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If you love bread but are following a Keto diet, you are going to go crazy for this 90 Second Keto Bread. In literally just seconds, you will have amazing bread that is keto friendly to make sandwiches, keto toast and more!

Keto bread sliced and topped with butter on a plate
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The low carb Keto diet is getting rave reviews but many people are missing bread. This low net carbs bread has amazing texture and actually taste amazing. You can even add in different spices or fresh herbs to change the flavor.

This keto bread is the perfect solution while still sticking to the keto diet. It has become one of my favorite Easy Keto Recipe. You will love how simple it is, takes very little time to prepare and satisfies that craving for bread.

Serve this bread with one of these 35 Best Keto Crockpot Recipes or Keto Beef Recipes for a complete meal idea.

What is Keto Bread?

It is a 90-second bread with almond flour and carbs free. Yes! You can enjoy bread while following a Keto lifestyle. This is one of the hardest aspects of the Keto diet for many giving up bread.

Not only can you enjoy this easy keto bread now but it can be ready in 90 seconds! It couldn’t get any easier or more delicious! This recipe is easy to follow and takes very little work.

You can have fresh keto bread in just seconds. Enjoy this bread alone or with your favorite keto recipe or make them into a breakfast sandwich!


Egg, Salt, melted butter, baking powder and almond flour
  • Almond Flour – We like Bob’s Red Mill but any works great. You can also use coconut flour.
  • Large Egg – If you are out, check out The Best Egg Substitutes
  • Butter, melted – Coconut oil can be used for a delicious substitution

Scroll to the bottom for the full recipe and ingredients in the recipe card.

Variations Ideas

  • Add in 1 to 2 tablespoons of shredded cheese
  • Add ½ teaspoon of garlic for different tastes
  • Use olive oil and seasonings to brush the bread with
  • Spread with peanut butter after toasted
  • Melt butter and spread on toast.
  • Make different sizes

How to Make 90 Second Keto Bread

Mix the almond flour, egg, baking powder, and melted butter in a bowl

Step 1 – Put the almond flour, baking powder, egg and melted butter in a microwave safe bowl (Our container measures 4 inches wide at the bottom)

Combine the ingredients together in a bowl

Step 2 – Use a fork, or a small whisk to whisk it together in small bowl.

Baked bread in a bowl

Step 3 – Place in the microwave for 90 seconds. Remove from microwave and allow to cool slightly.

Sliced round bread on a cutting board

Step 4 – Then slice the bread in half. You can eat it just like this. Or for even more flavor, fry the bread (both sides) in a tablespoon of butter in a skillet.

Recipe Tips

  • Cooking Time – Cooking time will vary depending on your microwave and the dish that you use. Watch closely so the bread does not burn.
  • Combining Ingredients – Mix the ingredients together completely with a fork.
Keto bread sliced on a cutting board topped with butter

Best Container for Microwave Bread

I used one of these Anchor 2 cup microwave safe bowls to make the keto mug bread recipe in the microwave. You can even use a coffee mug if you have one that is deep enough.

The round shape is perfect for breakfast style sandwiches. If you prefer a square shape for grilled cheese and such, try using a square ramekin.

Serving Suggestions

If you are following the Keto Diet, you have to get creative to still enjoy your favorite French Toast Recipe or English Muffin. This 90-second keto bread really helps me to enjoy my avocado toast in the morning or other bread recipes.

This keto bread is even delicious with a cream cheese spread after putting in the toaster.

Keto bread sliced on a cutting board topped with butter

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Make Microwave Keto Bread in the Oven

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place the dough in oven safe loaf pan with parchment paper in the oven. Bake for 8-10 minutes or until cooked through. Cooking time will vary.

What if it is too Salty?

If you are finding your 90 second bread is too salty, then please decrease the salt. When I make this bread I like to use unsalted butter.

More Easy Keto Friendly Recipes

If you make this 90 Second Keto Bread Recipe, make sure to leave us a comment or a star review. We love to hear from you.

90 Second Keto Bread

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You’re going to love this 90 second bread recipe that is Keto friendly. In just seconds, make 90 second keto bread recipe for sandwiches, toast and more. 
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 2 minutes
Servings 2
Cuisine American
Course Appetizer, Breakfast
Calories 142


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  • pour all the ingredients in a microwave safe bowl (mine measures 4 inches wide at the bottom).
  • Use a fork, or a small whisk to whisk it together.
  • Place in the microwave for 90 seconds.
  • Remove from microwave and allow to cool slightly.
  • Then cut in half.
  • You can eat it just like this. Or for even more flavor, fry the bread (both sides) in a tablespoon of butter in a skillet.
  • Then use it to enjoy some of your favorite recipes.

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Recipe Notes

You can add in 1 to 2 tablespoons of shredded cheese, or a ½ teaspoon of garlic for different tastes.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 142kcal, Carbohydrates 3g, Protein 5g, Fat 13g, Saturated Fat 5g, Trans Fat 1g, Cholesterol 97mg, Sodium 478mg, Potassium 32mg, Fiber 1g, Sugar 1g, Vitamin A 294IU, Calcium 95mg, Iron 1mg

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  1. Carrie Barnard says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Anna says:

    5 stars
    Have made this with all kind of flour and it works. Bake it in the oven for golden brown. 15 minutes at 400 in convection oven. Great for sandwiches and a roll for dinner. Hubs gets fresh roll each day.

  3. Carrie Barnard says:

    So glad you enjoy it – Thank you for sharing!

  4. Claire Watkins says:

    5 stars
    My diabetic spouse and my keto friends love these. Added cheese and bacon bits or just toast for peanut butter!

  5. Carrie Barnard says:

    oh no! Try tapping the container on the countertop a few times to remove any air bubbles from the mixture before cooking it in the microwave.

  6. RJ says:

    I was out of almond flour and used Bob’s Red Mill paleo flour instead. Outstanding recipe, thank you!

  7. Susan Newton says:

    Just made this for breakfast. Last time I used a mug, this time a 4” across dish. Next time I’ll use an even larger dish.
    Very good; crumbly but tasty. I have only eaten it after toasting. It was a nice “bread” to go with an egg.

  8. Catherine says:

    Hi! This is a fabulous recipe. I make it multiple times a week. My favorite way to use it is to slice it thin and dry fry or toast it to make canopies. I have a small issue that I hope you can help with. I always have a misshapen loaf caused by bubbles. I have tried multiple strategies and always have bubbles. Any ideas how to fix this so my loaf is symmetrical?

  9. Carrie Barnard says:

    I haven’t tested that yet but I think it would work great. Let me know if you try it out. Thanks!

  10. Carrie Barnard says:

    Sorry but I haven’t tested this recipe in the oven yet so I’m not sure how long it would take. If you try it out, let me know how it works. Thanks!

  11. Gerri says:

    I made some with egg replacement and the taste was good but they didn’t puff up like when you cook it with a regular egg.
    I’m so glad I found your recipe because I had been wanting bread and couldn’t eat it. This really fill that gap!!Thank you so much.

  12. Ju says:

    5 stars
    Nice and sold bread. Super easy to make. I used salted butter and didn’t add salt.It tasted great! Thank you very much for such wonderful recipe!

  13. Sébastien says:

    wow ,that bread fill my no longer hungry.even better if you toast it after you just made it,it will toast just simply amaze. thank you ,this will change my keto journey big time.

  14. Donna Town says:

    Looks good

  15. MYP says:

    I made the 90 second keto bread.
    This came out great!
    Added chia seeds & chopped walnuts. Cut back on salt. Microwaved for 2 minutes (low watt micro)
    Dipped in egg wash (egg, soy milk, cinnamon, nutmeg) for French toast.
    Pretty darn tasty!

    Thank you! I’ll be making this often!

  16. FC Farwell says:

    5 stars
    It’s very good. I thought no way, but it came out just right. Next time I’m going to try with oat flower.

  17. David B says:

    5 stars
    I appreciate this recipe. I have been purchasing retail keto bread for the last couple of years. The place where I was buying this stopped carrying it, and I was uncertain what to do.
    I tried a couple of substitutes and recipes, and this is the best so far. The other benefit is that it’s quick, and I don’t have to stock a bunch of bread in the refrigerator.
    The resulting product is satisfying but a little too salty. I’m trying various amounts of salt, and I may eliminate it altogether.

  18. Rosa Anchondo says:

    5 stars
    Good, easy recipe! Thank for sharing

  19. Lori says:

    5 stars
    Great recipe! Simple, quick and delicious. I use it to make avocado toast.

  20. Karyn says:

    I’m allergic to almonds. Can I use hazelnut flour instead of almond flour?

  21. Douglas says:

    I left out the salt except what the butter had as I find most of these to salty for my taste. Very good and easy to make. I am going to up the recipe and try for a mini loaf next.

  22. Alice says:

    5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! Rightout of the microwave, this has the feel, texture ,and taste of a pop over almost. I had no problem with salt because I just didn’t add salt and used salted butter.

    I’m on keto and had a craving for a tuna melt and this worked perfectly! Now I’m thinking of other ways I can use this delicious find. Maybe I’ll have a peanut butter sandwich for an afternoon snack ?

  23. Franc says:

    That looks gooood ! I’m not a cook. But i eat healthy. Simple things. I don’t have a microwave. Any idea as to doing it in oven ? ( which i NEVER use ). I would make some kind of bread size. So i guess multiply the quantities by 7 or 8 ? But how long in oven, at what temperature ? Thanks,
    Bon appetit !

  24. Carrie Barnard says:

    I love that idea.

  25. Scott H says:

    5 stars
    This is great. I am going to use these for hamburger Buns. Something I really miss on this Keto Diet.

  26. Bambi says:

    4 stars
    Great texture. I wish I had read the comments prior to making as like everyone else, this is way too salty and I love salt! It was so salty that I struggled to finish it as I hate wasting food. Highly recommend not adding the salt or adding less. Next time I will omit the salt entirely. Great recipe otherwise.

  27. Carrie Barnard says:

    You can try baking it.

  28. Liz says:

    Is there a way to make this without microwaving? I am not a fan of microwaving food.

  29. Carrie Barnard says:

    No just a microwave safe bowl will work.

  30. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes you can freeze it. You can freeze it for up to 3 months. Or it will stay fresh up to 5 days in your refrigerator. Thank you

  31. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes you can

  32. Trina says:

    Can you toast this in a toaster after cutting in half?

  33. Betty says:

    Can i make ahead and freeze or keep refrigerated? If so, how long is it good for?
    Thank you

  34. Enrico says:

    5 stars
    I thought this recipe was easy and tasty, especially since you’re trying to not have bread, but I also tried something else everyone should know, I put a little butter on one and some real maple syrup And it tasted just like a pancake delicious So this is perfect if you have a little sweet tooth.

  35. Erica Lancaster says:

    5 stars
    Works every time and easy to mix with like playing around with other protein flours or seed flours !!

  36. Megan says:

    Does a glass bowl have to be used? I don’t have any and the closest thing I have to that size/ shape is a plastic bowl.

  37. Mary says:

    Hey looking forward to trying 90 sec bread. It says it makes 2 servings. So just one half of the bread is represented in the nutrition section? Or is it for the full recipe?

  38. Anna says:

    5 stars
    Love this! I omit the salt completely. I love salt, but with various spreads & cheeses, salt is just too much. I also subbed 1/2 T olive oil for the butter – and it works great : )

  39. Lori Varano says:

    5 stars
    Love this. I added a Tbsp of flax seed,a tbsp of chia seeds and a tbsp of hemp heart to this and it i s great. Definitely helps when you are missing bread on keto

  40. Joan H says:

    5 stars
    Accidentally used coconut flour (brand Elan). Made sure I nicely flattened it at the top and stopped it from puffing up in the middle while cooking in the microwave. Then I toasted it and it was one of best, easiest and closest to bread I tasted in all my keto years. Just added a pinch of salt. Even 1/8 of tea spoon in the almond flour recipe was too salty for me. Great recipe !

  41. Joan J. says:

    5 stars
    Accidentally used coconut flour (brand Elan). Made sure I nicely flattened it at the top and stopped it from puffing up in the middle. Then toasted it Wa one of best, easiest and closest to bread I tasted in all my keto years. Just added a pinch of salt. Even 1/8 of tea spoon in almond flour recipe was too salty for me.

  42. Katrina says:

    5 stars
    OMG. Thank you for saving me from breaking my diet by going back to Bread. In heaven now I have found your recipe. Tastes great, quick and easy to make. No now I can go to work with a full stomach with out guilt or cares ?.

  43. Jessica Rose says:

    5 stars
    Easy and delicious. Tried it different ways but I prefer it as is and with unsalted butter. I sliced in thirds, toasted in the toaster and made a delicious bacon, avocado and tomato sandwich paired with a mug of soup. Fantastic!

  44. Joyce says:

    5 stars
    I tried this recipe almost a year ago after “discovering” it here, and man, oh man, I have to say that I really, REALLY like it!!
    I’m not fan of traditional breads for whatever reason–just don’t much enjoy yeast-raised products, I guess—but I sure do like this. I never make more than one because I don’t want to get tired of eating it/them, but if I do want more, it’s so easy to whip up another one. I especially like eating it split, toasted, and then one fried egg on top of each half. YUM!!

  45. Anna says:

    5 stars
    Amazing! Thank you!!!

  46. Donna says:

    5 stars
    The best quick bread I’ve ever had I did go a little too far with the salt bc I make an egg and cheese breakfast!

  47. Ellen says:

    5 stars
    Easy and tasty. We don’t have a microwave so it’s 10-minute bread for me. I use a “muffin top” pan and divide the batter between 2.

  48. Karen says:

    5 stars
    This was very tasty. I added 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon and 2 teaspoons of allulose. I left out the salt. Fried the slices in a little butter and topped with keto maple syrup. Totally satisfied my French toast craving! I’m going to try a savory version of cheesy garlic bread. Thanks!

  49. Sandra says:

    5 stars
    I just finished eating this as a sandwich. This was very yummy, no “eggy” taste at all. Only change I’ll have to make is not to use any additional salt.
    What I did was nuke one egg ( poking the yolk first) & nuked that for 42 seconds in a slightly buttered dish the same size as the bowl for the bread.
    I did have to nuke the bread for more than 90 seconds as the microwave is only 1,000 watts. The bread didn’t appear to be quite done was the other reason for adding to the cook time.
    Thank You for posting this. It’s a winner. Can’t wait to try other foods with this. One of them will be a Keto “Sloppy Joe” mix.


  50. nicole says:

    5 stars
    Deicious, fast, easy, able to be modified with fun flavors, I LOVED IT!


    5 stars
    Great recipe! Breakfast sandwiches?

  52. Kate says:

    5 stars
    I love this recipe. It’s a daily breakfast staple. I eliminate the salt, add a tbsp of grated parmesan, and a couple tbsps of cream cheese and cook it about 10-12 seconds longer (I have a 1000 watt microwave). The cream cheese makes it a little smoother and I like the flavor of the additions. I often eat it with a little fresh spaghetti sauce, salsa or pico on top. It’s my favorite!

  53. Maureen says:

    5 stars
    Trying to cut carbs so used this recipe to replace garlic toast. After cutting in half , I toasted with butter and garlic salt in an airfryer. I then added mozzarella cheese and put back in the airfryer to melt and brown the cheese. Will definitely be making this again

  54. Sylvia says:

    5 stars
    Really good recipe! ?? I omitted the salt because I hardly use it.
    Question regarding the nutritional info on this. It says 2 servings and 142 calories. Is that for the whole piece or 142 cals for half? Thanks a bunch

  55. Alison says:

    5 stars
    Made this bread and I love it! I toast it in toaster and use as an English muffin with cream cheese and veg on ut and it’s delicious

  56. Linda R. George says:

    5 stars
    I have been using this recipe for years. Never found one I like better. Sometimes I do add some flax seed to it to add some fiber.

  57. Teresa Hiatt says:

    5 stars
    Tasted like a pancake to us, but tasty. I apparently do not have the right size glass dish to make this in, yet we enjoyed it – did your suggestion to fry in skillet a tax with butter. Your photo looks like perfectly formed english muffins, no way did ours look this way. I’d suggest to most people to use a less salt!

  58. LaRue says:

    5 stars
    For got to mark the stars!!!

  59. LaRue says:

    The Best Keto Biscuit I have had! I need to remember to cut back on the salt since I use salted butter. The first time I had it with cheese and garlic. Tonight I wanted a fruit spread on it so I left those out. Thank You!

  60. Andrea says:

    5 stars
    This was amazing !!!! I’m new to keto cooking for my husband, and was extremely skeptical . I’ve tried a few recipes that just didn’t work out or taste that great. This was really good and so simple to make with endless possibilities. Thank you so much.

  61. Kari Sears says:

    5 stars
    Loved this recipe and it’s perfect for my husband. Thank you so much.

  62. Dawnette Johnson says:

    Can I use coconut or oat flour instead of almond flour? Since I am allergic to nuts and rice.

  63. Carrie Barnard says:

    I haven’t tried it but I would think it would work. Come back and let us know how it works.

  64. Paula Warren says:

    Can I this be made with AP flour?

  65. Ginna says:

    5 stars
    I love having this as an option for bread with my low carb meals. I add some fiesta blend shredded cheese and diced jalapeños and it tastes like Mexican cornbread!

  66. Carrie Barnard says:

    I love that idea!

  67. Dawn says:

    5 stars
    Oh my gosh Carrie these are so good! I made them and used them as pancakes with some peanut butter and syrup and I feel like I’m cheating! Thank you so much for this recipe I shared it on Instagram and tagged you I look forward to trying more of your keto recipes!

  68. Susan Lestuk says:

    5 stars
    Made this for my husband who is on a low carb diet. he loved it!

  69. Carrie Barnard says:

    You would want to cook it longer if you are 3x the recipe and putting it in one container.

  70. Carrie Barnard says:

    That’s so great! I’m glad you loved it.

  71. Max Rebos says:

    5 stars
    Made this your way came out great. I used a frying pan as I do not have a toaster Then made one but added 1/4 tsp Dutch Trade Speculaas spice blend from Boston Spice and wow! Also tried adding some Little Italy Italian dry spice to the butter as I melted it to start the Italian flavors flowing and that one was great too. I used 1/4 tsp kosher salt instead of table salt. Table salt will be to salty in this recipe. Clearly a winning recipe. Thank you

  72. Wendy says:


    Is the time to cook the same if you 3X the recipe? Thanks!

  73. Marilyn says:

    This is a game changer for keto diets. My husband loves do I. thank you so so much for this recipe..?

  74. Luella says:

    4 stars
    It was very good except it was too salty for my taste. Next time I’ll make it without the salt.

  75. Shelly says:

    Made this awhile ago, came out great. However, way too salty. Will add a pinch the next time I make it.

  76. Jo Givin says:

    This is a delicious alternative to bread. Very tasty toasted or used for a grilled cheese sandwich. I plan to use it for a breakfast sandwich with sausage and egg soon.

    My question is how do you store this bread? Can it be frozen? Or is it just kept at room temperature in a container? This would be helpful to know if I would choose to make multiple pieces of bread at a time.

    For this amazing recipe!

  77. Carrie Barnard says:

    We got them from Walmart.

  78. Pat Mattingly says:

    5 stars
    Just tried this and it’s just enough for 2
    We enjoyed it
    I used sr flour cause that’s what I had on hand

  79. Julie king says:

    Hi, where can I get the bowls from, thank you

  80. Janet says:

    5 stars
    I mixed the recipe ingredients then added 1/4 tsp Pasta Herb Spice Blend by the Gourmet Collection.
    Microwave for 90 sec, sliced like recommended, then toasted. Excellent!
    I’ll be making this again and again!

  81. Bettsy A says:

    4 stars
    I made it and everything was good but it’s way too salty. Will make it again omiting the salt.

  82. Beth says:

    5 stars
    I used this recipe minus the salt and added 1 1/2 tbs monkfruit sweetener, 1 tbs cocoa powder, 1 tsp vanilla extract. Made a wonderful chocolate cake!

  83. Carrie Barnard says:

    The carbs are stated at the bottom of the recipe card including all nutritional information.

  84. Connie Lee says:

    Hi there. How many carbs please?


  85. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes, bake in a 350 degree oven for 8-10 minutes.

  86. Maree Grigaitis says:

    I do not own a microwave. Is it possible to make this bread in the oven?

  87. Carrie Barnard says:

    I haven’t tried it in the oven.

  88. Kristine says:

    This was my first keto bread attempt. I followed the other comments and reduced the salt by half and replaced the butter with ghee and it was perfect. Definitely a different texture but works great as a replacement for traditional bread. I toasted in a pan used it as a base for some scrambled eggs with spinach and goat cheese with a little guacamole and salsa on top. Delicious!

  89. Carrie Barnard says:

    I do not have one, but it should work the same with regular flour.

  90. Joliene says:

    Is there a recipe like this using just regular flour?

  91. Julie says:

    Can this be cooked in an oven? Conventional, convection, toaster?

  92. Kay says:

    5 stars
    Really good, dast and easy

    It was a little too salty for me. Next time I will try 1/8 tsp & continue to reduce until I find the right amount for my taste.

    I sliced & placed mine in the toaster. Ummm, so good & toasted perfectly!

    Question: Would this be as once a day item on the KETO Menu? I’m now interested in learning the basics of a Keto lifestyle and need perspective. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  93. Faith G says:

    5 stars
    I was making this recipe for the first time today when I realized I didn’t have any baking powder, so I substituted apple cider vinegar and it turned out GREAT! Thank you for sharing this little gem.

  94. Myron says:

    4 stars
    Been eating Keto for only a couple of weeks, and for the most part I’m doing okay. Was getting tired of eggs for breakfast. Tried this recipe and am totally amazed. It toasted well and didn’t fall apart. Made a sandwich. Yummy. I miss bread. Can’t wait to try this for breakfast with peanut butter. cooked it in a round bowl and it came out like an English muffin. Loved it. Thank you.

  95. Jen S. says:

    5 stars
    The bread is great! I did have to change the salt from 1/4 tsp to a pinch. Otherwise it was awesome and just the right texture for a breakfast sandwich or anything that calls for bread.

  96. Rosemaery says:

    5 stars
    I love this recipe! It’s definitely a bit eggy. I made French toast with it the next time and it was like heaven. I’ll try grilled cheese next!

  97. Candy says:

    5 stars
    I love this recipe closest one to an English muffin that I’ve found. I add garlic salt or everything bagel seasoning to the mix.? when it’s cooked I cut it in half, smash it flatter then brown each side . Today mine has one egg, sausage and a little mustard. Yummy.

  98. Aroha says:

    Thankyou for sharing this recipe. This bread is super easy super quick and super yummy as is or fried. I sprinkled a bit of paprika on the top with a poached egg. Delicious! We are having bacon and vegetable soup tonight and we will be having this bread with it too. Yum!

  99. Vickie Davis says:

    5 stars
    This was great! Do not use salted butter

    This was all I had on hand, but it will be too salty!

    I topped mine with a poached egg and it was


  100. Sharon D says:

    Love it. Tried it this morning, simple, quick and before work fresh arvo and tomatoes sprinkled with thyme…delicious!

  101. GingerB says:

    5 stars
    WOW.. I’m not even Keto.. just gave up wheat 4 yrs ago and came across this recipe on Pinterest.. OMG I LOVED THIS RECIPE! I had an egg sandwich for the first time in 4 yrs. First off I used less salt because of the reviews and I wish I used the amount suggested. This was soooo easy to make and frying it was perfect. I will definitely make this again when craving a sandwich of any kind; Heck I may even try it as a hamburger bun as well and add some garlic or onion powder to it. Thank you!!!

  102. Alesa says:

    5 stars
    This is THE best treat! I also think it needs less salt, but this is exactly what I’ll enjoy with my herbal loose leaf tea. I’ll be following you on IG ? Wish I could share a photo!!

  103. Gail says:

    5 stars
    My 1st time it was dry, my fault, I left out the butter. I thought it was an option and since I was making garlic toast, I waited. After the butter had soaked in, it was great. I made it again this morning, much better and had it with cream cheese. I do only use a pinch of salt after reading other comments and I think it’s better that way. Thanks for the recipe!

  104. Helen says:

    Oh my goodness! This was the first time I’ve enjoyed a 90 second bread!!! It was MAGIC!

  105. Sanette van der Merwe says:

    5 stars
    Amazing, I’m going to eat this everyday, thank you.

  106. Denise tucker says:

    I have made this several times and it was good but I wanted to make it and didn’t have an egg, so I used flax seed as a egg substitute and it was great. I might start using it instead of an egg or when I run out from now on. This is the first time I have left a comment.

  107. Barbara says:

    This is a keeper. I’ve had it toasted and untoasted. Toasted is way better. Will definitely make again.

  108. Carole says:

    Lovely toasted with poached eggs on top.

  109. Toni says:

    I’ve tried this bread several times now and it is good toasted with peanut butter or as a grilled cheese sandwich. I used regular salted butter and no additional salt and decreased the baking powder to 1/8 teaspoon. I’ve used both blanched and unblanched almond flour/meal. Even my husband (who does NOT jump onto diet bandwagons) rather grudgingly admits that it is really “quite good.”

  110. Gidget says:

    5 stars
    The texture and taste came out great. If you are also low sodium, don’t miss the not about decreasing the salt (like I did hahaha). Definitely a keeper. Great size for breakfast sandwich and toasts beautifully.

  111. Elizabeth Robertson says:

    Best ever keto bread!!! Easy and very tasty! Thank you

  112. Jenn says:

    Tried this for dinner tonight, found that we liked the texture, more like an English muffin, if you let the bowl sit for 90 seconds then nuke it, it will have little air pockets! Mmmm

  113. Tony says:

    Great recipe…nutrition facts for one recipe or half(each slice). Thank you!

  114. Deb says:

    I made this as is. Good texture but very salty. I will make again but reduce the salt and maybe add some stevia for breakfast or garlic powder for a dinner roll. The spread will be great for bacon egg and cheese sandwich, grilled cheese, there anything you choose an English muffin for.

  115. Deanne says:

    5 stars
    This makes two perfect little chaffle/waffles! I liked it baked as a waffle better than cooking in the microwave! I’m thinking it would be great as a pancake mix! Yummy!
    I also added a little Splenda and cinnamon and it’s delicious! No salt.

  116. Cynthia Ortiz says:

    5 stars
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! This is the BEST Keto bread I’ve had. I’ve tried other 90-second breads and they were always very dry. This is nice and fluffy. I actually forgot it was Keto! Thank you again!

  117. Lisgirlie says:

    5 stars
    I added some garlic and parsley then cut and placed them in the toaster. It was really good!

  118. Amber says:

    5 stars
    I rarely leave comments, but this one is worth commenting on. I had tried other recipes and the results were inedible cardboard box sponge slices. This recipe actually tastes like bread, and is not overpowered by egg like the others. Tastes a bit like a whole wheat grain bread with the almond flour. Excellent! Ps I toasted mine afterwards and would highly recommend.

  119. Gayle says:

    Made it in a rectangle pan, cut in strips, dunked in eggs and milk. Made into french toast and topped with SF syrup and SF powdered sugar. Delicious!

  120. Barbara P Turner says:

    I’ve been collecting Keto recipes for about a year now, this looks easy and amazing! Gonna def try tomorrow!

  121. Joanne Bene-Vastartis says:

    5 stars
    This was so fast and easy, and delicious! I used the same pyrex bowl you did and it was the perfect size! Then I toasted it in a pan til golden and made a fried egg sandwich. I am going to prepackage the dry ingredients so I can just grab a pack and add the egg and butter. I’m finally going to have sandwiches again!

  122. Natalie Davy says:

    This is such a great recipe, sending it to my daughter who was told to go on Keto diet for health and so wanted to forward this to her, thank you so much.

  123. michelle says:

    5 stars
    This is the BEST keto bread I have ever eaten! I made it in smaller containers (approximately the size of an English muffin). After microwaving, I sliced horizontally, topped with old cheddar and pan fried both sides. A perfect foundation for a delicious keto bacon and egg sandwich! The bread was actually DRY and appears “toasted”!!! Definitely a keeper… ? THANK YOU!!!

  124. Sandy F says:

    All I can say is YUM. I added garlic powder and reduced the salt based on previous comments. I toasted it in a pan and It tasted like cornbread. I put some cheese on it and it was good!

  125. Valerie Caskanette says:

    I always find this bread reminds me of French toast. So I added a tsp of monk fruit sweetener, 1/4 tsp cinnamon and after it was cooked I fried it in butter. Yep french toast y’all…Smothered in sugar free syrup and lots of raspberries…Mmmmmm! Delish

  126. Molly says:

    5 stars
    This was very good. Will definetly be making this again.

  127. Carrie Barnard says:

    Sorry, I haven’t tested that yet so I’m not sure. I think that you would have to adjust the entire recipe as you can’t substitute coconut flour for almond flour 1:1 in recipes.

  128. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes I love toasting the bread

  129. Sheri says:

    5 stars
    I tried this recipe for the first time this morning and all three of us girls loved it! Toasting the bread made it awesome! Felt good eating something so tasty that’s low carb!

  130. Judy says:

    5 stars
    I found this recipe last night, and made it this morning. it is a keeper for sure, it was so good. made it as directed, split in half and toasted one side of each, then added shredded cheese in the middle, then toasted the other sides(as you would in making grilled cheese). so good, will be doing this again with many vaiations. thank you.

  131. Carrie Barnard says:

    Sorry, this recipe is only for the microwave. I haven’t tested in an oven so I’m not sure on the cook time.

  132. Mimi says:

    I don,t have and use a microwave. So how long and at what temperature in the Oven ?
    I am really looking forward to make this recipe.
    The reviews are very positive

  133. Darlene says:

    5 stars
    This was so easy to make and delish!! I toasted the bread and made open faced meatball sandwiches for dinner, my husband loved it. I added some onion powder and they tasted like an onion roll. I found a 4″ square glass covered dish and it was perfect. Looked like a real piece of bread. Thank you

  134. Britni says:

    5 stars
    So super easy and ingredients are super easy to get ahold of. I wanted to try this on a whim and it took no time at all. The texture and taste was surprisingly great. My picky husband could eat these without any issue (except for how salty they were, and a lot of salt doesn’t usually bother him). Only complaint is that they are SOOO SALTY. Will definitely be decreasing amount of salt in the future, but this will be my go to for quick keto bread.

  135. Anne Lemieux says:

    5 stars
    Made for the first time just now. Wow. So easy. I used bob mills gluten free flour. Turned out perfect. Toasted on iron skillet. Added bacon jam and a poached egg on top. Perfect. Thank you so much for this great recipe.

  136. Stacey Kosiek says:

    5 stars
    Delicious and quick, couldn’t be simpler

  137. patrick bradley says:

    5 stars
    excellent and easy. my kind of cooking.

  138. patrick bradley says:

    Excellent and easy to make , tastes good also..

  139. Franceen says:

    5 stars
    This makes quick yummy keto bread. What a easy way to make fresh bread….yum

  140. Selena says:

    5 stars
    This is the best tasting and easiest keto bread recipe that I’ve tried! As others mentioned, it was a little salty for me, but that’s an easy adjustment.

  141. Kimmy Taylor says:

    Can I substitute with Coconut flour? I’m allergic to nuts and can’t use almond flour. I’m excited to try this recipe!

  142. Liza Page says:

    5 stars
    Made them exactly as the recipe stated. 10 stars! The next day added rosemary and chives. Another 10 stars! Wonderful discovery and yes, definitely satisfies my bread cravings.

  143. Carmen says:

    5 stars
    Totally amazing! I’m very picky with textures. Reduced salt to 1/8 tsp, made as indicated. Toasted in pan with a little bit of unsalted butter. Had with ham, egg, and cheese. Delicious, can’t wait to try it with other toppings.

  144. NathalieN says:

    5 stars
    I did this exactly as stated – and it was WONDERFUL. I don’t like eggy taste or smell, and I almost thought I had failed as I smelled eggs when I opened the microwave. But the taste isn’t very eggy at all – in fact I couldn’t taste egg, my friend could barely taste it. WONDERFUL right out of the microwave with butter. I toasted mine in a toaster and it was still fluffy, but lovely and toasted where it was supposed to be. THANK YOU for this great recipe!

  145. Pamela Skinner says:

    5 stars
    Tried this for lunch today and I’m impressed! Followed directions and ingredients exactly and wow! I used it as a ‘bun’ for my cheeseburger, it held up perfectly with my burger, with cheddar, 2 slices of tomato, a slice of sweet .onion, grainy mustard, pickle slices, and a leaf of lettuce!

    This will keep me from craving bread for sure! Yum!

  146. TerryF says:

    5 stars
    Very good and a HUGE improvement on cloud bread which is way too eggy for me. Thank you!

  147. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing Abby!

  148. Carrie says:

    Thank you so much!

  149. Simmi Pradhan says:

    I am one of the follower of your blog and found great content on your website. Keep up the good work

  150. Abby says:

    5 stars
    These are delicious! Only thing is that they were way too salty for me like a few others posted. That won’t stop me from giving this 5 stars since it’s overall great. I just wanted something quick and easy for my tuna egg salad and this was better than keto bread substitutes I’ve spent much more time on. I’ll definitely make this again with less salt and a little garlic powder for a savory bread.

  151. Carrie says:

    Thank you Molly! I’m so glad you enjoy it 🙂

  152. Molly Sharma says:

    Love this one and share on my social wall. Thanks for sharing this

  153. Carrie says:

    So glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  154. Carrie says:

    You’re welcome! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

  155. V says:

    5 stars
    This is great! I don’t add the salt but use salted butter instead. I made this with cinnamon (For breakfast) and another with garlic (for Bacon lettuce sandwich), both were outstanding! I am not a big fan of eggs, which has made keto difficult but this really doesn’t taste like eggs to me. Toddler approved too! Thank you for sharing this recipe ??

  156. Abhay Choudhary says:

    5 stars
    The most Indian people doing the keto diet miss pieces of bread that’s why this recipe is like a blessing for them. But I think this recipe can only be taken for a change not as a regular option.

  157. Lesley says:

    Made this with LSA flour (linseed, sunflower seed and almond) in a very small rectangular casserole glass dish which gives it a lovely loaf shape – it was 100% yum! and I haven’t tried it toasted yet!
    Next comes experimenting!!!
    Thank you – first time I’ve had bread that is not like sawdust since starting keto cut it thick but could do thin too when cooled ?

  158. Carrie says:

    So glad she enjoys it! Thank you!

  159. Sharon Hawkins says:

    5 stars
    My GF daughter thanks you!!!! So good with strawberry jam!

  160. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried it yet but I think it would work. If you try it out, please let us know how it works out!

  161. Sheri says:

    Just came across this recipe.
    You think ghee would work as well as regular butter?

  162. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried that yet so I’m not sure – If you try it out, please let us know how it works!

  163. Bonnie g Molinari says:

    I was wondering if you could substitute flaxseed for the egg would it turn out the same.

  164. Carrie says:

    Carol – I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe! I haven’t tested quadrupling the recipe yet so I’m not sure if that would work or not. If you try it out, please let us know how it turns out. Thank you!

  165. Carol Mitchell says:

    5 stars
    I love this bread and I’ve shared it with all of my friends !!! My question is, can you quadruple this recipe and make it in a small glass loaf pan? If so, how would you adjust the ingredients if necessary? I am so impressed ( I just discovered you) with this bread that I am going to dive into all of your recipes for more delicious things to make !!! VERY GOOD JOB, CARRIE !!!

  166. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you!

  167. Sheri says:

    Love this! I haven’t had bread for so long, and this totally satisfied the craving. Will make again, for sure!!

  168. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing Kellie! I’m so glad you enjoy this recipe.

  169. Carrie says:

    Carolyn – I haven’t had this issue before. It does sound like it’s overcooking in that area. I agree with reducing the cook time. You can also try covering the bowl with a damp paper towel and that might help absorb the excess heat and prevent the hard spots. If you try it out, please come back and let me know how it worked! Thank you.

  170. Carolyn Y Fox says:

    Everytime I make this, one spot turns out hard and I have to cut it off. I tried using only 70 seconds and it helped a bit. Any suggestions to fix this?

  171. Kellie says:

    5 stars
    Thank you sooooo much for posting this recipe. I have celiac and having this with my breakfast a few times a week has been wonderful. It is fast, easy and very tasty. I do toast it after cooking and changed the amount of salt to a pinch….

  172. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for sharing!

  173. Denah says:

    3 weeks in and I miss bread SO much, I was on the edge of cheating. But I already enjoyed the initial water-weight loss and I’m determined. PLUS this recipe saved me. I fried it with butter after microwaving and it was SO good. Lol. I needed that. It really satisfied the craving I was feeling. Thank you! So easy and added reasonably to my carb count for the day.

  174. Lynn says:

    I miss having bread to go with my over easy eggs, so I tried this. I barely passed the salt shaker over it, so it wasn’t too salty. I recently broke both the small bowls that would have been perfect, so I used a cereal bowl and it worked fine but next time I’ll only use half of it and freeze half. I’m not a fan of the eggy taste, but it’s better than no bread to eat with my eggs! Texture was perfect. I’m thinking I’ll try a sweet version with some monk fruit or stevia and cinnamon. Thank you for this recipe. I think it will help me stick to my diet, as breakfast will be more satisfying.

  175. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for taking the time to leave a review and I hope you check out some of my other recipes and let me know what you think!

  176. Sophia says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for the recipe!! I made it with walnut flour (ran out of almond flour), it came out wonderfully soft and delicious. Made a sandwich with cheese, salami, and baby kale. Delicious!! Thanks again. Now I am curious about your other recipes>

  177. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoy it! Thank you!

  178. Cyn says:

    Almost never a breakfast without this lovely bread! My husband demands
    It. And I also love it ….. thank You so very much….

  179. Lynne says:

    4 stars
    I did not read the blog before making this so did not see the note about using just a pinch of salt. I just jumped to the recipe and made it using the ¼ teaspoon salt as instructed. That is way too much salt (a pinch would be much better). I will try this again as I like the concept.

  180. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried it but I think it might work. I would only use 1 TBSP of coconut flour and add a small amount of water to the recipe as well. Let us know how it turns out!

  181. Carrie says:

    The recipe is for 2 servings, so our nutritional information is for 1/2 of the recipe.

  182. Susie says:

    Can coconut flour be used instead?

  183. Nancy says:

    Thank you for sharing, I made this morning and it was great toasted. I entered in the ingredients into my fitness pal and came up with a much higher calorie count, 309 to be exact. Not sure if I am entering something incorrectly that you have? Butter is 100, egg- 72, almond flour-120, calorie. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks

  184. Maureen says:

    5 stars
    This was one of the easiest recipes, I have found. Not only was it quick to make but it was really good!!! Will definitely make again and again. THANK YOU SO MUCH SO SHARING!!!

  185. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried that. If you try, it, please let us know how it turns out.

  186. Ashley says:

    Has anyone tried using the flaxseed egg substitute instead of real eggs or egg substitutes? I spent 3 hours trying to make bread for my daughter this weekend and it never rose and turned out like a flat brick!

  187. Carrie says:

    Thank you so much!

  188. Kristen Gilliam-Coomber says:

    These are absolutely amazing!!!! I am a pastry chef and the ideology of microwaving a baked good let alone bread substitute makes me cringe. The quality of this bun in terms of crumb texture, moisture and flavour blows my mind. I added some fresh, chopped basil, parsley, garlic, olive oil and parmesan cheese and used it as a mini pizza base. I also made one with half the salt, added 2 tsp. swerve ‘0 calorie’ sweetener, cinnamon, 1 tbsp. chopped pecans and topped with Swerve icing sugar glace, omg it tasted in between a coffee cake and muffin. These were all for my diabetic husband I am a high carb, low fat girl but this actually had me thinking I wish I wasn’t, honestly an amazing recipe!!!!! I am testing another version of this recipe to make a chocolate cake, using some coconut flour and cocoa powder, coconut oil and sugar free chocolate chips. The possibilities with this recipe is endless;)

  189. Brenda says:

    Made this today it was easy pest but a little dry, I use olive oil not butter.
    Must be a way to make it moist. Came out just like the picture, but smelt like egg I will try it again but less egg or more almond flour to one egg.

  190. Carrie says:

    Sounds delicious – Thanks for sharing!

  191. Jennifer says:

    Agreed on salt..reduced. But if you’re hydrating a lot on keto, it suggests that you do add salt to your foods so it wasn’t an extreme reduction.
    I added the 1 tbl butter to the mixture before microwaving. Nice butter taste.
    Consistency when it came out of the bowl was spongey. Didn’t like it, so I fried it in a pan with more butter and a smidge of olive oil. It browned it and dried it out to a more crispy, crunchy “bread”.
    I love avocado and since keto recommends it as a healthy source of fat, I spread it over the bread.
    Result was that I honestly felt like I was cheating on my keto carb plan.

    Meaning, it was stinking delicious.

    Easy, no guilt and this will be a nice addition to my meal plans.

  192. CC says:

    I doubled everything (except only used 1 egg), spread+ in a 5 x 7 casserole dish (you might have to microwave 30-60+ sec. longer); then toasted in the toaster oven, and finally melted a little mayo and cheese on top — YUM! Can also add garlic, minced onions, etc. for different flavors before microwaving. Now a go-to fav — thanks!!

  193. Mary says:

    Made this today. After reading some different reviews I just cut the salt to 1/8 instead of 1/4. Some have omitted….you can’t do that and expect good results in my personal opinion. I agree with another reviewer that said it was eggy like. But the taste was amazing. I cut it in half. Toasted it on stove top. Put a little butter on with some sriracha and hard cooked egg. Handed it to my husband and he ate it super fast. He liked it a lot. So now it’s in my Arsenal of recipes. Loved it. Will make again. Maybe putting herbs and other things with mix. It’s fun.

  194. Leah says:

    5 stars
    Made it in a large mug, then toasted it for a tuna salad sandwich. So good!! Can’t wait to use this for a hamburger roll!!

  195. Carrie says:

    Awesome! Let us know how they work out!

  196. Angela Ulmer says:

    5 stars
    I honestly was skeptical of this recipe,..but I can tell you I will make often. It reminds me of corn bread. I toasted it lightly in a skillet in a paper-thin slice of butter. Can’t wait to make it again!!

  197. Dex says:

    Thanks for getting back to me Carrie. I will make some more tests with other egg substitutes, once I restock.

  198. Carrie says:

    Sorry, I don’t have a recipe for this without an egg a this time.

  199. Dex says:

    4 stars
    It worked. I couldn’t believe how fast it was and how much it looked like real bread once I cut it in half. Unfortunately I didn’t like the taste and the smell much (too eggy). After the first one I thought I’d give some egg substitutes a try and they all failed miserably. Is there a way to do this without using an egg?

  200. Snaya Chandigarh says:

    5 stars
    Sooooo good! Cut the biscuit in half and added butter cinnamon and monk fruit sugar. AMAZING!!

  201. Anuviz says:

    5 stars
    I’m so glad you enjoyed it – Thank you for sharing!

  202. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it – Thank you for sharing!

  203. Kathy says:

    5 stars
    This was so easy and tasty. After reading many comments about salt, I left it out since I used salted butter. Delish!

  204. Murel Milhone says:

    Made this receipe as instructed the first time way to salty. Left out salt completely the next time still to salty. Substituted butter (that has salt in it) with olive oil. Still a little to much of a salt taste buying salt free baking soda because regular has 95mg of salt for 1/8 tsp. Going to try till I get the taste I want because the texture is perfect.

  205. Carrie says:

    Only 1 egg is needed in this recipe. The egg yolk break slightly making it look like 2 in the video but it’s just 1. Thanks!

  206. Rudy Broemer says:

    Recipe states 1 egg, clip shows adding 2 eggs. ????

  207. Carrie says:

    Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it.

  208. Angie says:

    LOVED the bread, especially with your tip of adding two tablespoons of cheese. That gave it just the kick I needed. But a quarter teaspoon salt is way way too much! An eighth of a teaspoon would be plenty.

  209. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

  210. Sam B says:

    5 stars
    Sooooo good! Cut the biscuit in half and added butter cinnamon and monk fruit sugar. AMAZING!!

  211. Carrie says:

    Great idea – thanks for sharing!

  212. Jo says:

    For anyone craving muffins, I played with the recipe a bit and came up with something that let me have my favorite – cranberry muffin – while still staying keto. I increased the almond flour to 4 tablespoons, added 1 tablespoon of monkfruit sweetener, and chopped about 1/8th cup of cranberries. Used the same method, and voila! A (large), and delicious cranberry muffin!

  213. Mary says:

    5 stars
    Thanks for this recipe. I made it as indicated with a little less salt. You say this is for 2 servings and I think you’re right. It was surprisingly very filling! Delicious; probably great with jam also.

  214. Carrie says:

    Woohoo! Thanks for sharing!

  215. Carrie says:

    Thank you!

  216. brian says:

    5 stars
    Yum !!!

  217. brian says:

    My wife hates eggs and breakfast.

    Keto just got easier.

    Delicious ,decadent with mixed berry top.

    Many thanks.

  218. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing!

  219. Carrie says:

    Thank you!

  220. happy wheels says:

    5 stars
    The information is very special, I will have to follow you, the information you bring is very real, reflecting correctly and objectively, it is very useful for society to grow together.

  221. Carolina says:

    Tried this recipe tonight to have with our burgers and it was a hit. My husband really liked it. I need to find substitutes for some of my usual carbohydrates while on keto and I am so happy to have found your recipe. It tasted great! My only adjustment to the recipe was to add less salt. So easy and yummy! Thank you!

  222. Carrie says:

    I’m glad you enjoyed it! Thank you!

  223. Tania says:

    5 stars
    Tasted great! Used it as a substitute for my English muffin egg white sandwich. I did not use salt though. Thank you for the recipe ?

  224. Carrie says:

    I’m not sure as I haven’t tried that before. If you try it, let me know if it works out. Thank you!

  225. MaggieMay says:

    Am going to try this, but I have high cholesterol. Will it work with just the egg white?

  226. Carrie says:

    I haven’t had any issues with it not being cooked long enough. Thank you!

  227. Carrie says:

    Great to hear! Thank you!

  228. Mary L Johnson says:

    Looks interesting?! Concerned about the egg in it being cooked throughly? Is that or any other health concern I should know about?? Thanks, Mary

  229. Nica says:

    This is a game changer, so easy and fast and delicious. Thank you for this, you have made Keto so much easier.

  230. Carrie says:

    Sorry, I’m not sure. I haven’t tried it that way before.

  231. Rachelle says:

    Can you make this is the oven? We don’t have a microwave.

  232. Elizabeth Lampman says:

    4 stars
    It was very easy and tasty. I had been missing fried egg and avocado toast. Would probably make this again.

  233. Carrie says:

    Glad you enjoyed it! You’re welcome!

  234. Carrie says:

    The serving size is for 1/2 of the bread. Thank you.

  235. Lesley says:

    5 stars
    Okay, I have to admit, I was little skeptical, but I am impressed! My plan was to use these as an English muffin, but since I added some cheese/garlic powder/Italian herbs to the recipe, I just put some roasted tomatoes and Candian bacon on them. I was only going to eat one and save the other half, but I went back for seconds. Even more impressive, this will be PERFECT for the RV microwave. Thank you!

  236. Laura says:

    Love the recipe. However, i’m confused on the serving size. It says 2 servings. Is the serving size for half the bread,or the whole thing?

  237. Carrie says:

    You’re welcome! I can’t wait to hear what you think! Thanks.

  238. Fitoru Keto Support says:

    5 stars
    Wow! For real!? I’ll certainly try this someday. Thank you so much for sharing!

  239. Marion says:

    This is great! I’ve gained weight since COVID kept us home, so now I’m trying to watch what I eat. Bread is a weakness. Mine was a little more dense than I expected, but still good. I made it with coconut flour and toasted it for peanut butter toast. Oh my goodness, it’s like eating a dessert. The coconut aroma is heavenly. Thanks for sharing!

  240. Brenda says:

    Fixed it tonight and loved it, I just started my diet today and I was so worried about not having bread but now I know I can do this.the bread is so very good thank you,thank you

  241. Jill Riley says:

    5 stars
    This was awesome but way too salty! Next time just a pinch of salt!

  242. Rex carter says:

    5 stars
    Super easy to make Didn’t like the eggy smell but after toasting and making my sandwich was very good! 5 stars for Quick easy and healthy

  243. lottoalotto says:

    Great to hear! Thanks for sharing!

  244. Carrie says:

    Great to hear! Thanks for sharing!

  245. Lin says:

    Just made these for my supper. Absolutely delicious and I didn’t feel guilty! Thank you.

  246. Carrie says:

    Great to hear! Thanks for sharing!

  247. Cathy says:

    WOW! Was I surprised and I am not a huge fan of almond flour. This is really good! My husband, who lives on anything with sugar and chocolate, actually liked it and finished off his half. I can’t wait to make and egg sandwich out of it in the morning. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Keep recipes like this coming!

  248. Carrie says:

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  249. Sally says:

    Thank you for this recipe!

    For those asking about baking in the oven, I used my toaster oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes and they turned out just fine.

    Because of the grainy texture, it’s difficult to say if longer or shorter is possible, but 1 minute less or more would probably be fine as well.

  250. Carrie says:

    Glad to hear and thanks for sharing your ideas!

  251. Carrie says:

    Yes, this recipe does travel well. You can toast it before hand or just heat it up in the microwave. I usually keep my leftovers in an air tight container or bag. Thanks.

  252. sarah says:

    5 stars
    does this recipe travel well/keep till lunchtime? i want to take it to work! how should i store it and how should i warm it up? should i toast it before i pack it up? thanks!

  253. Ann says:

    4 stars
    I have to admit I was a little skeptical as I am new to the whole Keto world and I don’t like nuts. So I made it this morning and it didn’t come out exactly right but it was ok. So this evening I thought I would try again. I decided to add some cheese and garlic. They came out perfect. I toasted them real crisp and made them into croutons for my salad. Loved it. Next time I will use more seasoning if I am going to make croutons.

  254. Carrie says:

    Great idea!

  255. Kim says:

    5 stars
    This was so easy and I was surprised how good it is. I did use salted butter in the bread and to fry it afterward so next time I will probably omit the salt in the recipe and see how that works. Otherwise the texture and taste were great!

  256. Linda says:

    I make mine in 2 4″ containers because I hate cutting things in half horizontally if I don’t have to. 🙂

  257. Sandralee Oster says:

    5 stars
    absolutely loved it!!! Thank you!!

  258. Pattey says:

    Love this recipe and make it all the time! Best thing I found for bread cravings since going keto (about a year now). Was wondering if I can make ahead and how would I store them? We have a lake cottage that we go to on weekends in the summer and it is quite rustic with no microwave. Wondering if I could make ahead and bring with me for the weekend. Would love to have grilled ‘english muffins’ for breakfast up there!

  259. Kelly says:

    5 stars
    Perfect I made it the minute I saw the recipe and in 90 seconds it took to cook it took 90 seconds to eat. Excellent recipe. Sprinkle a pinch of salt instead of 1/4 teaspoon 5 stars

  260. JILL says:

    5 stars
    I ADDED 1 tsp of Italian Seasoning and it was AMAZING AND DELICIOUS! This is a must have recipe for Keto!

  261. Mike says:

    5 stars
    Made this for the first time over the weekend. As many others have mentioned, it is to salty. The second batch was perfect with just a small sprinkle of salt. The third batch i added a tablespoon of Parmesan cheese. AWESOME!!
    Thank You for this recipe!

  262. B says:

    Really good and something I can add to my Keto diet! love that it took 90 secs! I did find the salt was a bit much for me so next time I will cut the salt volume in half. Thank you.

  263. Sel says:

    5 stars
    Loved this recipe !
    So easy and delicious!

    I’m going camping in the next couple days and wanted to make some of this bread for burgers and sandwiches. Does this keep well in Tupperware?

  264. Beth says:

    5 stars
    Great, easy recipe! Made an amazing bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich yesterday. Today, ‘french toast’ bread, adding cinnamon, vanilla, dash of swerve and nutmeg.
    I did leave off the salt because I use salted butter.
    This bread is a gamechanger! Thank you!

  265. Lisa says:

    I can’t eat eggs. Can you recommend a substitute?
    Thx so much,

  266. Jenny says:

    Made with dash of salt as suggested. Really helped with bread cravings on keto. Added butter and sugar free jelly on top and also treated it like a bagel and added cream cheese a different time. Quick and easy. Thank you for the great post!

  267. Angela says:

    Love this! Has this been tried for waffles or pancakes? I’m a carb lover turned keto lover (within the last couple weeks).

  268. vin lookup says:

    Keto bread recipe 90 seconds you share kahs easy to understand. I will save the recipe to learn how to make this cake.

  269. Gail says:

    I love how easy these are to make. I used them for hamburger buns. I plane to make breakfast sandwiches with them next.

  270. Carrie says:

    Your welcome!

  271. Johnna says:

    5 stars
    I’m on a stay at home order in Chicago and this is now one of my go to’s. I’ve tried other keto bread recipes and have not cared for them. The single serving is great for a single person! I added some chia seeds and/or sesame seeds along with shreaded cheese and it was even better. Thank you for this recipe!

  272. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you loved it!

  273. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you loved it!

  274. Tina says:

    5 stars
    Who thought it will be so easy to have bread on a Keto diet ? Really, I didn’t expect this recipe to be a success, despite every good comments! This bread is awesome! For breakfast or dinner, it calms every bread cravings I have! Thank you so much

  275. Carrie says:

    I’m so glad you loved it!

  276. Kim says:

    5 stars
    I have missed bread since starting keto. This recipe is not only simple, it tastes pretty darn good!

  277. Asa Champlin says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for sharing. it is perfect for a quick biscuit!

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  279. Selby McIsaac says:

    Love this recipe! So quick any easy…I’ll reduce the salt next time I make this as I found the salt over powering.

  280. Susan says:

    5 stars
    When I make this bread, I whip the egg in my mug before adding the other ingredients. The bread turns out thick and fluffy. I usually then slice it into 4 pieces. That means I get two English Muffins from the recipe

  281. ericka moore says:

    this recipe was pretty good, a little dry but what can you expect for keto. I’ll definitely make it again. Question, I see the micros but what is the serving size or is that for the whole thing?

  282. Lynn says:

    I just made this bread today and I have got to say that it was DELICIOUS!! I had made vegetable soup last night and this bread when good with it. I fried it but am going to toast the next time. Thank you so much for this recipe.

  283. Jeffrey says:

    I made this today! I followed the recipe exactly, and used a 1250 watt microwave. Let it cool, and cut it in half. I browned it a bit on the stove with a little butter as suggested. I’ve been on the Keto diet a month, and I’m pretty excited to have bread to add to the things I can eat. The thought of a egg sandwich sounds amazing right now. Simple and easy to make, thanks!

  284. Millican Pecan says:

    I am so excited about this recipe! When we buy a whole loaf of bread, even if I put it into the freezer, my husband and I tend to go thru it awfully fast, and we try to stay away from bread! With your recipe, I can make a bit at a time, and not use unhealthy ingredients!

  285. Priya Dogra says:

    That’s so easy. I mean in 90 seconds is a very less time. I am sure this bread will be tasty AF. I am definitely going to make it today. Thank God I landed on this recipe. I was really missing bread in Keto. Thank you!

  286. Barbara McCall says:

    I made one with coconut flour and it didn’t mix great. Others turned out great. Ate one with sugar fee syrup and made it even better.

  287. Abby Davalos says:

    I made this, as a part of my egg benedict breakfast. It was perfect! The texture and fluffiness like a biscuit roll was the best part. I didn’t add any salt since it was going to be smothered in sauce. Thanks for this quick bread!

  288. Lisa says:

    I make this in my mini dash waffle maker and use it for a breakfast sandwich works wonderful!!

  289. Laurie says:

    I really enjoyed this and so simple to make! I am wondering how to make more of a loaf style So that I can have Laurie bread daily without having to make it every day. Any suggestions?

  290. Patricia Nelson says:

    How much coconut flour do you use to replace almond flour.

  291. Evelyn Gordon says:

    Nov 21,2019.
    Made my first Keto 90 second bread. I altered the recipe by only using egg whites it was fantastic and so easy. My next trail will be to reduce the baking powder. Hoping for a good outcome.

  292. Julie Mcgill says:

    Delicious and so quick and easy! We made them into ham & egg muffins!

  293. Lorna says:

    5 stars
    This is absolutely delicious! I happened to have some leftover garlic butter so used that instead of ordinary butter and it worked beautifully. I was sceptical that it would turn easily out of the ramekin without greasing but it really did. One quick question on the carb content – does the 2g of carbs it contains include the fibre, making it 1g net – or is it 2g net plus one fibre?

  294. Sherry Hanamean says:

    This was actually very filling. Did not add salt and tasted a bit eggy until I toasted it. Will experiment with some herbs next time.

  295. Michele says:

    5 stars
    Love this! I could even make this at the office!

  296. Stacey J Rodriguez says:

    Hey guys! I made this with cheddar cheese and it was delicious. For those of you asking, this has 4 g of carbs, but if you’re keto it only has 3 g of net carbs.

  297. Sue Alaqqad says:

    After its done how do you keep it for the next days lunch?

  298. Peachie says:

    5 stars
    Omg, I needed bread. I found this recipe for 90-seconds. Can’t beat it. I thought mine would never look like yours. I had a bowl the same size as you, measured the ingredients and off I went. I spread a little butter on it after browning on the stove and ate with WF strawberry syrup, calorie free, fat, carbs, gluten or sugars of any kind. So good.

  299. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried it before. This is for single servings only. Thank you!

  300. Carrie says:

    No, I’m sorry, this recipe is for the microwave only. Thank you.

  301. RENE says:



  302. Barb says:

    5 stars
    Microwave is 1200 watts so I used 90% power. Did one in a 3-inch glass dish then one in a 5-inch glass dish. The smaller one was toasted and so good. The larger one will be used as a base for poached eggs. This is such a wonderful recipe and now no longer need to miss English Muffins. Thank you.

  303. Katheryn Duncan says:

    Thank you for sharing. it is perfect for a quick biscuit!!

  304. Bonnie says:

    The 1st time I made this it seemed too dry. I added 1tsp of psyllium husk & it helped. I tried again & used 2tsp of psyllium husk & only a pinch of salt since I was using salted butter, and it turned out nice & soft & delicious!! I used a 4″ Ramekin. Love it ?

  305. Christine says:

    We don’t use a microwave oven; do you have an oven option? Temp + time?

  306. Diane says:

    Tried your recipe this AM.
    Since I never use a microwave, I poured the batter in an 8″ non-stick pan (with one pat butter) and waited for surface to bubble, turned, when browned, done!
    I cut back on the salt to 1/8t. and this is a remarkable, light breakfast treat!
    Thanks, I will blog about this too.

  307. Pattey says:

    This is really good, I use it like I would an english muffin! Can this be made with coconut flour as well or would there need to be some adjustment to the recipe?

  308. Trudi says:

    Can this be made in a larger “loaf” for serving more than once person?

  309. Farrah Hennessey says:

    I added just a pinch of salt and a little bit of cheddar cheese. Great alternative to bread when those cravings hit!

  310. Brenda says:

    5 stars
    Best recipe I have tried and first bread I have had in 5 weeks. Outstanding taste, added a little cinnamon with sugarless syrup and it was so good. You are the best!

  311. Felicia says:

    This sounds amazing and I’ll be making it for breakfast this morning, but I think the carb count is a little off. I think it’s closer to 3g of total net carbs. I could be wrong, but there are almost 3g of net carbs in the 3 tbsp of almond flour, plus add a little for the baking powder and the egg? Maybe I’m counting wrong, or maybe it’s just my almond flour that’s higher than yours…

  312. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  313. Carrie says:

    Great to hear. Thank you for sharing.

  314. Linda says:

    I have been craving bread for 2 months now! Made this recipe and totally LOVED it!!! Used the Bob’s Red Mill almond flour and a pinch of salt!! Perfect! Thank you so much.

  315. Jill Roberts @ says:

    5 stars
    That 90 second keto bread is stunning. I’m not a talented baker, but I would love to give these a try! Thanks, Carrie

  316. Mallory says:

    5 stars
    Holy deliciousness!! I cannot live without bread, so Keto has been incredibly hard, but I just had a ham & cheese “English muffin” with this bread & it was amazing!! Thanks!

  317. Diane says:

    Wanted to add to my last comment, forgot to give you the 5 stars it deserves! Don’t know why but cooking on the griddle gave a more eggy taste , like french toast and not as light.the micro gives best texture and gives the look of sliced bread. I’m a celiac who lived with a carboholic. This bread will be my new go to. Fresh bread in 2 minutes and great when it’s too hot to bake. Thank you, thank you

  318. Diane says:

    Game changer! Thanks so much! Celiac with dairy issues. I used almond pulp left from making nut milk( dried a little) the brown flecks from almond skins gave the look and texture of whole wheat bread. So many gluten free things are dry, crumbly, and taste of baking powder. But these were awesome.also worked cooked on griddle.,.no more bun less burgers for me. Thanks

  319. Darcia says:

    5 stars
    Really good. Just like the picture. I used salted butter so the bread was too salty. Next time I’ll omit the salt since my butter already has it. It was really easy to make.

  320. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  321. Ben says:

    5 stars
    Thanks for posting this! New to Keto & this helps a lot.

    I divided the batter into 4 portions, and microwaved each in a small salsa bowl for 45 seconds each. Used 2 as top/bottom slider buns.

    I will bake some soon & see how it works in the oven.

  322. Carrie says:

    Great to hear! Thank you for sharing!

  323. Sherry says:

    5 stars
    So very good!! Recently went low carb, and definitely helps with cutting out the breads!! Thank you this is definitely my go to and so super quick and easy ??

  324. Carrie says:

    Thank you!

  325. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  326. Carrie says:

    I always make it in the microwave so I’m not sure. It’s so easy to make it in the microwave so I have never tried it a different way.

  327. Linda says:

    This may be a crazy question, but, could I bake this in the oven?

  328. Gigi says:

    This can be made without baking powder and regular salt for those needing a low sodium option. I use a dash of no salt and Mrs. Dash garlic and herb seasoning.

  329. Felicia says:

    Don’t use coconut flour. Has weird taste. Didn’t like it at all. Will try almond flour next time

  330. Caroline says:

    I must admit that I was skeptical ?
    However the texture is ridiculously good and it seriously could not be easier. I mixed up a little cinnamon/ Stevia to sprinkle on after toasting in more butter. Next time I will reduce the salt as I do find it a bit salty for me but for a savory dish it would likely be fine ? Thx for a fantastic easy recipe!

  331. Nancy Perez says:

    I just made this bread and it turned out amazing! Oh, and I totally forgot to add the salt and honestly, it didn’t need it!! Thank you for sharing!

  332. Carrie says:

    I bet that was delicious. Thank you!

  333. Jacqueline says:

    5 stars
    I added a bunch of shredded cheddar cheese, and chopped pickled jalapeño. Amazing! What a great base recipe to change up flavors!

  334. Karla says:

    5 stars
    I found this to be a wonderful recipe! I replaced the butter with vegan butter and added a tsp. of avocado oil. I added some herbs for a savory flavor, also. After I toasted it, it looked like a muffin! Thanks so much!

  335. Carrie says:

    Good to hear – Thanks for sharing!

  336. Carrie says:

    Great to hear – Thank you!

  337. Carrie says:

    You’re welcome – Thanks for the review!

  338. Carrie says:

    Thanks Kim! I using store then for a week. Thanks!

  339. Kim D. says:

    5 stars
    I made this last night. Toasted it and topped with low carb chicken salad. Sooo good. How long can this be stored? I am thinking ahead for a July 4th (all day) cookout and taking this for my hamburger buns. Also we do a lot of camping and this could replace bread and buns on our trips.

  340. Lynn says:

    5 stars
    Just made my first guilt free BLT with this wonderful bread! Game changer…
    Just started the keto way so this will really help me to not miss other bread.
    Thank you for sharing!

  341. Christine says:

    I’ve been making this bread for a couple months now and it is just so good, definitely fulfills the craving for bread while on keto. To fix any salty issues, I use salted butter and it comes out perfect. Thanks for sharing the recipe! ?

  342. says:

    4 stars
    tried it 2 times, it was awesome

  343. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried that before Rachael. I don’t think that it would work the same for this recipe.

  344. Carrie says:

    I haven’t made it in an oven before so I’m not sure. Thank you!

  345. Carrie says:

    Sorry I haven’t made it in the oven before so I’m not real sure.

  346. Rachael says:

    Hi can you use Almond meal instead of flour?

  347. ERIKA says:

    Hi, can this be made in an oven ? I do not have a microwave at home, but I do have a conventional oven and a stove oven… Thanks !

  348. Ginny Stein says:

    Directions for in oven please? Thank you.

  349. Carrie says:

    You’re welcome. Thank you for sharing!

  350. Carrie says:

    Good to hear! Thanks for sharing.

  351. Tracy says:

    5 stars
    Made this today and it was great. I sliced it and toasted it in the toaster after it cooled. My new go-to, thanks ?

  352. Kiersten says:

    5 stars
    This bread is amazing!! I’m just starting my keto journey, and I thought I would try this recipe. I have been eating it every day! I eat it for brunch with eggs, bacon, and cheddar cheese. Honestly, it is wonderful and I don’t feel like I am missing out on anything! Thank you, Carrie!

  353. Carrie says:

    Awesome – Thanks for sharing!

  354. jan says:

    5 stars
    Loved this recipe. Make the night before, adding pinch of cinnamon and stevia,
    slice in half. Next morning I just pop in toaster and off I go. Delicious cinnamon English muffin.

  355. Carrie says:

    Allie – I believe the ground almonds are higher in fat than the almond flour. Also, the nutritional information is for 1 serving size which is half of the recipe as the recipe makes 2 servings. Thank you.

  356. Carrie says:

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  357. Samsun Rock says:

    4 stars
    Nice to share this amazing post.

  358. Allie says:

    5 stars
    I just made this bread and it’s lovely but when I work out the ingredients I used it works out a far greater fat content that yours. I used ground almonds as that is what we use for almond flour in the uk, I don’t know if that makes a difference. Per serving (half the recipe) this is what I get: cal 240, fat 21.3g, net carb 2.2g, protein 9.4g. Any idea why mine is so much more?

  359. Alan R. Wilson says:

    5 stars
    Wow, you just saved me I love bread way too much but, I gave it all up for my Keto diet. My 1st was really good but the eggy taste had to go so I tried egg whites and lol it was a flop original one it is the best way but only with a pinch of salt.

    Thanks, Pam

  360. Carrie says:

    Great! Thanks for sharing Pam!

  361. Pam says:

    5 stars
    I just made this on my lunch hour and loved it. I made a grilled cheese with it because I have been craving that for a while. It was delicious!! Will definitely make this again!!

  362. Carrie says:

    I haven’t tried that before, but I think that this would work great for freezing.

  363. Amy says:

    Can you make this ahead and freeze?

  364. Mike says:

    4 stars
    While I do not really miss bread I do occasionally like a grilled cheese. I think this will also work well as a hamburger bun this Summer. It is a bit salty even when using unsalted butter, so I might cut that back a bit. It made a great grilled cheese though. I made mine in a small rectangular pan then cut it in half and grilled it in my cast iron pan with cheddar. Wonderful!

  365. Carrie says:

    2 is because I slice it in half. Thank you!

  366. Carrie says:

    Debbie – I haven’t tried that yet. Let us know how it turns out!

  367. Carrie says:

    Gail – Sorry, I’m not sure. I have only made this recipe in the microwave. Thanks.

  368. Carrie says:

    Jason – I’m glad you enjoyed it!

  369. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  370. Carrie says:

    I’m not sure. I haven’t tried it that way yet. I just love it and it takes no time at all in the microwave!

  371. Carrie says:


  372. Carrie says:

    Thanks for sharing Marci – You’re welcome! I’m so glad you and your brother enjoy it 🙂

  373. Jason says:

    5 stars
    My first attempt ever at making this type of bread. Awesome recipe. Thank you for sharing. The bread turned out great. Put bread in toaster and added butter, delicious!

  374. Gail says:

    Hi – what are cooking instructions (time, temp) for cooking in oven? I don’t use microwave but want to try this recipe that sounds delicious!

  375. Brandy says:

    You have it listed as 2 servings. Is it 2 because you are slicing it in half? Or does the recipe make enough “batter” to use two bowls/containers?

  376. Karen says:

    5 stars
    Made this today wow! Easy, and great toasted. Only added 1/4 tsp salt, will add some garlic powder next time.

  377. Ange says:

    5 stars
    Just had it and used it as a bun for a homemade burger, don’t really eat bread, but you got to have a bun with a burger!! Was lovely, light and fluffy, toasted it a little. 5 stars

  378. Marci K says:

    5 stars
    I have to say a huge thank you for this recipe for both my brother and myself. My brother is a 30-year type 2 diabetic, and a carboholic. I’m a recently diagnosed type 2 also with a severe gluten sensitivity. This bread is a lifesaver for us both. My brother loves it so much that he says he would never go back to regular bread. Thank you so much!

  379. Claudia says:

    Thanks for this. it’s becoming a regular part of my breakfasts. I grill it with a piece of cheese and a couple strips of bacon.

  380. Top kitchen says:

    5 stars
    Thanks for this incredible and fast bread recipe! can it be roasted using air fryer?

  381. Debbie says:

    Has anyone tried this in the oven? Not a fan of microwave cooking. It sounds great! will give it a whirl!

  382. Lynn says:

    5 stars
    Easy and delicious! Much more taste than I ever expected. Thank you for keeping me in track?

  383. Lynn says:

    5 stars
    Easy and delicious! Much more taste than I ever expected. Thank you for keeping me in track?

  384. JJ says:

    5 stars
    Just made my first recipe of Keto Bread using this recipe. It was very good. I was very skeptical at first. I did not taste the “eggy” flavor or “corn muffin” flavors that I read so much about. I will definitely be making this again.

  385. Carrie says:

    Thanks Lydia!

  386. Lydia Jones says:

    5 stars
    I made this today. I did not have almond flour so I took some slivered almonds and made flour from them in my nutribullet. This turned out fabulous. Only a pinch of salt is necessary. The variations are endless! I don’t do Keto but I will definitely be making this often for everything!! This is a great save if you are out of bread! Thanks so much for this recipe! It is DELISH!

  387. Carrie says:

    Glad to hear it Marci! Thank you for sharing.

  388. Marci says:

    5 stars
    I want to say thank you. I don’t always have time to bake, and this is a life saver, of sorts. My brother is diabetic, and his doctor recommended a low-carb diet; I’m diabetic also, and gluten intolerant. This bread has the most wonderful taste and texture, and is so quick and easy, I’ve already committed the recipe to memory. Even my SO, who is neither gluten free nor diabetic, likes the taste and texture. I did cut down the salt, because like some others, I found the 1/4 teaspoon to be too salty. Other than that, raves and kudos!! We are thrilled, and planning all the different ways we’re going to use this bread. Many thanks!!

  389. Esther St Fleur says:

    5 stars
    I love this recipe better than the mug one!!! I made a grilled cheese bacon with this! Next time i will make garlic toast with it!

  390. Carol Weisinger says:

    5 stars
    Not sure what happened to my last post but you gotta try adding dash of nutmeg use wider bowl slice grill with ham and swiss cheese presto Monte Cristo, thanks again!

  391. Carol Weisinger says:

    5 stars
    Agree with post regarding salt omitted salt, grilled it first time. It definitely reminds me of corn muffins texture. This morning make recipe added 1 T. of swerve brown sugar and dash or cinnamon,nutmeg and chopped walnuts OMG. It was great topped with cream cheese frosting(cream cheese,butter ,vanilla and swerve confection .Thanks can’t wait to try pumpkin spice next time I’m craving carrot cake thanks so much!

  392. Debra McNeill says:

    5 stars
    I used an Egg Beater to lower the calories. I thought the mug bread was 1 serving. Still not sure about the carbs. Will do each ingredient separately.

  393. Theresa C says:

    5 stars
    I was looking for a quick way to test a bit of (raw) JALAPENO and came across your 90 SECOND bread. Typically, a mug version isn’t on my radar since I’ve taken up keto loaves of bread, cakes, cookies, etc., quantities of baking. BUT I am totally impressed at the texture, very English muffin, and wonderful flavor! I cut the salt to less than an 1/8th and put just a dab of butter into the mix before whisking it really well. DELICIOUS! Was very surprised to see it is a serving for 2 muffins although hubby and I split it to see about the JALAPENO spiciness (I can safely put more into the loaf I’ll be doing next). Long winded to express my thanks and appreciation for getting bread in a mug done quickly absolutely perfect!!

  394. helix jump says:

    5 stars
    The toughest best and the more reveal the better offers the discipline strategies with excellent preparation

  395. Carrie says:

    Great idea – Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  396. Jamie says:

    Just did this recipe as written, then tried it with chickpea flour and a touch of madras curry. Both worked very well in a four inch ramekin.

  397. Irma Leo says:

    5 stars
    I just made this delicious recipe and fried it in butter. It’s fast and easy to make. I will use a pinch of salt in the future.

  398. Ryan says:

    4 stars
    This is a great recipe, but the salt is too much. I had to cut it in half. I have genetic HBP and this was clearly too much salt. After the reduction, I made 3 of these and cut them in thirds. Mine were pretty fluffy, so thirds are the perfect thickness. Now I have muffins/bread for the week! Thanks!

  399. Christine says:

    4 stars
    Love that there are bread options out there. This one was way too salty for me. Will adjust next time. Thanks!

  400. Julie says:

    5 stars
    I just made this! It reminded me of the consistency of Jiffy cornbread. It was really easy and good, except way too salty for me. I will definitely be making it again, minus a lot of the salt. Thank you!!

  401. Deb says:

    5 stars
    Great recipe but Bob’s changed their carb count last year so it’s over 5 net carbs if using their almond flour. Just need to adjust counts based on actual products used.

  402. Tim says:

    5 stars
    Way too much salt cut it by half. However, wonderful recipe!!! Thank you!!!!

  403. Kathryn Grable says:

    4 stars
    Yes good but way too salty. Cutting way down next time. Otherwise, bread!! Yay!!

  404. Lilly Hughes says:

    5 stars
    I think I’ll premix the dry ingredients so it’s even faster. I loved it. Browned it in the skilled at put a slice of extra sharp cheddar for a sandwich filling. So easy, so fast. I love bread. Best substitute to date. Thanks

  405. Caro says:

    4 stars
    I lowered salt to 1/4tsp salt. Very good and easy

  406. Cheryl says:

    5 stars
    Made a grilled cheese sandwich using this bread. It was very good. I think maybe a little less salt next time. Will definitely make this again.

  407. PHodges says:

    5 stars
    It was very good husband is a diabetic so we are living healthier now, oh I left the salt out and it was still delicious

  408. SUE says:

    5 stars
    First time I made this it was way to salty, I did not give up. Love bread anyway next time I left out the salt and added a little of cinnamon. Excellent. Also toast it after. Perfect. My go to bread fix for sure

  409. Sheilagh says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for the recipe, just made some and it was delicious.

  410. Rheann says:

    5 stars
    For my personal tastes I definitely need to reduce the amount of salt by half. Other than that, I think this is a great recipe! I will try adding some cheese and herbs next time. Thanks for posting a great recipe!

  411. Laurie says:

    4 stars
    Made this today and the taste isn’t so bad except I believe you need to reduce the salt to about an eighth of a teaspoon because this was so salty when I made it as directed. So I didn’t get to enjoy it as much as I would have liked. But the consistency was good. Definitely will make again, just reducing the salt amount.

  412. Shelly says:

    5 stars
    I added 1 tsp of swerve and used coconut oil and it made it taste so much better. I tried it with butter, and realized my butter was salted so it came out too salty, then tried it with varying amounts of swerve – love it with 1 tsp.

    Thank you so much for such a GREAT base recipe!!! It is a life saver!!!

  413. red ball says:

    5 stars
    I wanted to leave a little comment to support you and wish you a good continuation. Wishing you the best of luck for all your blogging efforts.

  414. Brenda Nichols says:

    5 stars
    Just made this bread and sliced it in half and toasted it. OMG! It is wonderful. Next time I am going to add garlic and dill weed. The possibilities are endless: add cinnamon and stevia, add shredded cheese. So happy I can have my bread and eat it too! Thank you for this recipe.

  415. Jody says:

    5 stars
    This is the “bestest” for people following low carb/keto. I followed recipe exact, same here, too salty each time I made it including last when I reduced it by half. I’ve made this as an english muffin, garlic bread, toast and today made a salmon patty sandwich and completely left the salt out and was just perfect. Thanks so much for this recipe.

    I have a question about the nutritional facts.

    Recipe says makes 4 servings, correct?Then the nutritional facts say 2 carbs but doesn’t list the per serving. So I’m assuming is per 1 serving not 4, correct?

  416. Betty Beck says:

    5 stars
    Omitted the salt all together on my 2nd try. It came out delicious. Love this easy peasy bread recipe. Thank You!!!!

  417. Janet Schaaf says:

    4 stars
    This was easy to make, but really salty. Next time I’ll cut the salt by half.

  418. KSPierson says:

    4 stars
    Good texture but way too salty. I’ll leave out the salt next time. Other than the salt, I made a great breakfast sandwich with it.

  419. Gail says:

    5 stars
    Just made this and it was very good and super convenient. For me, it was a bit too salty so next time I will reduce the amount of salt. Can’t wait until tomorrow to try again. Thanks for giving this old gal her bread back.

  420. Danielle says:

    How long would these take in oven?

  421. Caitlin says:

    So easy to make but was super super salty next time I’ll cut the salt in half.

  422. Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes says:

    5 stars
    90 seconds?! This is the best!

  423. Adelaide says:

    5 stars
    It looks very good…
    Can you please advise if what they call ground almonds is the same?
    Can you replace the almond flour for coconut flour?
    Thanks in advance!

  424. Lori @ RecipeGirl says:

    5 stars
    This is so brilliant, thank you!!!

  425. Toni | Boulder Locavore says:

    5 stars
    It looks so good! And sounds really easy to make!

  426. Jennifer Farley says:

    5 stars
    Wow, SO quick and easy! Amazing!

  427. happy wheels says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for this post. Best of luck!

  428. Melissa Sperka says:

    5 stars
    You had me at “90 Second!!!”

  429. Joanne says:

    5 stars
    These remind me so much of the English Muffins I used to eat growing up. Love it!

  430. Aysegul says:

    5 stars
    It will be my next prep for the breakfast. Thanks for sharing