Almond Butter Bread - Divalicious Recipes (2024)

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This is a simple bread fromjust a few ingredientswhich is easy to make. It gives a nice soft bread that could be used for sandwiches, toasted or a nice topping spread all over it.

I use my own made almond butter, but you could always buy the expensive version in a jar if you have no food processor. You could always add nuts or bananas to this bread too for a more exotic version!

This did not last the day in the household so has my Chief tasters seal of approval. We used it for cheese and toast but I suspect that it would be lovely as French bread, but will have to wait for the next batch as I am currently looking at two ends after the husband..aka Chief taster got to ti. It can be frozen too, so you can make this ahead for bread emergencies!

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Almond Butter Bread

Angela Coleby

4.67 from 6 votes

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Course Bread

Servings 8 Slices


  • 1 Cup Almond Butter
  • 4 Eggs
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder


  • Preheat the oven to 150C/325F degrees.

  • Whisk the almond butter and eggs together.

  • Add the salt and baking powder and mix well.

  • Put the mixture into a greased and parchment paper lined loaf tin.

  • Bake for 30 minutes.

  • Remove from the oven and cool. Slice, eat and enjoy!


Yields 8 slices.
Nutritional Info per slice - 229 Calories, 21g Fat, 7g Protein, 7g Total Carbs, 1g Fibre, 6g Net Carbs

The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator.

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  1. KCJ

    I turned this into a "cake" by adding 1/4 brown sugar, chopped almonds, and chocolate chips. Fabulous!


  2. Anu

    I made these into bread rolls by adding 50g of oat fibre so that I could form them into buns, and it was lovely. They almond butter makes them more dense than some other keto breads that I have tried, but the flavour is very nice and these are great sliced into half toasted, slathered with butter. Will definitely make this again, next time I will stick to the original version and bake as a loaf! Thank you for sharing 🙂


    • Angela Coleby

      I like the idea of adding oat fiber!


  3. Izzi

    Only bread I’ve found that I can eat on candida diet. Love how soft it is & tastes delicious. One thing I’d say is to use less salt as I found it a bit salty. Will definitely be baking again.


    • Angela Coleby

      Great to hear! Thanks for the review!


  4. J Munson

    Just made this recipe with homemade macadamia nut butter. Great flavor and the texture was lovely. Curious about keeping it nice and inflated, mine baked beautifully but quickly fell while cooling. Any tips for keeping it nice and round?


    • Angela Coleby

      I think it may be due to the brand of almond butter. I've made it with different ones and some rose high, others were flat. I would recommended you separate the eggs, whisk up the egg whites and fold them in to keep the height.


  5. Mrs Cook

    Dumb question from a new gluten free cook....did you mean to oil the tin or the paper?
    In the oven now, fingers crossed!


    • Angela Coleby

      Oil the tin. Hope it worked out for you!


  6. Bethany

    Do you know for how long this bread keeps for?


    • Angela Coleby

      About 3-4 days in the fridge


    • Angela Coleby

      Any almond butter will work. I've even baked this with homemade almond butter (just whizz almond nuts in the blender until you have a butter).


  7. Lindsay

    I just made this and can’t believe how simple and delicious it is. Thank you for the fabulous recipe!


    • Angela Coleby

      Thanks! I keep meaning to try it with another nut butter. One day...;)


  8. Meg

    So this does not call for ANY almond flour?


    • Angela Coleby

      Yes. Just almond butter. Other nut butters work too!


  9. GiGi

    I have made several variations of this. Today I added two small ripe bananas, added a little cinnamon and used crunchy almond butter in the recipe. My version of a not real sweet banana nut almond butter is delish!


    • Angela Coleby

      I LOVE the idea of crunchy almond butter! Brilliant!!


  10. Shabnam

    lovely! have you tried this peanut butter too?


    • Angela Coleby

      Yes I have. It was delicious!


  11. Linda @ Fit Fed and Happy

    My only fear is this coming out a little "Eggy" with an almond butter taste. Does it have the same consistency as bread?


    • Divalicious

      I did not find eggy, and it is like a soft bread. Hope you enjoy it!


  12. ggofatl

    No flour or yeast? Seems something is missing to have bread.


    • Divalicious

      Welcome to the world of gluten free bread! Wonders can be baked with almond and coconut flour, just to keep the carb element down. Bread without bloating, or raising your sugar levels...enjoy 🙂


  13. Christianne

    I want to bake this, and soon, but please can someone tell me what size loaf tins you are using for this bread and for the almond flour bread?
    Thanks in advance.
    Love your recipes x


    • Divalicious

      Thank you so much for popping by! Glad you are enjoying the recipes!

      I used a fairly small loaf tin..not sure of exact size but it's not that big.


  14. libby anderson

    Made it and it was good. Many thanks


    • Divalicious

      Fabulous Libby! Glad you enjoyed it!


  15. libby anderson

    Isn't this suitable for low carb too?


    • Divalicious

      Yes it is! So simple to make too!


  16. glenda

    Wow! I can't believe this has simple steps. Definitely going to try this.


  17. Devina Divecha (FooDee)

    That's it? That's all you have to do to make bread?! THAT'S IT?! *mouth hangs open*
    Love it! Btw when you say "one cup", how much is that? :S Sorry I'm a very weird cook (and I say the word cook loosely :P); need exact measurements for everything and I'm unsure what one cup means.


    • Angie C

      hee hee...I use cup measurements that I brought from M&S but you can buy them in most stores too. I would guess that it equals about 8oz....


  18. I Live in a Frying Pan

    Love this! It's so simple even I could make it, and I probably will! 🙂


Almond Butter Bread - Divalicious Recipes (2024)


Why didn't my almond flour bread rise? ›

Or almond flour is a gluten-free flour, and therefore the yeast can't help the bread rise. Below are some tips to make flour-based bread rise more are: Beat liquid ingredients fast using an electric beater to add air to the bread dough. Beat the entire bread dough, don't hand mix.

What does bread made from almond flour taste like? ›

You CAN taste the almond in almond flour bread. I think it has a pleasantly nutty and ever so slightly sweet flavor. This recipe contains psyllium husks. Psyllium does not only help with the fluffy texture, but also makes your entirely grain free loaf taste a bit like whole-wheat bread.

What do I do if my bread doesn't rise enough? ›

But almost as good as a proofing box is taking a Mason jar filled halfway up with water, microwaving it for two minutes, then putting your bowl of dough into the microwave with the jar to rise. The other thing you can do is place your lidded container or bowl of dough into a second, larger bowl of warm water.

Can I replace all-purpose flour with almond flour? ›

Almond flour is a little more moist than wheat flour, and doesn't have quite the same binding qualities. You'll do best to substitute 1:1 to begin with, as many recipes respond well to this direct replacement. But be prepared to add more almond flour as you go to compensate for the wetter batter.

Is almond bread good for diabetics? ›

Almond flour is a low glycemic index food. Compared to wheat flour, almond flour has fewer sugars and carbohydrates. Switching to almond flour can help people with diabetes manage their blood sugar levels more effectively. Almond flour contains a lot of prebiotic dietary fiber.

How healthy is almond bread? ›

Almond flour bread is a quick recipe that can be made by stirring ingredients in a bowl, without yeast. Almond flour is known to have a lot of health benefits. Made from ground almonds, this flour is gluten-free, low in carbs and rich in nutrients, particularly vitamin E and protein, mentions Healthline.

How do you get almond flour to rise? ›

Yeast doesn't really work well with low-carb flours like almond flour, so it's pointless to add. Egg, baking powder, and baking soda make almond flour rise, though.

Does almond flour dough rise? ›

Using Almond flour will not make your read rise at all. Dough rises because gasses produced by the yeast are captured in the dough by the gluten structure. Almond doesn't have gluten so no structure and not rising.

Does almond flour rise the same as regular flour? ›

When you replace some of the all-purpose flour with almond flour in non-yeast recipes, you'll probably notice a difference in how your baked goods either rise, or spread. Cookies and scones may spread more; cake, biscuits, and muffins may rise less.

What causes bread not to rise when baking? ›

Outdated or improperly stored yeast: Yeast is a living organism that makes breads rise and creates flavor. But yeast loses its oomph as it gets older, or if it's improperly stored. Check the expiration date on packets, and store yeast in the refrigerator or the freezer to slow down its deterioration.

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