I love this quick Keto bread because it is very fast to make, and it is not bad as far as taste goes. My first attempt was okay. It’s cooked in the microwave, so blah… but then you must toast it and add butter. In fact, when you mix this recipe up, add some poppy seeds, any other Keto-friendly item, it’s pretty good.
Find the full recipe just about anywhere online. That’s right, I’m not even sure whose recipe this is because it is EVERYWHERE. Eating on a dime is the place I first discovered this recipe, so that is the one I will link to. It’s not my recipe, but you can see the easy mixing directions at the link.
If you have ever tried to come up with a replacement for real, normal bread, you will quickly realize there is no substitute. All Keto, and gluten-free bread is simply not bread as we know it, in my opinion. But, this little batch of very quick bread / muffin will fill the gap. It’s not bad.
The recipe at the site I found says to make it in one dish and bake in the microwave for 90 seconds. I made mine in two little ramekins and baked each one for 45 seconds. I slice one of them in half and toast to eat with my breakfast. The other I save in the fridge for the following day.
Above is one of my favorite breakfast omelets. I first sauté spinach in butter and remove from the pan (this would work with kale, peppers, onions, etc.) and remove it once cooked.
Then I break one (or two) egg(s) into the pan and scramble a bit to make a flat layer. Then I sprinkle with crumbled goat cheese (or any cheese) and top with the spinach. Fold over the ends of the egg to make a “roll” and flip to finish heating.
For the quick Keto bread you will need almond flour (which is the only ingredient you may not have), 1 egg, butter, baking powder, and a pinch of salt. You will need a dish to bake it in, and a microwave. See the link above for directions and amounts.
If I am craving bread or toast, I have a good substitute. There are other Keto breads I plan to try as soon as I have all the ingredients.