Keto Almond Flax Bread

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  • prep time

    prep time

    10 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    25 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    35 min

Keto Almond Flax Bread

40 ratings

Raise your hand if you miss sandwiches! This almond flax bread checks off all of the boxes: flavorful, soft, and chewy! This is made in a 5x7” glass dish, but you could also double this recipe and putting it in a square dish if you want the bread to have a little more height. This bread is seasoned with garlic powder and oregano, but feel free to experiment with more flavors! It would be excellent topped with sesame seeds.

  • Net Carbs

    2.1 g

  • Fiber

    4.9 g

  • Total Carbs

    7 g

  • Protein

    7.2 g

  • Fats

    20.8 g

230 cals

Keto Almond Flax Bread

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  • Salted Butter

    Salted Butter

    3 tbsp

  • Olive Oil

    Olive Oil

    1 tablespoon

  • Almond Flour Finely Sifted by Blue Diamond

    Almond Flour Finely Sifted by Blue Diamond

    1 cup

  • Golden Flax Meal by Namaste Foods

    Golden Flax Meal by Namaste Foods

    4 tbsp

  • Salt


    ⅛ teaspoon

  • Garlic Powder

    Garlic Powder

    ¼ tsp

  • Spices Oregano Dried

    Spices Oregano Dried

    ¼ tsp, leaves

  • Nugrains Oat Fiber by Nu Naturals

    Nugrains Oat Fiber by Nu Naturals

    1 tablespoon

  • Egg


    2 large

  • Baking Soda

    Baking Soda

    ¼ tsp

  • Baking Powder

    Baking Powder

    ½ tsp

  • Water


    2 teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 4

35 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Melt butter in a small bowl and mix olive oil in.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    In a bowl, mix almond meal, flax meal, oat fiber, salt, garlic powder, oregano, baking soda, and baking powder. Add the eggs to the bowl and mix with a fork. Add in the water and mix until well combined.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Pour batter out in a 5”x7” parchment covered glass dish. Sprinkle with dried oregano. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until the crust is firm and slightly browned.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Allow to fully cool before removing from the dish and slicing. Enjoy!
    Step 4

Comments 28

  • Reverseprediabetesmaybe

    Reverseprediabetesmaybe 2 years ago

    Used chia seeds instead of oat fiber for a more "multi-grain" taste and feel. Also added 1 tbsp parmesean cheese. It didn't rise all that well and is about 1.5 inches high like the picture so tough to make a sandwich or anything. But I'll tell ya the texture is superb! Nice and moist, grain-like, and slightly crunchy edges. It doesn't taste of overbearing eggs either like the other recipes on here do. It's an Italian herb grain appeal and I dig it.

    • FavorableCauliflower726434

      FavorableCauliflower726434 8 months ago

      I cut mine in half then other direction to make it sandwich size!

  • UpbeatArugula923935

    UpbeatArugula923935 3 years ago

    Could anyone tell me the weight of the full bread!!

    • Erica

      Erica 3 years ago

      Loved it! Prefer this recipe than other bread recipes suggested in this app so far! Substituted oat fiber with psyllium husk and did not add water based on comments from this group. Consistency was therefore perfect! Will make again! Oh and sprinkled on top onion salt. Yum!

      • Emma

        Emma 3 years ago

        Found the texture a little slimy not sure if its the oil or flax or a combo of each! Think I'll play around the recipe to suit my taste, but nice other wise, had it toasted with grated mozzarella 🙂

        • Char50

          Char50 3 years ago

          Very satisfying. TY

          • Mary Walters

            Mary Walters 3 years ago

            I don't have oat fiber, what can I sub with?

            • Louislxxi

              Louislxxi 4 years ago

              I love this bread. I switched out the oregano for rosemary. Delicious.

              • L’amour

                L’amour 4 years ago

                Its not clear in the recipe if step two is adding the ingredients to the butter oil mix or if not, then when do you add the butter oil mix?

                • Beth572

                  Beth572 4 years ago

                  I added hemp fiber and substituted onion powder for garlic powder, and I accidentally used 4 tablespoons butter. It is superb!

                  • Beth572

                    Beth572 4 years ago

                    Can I use a sprayed muffin tin?

                    • Laurel

                      Laurel 4 years ago

                      Delicious! I sprinkled Everything But Bagel on top. Nice light texture. I used 1tsp of Xanthum gum and 1tsp of psyllium in place of oat fiber.

                      • Fuerza

                        Fuerza 4 years ago

                        Excelente ❤️

                        • Rose

                          Rose 4 years ago

                          How much is one serve in weight

                          • MCBRITT

                            MCBRITT 4 years ago

                            YUM! This could easily be made into a pizza crust. Bake first, then bake again with toppings. I subbed the oat fiber with xathum gum, 1.25 tsp.

                            • Miranda Phoenix

                              Miranda Phoenix 4 years ago

                              OH MY GOD!!! I can’t believe how delicious this bread turned out. I didn’t have oat fiber so I used “Pamela’s Not Xanthum Not Guar” baking binder. Also didn’t have baking soda so I doubled the baking powder. With about 4 minutes left of baking, I sprinkled sesame seeds all over it. Holy crap... it’s fluffy, hearty, and infused with butter flavor. The problem is going to be not eating the entire thing.

                              • BlithesomeKetone801291

                                BlithesomeKetone801291 3 years ago

                                Mine is not fliffy at all but the taste is so good. I’ll try it again like you next time.

                            • Kathy Caughill

                              Kathy Caughill 4 years ago

                              Best bread ever. I added some crusted fennel seed to the recipe. It freezes great.

                              • loriaragon4jesus

                                loriaragon4jesus 4 years ago

                                Delicious!!! How should this be stored? Does it also freeze well?

                                • Kanya

                                  Kanya 4 years ago

                                  Can I substitute psyllium husk powder for the oat fiber?

                                  • Lorin

                                    Lorin 4 years ago

                                    Excellent bread like texture and delicious flavor. I mixed all the dry ingredients together in a medium bowl, whisking until evenly distributed. In a small bowl, I mixed all wet, whisking to blend. I added the wet into the dry by making a well in the center and folded until fully incorporated. The method worked very well. I sub’d Chia for the oat, and added oregano, half the garlic, and my own sage mixture. It was superb and savory- not quite enough salt, tho, so a bit more next time. I’m grateful for this recipe - it’s a treat, and a great way for us to add fiber to our Keto lifestyle. Well done!!

                                    • onrenovsb0ef

                                      onrenovsb0ef 5 years ago

                                      Love it!! Very good bread!

                                      • Suzanne

                                        Suzanne 5 years ago

                                        Very good bread! Ate it with cheese. :)

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Anonymous 5 years ago

                                          When do you mix in the butter and olive oil please answe quickly as I am making this now

                                          • Gynd

                                            Gynd 5 years ago

                                            Very good and easy to make!

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Anonymous 5 years ago

                                              Just made this absolutely delicious !!!!

                                              • Kellie

                                                Kellie 5 years ago

                                                So good! Omitted the oat fiber because I couldn’t find it. I used a standard loaf pan which fit 1 1/2 recipes. Baked for 20 mins.

                                                • Samira

                                                  Samira 5 years ago

                                                  I just made this, it turned out perfect.