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Keto-friendly Hearty Bread

I love bread.

I can skip eating rice, pasta or noodles as long as there's bread. I love the soft butter buns, I love ciabatta, I love wheat loaf, I love "bonete," which is a bit hard to find nowadays. I prefer breads that has smooth texture.

So I was very happy when I received a basketful of Keto-friendly loaves from Hearty Bread.



I've discovered Hearty Bread several months back when we were doing our groceries in Glorietta. What I love about it is that it is Keto-friendly and is sugar-free also. My husband is a borderline diabetic so feeding him good food can be a challenge sometimes.

Here's my family's top 3 faves:

Banana Bread- who doesn't love banana bread? This one is moist and a slice is quite filling already. I love it with a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Hubby loves this also because it doesn't taste sweet.


Pumpkin Carrot Sourdough Loaf - something healthy that even a picky-eater will love. And it is really filling, a slice or two is heavy meal already. Another favorite especially my hubby which he said is good as having a slice of cake. Okay, I think he misses his sugar dose! hahaha


Cheesy Charcoal Almond Loaf - not love-at-first-sight but after the initial shock that it's really black and it is quite soft (didn't I say I love soft breads?), tastes good also. Of course, the cheese helped. No need for a spread since it is flavorful already. This one is best with a glass of cold orange juice.


And because we can't finish the whole basketful of Hearty Bread goodies (you know, they don't use preservatives also), I shared some love with my neighbors. Thank you Hearty Bread.



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