Low Carb Mr. Peanut Bread

"This is a low carb bread recipe that I got from The 24/7 Diner Blog (http://247lowcarbdiner.blogspot.com/) and I don't want to lose it."
photo by Shan M. photo by Shan M.
photo by Shan M.
photo by Marie-claude P. photo by Marie-claude P.
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Ready In:
12 slices




  • Blend peanut butter and eggs until smooth. Add in remaining ingredients. Pour into a sprayed loaf pan and smooth the top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes. Let cool before slicing.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Mary S.
    What's the carb and protein count?


  1. Christy Lou Sturman
    This is a great basic recipe, I suggest "playing" with it and trying out different combos. My favorite is to follow this exact recipe but add a small can of pure pumpkin, a little more low carb sweetener than suggested and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice. I am blown away by the moist, bread like texture and how well the flavors mingle together.
  2. Bryon H.
    Wow! This turned out surprisingly well! This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for posting this recipe!
  3. 4xuywn4xu6tpyi6qy4g
    This bread has been a lifesaver for weight loss when I'm craving carbs. It's pretty tasty, keto-friendly, and gluten free.
  4. Diana D.
    Sooooooooo great! I was wondering if you can double the recipe to make a bigger loaf and how long you would cook it? Thanks so much for sharing this. YUMMM
  5. Lilyh01
    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.


  1. 4xuywn4xu6tpyi6qy4g
    I added 3 TB of flax meal for extra fiber.
  2. Marie-claude P.
    Swapped: 1/2 cup peanut butter for almond butter - Added: 1tbs flax meal, 1tbs psyllium husk, 1/2 cup warm water
    • Review photo by Marie-claude P.
  3. Crystal B.
    Double recipe, full jar of Trader Joe's Sunflower seed butter replaces peanut butter and add 1/2 cup hemp hearts for extra protein, healthy fat and fiber. Makes two loaves.



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