Three Delicious, Low-Carb Garlic Bread Recipes

There are delicious foods that aren’t everyday staples because of their nutritional value. Whether or not you have blood sugar concerns or are just watching your carbohydrate intake, some foods are simply not part of a healthy diet. Garlic bread usually falls into that category. It’s bread covered in butter and (frequently) cheese. It’s so tasty that you’ll have a hard time finding anyone who doesn’t like it.

We frequently tell ourselves those indulgent foods are off-limits. Then they become a siren song, making us want them even more than if we hadn’t outlawed them from our diets. That’s why today we are looking at garlic bread. Make no mistake: these recipes aren’t going to make garlic bread a health food. These garlic breads won’t become part of your regular rotation, but, they will allow you to eat garlic bread more frequently than you were before! Our rules for ourselves while picking these recipes were simple: fewer than 200 calories, fewer than 20 grams of fat and fewer than five grams of carbs. So, here are three types of tasty garlic bread for you to enjoy!

Cloud Garlic Bread

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Cloud bread is fantastic: all you need is eggs, cream cheese and cream of tartar and you have bread. This recipe adds garlic butter and a sprinkling of cheese. It yields crispy delicious garlic bread with only 129 calories, one gram of carbs and 11 grams of fat. Get the recipe.

Mozzarella Dough Garlic Bread

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It’s incredible how many ways clever people have found to replace grain flour in bread. This recipe uses mozzarella and almond meal for a base. By scoring the dough deeply before baking, making it easy to get the ten slices that the nutritional information is based on. Each slice has 117.4 calories, 2.4 grams of carbs and 9.8 grams of fat. Get the recipe.

Delivery-style Cheesy Garlic Bread

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If you love cheesy garlic bread sticks from the pizza place, these might be right up your alley. The recipe uses yeast to mimic the flavor or regular bread even though it won’t make grain-free bread rise. Each portion has 175 calories, four grams of carbs and 16 grams of fat. Get the recipe.

We hope you enjoy these recipes in your kitchen! Let us know what you think by emailing socialmedia@neulivenhealth.com.
July 23, 2019
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