Where to Buy Keto Bread

where to buy keto bread

When keeping an eye on your health, wheat and sugar are usually the first ingredients to kick to the curb. Especially in diets that are keto-friendly and Gluten-Free or low gluten. This is mostly because bread comes high in carbs and sugars.

Most health coaches will tell you that losing bread is one of the hardest things to do when cutting calories.

So how do you know which bread is right for you?

The truth is bread does have a lot of nutrients in it if you choose the right source. Whole grain does contain high fiber and low sodium but still contains the carbs and sugars as well. If you are planning to go on a full-scale keto diet, you need to lose those carbs and sugars and stock up on fiber and a pinch of sodium to make up for the carb loss.

So what can you do? How can a carb junkie find healthier bread options on a keto-friendly diet?

Rank Keto Bread Price/Loaf
1. Solo Carb Bread Country White $46 BEST PRICE
2. Sola Sandwich Bread $13 BEST PRICE
3. Thin slim Zero Carb Bread $12.99 BEST PRICE
4. Mikey’s Sandwich Bread $13.99 BEST PRICE
5. Outer Aisle Gourmet Cauliflower Sandwich Thins $33 BEST PRICE
6. Base Culture Keto Bread $9 BEST PRICE
7. Schmidt Oldtyme 647 Wheat Bread $14.50 BEST PRICE
8. Joseph’s Bakery Wheat Flour Pita $7.99 BEST PRICE
9. Ezekiel 4:9 Bread, Original Sprouted, Organic $18.99 BEST PRICE

Solo Carb Bread Country White

Solo Carb Bread Country White

Solo carb is listed among the favorites on many review websites and for a good reason. This brand of keto-friendly bread is relatively inexpensive.

You can purchase the loaves on amazon for $28 or five loaves for $46.

On top of the excellent prices, the bread freezes incredibly well for up to six months and offers a 3g Net carb rating with 60 calories and no added sugar. Solo Carb boasts 200mg of heart-healthy Omega 3 fatty acids per serving and is low in fats, sodium & carbohydrates.

The only cons for this delicious artisan bread seem to be the size.

At 20g, it’s a bit smaller than average and much softer than regular bread, but many claim the taste and longevity make up for any losses.


Sola Sandwich Bread

Sola Sandwich Bread keto friendlyOn almost any website you go to, Sola (not to be confused with Solo), ranked just below Solo Carb Bread.

This keto-friendly bread is made by Sola Sweets and boasts an incredible texture that bread lovers will enjoy, but mediocre taste. Many reviewers even stated that the white wheat-like texture made this a go-to bread for them, despite the taste. Compared to the cost of Solo, it seems a bit more expensive with two loaves costing $23, as opposed to Solo’s three loaves for $28.

However, one slice does have only nine TOTAL carbs and only four NET carbs.

Because of the softness of the bread, it is suggested that the user should toast extra-long and may consider only using it for sandwich bread because of how long it does take it to toast. Sola is different from most bread companies because they not only offer more than just bread, but they also offer inexpensive variety packs.

They also make granola and granola bars. You can pick up a loaf of bread, three granola bars and a bag of granola of your choice for around $30 on Amazon.


Thin slim Zero Carb Bread

Thin slim Zero Carb BreadThin slim comes in at 3rd for its incredible low carb count, but lack of flavor. With bread made entirely of fiber and zero carbs, the lack of flavor and rough texture is to be expected.

Don’t expect to save a bundle on this bread either, it’s hard to stock up on this quality bread at $12.99 per loaf, compared to Sola and Solo’s bulk packs.

It also includes a $5.99 shipping price. Amazon reviews stated that the shelf life of the bread wasn’t long and often arrived moldy and unusable. However, those that arrive usably can be frozen for up to six months, extending the shelf life. The zero NET carbs make this an easy go-to for extreme keto dieters looking for a good keto-friendly bread and willing to give up on taste.

The bread does come with five different flavors including honey and cinnamon, so it’s a great option to keep open.


Mikey’s Sandwich Bread

Mikey’s Sandwich BreadAt two NET carbs, Mikey’s Sandwich Bread is one of the few brands of keto-friendly bread that can occasionally be found in brick and mortar stores around the country, as well as from their online shop.

It appears that their Almond & golden flaxseed bread is only available from their online shop. This makes purchasing the bread a bit of a pain. You must choose up to six items before you can have your products shipped for a total of $78 per six items, making the bread $13.99 per loaf.

It’s almost impossible to find reviews of the bread online, but because it is made from eggs, unlike most keto-friendly bread, it has a souffle-like texture and is almost impossible to use in anything other than a Sandwich.


Outer Aisle Gourmet Cauliflower Sandwich Thins

Outer Aisle Gourmet Cauliflower Sandwich ThinsOuter Aisle Gourmet Cauliflower Sandwich Thins is a unique take on the sandwich keto bread market, as you can tell from the name.

At three carbs per slice, this sandwich crust is made up of 60% cauliflower and incredibly versatile. Online pictures and reviews reveal customers using this sandwich veggie to make everything from sandwiches to pizzas and tacos. It freezes easy and boasts incredible flavor for a low carb, keto bread treat that can’t be missed.

The only problem with this bread is that it is a little on the expensive side with 24 thins costing an average $33 plus shipping. However, the quality taste, texture and freezable versatility may be worth the extra bucks for the low carb cost for keto lovers.


Base Culture Keto Bread

Base Culture Keto Bread7 nuts and Seeds from Base Culture has a three-star rating on amazon.

The 16 oz loaf boasts of 100% Paleo, Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Non-GMO, Dairy Free, Soy Free, and Kosher. The cost is a bit expensive at $9 plus an $8 shipping cost. There are only a few reviews on Amazon with varying results. A few say they arrived with mold and they weren’t allowed to return the bread, but those who received the bread without mold said that it had surprising texture.

The taste boasts of butter, coconut and honey because it is made from nut butter, cashews, and coconut oil, adding a bit of a unique flavor for sandwiches.


Schmidt Oldtyme 647 Wheat Bread

Schmidt Oldtyme 647 Wheat BreadThis bread boasts of 6g NET carbs, 40 Calories, 7g fiber and a taste impeccably close to regular white bread.

However, a look at the ingredients list will leave any natural food lover wondering how healthy and keto-friendly this bread is with contents like modified wheat starch, soybean oil, salt, calcium sulfate, monoglycerides, calcium propionate. However, according to amazon reviews, the bread does arrive on time and in fantastic condition. It also freezes well, extending the life of the bread.

This brand is carried by Walmart and some local stores, but if you can’t find it, you may find that the $14.50 on Amazon is worth it if you are looking for that wholesome white bread flavor.


Joseph’s Bakery Wheat Flour Pita

Joseph’s Bakery Wheat Flour Pita keto breadThere is a little bit of confusion when it comes to these Pita makeovers.

The main website for Joseph’s bakery claims that they are 10 carbs, while Amazon says they are only eight carbs. Reviews on both websites seem to agree with the main website. However, the bread does have a 4.5-star rating on Amazon and across the board. For low carb counters, it’s 60 calories in total per slice. Many users love how versatile the wrap is.

Made from oat flax, it isn’t as hard as some pita’s and can be bent into a wrap or taco for easy use. The Pita slices also come in a variety of flavors from Italian pita bread to low carb roll-ups and more from their bakery website.


Ezekiel 4:9 Bread, Original Sprouted, Organic

Ezekiel 49 Bread Original SproutedWith 12 grams of net carbs, this bread comes with some unique natural flavors made from sprout grains. Not only is it low in carbs, but the grains and sprouts that make this bread can also be high in fiber and antioxidants and be easy on the digestive tract.

However, it is not gluten-free and does contain soy and wheat, so not everyone may be comfortable with the ingredients list. This bread is easy to find in most local grocery stores or can be bought from the main website foodforlife.com.


As our world becomes more modern and chefs and bakers experiment with natural food, we are coming closer and closer to finding natural tastes that we are used to enjoying without the processed and unhealthy ingredients found in popular foods today. It is becoming increasingly easier to live all-natural lives that was intended from the beginning.

Bread is a huge part of that diet, it offers necessary fiber and nutrients that can be missed in other foods. Finding an all-natural, low-carb and keto-friendly version isn’t hard to find. However, you have to decide what you are willing to give up. All-natural bread will never taste like the store-bought, processed version. What tastes and quality can you get used to if it means living a happier, healthier and better life?