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Did You Know ALDI Sells Keto Bread with ZERO Net Carbs?!

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Have you heard of ALDI’s keto bread?!

If you successfully avoided bread since you started your low-carb journey, congrats on sticking to your diet like a boss! It’s not always easy, especially if you were an avid sandwich eater before you changed your ways for the better.

But by some miracle, the keto gods have graced us with something spectacular: KETO BREAD. If you’re already visualizing the perfect BLT, get in your car and head to the nearest ALDI (if you’re lucky enough to have one nearby) where you can score loaves and loaves of this zero-carb bread!

*Nutrition Disclaimer:*

Although this bread easily falls into the “dirty keto” category, we still think it’s an inexpensive and convenient alternative to carb-heavy regular bread so we thought it was still worth a post. If you’re gluten-free, then I’d steer away from this bread. The wheat products may cause gas and bloating when consumed in large amounts, so don’t go too crazy with how many slices you consume on a regular basis. And know that if dirty keto isn’t your style, then this bread may not be for you!


A loaf of bread with nutrition facts displayed on back

ALDI Zero Carb Bread Nutrition:

Serving size: 1 slice | Total Carbs: 9g | Fiber: 9g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 1g | Net Carbs: 0g

Ingredients: modified wheat starch, water, wheat gluten, wheat protein isolate, oat fiber (chicory), vegetable fiber, wheat bran, soybean oil, yeast, vinegar, salt, and preservatives (calcium propionate, sorbic acid).


holding zero net carb ALDI keto bread

Everyone wants to get their hands on a slice of this zero carb ALDI bread!

Finding an appetizing low-carb bread is kind of like hunting for lost treasure. So many options on the market taste funky and it can take some digging around to find one that actually tastes similar to regular bread.

ALDI’s keto bread is so popular and coveted that some are even selling it on eBay! This bread is obviously having a moment and we are here for it.

Hip tip: Check out these 81 keto finds at Aldi!


Three slices of bread on a table

The texture of ALDI’s keto bread is light, moist, and hearty.

Before I tasted this zero net carb bread, I honestly didn’t have high hopes that it would be good. I mean how can you make a keto-friendly bread that doesn’t taste just a little bit weird?

However, I found myself saying WOW (with a mouthful of club sandwich) after a couple of bites. It really does taste so similar to a carb-heavy loaf! It is just slightly chewier than regular bread, but the flavor is appetizing enough to even attract non-keto eaters.

A loaf of bread next to some slices on a table

My Hip sidekick, Stacy, is also a big fan of ALDI’s Zero Carb Bread:

“ALDI has two different kinds of Keto bread – the wheat bread and the multiseed bread; my personal favorite is the wheat bread. It totally has the same taste and texture of real bread. I have no idea what kind of magic they do to make it zero-carb, but it is amazing!

One thing I really like about it is that it toasts well. I normally can’t handle crumbs, but this bread doesn’t get crumbly like regular toasted bread so I love using it for toasted sandwiches or toast with a bit of butter and cinnamon/Swerve on it.  It’s a yummy, no-guilt treat!” 

Hip tip: This bread is quite popular and sells out pretty fast in-store, so you might want to stock up on a couple of extra loaves and freeze them for future use.


A tuna melt with pickles on a plate next to a loaf of bread

Get crafty with your ALDI keto bread in the kitchen!

Now that you can enjoy bread without all the guilt, just think of all the tasty meals and desserts you can whip up! From keto french toast and low-carb bread pudding to breaded chicken and the ultimate sandwiches, there’s so much you can do with your low-carb bread.

I couldn’t contain my excitement when I made myself a cheesy tuna melt with Aldi’s zero carb bread, and the best part was that the whole meal was less than 3 carbs and it tasted like I was eating a non-keto meal! 🙌


Want to skip the bread and make an unwich instead? Try this yummy Jimmy John’s Copycat!

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Comments 12

  1. Anne L

    I keep this in my freezer. It is fine toasted, but even fresh, I always feel like I am eating cardboard. Tastes so bland, but it is great when I am craving a sandwich or makes great French toast.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for letting us know how you’ve enjoyed it best!

  2. Jessica Godfredson

    me and my husband love this bread! Taste great!

    • Taylor (Sidekick)

      Right?! So glad you can get your hands on the Aldi in your area, Jessica!

  3. Britt

    My husband,brother and sister in law eat this. We freeze it and eat this toasted and fresh. It’s great! The wheat and multi seed varieties are great!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for commenting, Britt! Happy to hear this bread has been a hit with you and your family!

  4. Bev

    We were in IL for the summer and love this bread. Brought 3 loaves back with us but we’re about out now. Can’t wait for AZ to get their Aldi stores open.

    • Angie (Hip2Keto Sidekick)

      Hi Bev!! So glad that you’re getting an Aldi store! It’s a our family’s favorite store. The bread is actually pretty good, I would have to agree ❤

  5. Emily Smith

    This bread is so good. I even used it in place of bread crumbs on chicken tenders and the kids never noticed the difference😊

    • Angie (Hip2Keto Sidekick)

      Hi Emily! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I love it too. I would never have thought to use it for breadcrumbs. Great idea🥰

  6. Betty Cube

    It is satisfying and fills the need for bread at a great price. No more low carb baking for me.
    Only downside is the center of last 2 loaves have a tunnel through them. The individual slice is actually half a slice.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the feedback, Betty! Glad this bread has been satisfying.

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