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Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread {2 net carbs per slice}

Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto BreadJust because you are living a heathy low carb and/or keto lifestyle it doesn’t mean that you can’t have a fluffy, bread like addition to your diet. Served warm out of the oven, sliced cold or toasted, no matter how you choose to enjoy it, my Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread will be a staple in your keto/Low-carb kitchen.

I especially love it toasted, slathered in butter and dipped in golden runny egg yolk.

My mouth is watering.

Yours too??

Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread

I will admit, that I do have regrets to creating this recipe. Not that it’s not amazing but perhaps it’s a little too amazing.

So amazing that it’s very easy to over eat…..

Like I seriously just ate 1/4 of the loaf with a stick of butter – this is NOT a joke.

But with just 2 net carbs per slice (or in this case 8 net carbs for 1/4 of the loaf 😛 )you can indulge without the guilt!

Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread

I already know that many of you will complain that this recipe contains unique ingredients, which you don’t already have in your party and you may not find at your corner grocery store. Find the Top 10 Best Bread Loaf Slicers in 2019 Reviews.

Unfortunately, I didn’t create this recipe with convenience in mind, I created it to be nutrient dense! Packed with fiber, prebiotics and resistant starch, all of which are compliments your low carb and/or keto diet.

Tigernut Flour  A tigernut isn’t a nut, as the name might imply. It is a small root vegetable that grows in Northern Africa and the Mediterranean. Tigernut flour is naturally gluten free and Paleo. And it offers those allergic to nuts an option for adding protein when baking and cooking, making this recipe healthier for more people!

High in fiber, iron, potassium, protein, magnesium, zinc and vitamins E and C, tiger nuts were the primary food of our ancient ancestors who lived in East Africa between 2.4 million and 1.4 million years ago, according to a 2014 Oxford University study. One ounce of these crunchy root vegetables contains 40 percent of the recommended daily fiber intake.

Tigernuts contain natural sugar, healthy fats and have a high level of resistant starch, which reaches the colon intact. Resistant starch promotes prebiotic growth and supports a healthy immune and digestive track. It can also lower blood glucose levels and improves insulin sensitivity.

Psylium Husk Powder – Psyllium husk is an edible soluble fiber and prebiotic. It’s often referred to as a bulking fiber because once it is ingested, it expands, forming a gel-like mass by drawing water in from the colon. It then promotes easy, healthy elimination by sweeping waste out of the colon more quickly and efficiently. In addition, psyllium husk is known to have positive effects on heart health and cholesterol levels. Studies have also shown that psyllium is safe, well-tolerated and improves glycemic control for people with diabetes.

Macadamia Nut Butter  While theoretically other nut butters would work in this recipe, I encourage you to seek out macadamia nut butter for it’s fat content and flavor.

Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread

Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread

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Servings: 12 slices

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • 5x9 bread pan in oven with ghee. Heat until melted, remove from oven.
  • In a food processor or blender, combine eggs, macadamia nut butter, tigernut flour, monk fruit and psyllium powder until smooth.
  • Add everything bagel seasoning, pulse to combine.
  • Pour batter into bread pan (with melted ghee)
  • Top with additional Everything Bagel Seasoning. .
  • Bake at 350 for 50 minutes, will be golden brown with crunchy/crispy edges.
  • Remove from oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes before removing from pan and transferring to a cooling rack.

Nutrition

Calories: 156kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 108mg | Sodium: 430mg | Potassium: 51mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 50IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 1.1mg
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Everything Bagel Low-Carb Keto Bread

 

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  7. My loaf is currently in the oven and I question, what will make it rise? I followed the recipe to a Tee… at the worst, I will have breadsticks haha. Kinda expensive to make an error though…. maybe next time I will add Apple Cider Vinegar and a pinch of baking soda or just baking powder.

  8. 5 stars
    Hi Hayley, I read through the comments and saw you recommended almond butter in place of macadamia nut butter. I can’t get my hands on Mac butter right now so what do you think about cashew butter as a suitable substitute since it is similar in looks and texture to the macadamia butter? I know you didn’t test it that way but I just wanted your opinion since you are such an experience bread maker/baker. I have almond butter too but it is raw and really thin and runny so I’m not sure it would work. The eggs we buy are organic pastured and in this area are $9/dozen and the nut butters are expensive so I really want to make the right choices for a good sub here if possible. Thanks in advance!

    1. Cashews are high in carbs so that would be my first factor to take into account…. in theory it should work.

  9. Hi Hayley,

    Finally figured out the problem with the color and it turns out not all psyllium powder are made equally. The brand I used is what caused the dark color. Just wanted to pass this on to you.

  10. 5 stars
    I just stumbled across your blog and am loving your recipes! Does this flour measure the same as almond flour or more like coconut flour?

    1. I’m not sure if I understand your question… can you be more specific? Are you asking if it’s fluffy or dense?

  11. 4 stars
    I am extremely allergic to EGGS (as well as almonds and flax). Will a CHIA Seed egg work. Usually, 1 or 2 eggs replaced with Chia Eggs work OK, but 3+ eggs and it gets dodgy in recipes. The same with Bob’s Red Mill Vegan Egg Replacer. The other ingredients are not a problem as I regularly use TigerNut flour, Cassava flour, Coconut Flour, and until allergies, Almond flour.

  12. I’m wondering if the Resistant Starch in Tiger nuts works the same as the Resistant Starch in Potatoes. I Saw in a Article that the Resistant Starch in potatoes only works, when the potatoe is eaten Cold or before the Potato flour is baked in the oven. So, in another words, when potato or the potato flour is heated the Resistant Starch no longer works to keep blood sugars down. And if that is true for the Resistant Starch in Potatoes, why would that be true for Tiger nuts or any other vegetable or flours that have Resistant Starch. Perhaps this needs to be experimented a bit further, especially for those who are Diabetic or are on a Ketogentic diet. I could see where baking or heating might cause problem’s rather than being a help to lowing or keeping ones blood sugars where it needs to be.

    1. It is different. Tigernuts are naturally resistant, where as potatoes, rice, etc Can be made resistant by heating (cooking) and cooling.

  13. Hi there, is there a good substitute you recommend for the macadamia butter? I am in Canada and the only ones on Amazon are small jar from the UK. It would make the bread over $20/loaf! I see you said any nut butter but as I’ve only ever had peanut butter I am unsure how others will taste in the recipe.

    Thanks!

  14. Oh Hayley,
    I made this today and I used the same ingredients you used, taste fairly well like a bagel but my bread is a lot darker in color than what yours looks like. Have any idea why? Also my texture looks a little different also.
    I will enjoy anyways cause this is the best tasting thing I have made that comes close to some form of bread!
    Thanks,
    Doug

    1. Darker interior or exterior? Did you make any modifications to the recipe, the photo is of the recipe as written.

      1. No modifications at all and both exterior and interior are darker. One thing I noticed I should have left it in the oven a little longer which would be the difference in texture.

        1. That also would have darkened it. The ingredients (as listed) none are dark, can you send me a photo?

    1. The sodium is exclusively from sea salt, nutritional information are ESTIMATES only since it utilizes a homemade sea salt containing blend. With a little math you can calcuate it more accurately IF sodium is a concern – which to be honest for 99% of the population when consuming naturally occurring sea salts there is no need to monitor it’s consumption.

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