Aldi’s Selling The L’Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread Again And Keto Fans Can’t Get Enough

The keto diet is now the It Diet of the world. Due to its highly successful weight loss results, this low-carb, high- fat regimen has completely changed the game. It’s so effective that even celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian and Vanessa Hudgens have switched to the diet. Following this diet is more difficult than it seems though. You’ll have to say goodbye to a lot of your favorite food when you do keto. Among the things you’ll have to avoid is bread, and a lot of people find this unimaginable. Fortunately, Aldi has decided to restock its shelves with the L’Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread.

Inititally the Zero Net Carb Bread was just supposed to be an Aldi Find. Which meant that it would only be available for a limited time. During its premiere, a loaf retailed for $2.99 each. But it got so popular that the loaves literally flew out of the shelves quicker than you can say “carbohydrates”. The demand for these ‘amazing’ loaves were so high that people actually began selling them on eBay! Crazy, huh?


The L’Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread is back for good


Fortunately, you won’t need to scour eBay and shell out more than you really have to get a taste of this keto wonder bread. Because as of October, this keto-friendly loaf has returned to Aldi’s shelf as a Regular Buy. The price has significantly changed, but $3.49 isn’t that heavy a price to pay to have bread back on the menu.

Now that L’Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread is now available as a pantry staple, Aldi has also gone out of its way to provide nibblers with options. The wildly popular 14-ounce loaf now comes in two varieties – wheat and multi-seed. And according to those who’ve tried it, the Zero Net Card Bread beats a lot of the other keto-friendly breads out there in terms of flavor and texture.

Unlike it contemporaries that are often dry and dense, Aldi’s keto-friendly bread is light, chewy, and moist. Since this bread caters to people who follow the keto diet, the loaf is smaller. In fact, the whole wheat variety is smaller than its multi-seed counterpart. Moreover, the multi-seed loaf’s got real real seeds and a sweet, nutty flavor which definitely puts it high on our grocery list. This is probably the closest we’ll ever get to carb-free bread.