Keto Chocolate Bread Recipe [Video]

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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5 from 2 reviews

Keto Chocolate Bread Recipe is a low carb dessert made with coconut and almond flour, that is delicious and quite healthy! Enjoy it for breakfast, or as a snack with some butter on top!

If you love the low car recipes, we have some delicious once to choose from. Like our popular Cheesecake, Italian Chicken Skewers, or Chocolate Brownies.

Keto Chocolate Bread Recipe

Low Carb Chocolate Bread 

Making this Keto Chocolate Bread Recipe is not only easy, but it results in one tasty and crazy good bread. Unlike other low carb desserts, this one does not use Xanthan gum. We try to keep it healthy and utilize only coconut and almond flour, with sugar-free chocolate chips, and some cacao. 

This results in one wonderful, and moist treat! The texture is nice, and you can enjoy it as a snack in the morning with a cup of tea or coffee, or simply as a regular dessert whenever you crave something delicious and healthy!

Also, you can enjoy it if you are diabetic or trying to reduce some weights. It is a great alternative to many sweet, and perfect for a ketogenic diet. Give this recipe a try and you will love every bit of it!

What is a low carb dessert?

As the name suggests, it means the daily intake of carbohydrates in the dish is reduced. Usually, it includes eliminating grain-based flour, and many sweets. And as an alternative, coconut or almond-based flour is used, with sugar substitution, or sugar-free products in it.

The great part about this Keto Chocolate Bread is that it satisfies the sweet and bread craving, in one easy recipe. Not to mention, it is healthy, and quite filling!

Keto Chocolate Bread

How to make chocolate zucchini bread?

Zucchini is also great to incorporate into a ketogenic diet. It is low-carb and healthy and can be utilized in many main dishes. To make it, you will simply have to follow the same recipe instructions below and add about 1 cup of shredded zucchini to the mix. Then, pour the batter into the pan, and bake. Just follow the same instruction, just add some shredded zucchini. 

Can I substitute coconut and almond flour with all-purpose flour?

To keep it keto-friendly, you really have to limit the use of all-purpose flour because of the carbs count. Therefore, we do not recommend substituting it if you are on a ketogenic diet. However, if you are not on one, then obviously you could replace it with grain-based flour. 

Can I eat chocolate on keto?

Yes! Even though it is best to use drank chocolate that contains a minimum 70% cocoa solids, or even more. The higher the content of the cocoa solids, the less sweet it is, which also has fewer carbs. One ounce (28 grams) or unsweetened chocolate, which is basically 100% cocoa, contains about 3 grams of net carbs. 

What to serve with Keto Chocolate Bread?

This recipe is already great to serve as is since it is quite filling and satisfies the sweet tooth. However, you can add some topping on it to make it more flavorful. Some suggestions are:

  • Keto cream cheese frosting
  • Sugar-free caramel sauce
  • Pumpkin pie frosting
  • A dollop of low-carb ice-cream
  • Raspberries and Blackberries

Easy Keto Chocolate Bread

How to store Keto Chocolate Bread?

Wrap it with plastic or cover with foil, this way the bread will last longer and not dry out as fast. At room temperature, it will last for up to 3-4 days. Similarly, you could wrap it, and then refrigerate for up to 7 days. If refrigerated, try heating it up in the microwave for about 10 seconds, it will make it moist and tender. 

Recipe tips

  • We use a regular size 9″x6″ loaf pan to make this recipe. We recommend lining it with baking paper so it has two handles on the sides to lift the bread after baking.
  • Also, to make it a larger portion, use a larger loaf pan. For the double-sized portion, the ingredients will have to double, and also the cooking time will increase by 5-10 minutes. 
  • To check the doneness of the bread, insert a toothpick and it should come back clean. 
  • This recipe can be made to make cupcakes as well. Simply use the same ingredients and steps up to pouring the batter in the pan. Instead, of a loaf pan, use a cupcake pan.

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5 from 2 reviews

Low Carb Keto Chocolate Bread

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 8 slices
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 45 minutes Total time: 55 mins

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Nutrition information

Calories: 206 Carbohydrates: 6 Protein: 6 Fat: 17 Saturated Fat: 9 Cholesterol: 153 Sodium: 446 Potassium: 86 Fiber: 3 Sugar: 0 Vitamin A: 535 Calcium: 33 Iron: 1.3
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Tara Pittman

I am drooling over here. I need to make this tomorrow for a snack.

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Jeanette

You had me at chocolate! This is so going to happen and I mean it's going to happen really soon. I love chocolate.

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Brianne Tursi Manz

Hello, chocolate! This is perfect for those that are on the keto plan, who can enjoy some sweets with no guilt

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Krista

I love that you have a recipe that does not contain Xanthan gum. I always have almond and coconut flour on hand and I can't wait to give this a try!

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You will love it

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Stefani Tolson

Yum, that looks good. I try to eat the Keto way and will have to try this.

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Rachel

I know a number of people on keto. I have a friend that has been living the keto lifestyle for two years and says she feels amazing.

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Celebrate Woman Today

Great simple recipe, Catalina. I will freeze my bread slices. Out of the freezer, they taste really good!

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Elizabeth L

Looks like a delicious recipe for anyone following the keto lifestyle. Mmm Chocolate!

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Heather

This sounds amazing! I can't wait to try this keto recipe. If I can have bread, I'm down!!!

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Natalie

YUM! This chocolate bread looks so delicious and perfect as a yummy snack!

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Shelly

Made this bread today. Came out perfect, although I did sub a 1/4 cup coconut flower for the protein powder. Great treat for maintenance on Keto. Thanks!

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Sylvia

What kind of protein powder would you reccomend?

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I like Isopure Zero Carb, Keto Friendly Protein Powder.

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Amy

Are the carbs per slice?

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yes

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Jeri

I found this recipe looking for a chocolate bread. It seems very simple and easy...I have everything listed, and am going to go bake it. I'm gonna have it with 2 tbls. whipped cream on top---tonite...YUM.! 😋

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Mercedes Martillo-Zapata

What kind you use instead of swerve? I want to do it badly but I don’t have swerve

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any keto sweetener will work

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