Soft, wonderful keto bread… in a pressure cooker.

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End of the year work stuff so a short one today. The holidays are just about over but that doesn’t mean the good foods have to stop! Many of you got electric pressure cookers recently, did you know you can use them for more than meats and soups? How about some nice, soft, fluffy bread? One thing that I really miss is a good bread. Something light AND SOFT. Right. Anything but cloud bread :D. There is soul bread but damn, the calories are INSANELY HIGH and we know that calories DO matter. I would rather spend my calories on some corned beef or cake than a slice of bread, just sayin’… This recipe has the same calorie count as your typical white wheat flour recipe without all the bad stuff (and has protein which is always a good thing). I made it in a round dish, you can make it any shape you want as long as your heat-safe dish fits in your pressure cooker. Yes, they make some nice 7″ bread loaf pans that should fit in most standard cookers (I have two that fit in our Instant Pot). I made this round because I wanted it pretty for Christmas �?�

Recipe after the jump!

Keto pressure cooker bread.

  • Servings: 8
  • Time: 30 min
  • Difficulty: easy
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2 tbsp almond flour
2 tbsp pea protein isolate
2 tbsp whey protein isolate
2 tbsp butter. melted
2 eggs
1/2 tsp xanthan gum
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup oat fiber
1 tbsp baking powder
3/4 cup water

Prepare a glass, silicone, or metal baking dish that will fit inside your pressure cooker by lightly greasing with your preferred oil or red palm shortening. I used an 8″ round Pyrex bowl. Individual smaller bowls could be used for making dinner rolls. Fill bottom of pressure cooker with 1.5 cups of water. Place steamer rack in pressure cooker. Your baking dish will sit on this when cooking.

Making the batter is stupid simple, so simple it should be illegal. Put all the ingredients in a blender – wet ingredents first, dry next, with the baking powder as the last item. Pulse until smooth. Quicky transfer batter to the baking dish (the batter should be thick and a little sticky, use a spatula to assist). Place the baking dish on the steamer rack, close pressure cooker, set for 20 minutes at high pressure. When timer completes, immediately release pressure. Carefully remove lid as to not drip collected water on the bread. Remove dish, let cool for five minutes before flipping bread out onto cooling rack. Slice. Slather with butter. Eat.

**NOTE: If you want a browned top, wash with egg and place under the broiler for 2-3 minutes until desired color**

Soft, wonderful keto bread... in a pressure cooker.

Soft, wonderful keto bread... in a pressure cooker.

Nutritional information (per serving slice) : Calories: 102, Fat: 5, Protein: 5, Carbs: 17, Fiber: 16, Net carbs: 1

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