My husband’s keto journey is still going on after losing 20 kg in 3 months. Now he is very near to his ideal weight. yesterday I tried keto coconut bread for him and believe me it was so tasty that he said that I am not going to leave keto ever. The herbs aroma and the upper crust of bread give it a unique taste. I cut the bread into breadsticks. You can cut the loaf according to your need. I served it with chicken and cream cheese mixture.
Ingredients Of Keto Coconut Bread
- 6 eggs
- 1/2 cup coconut flour
- 1 stick butter, 8tbsp
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1tsp oregano
- 1/2 tsp rosemary
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 tsp garlic powder
Method Of keto Coconut Bread
- Combine dry ingredients (coconut flour, baking powder, oregano, garlic, rosemary, and salt) in a bowl and set aside.
- Add 6 eggs to a separate bowl and beat with a hand mixer until you get see bubbles at the top.
- Melt the stick of butter in the microwave and slowly add it to the eggs as you beat with the hand mixer.
- Once wet and dry ingredients are fully combined in separate bowls, slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients as you mix with the hand mixture.
- Grease an 8×4 loaf pan and pour the mixture into it evenly.
- Bake at 350 for 40-50 minutes (time will vary depending on your oven).
- Let it rest for 10 minutes before removing from the pan. Slice up and enjoy with butter or toasted!
- Net carbs: 1.5g
- Amount per serving ….calories 147……total fat 12.5 g……total carbs 3.5 g……protein 4.6g…..dietary fiber 2g
- For more yummy keto recipes
It made only 7 slices? Nutrition info isn’t much good without knowing how much is one serving. Thank you.
Per serving given at the end of post
How many servings in the dish? Just says per serving nutritional info, but doesn’t explain what a serving is? 1 out 7 slices is a serving, 20 g’s is a serving? TIA
per serving is one piece
Neel, how many slices does this recipe make?
10 to 12 slices.
I would love to join the kept programme. How do i
Just do detail research on. Keto and start ot
The Ketogenic Diet is a high fat, moderate protein, and very low carbohydrate diet.
Through the restriction of carbohydrates, it re-programs your metabolism to burn your fat stores for fuel rather than using the glycogen stored in your muscles.
The low-carb intake helps to keep your blood sugar levels from spiking.
This allows your fat cells to begin releasing fatty acids, which your liver will then breakdown to produce what are called “ketones.”
Ketosis is the physiological state that is achieved when your body breaks down ketones for energy rather than the glucose from carbohydrates.
Note: No nut flours/ keto roti or desserts are not recommended for Ist 6 weeks.
• alfalfa sprouts
• bamboo shoots
• string beans
• onions (limited quantity)
• Swiss chard
• peppers (all)
• ginger root
• tomatoes (limited quantity)
• collard greens
• salsa (w/out sugar)
• Brussels sprouts*
• Beef/ beef steak
• Bratwurst or sausage
• hot dogs
• Chick WITH skin and fat
• Duck or goose
• Goat/ lamb
• All nuts (esp. macadamia nuts), the least expensive is on amazon, “Bayside Candy – Sincerely Nuts”
• Macadamia Nuts Raw Unsalted Halves and Pieces,2Lbs
• Nut butters without sugar
• Coconut oil – very important
• Cream cheese and sour cream
• Fish oil
• European cheese
• Flax seeds and flax oil
• Heavy whipping cream
• Olives and olive oil
HEAVIER FAT AND PROTEIN
2-4 Eggs, cheese, hormone-free chicken, avocado
Bullet proof coffee with 1 tbsp extra virgin, unrefined coconut oil and 2 tbsp butter.
PROTEIN, FAT (3-6 ounces)
Animal Protein (non-lean) hamburger, fish, chicken (with skin) + Salad
VEGETABLE OR SALAD CARBOHYDRATE (7 cups)
PROTEIN (3-3 ounces)
VEGETABLE (2-3 cups)
AVOID Completely: Food rich in carbohydrates, factory-farmed meat and processed foods
In short, any food that is high in carbs should be limited.
Here is a list of foods that need to be reduced or eliminated on a ketogenic diet:
NO NO NO
• Sugary foods: Soda, fruit juice, smoothies, cake, ice cream, candy, etc.
• Grains or starches: Wheat-based products, rice, pasta, cereal, etc.
• Fruit: All fruit, except small portions of berries like strawberries.
• Beans or legumes: Peas, kidney beans, lentils, chickpeas, etc.
• Root vegetables and tubers: Potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnips, etc.
• Low-fat or diet products: These are highly processed and often high in carbs.
• Some condiments or sauces: These often contain sugar and unhealthy fat.
• Unhealthy fat: Limit your intake of processed vegetable oils, mayonnaise, etc.
• Alcohol: Due to its carb content, many alcoholic beverages can throw
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What is the serving size?
you can serve according to your carbs of the day
How many servings does this recipe make?
5 to 6 servings
Thank you this was so very helpful