Where To Buy Keto Bread: Top Low Carb Bread You Can Buy Online
It’s pretty eye-opening just how much bread is present in the modern diet. This is even more apparent once you embark on low carb and ketogenic diets.
Think about it: hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese sandwiches, sub sandwiches, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, flatbread, toast, breadsticks, french toast, garlic bread, dipping bread… the list goes on and on.
We get around this dilemma by coming up with alternatives like lettuce wrapping burgers or placing ridiculously complicated food orders while eating out. It’d be so much easier with low carb or keto bread, wouldn’t it?
Well, low carb keto bread exists!
But the question now is…Where can I buy keto bread?
We’ve found that the best answer to “Where to buy keto bread” is, in fact, online!
It used to be that you’d have to whip up some bread from scratch at home– and you could always tell by the souffle-like texture that you were essentially eating baked eggs.
So you hop on your phone and search for where to buy keto bread. But you get lost in a mess of high fiber and “low but not really low carb” bread that isn’t keto-friendly.
Luckily, a number of companies have stepped in to give us some great keto bread substitute options. And it is amazing how close they are to the real bread we grew up eating– all while staying keto-friendly!
By now you may have heard of Aldi’s mysterious, new keto-friendly bread that is supposed to be amazing. People have been raving about it online, saying it’s the best bread they’ve had since they started keto. The trouble is, it’s a little hard to get your hands on a loaf. (See: Aldi’s New Keto (Zero-Net-Carb) Bread Is So Hard to Find, People Are Selling It on eBay.) We had two loaves overnighted to us, straight from Aldi, so that we could review them — and we looked into whether or not it’s actually keto-friendly.
Here’s what we thought of the bread.
First a note on its availability. The L’Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread was, indeed, launched as an Aldi Find. But it got so popular, the demand for it has won out and stores are saying they will be restocking it as an everyday item by mid-October. To help you plan, it’s $2.99 per loaf and available in Whole Wheat and Multiseed.
Now, onto how these loaves taste!
Simply put: We can see why keto folks like this bread so much! The slices aren’t dense or dry like lots of other options out there. In fact, they’re the opposite — light and moist! (Sorry.) They’re both a little chewy (in a good way!) and the Multiseed has real seeds and a sweet, nutty flavor. The slices are a little smaller than most conventional bread, and the whole wheat is smaller than the multiseed, but it’s still bread! For keto dieters!
Most keto diets have you shooting for between 20 to 50 grams of carbs a day. And that’s net carbs. Net carbs are the grams of total carbohydrates in a food minus its grams of total fiber. (“Fiber is a carbohydrate that your body can’t digest, so it doesn’t count toward the amount of carbs that can trigger an insulin response, which too much of can prevent your body from going into that ketosis state,” says our in-house Registered Dietitian, Sheela Prakash.) These loaves have 9 total carbohydrates but they’re all fiber, so that brings us to zero net carbs. For a more detailed explanation, check out the link below.