Aldi's keto bread keeps flying off the shelves. Debuting last year, the L'Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread is back at the grocery store known for stocking so many delicious foods — if you can get your hands on a loaf before it sells out (really, it's that popular). These loaves of bread have zero net carbs and a serving size also has five grams of protein and nine grams of fibre. This bread definitely packs a healthy punch — plus, it's also vegan.
You can grab a loaf of wheat or multiseed bread at your local Aldi to try it for yourself, but when we say that they keep flying off the shelves, we mean it. Some stores are even limiting shoppers to one or two loaves per visit. We get it, though — bread is such a delicious comfort food, and when you're watching your carb intake, it's is an easy food to cut out to keep your carb count low. So if you're cutting carbs for health- or weight-loss-related reasons but still want to enjoy some bread every once in a while, this could be a great solution for you. You don't have to be following a strictly keto diet to appreciate L'Oven's bread, either. This is a healthy alternative in general if you're looking for a substitute for white bread.
A serving size of this bread — just one slice — has 45 calories. The nine grams of carbs are balanced by the nine grams of fibre to give you zero net carbs, a stat that everyone seems to be raving about. If you're making healthy swaps and trying to keep your protein up, this bread could be a great addition to your day. Basically this bread can fit into most healthy-eating plans, or it can just be enjoyed for the tasty flavour even if you're not on a specific diet!