90 Second Microwavable Low Carb Keto Bread

The best soft and fluffy low-carb Keto bread made with almond flour in the microwave in just 90 seconds. It’s great for sandwiches, grilled cheese, with butter and much more! 
90 Second Microwavable Low Carb Keto BreadIf you’re on a low-carb, paleo or keto diet then you’re going to fall in love with this keto bread recipe. It’s so soft, fluffy and delicious, you’ll find it hard to believe that it’s actually keto. It’s all made in the microwave in just 90 seconds!

This bread is perfect for the mornings when you need a slice of bread to serve with your egg and bacon, for a breakfast or lunch sandwich, or for making grilled cheese. It’s perfectly soft and holds up great, especially when toasted.

For the bowl, I like to use a large ramekin or any small microwave-safe bowl. If you’re making grilled cheese, a small square sandwich size container works great. 90 Second Microwavable Low Carb Keto Bread

To Make Microwave Keto Bread, You will Need:

1 egg

1 Tablespoon butter or oil

3 Tablespoons Almond Flour

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

To make, simply combine all the ingredients in a small bowl and pour into a greased microwave-safe bowl or ramekin. Microwave for 90 seconds. Flip out of the ramekin and slice in half.

To Toast, butter a pan or skillet over medium heat and toast the bread until golden and crispy. Alternatively, toast in a toaster.

Watch The Video on How To Make 90 Second Keto Bread:


90 Second Microwavable Low Carb Keto Bread

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90 Second Low Carb Keto Bread

Soft and Fluffy low carb keto bread made in the microwave in just 90 seconds. Use coconut or almond flour, butter or oil! 

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 2 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 220 kcal

Ingredients

  • 3 tablespoons almond flour or 1 tablespoon coconut flour
  • 1 tablespoon butter or oil
  • 1 medium/large egg
  • 1/2 teaspoon double acting baking powder

Instructions

  1. Melt butter in a microwave-safe bowl or ramekin. Add the almond flour, egg and baking powder to the butter. Beat with a fork until completely mix.

  2. Microwave for about 90 seconds, until firm. Run a knife along the edge and flip over a plate to release. Slice in half, then toast in the toaster or in a skillet. 

  3. To Bake: Pre-heat oven to 375F. Bake in a ramekin for 10-12 minutes or until cooked through. 

Recipe Notes

To Bake in Oven: Use a ramekin and bake at 375 for 10 minutes

Nutrition Facts
90 Second Low Carb Keto Bread
Amount Per Serving (1 bread)
Calories 220 Calories from Fat 189
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 21g 32%
Saturated Fat 7g 35%
Cholesterol 33mg 11%
Sodium 101mg 4%
Total Carbohydrates 4g 1%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Protein 4g 8%
Vitamin A 7%
Calcium 4.4%
Iron 4.4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

90 Second Microwavable Low Carb Keto Bread

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    Comments

    John

    Absolutely awful. Not bread like at all in texture or taste, JUST tastes of egg. You’d be better off making a pancake or omelette.

    Barbara Paul

    Great, just have to try it.

    Mike

    This was really good. Any idea if it will keep in the fridge or on ice for a few days? I’m going camping and I want to be able to take some with me.

    Donna Sullivan

    Love the recipe! Confused about THe carb content. When I add it up I get 7. 6 front the almond flour one from The egg??

    Angela

    Just made this and it was great! Perfect for a BLT. Yum!

    MRs pena

    A perfect bread SUBSTITUTE and great for breakfast SANDWICHES.

    Judi Hull

    I haven’t tried the recipe yet, but I have a question. Would I be able to substitute Coconut or cassava flour for the almond flour? the last time I ate almonds I though I would die from the pain in my gut, so i’m trying to avoid that again. Would I use the same 1:1 ratio?

      Steven Hart

      It says to use 1 tbsp of coconut flour instead if 3 tbsp’s almond flour

    Glynis

    And what’s with the weird intermittent CAPS lock on the comments box?

    Glynis

    Me again. I’ve used this recipe dozens of TIMES with varying results. I wonder if it’s because you are using volumes (tbspn, tspn) instead of weights (grams/ozs). Did you realise that a metric tbspn is different to an imperial tbspb?
    Also I’m wondering if you read any of our feedback because you haven’t replied to Anything. Am I wasting my time ASKING questions?

    Mo

    That tastes so good. I put a bit of xanthan gum in mine Because I always do in my baking. Thank you

    Kristina

    I waited awhile to try this, certain it would be blah but decided to give it a go. I did add a pinch of salt and I used Brummel and brown butter, made with yogurt, as it lowered the fat and calories. toasted and spread some sugar free strawberry preserves. really good! texture took a bit to get used to but so excited to be able to eat bread! not on keto but recently diagnosed as diabetic so bread is a nono bc of all the carbs.

    Cynthia Boggs

    This is totally my fault for not reading through the whole post first but I just thought i’d mention that you didn’t say anything about an egg in the first part of the post where you list the ingredients. I know it’s listed in the actual printable reicpe, but of course I was so excited, I didn’t read that far down.

    Terrance

    I originally tried this recipe using baking soda vs powder, huge MISTAKE. It made the bread extremely bitter and DISSATISFYING. I was convinced it wasn’t great at all, until I went grocery SHOPPING, and bought baking poweder and GAVE it a second try. Man, I’m glad I did! It was delicious!

    Daniela a.

    Not a fan of this recipe. It had a metalic like taste. I followed it exact. I was really Excited to maKe it toO. Disappointed to say the least.

    mICHAEL mCgHIE

    I’m on a Keto diet i ENTERED THIS FANTASTIC RECIPE FOR KETO BREAD INTO MYFITNESSPAL APP AND IT GIVES ME 302 CALORIES PER SERVING AND YOUR RECIPE INDICATES THAT IT’S 220 CALORIES. CAN YOU LET ME KNOW IF THIS IS CORRECT OR IF MYFITNESSPAL IS GOING BONKERS.

      Michael McGhie

      SORRY FOR CAPS

      Angela

      Why are you counting calories? you don’t do that on keto

        Carol

        Yes you do when calculating all macros.

    A Fan

    Wow. This is easy to do. No more Missing Bread. Toasted with sliced avocado, Tomato and cheese Makes a Tasty Easy Lunch
    Or Fill With LeftoVer Salad and If YoU’re Meat Eater, Add Either Sliced Meat, ChickeN Having This Bread As a Regular Sandwich Has Kept Me on The ‘Straight And Narrow’ IT’s Satisfying. Prefer It toasted.Thank You,Gimme Delicious!

    Janice Laird

    I used your rescipie, added a 1/4 tsp if cinnamon, sprinkled on some keto trail mix and added sugar free maple syrup. Best pancake ever 😍

      Layla

      Yum, a sweet version sounds delicious!

    ANITA

    dELICIOUS – THIS RECIPE IS A KEEPER. MOIST YET WITH GOOD STRUCTURE. tOASTED WELL AND VERY QUICK TO MAKE. i MADE IT WITH ALMOND FLOUR AND ADDED A PINCH OF SALT. WILL BE A STAPLE IN MY DIET. THANK YOU!

    Barb

    THANK YOU!!! i have been a bread & sandwich fiend forever. I have been on Keto, just starting my week 8 and missing bread terribly. I put off making this for a couple of weeks thinking it would be crap. OMG, so good. Strange coming out of the microwave, so soft, but out of the toaster, so good. Will be making a few ahead to do for lunches.

    doNELDA maCasKILL

    I add 1 TSP everything bagel spice AND 1/2 TSP BASIL . I MAKE IT IN MY SOUP MUG, WHEN IT’S COOKED I SLICE IT IN HALF AND PUT IT IN THE TOASTER AND PUT NON SWEETENED APPLESAUCE ON IT . lOVE IT .

      doNELDA maCasKILL

      SORRY about the caps, I couldn’t get it to post in small letters 🙁

    Tina Pukini

    This is good! It’s nice to be able to have bread without the guilt.

    Chantel

    Do you have any suggestionS on what to substitute for the egg(allergy)?

      Layla

      Are you using this recipe for a keto diet? I haven’t tried this bread without eggs because most keto recipes consist of eggs but I would suggest trying it out with a flax egg and see how that works out.

    Dominick Mirra

    Whoever thought of this recipe should be given an Academy Award for food!! Fantastic so happy I could have bread

      Layla

      Thanks for the glowing review and 5 stars! So glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

    Holly

    Made it, toasted it, was soo good. Will make again

    Maggie Sengele

    Love it! I use 2 TBSp ALMONd flour and 1 tbsp coconut flour and a tsp of melted butter. Perfect.

      Maggie Sengele

      When I was trying this it showed all caps. So now it looks like I can’t write. Lol.

      Effie

      I is that all that you put in it?

    Alan

    1st attempt and as good as the instructions.. perfect, had mine toasted with a typical British covering of marmite. Very tasty and look forward to experimenting.

    Ana

    Followed this to the t and came out well! Lught and fluffy. Will be a staple from now on..thank you for posting.

    Jan

    So, 5 stars For me. Loved It. The only thing I did different was use bicarb soda and I used 6 tbsp of almond meal. It toasted awesome on pan with mozzarella. Love THIS!!!!

    Misty A

    Made this with coconut flour, it was very dry not enough moisture. It was inedible. Thumbs down!

      Patricia R.

      the recipe calls for almond flour, not coconut flour. What did you expect??? Idiots that can’t follow a recipe don’t have the right to comment. But the caps lock thing on comments is weird.

    Cherry

    Didn’t work. 🙁

    Ashley

    I Would caution everyone to calculate your own nutrition values. Made by recipe, with bob’s red mill alMond flour, this is 7 net carbs for me. Luckily it’s breakfast so it hasn’T screwed up my keto today.

    First keto bread recipe i have tried, it’s pretty good. Just ate it toasted with butter.

    Glynis Cole

    Hi. Could you Please provide macros per 100 grams, instead of Percentage per “Daily allowance” so that I can add it to my diet PLANNER software. Thank you.

    Brandi

    Thank you for such a quick, keto alternative for bread! Loved it.

    Brenda Hansel

    Can this recipe be frozen, and stored in air tight container?

    Margie

    I tried it with coconut flour and it turned out FINE.Wondered if I could add asmidge of salt or some herbs for a bit more flavor.

      Jason

      I made it this morning with about 2 tsp of grated PARMESAN, a pinch of herbs d’provence, and a dash of fresh ground black pepper and it was fantastic.

    Julia

    Love love love! This recipe is way better than another one I tried using that called for peanut butter. This will become a staple. Thank you! 🙂

    Rosalind

    I just tried this with almond flour. Not bad. I ate half with my breakfast. Will save the other for lunch. Not a bad bread to go with an egg and turkey bavon. Would be good with jam too.

    Carly

    It’s very strange to me, I followed the recipe exactly, using coconut flour and there was an incredibly bitter flavor to the bread. Not sure why. The bread also took on a funny color. I’m perplexed as to why…

      Susan

      maybe your coconut flour was rancid? My only thought about this.

      Glynis Cole

      I’ve been told that baking powders containing aluminium (?) can cause THis.

        BranDy

        I buy organic non aluminium baking powder.

      Meg

      The leavening does that. Try using 50/50 baking soda to baking powder. I do that now with all keto baking and works and tastes better.