Fast and easy keto almond flour bread rolls made without eggs! With only 5 ingredients , they are naturally vegan, grain-free, oil-free, & 78 calories each.
Keto Vegan Bread Rolls
Ready for a new favorite almond flour recipe? I’ve got one you are sure to love. That is, unless you oppose the idea of fresh-from-the-oven dinner rolls that delight, satisfy and nourish in one feel swoop.
Who’s with me?
This is what you have in store: Keto Almond Flour Bread Rolls. Don’t you want one right now?
Nutrition for Keto Almond Flour Bread Rolls
These light, fluffy bread rolls have a tender, bready-y texture, just as any good bread roll should. Further, the rolls have a neutral bread flavor (in other words, they are perfect with everything).
Great taste & great texture are bread essentials, but these delectable rolls have even more going for them. They are also:
Vegan (no eggs, no dairy)
Made with 5 ingredients
A mere 78 calories apiece
Ready to make a batch? They are quick and simple to make, so why not go ahead and grab a bowl to get started!
Measure out the water and add the teaspoon of vinegar. You can use any neutral vinegar that you like, such as cider vinegar, white vinegar or white wine vinegar.
Pour the water-vinegar into the bowl of dry ingredients and, working quickly, stir until completley combined (i.e., no visible dry ingredients).
Step 4: Let the Dough Stand for 2 to 3 Minutes
Once the ingredients are mixed, let the mixture stand for about 2 to 3 minutes. That’s all that it takes for the psyllium and coconut flour to soak up the liquid, creating a thick (but not stiff), pliable dough.
The dough should feel moist to the touch; if it feels stiff and somewhat dry, you might have added too much flour. It’s not a problem if it is slightly off, but you will need to add more water. Start by adding a teaspoon at a time until the dough is moist.
Step 5: Roll the Dough Into Balls
The last step before baking is to divide the dough into 8 equal portions and roll each into a ball. The dough is extremely easy to work with, so the rolling is simple and quick.
The portions of dough should be approximately 35 grams each. Once rolled, each piece will be just larger than a ping pong ball (they will get bigger as they bake).
Time to bake! Slide the baking sheet with the dough balls into a preheated 350F oven and bake for 33 to 37 minutes until golden brown and firm to the touch.
The baking time may sound long for small rolls, but it is correct. It is due to the unconventional combination of grain-free flours and psyllium. Psyllium provides the necessary structure for these rolls to work. The long bake time allows the interiors of the rolls to dry out and transform (like magic) into bread.
It’s worth the wait. Here’s the end result:
Transfer the baked rolls to a cooling rack and cool completely.
Go ahead. Slice open a roll to reveal the interior.
Taste & Texture of the Keto Vegan Bread Rolls
“Ordinary” is not a compliment for most foods, but it is here. These rolls taste like ordinary bread! In the absence of grains, eggs, oil, sugar, gluten, and yeast, ordinary is extraordinary!
The rolls are light and fluffy, and their neutral, toasted almond flavor is ideal with any toppings or fillings, sweet or savory.
My favorite way to eat them? Perfectly plain.
Can I Make Bigger Rolls?
Yes! I like the smaller rolls for snacks, breakfast, and enjoying alongside soups and salads at lunch and dinner. Each small roll has a mere 78 calories, yet significant fiber (3.7 grams). That translates to hours of satisfaction (adios, cravings!).
If you prefer large rolls, simply divide the dough into larger portions and bake longer.
For 6 Medium Rolls:
Divide the dough into 6 equal pieces (each portion approximately 46 grams). Roll into balls and bake for 40 to 45 minutes.
For 4 Large Rolls:
Divide the dough into 4 equal pieces (each portion approximately 70 grams). Roll into balls and bake for 45 to 50 minutes.
I know that you will LOVE these keto vegan bread rolls. Happy baking!
In a measuring cup or small bowl, combine the water and vinegar. Pour water mixture into the bowl of dry ingredients, stirring until completely combined. Let stand for 2 to 3 minutes for the dough to thicken (the dough should feel moist, firm & springy; if dry, add a small amount more water).
Divide the dough into 8 equal portions (about 35 grams each) and roll each into ball (a bit bigger than a ping pong ball). arrange on prepared baking sheet, spacing at least 2 inches (5 cm) apart.
Bake in the preheated oven for 33 to 37 minutes until golden brown and firm to the touch. Remove from the oven and transfer the rolls to a cooling rack. Cool completely.
Storage: Store the cooled rolls in an airtight container at cool room temperature for 2 days, the refrigerator for 1 week, or freeze for up to 3 months.
Net Carbs: Each small bread roll has 2.1 grams of Net Carbs.
Whole Psyllium Husk Substitute: 5 teaspoons (15 grams) of psyllium husk powder (made from whole psyllium husks) can be used in place of the whole psyllium husks. Do not use products such as metamucil; the recipe will not work. Flax and chia will not work as subs in this recipe.
Make Bigger Rolls: For 6 medium-size rolls, divide the dough into 6 equal pieces (each portion approximately 46 grams), roll into balls, & bake for 40 to 45 minutes; For 4 large-size rolls, divide the dough into 4 equal pieces (each portion approximately 70 grams), roll into balls, & bake for 45 to 50 minutes.
Hi I don't have vinegar.. What can I substitute it with
Wednesday 3rd of February 2021
Thank you Camilla, made these tonight, fluffy, tasty and delicious, had mini tofu burgers, going to try the tortillas tomorrow.
Friday 1st of January 2021
Hey! Sorry.. just scrolled back and got it. Sorry again, my bad
Friday 1st of January 2021
Hi ! Want to try these. Can you please tell me what temp to bake them at?? Thank you
Wednesday 16th of December 2020
Delicious recipe, fast and easy. The family loved it, which is rare! I didn't have coconut flour on hand and substituted Hemp Protein powder (equal amount) and it was delicious.
It's easy to add cinnamon and allspice to make it a sweet treat or use TJ's Everything Bagel spice on top for a savory take. Very good recipe, thank you!