The Complete Guide to Keto Bread in Hong Kong

by | Dec 8, 2021 | 0 comments

Hong Kong is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, but keto bread hasn’t been part of that for too long. We’ll show you where to find keto bread in Hong Kong and what keto bread options are available so you can enjoy ketogenic living.

This guest blog is written by Sne Epstein who is a keto bread baker by profession. You can follow her on Instagram.

What is keto bread?

A ketogenic diet is a low-carbohydrate, moderate protein, and high-fat diet. Frequently referred to as LCHF (low carb, high fat), it is important to note that it is only high in nutritious fats such as nuts, seeds, coconut, avocados, ghee, olive oil, yogurt, etc. Besides sugar, carbs (all flours, rice, grains) are eliminated which also makes it gluten-free by design.

Keto bread is flourless, has a distinct flavor and texture compared to conventional bread but more importantly, it does not result in a peak in energy followed by a dip. Instead, it helps maintain your energy levels constant and you will be impressed by how it keeps you fuller for longer. There is no spike in your insulin levels which consuming regular bread gives you. This makes it diabetic-friendly too. Additionally, the absence of wheat results in a gluten-free loaf of taste and health!

Keto bread is a great way to add healthy fats and protein to your diet. It is exceptionally low in carbohydrates (as low as 2.4 grams net carbs per slice!) making it perfect for ketosis.

Buying keto bread at supermarkets

Keto bread can be found in select supermarkets and health food stores in Hong Kong. Some stores that stock Keto bread is Foodie Yard (Causeway Bay & Admiralty) and Foodcraft (Kennedy Town).

Foodie Yard locations:

  • Shop D11, 1/F Queensway Plaza, Admiralty.
  • Shop 268, 2/F Causeway Place, Causeway Bay

Foodcraft location:

  • Room A, 16/F, Yiuga Factory Building, 62 Victoria Road, Kennedy Town.

Keto bread at restaurants

Most keto breads have around 30 grams of net carbs per loaf. There are a few keto-friendly restaurants in Hong Kong that stock Keto bread such as Infiniti C (branches in TST, Sai Ying Pun & Kennedy Town).

Infiniti C locations 

  • Shop 6, G/F, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town
  • Shop A, G/F, Kings Hill, 38 Western Street, Sai Ying Pun
  • Kiosk LA202, Level 2, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Shop No. G3, Ground Floor, Nan Fung Tower, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, and 88 Connaught Road Central

Making instant keto bread at home

Making your own keto bread is easy, and all you need are a few simple ingredients. I’m always on the lookout for a delicious and easy keto bread recipe. I’ve tried many different recipes, but none beat this one by jenniferbanz.com! The process is so quick – you can make microwaveable keto bread in under 2 minutes with just 5 ingredients from your own kitchen!

Ingredients for making your own keto bread:

  • 3 Tablespoons of Almond Flour
  • 1 Tablespoon of oil or melted butter
  • ½ teaspoon Baking powder
  • 1 large egg, beaten
  • Pinch of salt (skip if your butter is salted)

Nutrition for 1 serving using almond flour: 315 calories / 29g fat / 5g carbs / 2g fiber / 11g protein

Microwave instructions:

Use a round microwavable ramekin (a bowl or mug will also work fine) that is 4 inches in diameter or a 4-inch x 4-inch microwave-safe container. Add the melted butter or the oil to the dish and swirl the butter around. Next, add the rest of the ingredients into the container and mix them all together with a fork. Tap on the counter a few times to remove all the air bubbles. Put the container into a microwave on high for 90 seconds. After that, remove it from the microwave and let it cool.

Watch Jennifer make it here:

My top tips for making keto bread at home 

Making keto bread at home is so simple, I can’t even pretend it’s hard than this. The tips for making your own low carb/high fat ketogenic diet-friendly loaves are really quite straightforward:

  1. Use room temperature eggs
  2. Fine almond flour
  3. Let bread cool completely before slicing.

Keto bread shopping list hong kong

In the recipe, I mentioned above (my favorite keto bread recipe!) there are only 5 ingredients, so in order to make keto bread at home all you will need to do is buy a single ingredient and that’s almond flour!

If you’re in Hong Kong, you can buy almond flour at The Store HK or buy almond flour at iHerb. Or if you are elsewhere, you can buy almond flour from Amazon.

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Best keto bakes in Hong Kong

Keto bread is available in Hong Kong, you just need to know which stores stock it.

My love for keto baking was born when my husband opted for the keto lifestyle for health reasons. Under my brand Keto Aviatrix, I sell sweet and savory keto and gluten-free products like bread, donuts, cakes, quiches, pies, and buns. All of my products are baked to order and customized to client-specific requirements as needed.

My best sellers are my Keto Almond Chia Bread, Keto Cupcakes, and my Keto Spinach and Feta Quiche.

I bake from a licensed kitchen and my Keto bread is available at Foodie Yard, a health food store in Causeway Bay with a branch in Admiralty. Alternatively, all my products are available to order through my Instagram page. WhatsApp orders are also available.

Health foods are usually associated with a hefty price tag which I am not in favor of and hence do my best to offer keto products at reasonable prices to the Hong Kong market. Delivery options are also available to all parts of Hong Kong.

Other keto food available in HK

Keto bread is not the only keto-friendly food available in Hong Kong. There are plenty of keto products you can buy in HK if you know where to look. We particularly like Infiniti C, The Cakery, and Sweetpea Cafe for sweet products. For other keto-essentials, you can’t beat The Store or iherb.

Finally

The keto bread debate is over. Now that there are quite a few sources of Keto bread in Hong Kong, it’s your duty to try them all out! So go ahead and grab a slice (or two). You won’t regret it. And please let us know which one you like the best.

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