Best Low Carb Bread (Bread Machine)

Best Low Carb Bread (Bread Machine) created by truebrit

I found this recipe on the Low Carb Friends forum some time ago. I've baked this bread many times, and it's very good! The whole loaf only contains about 20 carbs, so when you slice it, divide the total carbs by the number of slices. (I usually get about 10 slices, which only amounts to 2 carbs per slice!) If the lid of your bread machine lifts slightly during the last 15 minutes of baking time, don't worry; when the bread is baked, the lid will lower. I prefer to eat this bread toasted slightly, and buttered.

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  • Using a 1 pound capacity bread machine, combine ingredients according to order given in bread machine manual.
  • Select 'light' browning setting.
  • Don't remove bread until it is cooled.
  • Cut into slices, and store, covered, in the refrigerator.
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"I found this recipe on the Low Carb Friends forum some time ago. I've baked this bread many times, and it's very good! The whole loaf only contains about 20 carbs, so when you slice it, divide the total carbs by the number of slices. (I usually get about 10 slices, which only amounts to 2 carbs per slice!) If the lid of your bread machine lifts slightly during the last 15 minutes of baking time, don't worry; when the bread is baked, the lid will lower. I prefer to eat this bread toasted slightly, and buttered."

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  1. kayakzach
    I would rather use Allulose, instead of Splenda. It doesn't mess with my blood sugar. Is that a good substitute?
  2. tc4all
    This uses Splenda which does not feed yeast. I've tested it. So my question is why bother with the Splenda and why aren't you feeding the yeast?
  3. Wayne H.
    i would like to add some hard wheat bran to get more fiber in the bread. Do I need to make adjustments for this addition, such as adding more water to the recipe to compensate for the bran
  4. Ricky R.
    Go up to 2/3 cups of water and add a tablespoon of cocoa and another of cinnamon. Bread is a richer, darker brown and much more tasty.
  5. Pand1163
    What size is this loaf
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