs per slice! Whole loaf has: Calories 1383 kcal/5786 kJ; Fat 119.31 g, NET carbs 16.53 g, Fibers 20 g, Proteins 54.79 g, Salt 2 g

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Maryann Hartman
    September 2, 2019 at 1:51 pm

    Can you use ricotta cheese instead of cottage cheese in this recipe?

    • Reply
      Family On Keto
      September 2, 2019 at 8:58 pm

      Hi Maryann, I think you can. Maybe it will be a little bit more moist with ricotta but it could be fine.

  • Reply
    Debbie
    August 25, 2018 at 2:45 pm

    What size loaf pan did you use?

    • Reply
      Family On Keto
      August 29, 2018 at 7:22 am

      Hi Debbie, I am sorry for late reply! I was on vacation without all of my devices, in the nature with my children. So, please excuse me 🙂 I was using big bread pan of 27 cm, cc 11 inch. But you can use small one- eg. 8 inch because this mixture is for small coconut bread. And one more tip – put only a little pinch of salt- it’s so easy to make it too salty! Enjoy this nice bread and let me know how it worked for you! 💕

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