Keto Mug Bread in 2 Minutes – Keto/Low Carb Snacks

Low Carb Keto Mug Bread

When you start a Ketogenic diet, we generally discard bread from our list. This keto mug bread is a fluffy, luscious, ready to smack together the meal of a sandwich or the surface to put everything from fried eggs to peanut butter.

Keto Mug Bread

For this keto mug bread, I used a coffee mug, showing just how easy it would be to make with microwave and just a few ingredients. This makes it the perfect base for bacon and eggs or work lunch replacement!

I do recommend you toast this bread, It’s similar to a wholemeal slice only because it’s not as fluffy as it sounds. Don’t hesitate though! If you’re low on ingredients. However, in Ketogenic cooking, you probably already have the ingredients as they are quite common.

In the ketogenic community, this keto mug bread is quite popular. I initially started using it, when I first started keto, and have refined the recipe a little since then. To get it right, Keto Recipes can be a bit tricky, but to sink into my daily life this recipe has some time.

You’ll be shocked at its dense bread-like texture, upon first making it, and how quickly you can whip it up when needed. making it the perfect replacement for a breakfast sandwich burger bun or an English muffin. It’s perfectly round in size.

How to make Keto Mug Bread?

You might be wondering how the heck this even works but with an egg, almond flour (finely ground almonds), oil, and some baking powder to help it rise – this is hearty bread, sliceable, that you’re 100% allowed to enjoy on the keto diet. Not only is it’s packed with healthy fats and proteins but also low-carb.

Keto Mug Bread

1 minPrep Time

2 minCook Time

3 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • 4 tbsp almond meal/flour
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • pinch of salt
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder

Instructions

  1. Into your mug, add all the ingredients, and until well blended mix with a fork. The mixture will be very wet.
  2. Microwave on HIGH for 1 minutes. To make sure it's fully cooked, tap the top. Return to the microwave for another 20-30 seconds If it seems at all undercooked.
  3. To release the bread turn mug upside down, and let cool slightly before slicing.
  4. Enjoy immediately, Serve alone, or as a sandwich bun or toast for a crispier texture!
7.8.1.2
40
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Calories
431 cal
Fat
35 g
Carbs
23 g
Protein
11 g


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