If you’re new to learning about what it takes to be in ketosis and have been looking up different ketogenic friendly foods, bread of any sort while on a keto diet is typically a no-go.
But, this keto toast recipe is extremely low in carbohydrates, and it’s Vegan-friendly.
Whether you’re making the toast to put your favorite spreads on, use for dipping, or as a replacement for regular bread, this is what you have been looking for!
It can easily be paired with a number of Vegan and keto-friendly snacks and dips.
I have found that this is a great at breakfast time for when I’m not following a particular fasting protocol, like intermittent fasting. It also goes really well with our Spicy Vegan Scrambled Eggs!
How do I make this Keto toast?
Creating this dish is quite simple and straight forward except for one ingredient. If you are planning on using Irish Sea Moss, you will need to soak and blend into a gel prior to making this recipe.
Allow for between 24 to 48 hours. Alternatively, a vegan gelatin substitute will work if you’re short on time.
This recipe creates approximately 10 slices of keto toast.
Preparation – 5 minutes
Cooking – 25 minutes
- 2 tablespoons of Irish Sea Moss Gel (a great Vegan gelatin alternative)
- 6 tablespoons of water (grab as needed during instructions)
- 1/2 cup of olive oil or avocado oil
- 1/2 cup of coconut flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of dried parsley
- 1/2 teaspoon of onion powder
You will also need
- An oven
- Two bowls, one smaller and one large
- A kettle (or a stove top to boil water)
- A baking pan
- Baking or parchment paper
- A knife
- A mixing spoon
- A metal skewer
- Allow the oven to preheat 180 degrees C (approximately 350 degrees F).
- If you’re not using Sea Moss Gel, in the smaller bowl mix your gelatin substitute with 2 tablespoons of water and stir until the texture is paste-like.
- Boil the remaining 4 tablespoons of water. Once boiled stir the water into your gelatin and continue to stir until any lumps are gone.
- Move your gelatin mix to a large bowl and combine with the rest of the ingredients. Stir together until everything is combined in a smooth batter type mix.
- Line a baking pan with baking or parchment paper and spread the batter mix evenly.
- Bake for 22 to 24 minutes, or until the edges of the loaf have browned.
- Use a metal skewer to check and ensure the center is baked through.
- Take out of the oven and set aside and allow to cool for 20 minutes before slicing.
This should give you between 9 and 10 pieces quite comfortably. If you are after more of a cafe toast style, simply cut the pieces a little thicker.
Pro tip: Store your keto toast in aluminum foil and place it on the counter to keep the crispness.
Maintaining a state of ketosis and having your bread and eating it is something you can do. If you liked our Keto Toast recipe, check out some of our other delicious and nutritious recipes we have in our Recipes section!
Last Updated on 2 months by D&C Editorial Team
2 thoughts on “Keto Toast that won’t Kick You out of Ketosis”
I’m a little confused by your instructions. If I am using sea moss do i not need the 6 tablespoons of water and gelatin. Do i move on to step 4 where i add the sea moss in place of the gelatin to the dry ingredients. Thanks.
It will depend on the thickness of your Sea Moss gel. If your gel is thick and jelly-like, then I would recommend adding some water to thin your gel out.
Ideally, you want your Sea Moss to have a paste-like texture, not too thick to mix but also not too runny.
Hope this helps!
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