Low Carb Bread Made with Carbalose Flour

Low Carb Bread Made with Carbalose Flour

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Low Carb Bread Made with Carbalose Flour

Going low-carb often means missing out on the simple pleasure of a nice soft loaf of bread. Now you can give into your bread cravings guilt-free! We created a soft, chewy, white bread that you won’t believe is low carb. Enjoy, plain or toasted – all for only 3g carbs per slice!
Prep Time 1 hour 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 50 minutes
Course Breakfast, Main Course, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 20
Calories 72 kcal


  • 3 cups Carbalose flour
  • 1 tablespoon active dry yeast
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 4 tablespoons cold butter cut into small cubes
  • 1 cup water warm


  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Mix carbalose flour, yeast and sugar in food processor to incorporate.
  • Put egg and butter in the food-processor with the flour mixture and pulse to combine.
  • Slowly pour hot water into the chute of the food processor and process until it forms into a ball of dough (about 2 minutes).
  • Turn the dough onto a lightly floured surface, cover with plastic wrap and let sit 10 minutes.
  • Roll out the dough and form into a loaf. Place the loaf on a greased baking sheet. Let rise for one hour.
  • Glaze the loaf with an egg wash and bake in the oven for 40 minutes. Let cool before eating.
Keyword keto, low-carb flour

16 thoughts on “Low Carb Bread Made with Carbalose Flour”

    • Hey Angie,

      Yes, you could put the formed dough in a loaf pan. Keep an eye on it when it’s proofing though so it doesn’t go too far over the top before baking. I hope this helps.


  • I am super confused about the Carbohydrates. The package that the Carbalose Flour came in says 46g of carbs per 100g of Carbalose flour. 100g is 1/2 cup of Carbalose Flour. If it takes 3 cups of Carbalose Flour, how are the carbs per serving so low in the bread? This is so new to me, and I am trying to lose some weight, lol.

    • Hi Eric,

      Do forgive my late reply. The number of carbs per serving depends on how thick or thin you slice your bread. The total carb per slice is 8 grams, but 5 grams of that is indigestible fiber, so the total net carbs count is actually 3 grams per slice. All the nutritional information was automatically generated by a nutrition app so I depend on that for accuracy. I hope this helps!


      • My first try with carbalose flour and fairly pleased. I used a bread machine added 2 tsp of gluten and 1/4 C of olive oil. However the bread is tasteless, so I will be adding something to enhance the taste. After much calculating , I settled on using grams as my index for calculating the various values. End result – 31 g per serving equal 14.5 carbs , 9 g of fiber for 5.5 g net carb.
        Also, the nutrition values various quite a bit , but I finally settled on the nutrition facts supplier of the flour Tova Industries

        • Hi Frank,

          Glad you’re pleased with the results! Baking is all about tweaking and experimenting to find what you like. You are free to season the flour as you like just make sure not to add anything that will increase carb count.


      • Something does not make sense. The bread recipe calls for 300 grams of Carbalose flour. Nutrition Facts supplied by Tova indicates 100 gram of Carbalose flour contains 48 grams of carbs and 29 grams of dietary fiber hence 300g of Carbalose flour equals 144 grams of carbs and 87 grams of dietary fiber. By my calculation, total carbs =18 grams (144/8) and 11 (R) (87/8) grams of dietary fiber for net carbs of 7 (R) grams. I desperately want to be in error of my calculations and live with your 3 net carbs per slice

        • Hi Frank,

          The carb count per slice will vary based on how thick you make your slices. Hence this recipe will vary in carb count. You can get a more accurate measure by weighing your slices so that you don’t go over your allotted amount. Hope this helps!


    • Hi Lee,

      I have never tried to use this flour in a bread maker so I wouldn’t advise doing so without some research. You can start with this website.

      Take care,

  • Could someone who has actually used the bread machine with quick carb tell us exactly how you did it, and what setting etc you used thank you so much.

    • Hi R,

      I hope someone sees your question about using Carbquick in a bread machine. I have never used it that way, but that doesn’t mean you can’t.


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