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Low Carb Bread Mix

Original price $7.50 - Original price $7.50
Original price $7.50
$7.50 - $7.50
Current price $7.50
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Love bread, but not all the carbs?

🌾 Please note that this product contains GLUTEN 🌾

Nothing Naughty Low Carb Bread Mix is our keto-friendly seedy loaf which is a delicious way to cut down on carbs and is packed with high-quality protein and fibre to keep you satisfied and nourished.

Transform your Sunday by baking wholesome bread at home. This simple pleasure is a great way to reach your health and wellness goals throughout the week.

Locally made in Tīrau, New Zealand, our Low Carb Bread Mix is packed with linseeds, a superfood known for it’s high levels of fibre.

  • 8-10g protein per serve
  • 3-4g fibre per serve
  • Less than 1g of sugar per serve
  • Less than 5g of carbs per serve
  • Plant-Based

Impress your family and friends with our healthy homemade loaf, made with love. Enjoy it alongside meals for a seedy kick or grab a slice after a workout, for breakfast, or as a snack. Packed with seeds, it'll help keep you full and energised throughout the day.

❄️ Pop me in the freezer after a few days to keep me fresh!

🥑 Buy me in the NEW Keto Bundle and get a free Nothing Naughty tin!

🍞 Make me in Nothing Naughty Embossed Bread Tin.

Our Low Carb Bread Mix bags include a sachet of yeast inside the bag.

Please note: you don’t need a bread hook to make this. While we're updating the packaging, simply knead for the same amount of time specified on the packaging.

Need some inspo for toppings? See below 👇

🥑 Avocado with pickled onions

🍌 Almond Butter & Banana with a drizzle of Maple Flavoured Fibre Syrup on top

🥪 Seedy salad sandwich

🥣 Buttered bread alongside a bowl of soup

🥜 The classic peanut butter on toast (want a low-fat alternative? Try our Premium Powdered Peanut Butter)

  • How to use

    Add 300ml warm water to 7g dry yeast and 400g bread mix. Knead for approx. 2-3 minutes for a dense bread, or for 6-8 minutes for a fluffier bread. Place dough in a loaf pan and let sit (at 25-30C) for approx. 20 minutes for a dense bread, and up to 50 minutes for a lighter, fluffier bread. Bake in a pre-heated oven for 40-45 mins at 200-220C.

    Bread Maker:
    Add 300ml warm water to 1 sachet of yeast and 400g bread mix in your bread making machine. Run the standard or quick whole grain bread program. Choose 500g bread weight on the bread making machine. If your machine is only suitable for larger breads, we suggest multiplying the recipe 1.5x for a good result.

  • Ingredients

    Original: Wheat Gluten, Linseed, Kibbled Soy, Sunflower Kernels, Wheat Bran, Emulsifier (471), Salt, Antioxidant (300).

    Garlic & Herb: Wheat Gluten, Linseed, Kibbled Soy, Sunflower Kernels, Wheat Flour, Wheat Bran, Emulsifier (471), Garlic Powder (1%), Herbs, Salt, Antioxidant (300).

  • Packaging & Recycling

    Soft Plastic Recyclable
  • Servings


Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
DIane GIbson

Not too happy with this product as it didn’t really rise in my bread maker and looked like a jumbled mess when done and rather flavourless.

Jane Basten
Exceptionally good

Easy to make and very tasty loaf. Keeps well and great to toast.

Angela Harris
Was okay ?

Bread didn’t really rise very well … very dense …and didn’t really have a lot of flavour.

I bought the 3 pack …. So next loaf I will add more yeast and onion and garlic powder and maybe some grated Parmesan?

Very good value for money thou compared to other keto bread mixes 😉

Jean D
Versatile Bread Alternative

Love using the bread mix as base for bread and rolls, occasionally mix it with additional seeds & nuts for crunchier experience, or combine it with another for variation, or sprinkle or plat the dough before sprinkling with seeds. Always bake till it sounds "hollow" or spike comes out clean. Easy to use as small pizza base too, yummy. Happy to recommend.

Waste of money..

I so wanted to like this locally made product but.. The bread didn't bind or rise in my bread maker and I ended up with a hard lump of something which was inedible. I thought it may have been a one off but no, the second time I used the mix the result was the same. I threw it into the bird feeder yet despite all the seeds, even the birds wouldn't eat it! I've gone back to using my usual low carb bread mix (from a very well known brand) as it turns out perfect every time, is readily available at the supermarket and its cheaper.