Low Carb Keto Buns
Since grilling is one of the most satisfying things you can do there’s really never a bad time to grill some meat. It’s also the easiest way to lose track of your macros and neglect your keto diet especially on family gatherings that involve barbecue. That’s mainly because grilled meat goes too well with bread and buns and if you don’t have any keto friendly buns you might be tempted, luckily we discovered a few buns that are keto which will let you get some hot dogs and burgers at your next barbecue. Low carb keto buns
Keto Buns, Low Carb Buns and Bread
We’ve made a rundown quite similar to this one with our low carb breads but this time our focus is on buns and rolls that are keto friendly which are also available online. The two criteria that we had when we made this list were:
- Low net carbs, meaning not taking into consideration the dietary fiber and sugar alcohols from the total carbs
- The edibility of the bun as well as its texture which has to be strong enough to hold together your burger or hot dog.
Of course we put the best as our number 1 choice. These buns are fluffy and soft and have no net carbs at all.
Although you can tell that they are not regular buns they are pretty close to them. The reason is the texture itself is crumbly because of the absence of gluten. They are composed mainly from dietary fiber which gets the texture very close to the regular buns.
The complete list of compounds is: Purified Water, Erythritol, Whey Protein Isolate, Proprietary NON-GMO Fiber Blend (Oat Fiber, Rice Fiber, Corn Fiber, Flax Meal) Eggs, Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavor, Sesame Seed, Cellulose Gum, (Topping) Spices, Salt.
Just like the name suggest they don’t contain any net carbs. They are a little rough regarding their texture and taste and you can taste a bit of a protein bar aftertaste because of the main compound utilized which is wheat protein. They tend to hold great because of the gluten that’s being added to them and toasting them is actually a great idea.
They have 2 types, the Hamburger buns and Hot Dog Buns and the compounds they utilize to make them are: Wheat Protein Isolate, Vital Wheat Gluten, Modified Water Starch, Flax Seed Meal, Oat Fiber, Olive Oil, Chicory Root, Salt, Yeast, Apple Cider Vinegar.
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This company creates many bread products that are keto friendly but the 2g net carbs per bun is a bit higher compared to the other items on our rundown so we’re placing them last.
They taste quite nice although the texture is a bit tough since they are made from almond flour. Utilizing almond and flax seed gives you more fat so it’s richer for keto. They tend to hold together quite well.
The compounds they are made of are: Water, Vital Wheat Gluten, Almond Flour, Flax Seed Meal, Wheat Protein Isolate, Modified Wheat Starch, Oat Fiber,Soy Bean Oil, Calcium Propionate, Yeast, Vinegar, Stevia.
The last item on our rundown is not actually a hamburger or hot dog bun but it’s possible to use it as one.
What you might not know about these, is that they can be grilled and they turn out amazing. The flavor of the cauliflower of these thins isn’t too strong in case you were worried about that and they are low on carbs so they can easily be utilized as a form of buns for you burger or hot dog.
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