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Wow! This turned out surprisingly well! This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for posting this recipe!

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Bryon H. May 24, 2014

Brilliant, thanks sooo much for posting this recipe. I have been looking for a low carb bread that doesn't taste eggy and has a bread-like texture, this is definitely it. I like savoury bread so I left out the sweetener and added pepper and garlic 1tsp which I would either leave out or 1/4 next time. I also added a tablespoon of grated Parmesan and topped with a sprinkling of chopped nuts. Next time I will also use a medium bread pan as my standard pan makes it a bit wide and flat.<br/><br/>Really great recipe! And a sandwich for lunch again without the worry of blood sugar spikes.

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Lilyh01 October 30, 2013

Not delicious, but it is edible. With some butter or cream cheese the flavor is greatly improved. One would be challenged to find a low carb bread that is easier, doesn't have strange ingredients, and doesn't taste eggy.

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beckyp382 April 20, 2013

I have no idea why my bread turned out so flat, but I still ate it! I threw some wheat germ on top, too. It was delicious.

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Meghan at Food.com March 21, 2012

I've been trying very hard to stay low carb and bread is one of my major weaknesses.

I came across this recipe while doing a search for low carb breads but was really disappointed in what i found (weird and expensive ingredients, need to stand on your head under a full moon while swinging a cat by the tail, etc...)...... UNTIL I found this one!

I had everything already in my pantry and wouldn't be out anything major if it was a flop. WOW! I was skeptical at first until it came out of the oven. I can still taste and smell the peanut butter , BUT it's not too over whelming and it does have the texture of bread.....very moist!.......

I had a slice when it came out of the oven last night and one more just now with a pat of butter. I plan on using it for the bun on my burger tonight and I'm so excited that I can have "bread" again.

I also want to try it with almond butter. I hope it comes out just as good.

This is a good starter recipe and hope it lends itself well to experimentation. Maybe add some figs or raisins for a sweet lower carb bread or chives and garlic for savory. I'll report back when I do or if anyone else has already tried let me know how it turned out.

Once again I'm so excited to have found this recipe!

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Viva Karina January 14, 2012

Once I found this bread, I knew I would be able to continue eating a low carb diet. It is excellent. It is easy. I made one loaf with peanut butter and one loaf with almond butter.

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natrgrrl January 11, 2012

this bread is amazing when you are mixing it up you wouldn't believe that it would make a big loaf it rises quite a bit, The flavour was good it's not too nutty it was a nice tasting loaf. Made for PAC fall 2011 Thank you for posting.

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Tea Jenny October 22, 2011
Low Carb Mr. Peanut Bread