Keto Bread Pudding is the perfect way to treat yourself to a low carb dessert. Add some berries on top and this is one tasty dish that you're not going to want to share. (The good news is - you don't have to!) Enjoy every bite of this delicious bread pudding recipe. It's gluten free, low carb, and sugar free.
I really love the flavor of this low carb bread pudding. The hint of sweetness added by the coconut milk is one of my favorite parts! The kids and I always talk about this dish for hours after we bake it and eat it because the flavor is really just that good!
When you're craving an easy bread pudding recipe, I highly recommend whipping this one up. Why? Because it's not only perfect for your keto friendly diet but I love that there are only 9.1 net carbs per serving. Anytime I can eat a delicious dessert and not have any of the guilt, I'm going to enjoy those bites of keto bread pudding every single time!
And if you're anything like me, once you tempt that sweet tooth, it's hard to stop. Luckily, I have some other amazing low carb desserts that you can whip up as well. Give my Almond Flour Mug Cake a try as well as my Sweet Cream Coffee Caramel Ice Cream!
For the bread:
Butter - Salted butter is what I use for this bread pudding recipe. If you only have unsalted butter make sure to add a pinch of salt.
Almond flour - Almond flour is a keto-friendly flour. It adds a bit of nutty flavor without being overpowering.
Coconut flour - Coconut flour is delicious and gives a slight hint of sweetness to this dish.
Eggs - These are the binding agent for the other ingredients.
Coconut milk - Coconut milk is perfect for baking because it's a great flavor enhancer.
Baking powder - A tad bit helps to give the bread some fluff.
For the custard:
Eggs - Eggs are the binding agent that helps also give that custard texture.
Coconut milk - Adding this type of milk provides richness and a hint of coconut.
Sweetener - My go-to sweetener is my Joy Filled Eats Natural Sweetener.
Heavy cream - This adds a bit of thickness to the texture.
For the topping:
Frozen mixed berries - A mixture of berries like strawberries, raspberries, or even some frozen cherries would be great.
How To Make Keto Bread Pudding
This easy keto bread pudding isn't complicated at all. The following steps show that you can whip it up in no time!
Step One: Preheat the oven to 350.
Step Two: Stir together ingredients for the bread.
Spread in an 8x8 baking dish. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden. Cool for 10 minutes and cut into 1-inch cubes. (Can be made the day before).
Expert Tip: The bread can be baked in a loaf pan if you prefer but will need an additional 5-10 minutes.
Step Three: In a bowl, blend together the custard ingredients until smooth.
Step Four: Place cubes of bread in the 8x8 baking dish. Pour the custard mixture over the top. Sprinkle on the berries.
Step Five: Bake for 45-55 minutes until golden brown and set in the center.
Unsweetened almond milk - If you want to use almond milk instead of coconut milk, you can.
Cinnamon - Add a teaspoon of cinnamon is a great way to kick up the flavors.
Vanilla extract - I love the flavor of vanilla so sometimes I'll add in a teaspoon as well.
Caramel sauce - You can really take the flavor of this low-carb bread pudding recipe over the top with a drizzle of caramel sauce or syrup. Just know that any addition like this will up the net carbohydrates per serving.
Cream cheese frosting - Turn this into a rich decadent dessert with some cream cheese icing on top.
Chocolate - Want a chocolate bread pudding? Swap out the berries for some sugar-free chocolate chips or chunks.
Why is my sugar-free bread pudding dry?
If the bread pudding is dry, make sure that you're measuring out your egg mixture correctly. If you need to add in a tad bit more liquid, you can do so but be careful to not add too much.
Also, make sure that you're not overbaking as this will cause it to dry out as well.
Do you eat bread pudding warm or cold?
This is the best part about this keto bread pudding recipe! You can eat it warm, hot, or cold. That means that when the craving hits, you can just dig in your spoon for a bite.
How to store leftovers of this dessert bread recipe
The easiest way to store leftovers is to keep them in an airtight container and store them in the fridge. It should stay fresh for 2-3 days. If you want to freeze bread pudding, wrap it with plastic wrap after it has cooled down and then store it in the freezer for up to 2 months. This simple bread recipe is great to prep and store for later.
- 1 cup frozen mixed berries
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Stir together ingredients for the bread.
- Spread in an 8x8 baking dish. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden. Cool for 10 minutes and cut into cubes. (Can be made the day before).
- Blend together the custard ingredients until smooth.
- Place cubes of bread in the 8x8 baking dish. Pour the custard mixture over the top.
- Sprinkle on the berries.
- Bake for 45-55 minutes until golden brown and set in the center.