90 Second Keto Bread that Actually Tastes GOOD


90 Second Keto Bread is one of those recipes that everyone on the ketogenic diet needs in their life if they miss bread. Quick and easy to make, you’ll love having a low carb bread option at your fingertips. This is seriously the best keto bread recipe.

90 second keto bread cut open on a cutting board


A hamburger bun or slice of bread might be what many of us dream about those first few weeks of eating a keto diet. I think we all start looking for some kind of substitute to satisfy our bread cravings. I know I tried a host of different recipes, which left me feeling disappointed mostly.

Then, I started hearing about 90-Second Keto Bread. If you’ve ever tasted it straight out of the microwave, you may understand why I think it is a lifeless, dull, flimsy eggy bread. I am just not that desperate for bread if I have to eat it like that.

I love tweaking recipes and thought there has to be a solution that would bring this keto bread to life. The key to a delicious 90-second keto bread recipe is browning it in a skillet before serving with a little butter to make it crisp.


It is simply a single portion of a keto-friendly bread cooked in the microwave for 90 seconds.


This particular recipe has 1g net carbs per serving. This will vary depending on the serving size. 


90 second bread before I cooked it


  • Egg (you can also use an egg white if you are particularly sensitive to foods tasting eggy)
  • coconut flour
  • butter
  • sour cream
  • baking powder
  • cheese
  • pinch of salt

After you mix up all the ingredients, it will look a little lumpy like this in the picture above. Now, you simply microwave for 90 seconds.

90 second bread in container

This is sad, lifeless 90-Second Keto Bread straight out of the microwave. You don’t want to eat it like this as it will taste spongey and eggy. The next steps are the most important in the process of making the best keto bread recipe.

90 second bread cut in half

How to reheat and cut your low carb bread

I tend to make my 90-Second Keto bread rather thin in a ramekin instead of a mug. Otherwise, it is just too thick for me. You’ll need a serrated bread knife to cut the bread in half horizontally.


Melt butter in a skillet and sear bread on both sides until it’s crispy. I use an 8″ skillet.

90 second bread horizontal

There are so many ways to enjoy this 90 second bread keto recipe. 

90 second bread bacona nd cheese

Crispy thick-cut bacon and a variety of cheeses make this bacon and cheese sandwich simply divine.


90 second bread roast beef

Last night I made Keto Pot Roast and remembered a recipe at lunch today where you serve pot roast on bread with melted cheese. As I was making the bread, I decided to change up some of the ingredients in hopes of making it even better. I can say that it was a total success. You do still need to crisp it up in a skillet or toaster oven for sure, but the flavor is so much better with the changes I made.

90 second grilled cheese2


This Grilled Cheese on 90-Second Keto Bread is delicious with two kinds of cheese. There are so many ways to enjoy this amazing low carb bread substitute.





Low Carb Keto Queso Dip:

Step 1: Melt butter in a ceramic or glass bowl. (mine was about 6 inches)


Step 2: Add the rest of the ingredients and whisk together until combined.


Step 3: Cook in the microwave for 90 seconds.


Step 4: Remove from the microwave and allow to cool for a minute or two.


Step 5: Cut bread in half like a bun (each side will be thin).


Step 6: Heat 1 tablespoon of butter in a skillet and cook 90-Second Bread on each side until crisp.


More Keto Recipes to Try

I love this recipe and believe it is the best queso recipe I’ve ever had. It is excellent for both keto dieters and non-keto diets. If you like this recipe, then you’ll love the ones we have on our Keto Recipe Index. There are tons of amazing recipes for dips, meals, soups, and desserts! 


How to Make 90 Second Keto Bread Recipe:

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90 Second Keto Bread that Actually Tastes GOOD

90 Second Keto Bread is a fantastic low carb bread substitute that is easy to make and delicious.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: bread
Cuisine: American, casual
Keyword: 90 Second Bread
Servings: 1
Calories: 264kcal
Author: Kasey Trenum


  • 1 tablespoon coconut flour
  • 1 1/4 tablespoon butter, melted
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon sour cream
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 tablespoon cheddar cheese, grated


  • Melt butter in a ceramic or glass bowl. (mine was about 6 inches)
  • Add the rest of the ingredients and whisk together until combined.
  • Cook in the microwave for 90 seconds.
  • Remove from the microwave and allow to cool for a minute or two.
  • Cut bread in half like a bun (each side will be thin).
  • Heat 1 tablespoon of butter in a skillet and cook 90-Second Bread on each side until crisp.


Calories: 264kcal
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Nutrition Information – 264 calories, 22.8 grams of fat, protein 10.8, carbs 4 – 3 grams of fiber = 1 net carb
*according to myfitnesspal app

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  1. I don’t always have sour cream around. It is one of those items that I use here and there. Often I have to throw it out before I use it all. Any chance Greek yogurt would work in its place?

    1. I’m not sure. I’ve never tested it with greek yogurt. I have subbed cream cheese and it worked just fine.

    2. Thanks for your response! I’m going to first make it as shown, but the cream cheese is another good option. If I try the yogurt, I’ll let you know how it turns out!😃

    1. I haven’t tried this exact recipe as a chaffle. I’m not sure if it would work out, but it might. If you give it a try let me know if it works.

  2. Kasey, Anyway I can make this without the cheese? My husband won’t touch anything with cheese in it unless I can sneak cream cheese in if there’s enough other flavors so he doesn’t taste it. A lot of times I just leave the cheese out, but this looks like one of the main ingredients. Thanks

    1. There are chaffles that are made without cheese. My chocolate chip chaffle recipe has no cheese. kaseytrenum.com/chaffle-keto-recipe

  3. I made a quadruple batch of this and instead of cooking then splitting it, I split it in half in the Tupperware type burger shaper. Microwave about 50-60 seconds and Perfect burger size!! I froze mine and pop them in the toaster for use.

  4. Hi Kasey – I love this recipe!! Definitely a game changer for me!! I tried a few tweaks that I think you might like!! I substituted cheddar cheese with mozzarella cheese and added 1/4 teaspoon phyillum husk powder!!! So good!! Just wanted to share!! Thanks for sharing all your fabulous recipes!! I follow you very closely and you never disappoint!!!


  5. 5 stars
    I am so pleasantly surprised! I have tried keto breads in the past so I quite frankly didn’t have high hopes, but this was actually GOOD. I substituted coconut flour for almond flour, and while I haven’t found the right amount for the best taste/consistency, this was an awesome foundation to work off of.

  6. 5 stars
    Such a great idea to fry this in a pan! I mean soo much better than all the egg in a mug recipes that don’t add this great piece of information!! Then I put our bacon in the pan. Then 2 silicone rings which held an egg each. Then my husband slapped on a piece of cheese before I could think about how many calories this all was going to be! And it was Super Delicious!!! Thank you soo much!!! I printed off more to try too!!! They all look great! And we use a lot of almond flour & coconut flour has more fiber so I’m glad to be using that for a change cause I have a huge bag of it in the fridge! AND I’m reading Coconut Cures by Bruce Fife so I’m extremely happy to be using coconut flour. I put the oil straight in my coffee every morning now too. If anyone wonders why, read this book and read the book Alzheimers Disease What If There Was a cure by Mary Newport MD. Thank you Kasey, you are another Godsend!!!

  7. I have what may sound like a stupid question. I don’t have a microwave — any suggestions on making this with stovetop and/or oven?


    1. I’d stick it in the oven at 350 degrees until it’s done. Not sure how long it would take to bake you’d just have to watch it.

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