This recipe was inspired by the Keto King’s recipe. If you want to see nutritional specs, video details, etc. head on over to his channel to watch the video. I have changed the ingredients a bit, but it works just as wonderfully. This probably means that there’s quite a bit of wiggle room if you wanted to experiment further. I was able to find everything except for the oat fibre at my local bulk barn. Oat fibre is available online.
This is a very convenient way to make keto bread, and it comes out soft and oh so good!
Anyhow, without further ado, here’s the recipe. All ingredients are to be poured right into the breadmachine’s removable bowl in the sequence in which I give them here.
1 c water (lukewarm)
2 eggs (lightly beaten)
2/3 c oat fibre
1 1/2 c wheat gluten
1 tsp salt
2-3 Tbsp Stevia
1/2 tsp xanthan gum
2 Tbsp butter (chopped up and at room temp.)
Make a small well in the middle of the mix for these 2 ingredients
1 tsp honey
1 Tbsp breadmachine yeast
Place the tray securely in the breadmachine. Make sure it’s locked in place. Close the lid. Plug in the machine. Set program at Basic P (medium) setting. The machine will now start making the bread. It’ll be ready in 3 hours.
The machine will beep repeatedly to let you know it’s ready. You may unplug the machine once it’s ready and let it cool as it is, or remove it from the machine. BE VERY CAREFUL when removing the tray from the machine, it’s extremely hot. Use oven gloves, and hold the handle so it doesn’t block the bread from sliding out. Don’t forget to remove the blade from the bottom of the bread. Cover with a dishcloth until cool, slice and either freeze or refrigerate in order to consume gradually through the week.
I personally much prefer this to the buns, but I think I’ll still resort to buns when in a rush. For bun recipes check my keto bun recipes below.