Keto Almond Bread Recipe

Keto Almond Bread Recipe

August 9, 2019 1 By William Morgan


Have you been looking at almond flour bread
recipes, and you just wondered which one to
make?
Well, today, Sarah and I are going to show
you how we make our almond bread!
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Welcome to our kitchen today, friends!
Today on Kitchen Time with Dad, Sarah and
I have something we want to show you.
What are we going to show our friends today,
Sarah?
Almond bread….Almond bread!
If you’re looking for a grain free bread,
and you just aren’t sure what to use, we have
an almond flour bread recipe that we enjoy.
And we’ve got all of our ingredients to show
you this.
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you.
Sarah, let’s tell our friends about the ingredients
that we have today, that we need.
We have two different kinds of flour, the
first one is….Almond flour.
And we have 1 and 2/3 cups almond flour.
We also have…coconut flour.
And we have 1/3 cup of that.
Then for our other dry ingredients, we have
some baking powder….1 teaspoon of that,
right.
We also have xanthan gum.
And we have 1/2 teaspoon of that.
We have 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and that wraps
up our dry ingredients.
For our wet ingredients today, we have some
eggs.
How many eggs does this recipe call for Sarah?
7…7 eggs.
1/2 cup of butter, which is 1 stick, we’ve
already melted it, and some coconut oil.
And it is 2 tablespoons of the coconut oil.
So we’ll mix all of this together, we’ll bake
it and we’ll show you our process.
And that it’s a great bread you can enjoy.
So the first thing that we’ll do today is
we will take our small bowl and we’ll mix
our wet ingredients into that.
So Sarah, let’s go ahead and cracking our
eggs!
So we’ve taken our 7 eggs and cracked them
into the bowl.
Go ahead, Sarah, and take our butter, 1/2
cup butter, and dump that in.
There we go and we’ll get the rest out with
a spatula here.
And then go ahead and grab that coconut oil.
And the same thing there.
And Sarah’s got a whisk, she’s going to go
ahead and whisk that up, break up all the
egg yolks, so that’s all taken care of…and
get them all broken up.
We’ve got the wet ingredients, pretty much
mixed up together, and now we’ll go ahead
and take our dry ingredients.
We’ve got to set that aside, and we’ve got
another bowl.
So go ahead Sarah, and dump in the almond
flour.
Now this is almond flour we made at home.
You can use store bought, you can use blanched.
Our’s is just unblanched almonds that we made
into our own almond flour or almond meal.
It works great this way.
Go ahead and take our coconut flour then,
Sarah.
Dump that right into that.
So we have the almond flour and the coconut
flour, and we need to add the other dry ingredients.
So Sarah that is the baking powder, go ahead
and put that in there.
And then we’ve got the xanthan gum you grabbed,
and we’ll put that right in there.
And then we’ve got the sea salt.
And we’ve got all of the dry ingredients in
there.
We’ve mixed them up and then we’ll combine
those with the wet ingredients so we can finish
this bread.
So we’ve mixed all of our wet ingredients
and our dry ingredients together, and Sarah
has gone ahead and wiped all of that coconut
oil all over the inside of the bread pan.
We will go ahead and pour that right into
the bread pan, then, and…a…then we will
put it in the oven, and we bake it.
We have preheated the oven to 350 degrees,
and we will bake the bread for about 45 minutes.
You may want to check on that 10 minutes before
that time, a, just depending on your oven,
your altitude, everything seems to be a little
bit different.
So we’ve got all of our dough into the bread
pan, and we’ll throw it into the oven for
about 45 minutes.
We’re back and our bread has baked for about
45 minutes.
We’ve checked it with a toothpick.
If you think the top is getting too dark you
can tent it, by putting some tin foil over
the top of it, sometime in the middle of it’s
baking.
We don’t do that, we like the bread the darker
color that it comes out as.
But our timer is just about up!
We’ve got 13 seconds left on that.
But it’s definitely plenty good.
We’ve stuck a toothpick in there, we know
that it’s, a, plenty cooked inside.
You can also take a thermometer if you’d like
to do that.
So, Sarah, let’s go ahead and take the bread
out!
There we go.
And there we go, right on the baking rack.
We’ve got our bread here, you do want to let
it cool a little bit before you take it out
of the pan, just so you don’t have any issues.
A…we did grease the pan pretty heavy, though,
so that should help.
We’ll let it cool and take it out, and come
back and show you our bread!
So our bread has cooled and it’s time to take
it out of the pan, so that we can cut it up
and eat it.
So…a…get it going here.
Right out.
There it is.
And…a…actually it’s still warm.
It’s cool enough to come out.
You can see it actually came out real nice.
Go ahead Sarah, let’s cut a little piece!
And you can see the steam coming out of that!
A…looks great on the inside!
That is almond bread!
It’s got a nutty flavor to it!
If you are looking for a low carb bread that
you can eat, go ahead and try our almond bread!
Thanks for joining us today on Kitchen Time
With Dad!
Tell us in the comments below your favorite
way of eating almond bread.
Do you like it toasted?
Do you make it into sandwiches?
What do you enjoy?
We’re so glad you could join us today!
Come next week as we’ll show you our banana
bread recipe that we enjoy as a family!
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See you next time!
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