Perfectly made those Low Carb and Keto Fiber Bread Rolls Recipe are extremely delicious and irresistible to make. One look at them will convince you to try and make them right this moment. Without any doubt or guilt, they are always here.
The idea to make those perfect buns came to me on 2 occasions.
As you see our previous bread recipes, we have the Keto Farmers Bread, which is just the best bread ever. But on the other side, we also have a Low Carb Yogurt Buns or Protein Buns, which are as perfect as bread is. They are just different texture and used on different occasions.
We in our house eat all of them. We are equally satisfied with both of them. And I do bake them both all the time and have it in the freezer for whenever needed.
They are perfect as sandwiches, especially using our popular Tuna Salad in.
But then I had this question.
What if I combine the 2 best recipes into one?
This was something, that stayed in my head, but I have never made any effort to move it forward.
Until I have purchased the little Kaiser Rolls tiny shaper stamp gadget on Amazon.
Kaiser Bread Rolls
If you have ever heard of Kaiser Rolls (also called Vienna Rolls) they have originated from Austria.
As we do live in Vienna, I see those Kaiser Rolls on every corner, in every baker’s shop. It would not be me if I would not try and produce the exact same look and feel but in a much healthier option.
And this little gadget lets you achieve exactly that. I mean, you can try and make it with your own knife, but why? Why when you have the gadgets?
Keto and Low Carb Kaiser Bread Rolls.
When I saw this Kaiser Rolls stamp gadget, the idea of mixing the 2 recipes into one came immediately into my head.
Since I love the white flour looking texture on top of the Keto Farmers Bread, I knew, with this little gadget I can achieve the exact same look for my new Keto Fiber Bread Rolls.
We have baked our Keto Farmers Bread already probably 100 times since it is eaten on a daily basis. What I and my daughter love about baking it, is the different decorations we are trying to achieve every time. We always try and paint with our spatula something different on top of the bread.
The same effect would be if I will use our new gadget with those Keto Fiber Bread Rolls.
But as original Kaiser Rolls are soft and white from the inside, it reminded me so much of our Low Carb Yogurt Buns.
I instantly knew mixing both of the recipes would be just perfect.
And since this recipe calls for a Greek Yogurt, have a look how easy you can make one on your own with our own Keto Instant Pot Greek Yogurt.
What Fiber to use in Keto Fiber Bread Rolls?
As we have made the Keto Farmers Bread with Potato Fiber, I have only later realized, this is not freely available in the US. But so many of our readers did not let themselves down and tried it with Fibers available in the US. The most popular and closest to the Potato Fiber is Oat Fiber and everyone have agreed you get the same results.
I have made a decision to purchase Oat Fiber as well and made those Keto Fiber Bread Rolls with both of the Fibers to see the outcome.
I can fully agree with our readers and can suggest using either of them.
And as Dietary Fiber is so needed in our lifestyle here are just some details about them both.
What is Potato Fiber?
Potato Fiber has been around for quite a long time. It is a very trending health ingredient used mostly in Europe, especially Sweden and Germany as a replacement for various Low Carb or Keto goodies.
The texture of Potato Fiber is very similar to whole wheat flour. A bit darker from the color, but also pretty dry.
Even though it is made from potatoes, which are a complete NO-NO in our lifestyle, it does not raise sugar and provides you with full dosage of so needed fiber.
What is Oat Fiber?
Oat Fiber, exactly as a Potato Fiber is an insoluble fiber from the Non-digestible Oat hull.
It is a perfect binding agent together with other varieties of Low Carb or Keto flours such as Coconut or almond flour.
Once used in the recipes, keep in mind, that both of those fibers soak up lots of liquid and recipes needs to be altered.
Whole list of all Oat Fiber Recipes is for you to look at as well.
Benefits of Potato or Oat Fibers:
Both the Potato and or Oat Fibers are in general insoluble Dietary Fibers, used mostly for
- enrichment of fiber in our diet
- reducing the calories in food
- carbohydrate reduction
- creates less fat absorption while frying
- works as a perfect water binding solution
- is Glutenfree
- allergen Free
- replacement of gluten in baking goods
- excellent for digestion
- weight management
- helps in lowering cholesterol
- keeps your blood sugar in the stable levels
As I see it, I will be making definitely more and more recipes from both of those fibers. So look out for them in the very near future.
How do you store Keto Fiber Bread Rolls?
As all of our Keto or Low Carb Breads, Buns or Rolls, they all are made from fresh ingredients. Therefore they do not last for a long time.
The best advice I can give:
Do not keep them out for a long time. They will not survive. Keep them for maximum 2-3 days.
The best option is to just keep whatever amount you need for the next 2 days.
The rest of it place into the freezer.
On a daily basis, take the amount you need for the next day.
A perfect addition to our Bread collection is those lovely Keto Italian Breadsticks you can use for Breakfast, dinner, with your soup or as a snack during the day.
Can you freeze Keto Fiber Bred Rolls?
As every single bread recipe I make, I always keep it in the freezer for future.
I am not the type of person, who bakes in small amounts on a daily basis and therefore if I bake, I double or triple any of the recipes. Then I just separate them into smaller batches and place in the Ziploc bag.
DIY Airtight Vacuum Sealer:
How do you take the air out of Ziplock Bag for freezing?
I don’t know if you have seen that trick of taking the air of any ziplock bag with goods ready to freeze? If not, I will try to describe it.
- Take a ziplock bag and place whatever food you need to freeze.
- Close it to about 80%
- Where it is not yet closed, place a straw inside, preferably a hard one or a metal one.
- Close the Ziplock all around the straw, leaving the only tiny hole where the strawy is.
- With your mouth, suck all of the air from the ziplock bag slowly pulling the straw away from the bag.
- Once you are satisfied and there is no more air inside the bag, take one more deep breath and quickly take out the straw, while zip-locking the rest of the bag.
- That’s all. A homemade Airtight Vacuum Sealer is born.
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- Heat up the oven to 150C or 300F
- Mix all of the dry ingredience
- Separate eggs and mix all of the eggwhites first. Set aside
- Mix egg yolks fully.
- Add Yogurt and all of the wet ingredients
- Spoon by spoon keep adding all of the mixed dry ingredients
- At the end add egg whites and mix it gently and fully
- Cover the bowl and let it rest for half hour
- Prepare a baking sheet with Parchment paper
- Once rested, with wet hand make small balls, which you then flatten a bit at the end with hands to achieve rolls
- Once all is on the baking sheet, add a little bit of Potato or Oat Fiber to achieve the white look after baking
- With knife of your super Kaiser Roll Shaper Gadget press on each Roll to give it the perfect end touch
- Place it into the oven and bake for 40 Minutes
- Bon Appetit
For this recipe you can use Potato Fiber or Oat Fiber to achieve the results, which are identical.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 177Total Fat 14gCarbohydrates 7gFiber 7gProtein 11g
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