Keto bread in the Netherlands

Date
Aug, 28, 2020

In this post I will talk about the best low-carb bread suitable for a keto diet hat you can find in the Netherlands. Although I don’t miss bread in particular, from time to time I like to have some bites. Below, my favourite options.

I also wrote the net carbs for 100 grams and for piece. Let’s dive in.

Adams Brot bread mix

Net carbs per 100 gr: 1 gr

Available: Body and Fit

Adams is a German brand of low-carb baking mixtures. The bread mix is very convenient because you can store the package in the pantry for months and when you fancy bread you prepare it.

Also, cutting your own slices allows you to manage your portions. The taste is enjoyable, especially with some mayo and cheese on top.

Adam’s brot: net carbs 1,3 gr

Adam’s brot white and dark: 0.64 net carbs per 100 gr

How to prepare it

It’s necessary to mix the content of the bag with warm water, work the dough and wait 45 minutes. Then you bake it. The procedure takes no effort and doesn’t make a mess in the kitchen.

In the mix, you can also add optional ingredients if you want. Next time I have to remember to add some oregano and cheese (Subway style).

Body & Fit Low-carb bread

Net carbs per 100 gr: 7,5 gr

Available: Body and fit website

A pack of low-carb protein bread from B&F has 250 grams and contains 5 slices. Every slice is 50 grams, and believe me, one slice is enough to be satisfied with.

The net carbs are less than 4 for a slice and 7,5 per 100 gr.

The ingredients in this bread are not totally keto-friendly, because it contain regular flour. As you know from my instagram, sometimes I use this bread, because I think is practical and great to take with me on holidays.
It’s good to not go overboard with it.

Tasty Basics

Net carbs per 100 gr: from 7,5 gr

Available: Albert Heijn, Jumbo, AMB

Tasty Basics is a Dutch brand of low-carb products. Please notice: not all their products are suitable for keto.
For sure they fit perfectly in a low-carb diet. You can check all the nutritional labels on their website.

The linseed bread has the lowest level of carbs:

  • 7,5 net carbs (less than 4 net carbs per slice)
  • 13,1 fat
  • 22 proteins
  • 14,2 fibers

The almond bread is tastier. But it’s double the carbs than the linseed bread. I bought it for a while, but lately I have been avoiding it. If you are following a low-carb but not keto, this bread is great for you.

  • 15,2 net carbs (7,6 net carbs per slice)
  • 8,4 fat
  • 18 proteins
  • 18 fibers

You can prepare a small sandwich just cutting a slice in half. An easy idea for a fast appetiser is to cut the slices is small pieces. This bread is also convenient for a snack on the go, because is easy to buy and takes almost no space in the bag! When I open a package I store the remaining slices in the fridge to preserve the freshness.

You can find this brand in Albert Heijn, Plus and Jumbo. They have also their web-shop. Also Afvallenmetbregje sell this wonderful bread.

As for the B&F bread, the ingredients in this bread are not totally keto-friendly, because it contain regular flour. As you know from my instagram, sometimes I use this bread, because I think is practical and great to take with me on holidays.

Fresh Baked Keto bread

You can bake your own keto bread. Or you can buy from the keto bakeries that are arising now in Holland.
My favorite bread is the loaf from Mishu Baking.



I will update this post when I’ll find new products. Let me know in the comments what is your favorite low-carb and keto bread in the Netherlands! For more products visits my keto favorites.


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My name is Simona and I am a low-carb converted, travel enthusiast & self-care lover. I am living in the Netherlands, with my husband to-be Peppe and my needy cat Newton.