Where can I buy low carb bread was the first question I had as I started my low carb journey. I can live without pasta, cookies, crackers and baked goods, but you can’t take away my bread!
Low carb bread brands in grocery stores don’t really exist here in Canada (that I know of). You can still eat a few grocery store brands of bread and tortillas on a low carb diet, but the amount you can eat is quite limited. They aren’t really ‘low carb bread’. But, just because you can’t buy low carb bread in grocery stores, doesn’t mean they aren’t easy to get! Lastly, something to note is that gluten free does not mean low carb. I prefer little amounts of good bread over most low carb breads I’ve tried.
Where Can I Buy Low Carb Bread
People often ask me, where can I buy low carb bagels? When I first started on my low carb adventures, I never would have thought I could eat bread!!! But it is possible! Thin Slim Foods have a variety of breads, low carb bagels, pastas and treats. Keep in mind, they aren’t exactly like your average bread, that’s why I prefer smaller amounts of good bread over things like Thin Slim, but some people love them. For those in the US, you can buy these products in grocery stores and online directly from the Thin Slim website. For us Canadians, the only place I’ve been able to find Thin Slim breads is online at Low Carb Canada.
Another popular brand that the Dr.Bernstein low carb diet approves are Josephs Bakery. I tried their pitas and they were pretty good — soft and flavourful. Other brands allowed on the Dr.Bernstein diet are: Carbwise breads, GG Bran Crispbread and Baker’s Deluxe. These can be found on The Low Carb Grocery.
Low Carb Bread Brands in Grocery Stores
Although in Canada there aren’t a lot of actual low carb bread brands in grocery stores, there are better choice breads. Betty Light 100% Whole Wheat bread is a Bernstein favourite, FlatOut and Dempsters Small Whole Wheat Tortillas are all lower-carb (thin) bread based foods you can find in most common grocery stores.
If you have any goodies to add to this list, please let me know! 🙂