Easy Keto 90 Second Bread recipe for a perfect low carb bread solution that doesn’t taste eggy and only has 5 ingredients. Low carb, keto, gluten free
Summer is still in full swing and I’m enjoying every minute of it. Well except for those minutes that were 116 degrees. That was a little rough. My garden agrees! But let’s get to this recipe because it’s a goodie and a staple in any keto or low carbers arsenal.
With that, meet the Keto bread of your dreams.
This low carb keto 90 second bread couldn’t be easier or quicker to make and does not have an eggy taste at all. I have used it to make all kinds of things including sandwiches, hamburger buns, mini pizzas, pancakes and even dessert versions like chocolate cake!
I’m always shocked at how quickly this comes together and how great it tastes.
Keto 90 Second Bread Flavor Suggestions
Here are some of my favorite things to create different flavors:
parmesan, any kind of cheese really
chopped up olives
or for a sweet version: cacao, whipped cream or a sugar free sweetener
I’ve even made an ice cream birthday “cake” out of it by making the recipe bigger.
Use 90 second bread to make a Hamburger with the best no bun hamburger or use it to make a breakfast sandwich or a mini pizza.
90 Second Bread
- 5 tbsp almond flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tbsp sour cream or heavy cream
- 1 egg
- Seasonings of choice I used rosemary
- 1 tbsp butter
Put butter in mug and microwave for 30 seconds or until melted.
Take out and mix in almond flour, baking powder, egg, sour cream and seasonings. Microwave for 90 seconds. Bread should be falling off sides of mug.
Turn over and take out then slice in half or thirds (I prefer thirds).
Toast on pan in butter.
When you pull this out of the mug, it will be relatively tall, so you can either cut it in half or cut it in thirds. I like to cut it in thirds because it is relatively dense and very filling. Usually I will then make another one and save both thirds for later or I will just use the third I cut off one to make a mini pizza or something.
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