1 Net Carb Keto Bread Costco

Costco Keto Bread

It’s back! Keto Bread is now at Costco again! Artisan Bakery Sonoma County Keto Bread in Multi Seed is now in the bread aisle in-store again in a 2-pack of loaves. A Costco Keto fan favorite! With 10 grams of fiber, this multiseed keto artisan white bread has only 1 net carb per slice and 35 calories! A great option for a wide variety of dietary needs including low calorie, low glycemic index, diabetics, weight watchers, low carb and keto diet lifestyles!

We highly recommend toasting it and pairing it with a high fat spread like aoli, mayonnaise, generous butter, etc. it’s the bread version of what Healthy Noodle or Hearts of Palm Noodle are to Pasta.


Note: Previous Artisan Bakery Keto Bread at Costco was 0 net carbs, but this new version now has 1 Net Carbs (11g Carbs – 10g Fiber).

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For those who may not follow a keto or low carb diet, this bread is a specialty product created to be ultra low in carbohydrates which by definition is what bread is…if you are not trying to follow a low carb or keto diet, this may not be the right product for you.

Costco Keto List

Have you tried this new version of keto bread at Costco? What did you think? Please share your opinions on Artisan Bakery Keto Bread in the comments below!

Keto Bread Costco Features:

  • 1 Net Carb per slice
  • 35 Calories
  • 0 Added Sugars
  • 3 Grams of Protein
  • 10 Grams of Fiber
  • 6% DV Calcium
  • Note: Artisan Bakery keto bread is not gluten free.

Costco Item Number and Price

Artisan Bakers Sonoma County Multi Seed Keto Bread (2) 18oz Loaves is Costco Item Number 1445207 and Costs $8.99 or $4.50 per loaf of keto bread.

You might also like these Keto Breads available to order now with home delivery:

Keto Bread Costco Serving Suggestions

We recommend toasting keto bread – though you can most definitely eat it right out of the bag if that’s your jam!

  • Toast and top with avocado and salt, and add an over medium egg and hot sauce (or not)
  • Butter generously and make a “grilled cheese” with turkey, salami, cheese and aioli
  • Toast and pulse in a food processor and use in replacement for panko bread crumbs in a recipe to lower the carbs
Keto Bread Costco
Keto Bread Costco

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Nutritional Panel

Costco Keto Bread by Artisan Bakery - Nutritional Information - 1 Net Carb - Costco Item Number 1445207
Costco Keto Bread Nutritional Panel


Keto Bread Costco - Costco Item Number 1445207
Keto Bread Costco Ingredients

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Artisan Bakery Keto Bread at Costco

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Keto Bread at Costco is made by Artisan Bakers Sonoma County, CA. Please contact the manufacturer with product questions.


Does Costco sell Keto Bread?

Yes, Costco sells Artisan Bakery Multi Seed Keto Bread in-store.

How many carbs are in Costco Keto Bread?

Artisan Bakery Keto white bread at Costco has 1 gram of net carbs.

What brand of Keto bread does Costco have?

Costco carried a keto white multiseed bread from Artisan Bakery of Sonoma, CA.

How much does Keto bread at Costco cost?

Artisan Bakers Sonoma County Multi Seed Keto Bread (2) 18oz loaves costs $8.99 or $4.50 per loaf of keto bread.

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  1. Did this go moldy quickly? I just bought a pack and it’s best by is 10 days out, but it was cold when I bought it (I think the store kept it frozen or refrigerated before putting it on the shelf). I’ve left it in my pantry for now but wondering if I need to freeze or refrigerate it…

    1. I don’t think it should be moldy before expiration – I haven’t heard that as a common problem – perhaps you got a bad loaf?
      I wouldn’t think the bread would ship frozen – possibly refrigerated just because of summer heat? I don’t have the official answer to that – but if bread is sold room temperature I think it’s reasonable to assume it can be stored that way for a week (or more/till expiration). You can return it – though I know that’s a pain.
      I do think refrigeration extends the life of bread (all bread), and I refrigerate my keto bread (I buy the Inked Organics though). What a bummer, I’m sorry to hear that and thank you for sharing – it helps others a lot!!

      1. It actually didn’t get mounds even without refrigeration which is great! I’m questioning the legitimacy of the calorie count though since I noticed it uses “resistant starch” in its ingredients while other breads like Inked use “modified starch”… also the serving size is 28 grams but most slices easily weigh 37-38grams 🙁 I just got Inked to try so hopefully that tastes just as good.

        1. OOOh I see I misread your original question, lol, sorry about that! The starch question is outside my expertise…but if you do research Id love to know the difference too. Hope you like the Inked keto bread!! Let me know which you think is better! I find lightly toasted is the best preparation for it. If you toast too much it’ll turn to cardboard lol.

  2. I am pretty sure the calorie count has to be a lie. I have never seen a diet bread under 40 calories, and a 40-calorie slick is a soft-as-kleenex air-filled magical wonder. I have tried the keto bread (i have some here right now) and it’s much firmer and more substantial than a typical 40-calorie bread, I suspect it has more like 60-70 calories, or maybe 35 calories and 2 servings per slice … (typo, it says 1 serving per slice but it’s really 2 ..) either that, or the bread is filled with cellulose (wood).

  3. Hi,
    Please suggest gift ideas (beyond the standard gift hampers) to buy from Costco. Budget: under 30-40 dollars.

  4. Can I Refrigerate & Or Freeze At Home… This Keto Multi Seed Bread Bought At Costco .. For Lasting Freshness .. Beyond The ‘Best By Date’ ?

    1. I do. That’s not official word from the company, just that I certainly do and it seems ok. That said, I do toast it (very lightly) – I think all bread loses something in the fridge and even more so in the freezer but I do it!

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