Bread is one of the foods that people miss the most when they're on a keto diet. That's no wonder. Bread is incredibly versatile and forms the basis of many of our meals.
Hamburger buns are one important example. Sure, you can make keto burgers by skipping the bun entirely or by replacing it with something else, but sometimes you want a traditional burger with all of the ingredients.
This is why finding a good keto hamburger bun recipe is so important. Thankfully, there are plenty of these to choose from. We're featuring a variety of styles in this list, so there should be some that suit you, regardless of your dietary needs or flavor preferences.
Table of Contents
- Keto Hamburger Bun Recipes
- Low Carb Hamburger Buns
- Ultimate Keto Buns
- Keto Burger Buns
- Pillowy-Soft Burger Buns
- Low Carb Burger Buns
- Keto Dinner Rolls
- Keto Rolls And Sliders
- Low Carb Buns With Psyllium Husk
- Clean Keto Bread Buns
- Keto Bread Rolls
- Keto Bread Recipes – Four Ways
- Keto Cloud Bread – Low Carb Burger Buns
- Gluten Free Hamburger Buns
- The Ultimate Keto Burger Buns
- Low Carb Hamburger Buns
- Coconut Flour Hamburger Buns
- Keto Burger Buns
- Cauliflower Burger Buns
- Best Buns For Hot Dogs, Hamburgers And Sandwiches
- Keto Zone Burger Buns
- High Fiber Burger Bread Buns
- Tahini Bread Hamburger Bun
- Extra Soft Low Carb Rolls
- Best Keto Dinner Rolls
- Paleo Sandwich Bread Rolls
- Keto Dinner Rolls
- Two Minute Burger Buns
- The Best Low Carb Bread For Buns And Rolls
- Keto Breakfast Buns
- Veggie Keto Buns
- Keto Hamburger Buns
- Fathead Rolls
- Cheesy Keto Rolls
- Microwave Hamburger Bun
- Hamburger Buns
- Keto Burger Buns
Keto Hamburger Bun Recipes
PPS. You could also consider keto cloud bread recipes. Many of these create circles of bread that can be used as thin hamburger buns.
Low Carb Hamburger Buns
These buns from lowcarbmaven.com take advantage of the classic fathead dough, which is featured in many different keto recipes. The style is amazing, as you end up with a taste and texture that is very similar to regular bread.
As Kim mentions, the burger buns aren't fluffy like conventional bread. Instead, they are firm. The pattern is common across keto recipes. You won't ever find keto bread that is exactly like the bread that you could eat previously.
Ultimate Keto Buns
This recipe comes from ketodietapp.com and can be made in two distinct ways. One takes advantage of boiling water, while the other relies on lukewarm water. Both styles work well, it's just a matter of choosing whichever one is more appealing to you.
Martina doesn't just stop with providing the recipe either. There are details about a variety of substitutions that you can make, along with tips to get the best possible outcomes.
Keto Burger Buns
These burger buns come from Gerri at myketokitchen.com. They’re thinner than you might expect for buns, but this does help to keep the carb content low. You can choose whether to leave the buns soft or to toast them before you use them.
Gerri mentions that toasting the buns gives them a bit of a crunch, which makes them even more enjoyable. Of course, you might prefer the buns soft instead.
Pillowy-Soft Burger Buns
Speaking of soft burger buns, here’s a recipe from Paola at gnom-gnom.com. The buns even look like a conventional recipe, complete with sesame seeds and the right height.
One thing to mention is that the recipe does use yeast. As such, the recipe is a bit more involved than some other choices. You also need to make sure the dough can rest in a warm place, without significant temperature changes.
Low Carb Burger Buns
These burger buns are interesting because they’re suitable for paleo, vegan and keto dieters. The buns manage to look impressive, even though they don’t include any eggs or yeast.
In fact, the main ingredients are coconut flour and almond meal/flour. If you make the six buns from the recipe, each will have around 6.4 net grams of carbs. You can check out the recipe for yourself at sweetashoney.co.
Keto Dinner Rolls
Sam from heyketomama.com calls these dinner rolls, but you could easily use them as burger buns if you wanted to. You’d simply need to cut the rolls in half and put your fillings between them.
Sam mentions that you can change the size based on what you’re looking for.
If you make six rolls from the recipe, then each one contains around 2.3 net grams of carbs. If you make four instead (which is better for burger buns), then the net carb content will be higher.
Keto Rolls And Sliders
Here’s another recipe to consider. This time it comes from the site fitmencook.com. As with the previous recipe, you can adjust the size of the buns to suit your needs.
Smaller buns are great for sliders, while larger ones would be perfect for hamburgers. You can also customize the herbs that are included in the recipe to create rolls that taste amazing.
Low Carb Buns With Psyllium Husk
If you enjoy multigrain bread, this recipe from mypcoskitchen.com is a fantastic choice. Psyllium husk is used as a key ingredient to help the rolls stay together.
You end up with rolls that can be used in many ways. That includes eating the bun cold or toasting it. The flavor profile will also complement any savory topping or filling that you use.
Clean Keto Bread Buns
This recipe offers another style of bread roll to consider. These buns are free from yeast, which makes them easier and faster to prepare.
Priscilla also mentions that you can add in whatever herbs you like. The herbs will change the flavor profile, making the rolls taste even more interesting. All of the details can be found at recipes.priscillasoligo.com.
Keto Bread Rolls
Kirbie from kirbiecravings.com provides this bread roll recipe. The rolls are a variation on the fathead dough idea, so they rely on cream cheese, mozzarella cheese and almond flour as key ingredients.
As Kirbie mentions, the texture and flavor isn’t exactly the same as yeast-based bread. That’s to be expected and is true for most keto bread recipes. You’re still certain to enjoy the rolls. They would work well for making burgers or sandwiches too.
Keto Bread Recipes – Four Ways
As the name suggests, this recipe offers four different types of bread that you can create. The base recipe can be created in the microwave or in the oven.
The microwave version takes just 90 seconds, while the cooking time in the oven is 10 to 15 minutes. The four flavors that are discussed are cheese, broccoli, bacon, plus spinach and feta.
You could probably make your own versions too by following the patterns in the recipes. Check out all the details at cookinglsl.com.
Keto Cloud Bread – Low Carb Burger Buns
This recipe is for cloud bread and it comes from fatforweightloss.com.au. As Aaron explains, cloud bread is common as a keto bread alternative. It is a light and fluffy type of bread, so it doesn’t have the density that you might be expecting.
Still, the style can work well as a hamburger bun, especially if you don’t want a meal that is too heavy. Each serving contains just one net gram of carbs.
This helps keep your carb intake low, even if you’re using two pieces of bread to make your hamburgers.
Gluten Free Hamburger Buns
Michelle from sunkissedkitchen.com provides another type of keto burger bun. Her buns end up having a similar texture to wheat bread. This also means that they aren’t too dense or crumbly, helping you to create tasty burgers every time.
The whole grain style is a nice alternative to white burger buns. Another cool thing is how easy the recipe is. It only takes around five minutes to prepare the buns, giving you plenty of time for other things.
The Ultimate Keto Burger Buns
These burger buns satisfy many different dietary requirements. This includes being gluten free, dairy free, paleo and keto. They even fit into clean eating diets, which is pretty impressive.
The recipe itself comes from mynaturalfamily.com and includes an interesting added ingredient (chorizo!). The extra ingredient complements the buns well, making them full of flavor.
The one limitation with this recipe is the shape of the buns. Some people might feel like the buns aren’t thick enough.
The shape also makes it clear that the buns aren’t a conventional style. While the shape would be fine in most situations, it could be an issue if you are serving picky eaters.
Low Carb Hamburger Buns
These burgers come from thelittlepine.com and they do look like conventional hamburger buns. The buns are also vegan, making them suitable for a wide audience.
Lindsey also highlights a variety of different toppings that you could use for the buns. She uses Everything but the Bagel seasoning, which comes from Trader Joe’s, but there are plenty of other options too.
As Lindsey points out, you get to choose the size of your finished burger buns. Just be aware that larger buns will contain more carbs per serving.
Coconut Flour Hamburger Buns
As the name suggests, these hamburger buns rely on coconut flour. They come from the site ketogenic.com and you can easily make them in the comfort of your own home.
The ease of preparation partly comes from the short ingredients list, as well as from the clear set of instructions. If you make the recipe as written, you end up with four buns, which each contain less than four net grams of carbs.
Keto Burger Buns
These burger buns look a little different than previous examples. The recipe at theketocookbook.com clearly shows why this is – you’re using a microwave-based technique.
The style is similar to a mug cake. You’re including a handful of ingredients in a cup or small container and then microwaving it.
You’re not making many buns at a time this way, but you have your hamburger bun in a matter of minutes. The time factor makes the recipe perfect if you’re making buns just for yourself or for a small family.
Cauliflower Burger Buns
This recipe comes from the site madcreationshub.com. They use cauliflower as a key ingredient, which creates a flat patty-like burger bun style.
You are still using some low carb flour to make the buns, but not as much as you would with other keto burger bun recipes. While the general style might seem a little unusual, you do end up with versatile buns.
Their flavor also nicely complements a variety of burger ingredients.
Best Buns For Hot Dogs, Hamburgers And Sandwiches
Here’s another example of flat hamburger buns. This time the recipe comes from buttertogetherkitchen.com and is incredibly popular. Seriously, the buns have an insane number of Pinterest shares.
Kasey also mentions that the recipe can be used in many different ways. All you need to do is shape the buns based on what you want to make.
The carb content is also very low. If you make five buns, then you’re getting a little under 0.5 net grams of carbs per serving.
Keto Zone Burger Buns
This recipe comes from the site ketozone.com (as you might have guessed from the recipe title). The buns rely on almond flour, along with some other common keto ingredients.
Don mentions that the finished buns taste even better than the ‘real thing’. They’re fairly low in carbs too, with three net grams of carbs per serving.
High Fiber Burger Bread Buns
The high fiber nature of these buns is a key reason to try them out. Many of us need more fiber in our diet, so why not get it in an enjoyable manner?
Like many of the buns on this list, these ones don’t rise especially high. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It does mean that the size of the buns won’t overshadow your other ingredients. The recipe for the buns can be found at queenketo.com.
Tahini Bread Hamburger Bun
While these hamburger buns are very flat indeed, they’re too good to ignore. The recipe makes five servings. That gives you enough to make two burgers, with one bun left over. Of course, the buns are thin enough that you could use them for sandwiches too.
If you stick to the five servings, then each serving contains less than two net grams of carbs. Andrea (from forestandfauna.com) mentions that some people choose to cut each slice in half, which lowers the carb count per burger.
Extra Soft Low Carb Rolls
Here’s a recipe from the site ketoconnect.com. The bread rolls rise much more than many other recipes. They’re also soft in the middle, which is very appealing.
The final texture strongly depends on the baking time. There are various times mentioned in the recipe. It’s worth playing around with the timing to get the exact texture that you’re looking for.
Best Keto Dinner Rolls
These rolls come from Wardee at traditionalcookingschool.com. They’re based on the recipe from The Diet Doctor, but Wardee has tweaked that recipe to create dinner rolls that are easier to prepare.
Easy is always good when it comes to rolls, as many people create burgers when they want a convenient meal. The recipe is also pretty impressive, making 20 rolls that can be stored in the fridge or the freezer.
Paleo Sandwich Bread Rolls
Faith from anediblemosaic.com provides these bread rolls for you to try. She mentions that they have a great flavor and are not too eggy. The texture is even similar to regular bread rolls.
The recipe makes four buns and these each contain just three net grams of carbs. Like other items on this list, the rolls are perfect for burgers and work well for plenty of other uses too.
Keto Dinner Rolls
These rolls are designed as dinner rolls, but they would still work well for sliders, so we’re including them in the list. The recipe itself comes from castironketo.com and is one of many amazing recipes on that site.
Alex has based the rolls on the popular fathead dough approach. As a result, the recipe is easy to follow and the rolls will taste as good as they look.
Two Minute Burger Buns
If you want a fast and easy hamburger bun choice, this recipe is the perfect choice. It comes from Thom at castleinthemountains.com and each bun only contains three net grams of carbs.
The style is similar to a mug cake, except that the buns can be made in larger containers. For example, the version in the image was made using a cereal bowl. You can also add seeds to the bun or toast it to create a version that is tastier still.
The Best Low Carb Bread For Buns And Rolls
This recipe, from ketovale.com, is promoted as an especially good bread roll approach. It’s easy to see why, as the rolls end up looking like you would hope that they do. They also avoid the eggy flavor that is often present in keto bread recipes.
The recipe post doesn’t just provide directions either. There is also plenty of information about using the buns, such as toppings that you can put on them and potential fillings.
Keto Breakfast Buns
These breakfast buns make another ideal choice for making hamburgers. The recipe comes from sugarfreelondoner.com.
One notable feature is that Katrin avoids apple cider vinegar. This vinegar is often included in low carb breads, but the flavor can be noticeable. Avoiding it entirely is a good way around the issue.
Another aspect is that the recipe uses both almond flour and coconut flour. The combination can be fantastic for texture, although the almond flour could be a problem for anyone with a nut allergy.
Veggie Keto Buns
This recipe, from thecastawaykitchen.com, is different than any of the other options on the list. The main variation is the use of a full cup of kale or spinach. Including leafy greens gives the burger buns a nice green flavor.
This style also means that you’re getting plenty of nutrients in your burgers. The rest of the recipe is relatively simple and the buns end up being easy to prepare.
Keto Hamburger Buns
In this recipe, Kayla has created hamburger buns that look a lot like sourdough or ciabatta rolls. The recipe itself is also simple, using just five ingredients and some seasonings.
The seasonings that you use are up to you. Kayla highlights some ideas to get you started, like sesame seeds, garlic and rosemary. You can find the details at mincerepublic.com.
Here’s a recipe that follows the idea of fathead dough – with a few tweaks. A particularly cool thing is the troubleshooting tips included. For example, there is a section that talks about possible causes of flat fathead rolls.
The recipe can be found at howtothisandthat.com. It makes four full keto rolls (or eight halves). Each full roll contains just 2.5 net grams of carbs.
Cheesy Keto Rolls
This recipe comes from the site perfectketo.com and adds in a fantastic cheesy flavor. The cheese is such a good idea. It steps the hamburger buns up to the next level, without making the recipe much more complicated.
The rolls end up being high in fat, low in carbs and moderate in protein. This macronutrient balance is absolutely perfect for keto.
Microwave Hamburger Bun
This recipe, from ruled.me is great if you want lunch in a hurry. You’re making a single hamburger bun at a time, using a style that is similar to a mug cake. Make sure you use a mug that is wide or your bun won’t be large enough.
Interestingly, the recipe mentions that the flavor of the buns ends up being a little odd. While the taste still combines well with a beef patty, you might not find it desirable. Spices can help make the flavor less noticeable, while complementing the rest of your ingredients nicely.
Here’s another recipe that you might want to try. This version comes from lowcarbyum.com. The versatility of the recipe is one of its greatest features.
You can make sliders, burgers, mini sandwiches or small loaves of bread – all using the same recipe. You’re making 15 buns at a time, giving you plenty of bread to feed a crowd.
Keto Burger Buns
This final recipe is from the site keto123.org. It takes advantage of cheese, eggs, mozzarella and almond flour, along with a few other ingredients.
While the recipe style isn’t unique, each author has their own distinct combination of ingredients and quantities. There is also a video that you can follow on the site. This should answer any questions about the recipe.