Low Carb Bread Rolls only 2g net carbs

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These Low Carb Bread Rolls are magnificently just like the real thing but with only 2g net carbs per roll!

Honestly I am totally in love with these low carb rolls. They are super simple to make as well. Absolutely perfect for a low carb burger or a low carb salad roll. 

With only a few changes from our Low Carb Bread Recipe these rolls are so perfect. Amazing just with butter, a salad roll or crazy good burgers.

low carb bread roll with salad

low carb bread roll ingredients

Yes these rolls do use some specialty ingredients. For most Aussie’s Oat Fiber is only available from Elite Health Supplements or iHerb. These two places are at least the most affordable at least. 

Oat Fiber is NOT Oat Flour. No matter what your local health food shop tells you. Oat Fiber is made with the husk of the oat (the groat). It contains no carbohydrate and helps keep this keto bread recipe super low in carbs.

Vital Wheat Gluten flour contains wheat. This recipe is certainly not for those low carb or keto followers who do not consume grains. Gluten Flour is a low protein flour that is much lower carb than wheat flour. 

Flax meal. I use golden flax meal. Golden flaxseeds are best freshly milled for any low carb baking. Always store in the fridge or freezer after opening as flax can quickly go rancid.

Inulin is used as a sugar substitute for activating the yeast. Sugar or honey can be used in its place to activate the yeast. It should be noted that yeast will consume the carbs from sugar or honey if used. Inulin is prebiotic insoluble fibre sourced from plants. It has sweet properties naturally occurring and can be used to feed and activate yeast as well as be used in baking and sweets. Other sweeteners like xylitol and erythritol will not activate yeast. 

The yeast I use is just your standard dried yeast from most supermarkets.

Low Carb Bread Rolls on tray

tips on how to make the best rolls

  1. Activating the yeast. The water must be warm to activate yeast. Add the inulin or sugar/honey to help activate. Cover the bowl with cling film and/or a silicone mat and leave somewhere warm to activate. You will kknow when it is ready as the top will be thick and foamy.
  2. When combining ingredients never add the yeast and salt together. Salt kills yeast. If you follow the list of ingredients in order of the recipe you will be safe.
  3. Knead for a minimum of 5 minutes. The dough should be soft but not sticky. If the dough is too wet add a little more flaxmeal to help absorb the moisture. 
  4. The mix makes roughly 700g total mass. Cut into 10 x 70 g pieces and roll. Watch the video within the recipe for a simple rolling technique.
  5. Cover and place in a warm place to allow buns to double in size. Leave plenty of room on the baking tray for them to rise.
  6. Season. I season with a mix of nigella seeds, sesame seeds, celery salt and onion granules.
  7. Bake and cool on wire rack before slicing and serving.

Low Carb Bread Rolls on tray

alternative serving suggestions

These buns could be hollowed out and used for mini low carb cob loaves or soup in a bun. Use the soft dough in the centre for dipping. How yum does that sound?

Flavour with garlic and cheese for tasty garlic bread.

Make into hot dog buns for a tasty hotdog

Top with cheese and bacon for a tasty variation.

There are endless possibilities to enjoy these low carb keto buns to suit your own ketogenic or low carb lifestyle. 

low carb hot dog on black plate

want more low carb keto bread recipes?

  1. Low Carb Bread Recipe | Keto bread
  2. Low Carb Focaccia Bread (with olives)
  3. Chocolate Cacao Keto Bread
  4. Keto Banana Bread | Sugar free recipe
  5. Best Keto Bread Recipe – No eggy taste

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low carb bread roll with salad

Low Carb Bread Rolls

Amazing how much these are just like real bread rolls but with waay less carbs. Only 2g net curbs per bun. Perfect for a humble salad roll or with your favourite burger fillings.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 30 mins
Resting time: 1 hr
Total Time: 1 hr 40 mins
Course: Breads
Cuisine: Australian Keto
Keyword: low carb bread roll
Recipe Category: Low Carb
Calories: 168kcal
Servings: 10 rolls
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  • 1 cup warm water
  • 2 teaspoons inulin
  • 7 g yeast 1 sachet dried yeast
  • 2 eggs
  • Pinch salt flakes
  • 1/3 cup (plus 2 tbsp) golden flax meal or pepita meal if you do not like the flax seed taste
  • 1/3 cup almond meal
  • 1/2 cup oat fiber click for supplier
  • 1 1/4 cup vital wheat gluten click for supplier
  • 70 g butter cubed
  • 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum


  • Mix inulin and yeast into water and cover with cling film and a silicone mat and leave in a warm place until yeast activates. This can take 20-40 minutes. It should be thick and foamy on top


  • Add all ingredients (in recipe order) to mixer, including activated yeast. Using dough hook attachment knead dough for 5 minutes on a slow speed.
  • Transfer to bench top and knead for one minute until dough comes together. Cut into 10 x 70g pieces. With a slightly wet hand, cup each ball of dough and roll gently into a bun. (See video for quick demonstration)
  • Place each bun on a large baking tray lined with baking paper. Ensure there is plenty of space allowed for the bun to rise without touching others.
  • Cover buns with silicone mat and clean towel. Leave in warm place for approximately 1 hour until buns have doubled in size.
  • Sprinkle bread rolls with sesame seeds.
  • Preheat oven to 170℃.
  • Bake 30-35 minutes. Cool on wire rack.


  • Mix all ingredients to mixer, including activated yeast 5 minutes/dough setting. Follow from step 2 above.



1. The bread rolls can be frozen.
2. Oat Fibre is zero net carb and zero calories
3. Vital Gluten is high protein and low carb. Derived from the protein found in the endosperm of wheat this flour does contain gluten and is not suitable for gluten intolerant or coeliac.
4. Use a mixture of seasonings in the dough or sprinkled on top for different variations.


Serving: 1roll | Calories: 168kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 14g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 48mg | Sodium: 68mg | Potassium: 71mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 220IU | Calcium: 49mg | Iron: 1.4mg | Net Carbs: 2g
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  • Lynda says:

    5 stars
    Oh wow. These bread rolls are so light and fluffy and taste delicious. Hamburgers are on the menu again. They will go beautifully with soups too.
    I never thought I would get to eat proper bread again let alone bread rolls!!. Our Keto life is complete.
    Thanks Megan these bread rolls are amazing!!!😍😍

  • Ellen says:

    Have you tried using this dough for pizza?

  • Tania says:

    Hi there nust windering if i could use psylium hus instead of oat fibre

  • Anne B. says:

    This is the best ketosis bread ever! I’ve probably tried them all. I’ve made it several times and it never fails.

  • mercy says:

    when the recipe is converted to US measurments it says:
    1 cup warm water
    2 teaspoons inulin
    1 1/2 tsp yeast 1 sachet dried yeast
    2 eggs
    Pinch salt flakes
    1/3 cup (plus 2 tbsp) golden flax meal or pepita meal if you do not like the flax seed taste
    1/3 cup almond meal
    1/2 cup oat fiber click for supplier
    1 1/4 cup vital wheat gluten click for supplier
    4.73 tbsp butter cubed
    1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum

    is this correct? thank you i cant wait to try the recipe

    • Megan says:

      Hi Mercy, yes those measurements can all work. To make the butter easier just go with 4 tbsp. I have used up to 1 tbsp of the insulin to activate the yeast as well

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