Food & Nutrition

6 great high protein loaves of bread that you can buy

Published by Finn Hayden

If you're wanting to get more protein into your diet, it's easier than ever. Once upon a time, you would have had to supplement with something like protein powder, but nowadays you'll often find extra protein added to everyday foods such as yoghurt and cereal.

Another product like this that we've seen rising in popularity is protein bread. Usually made using seeds and pulses, bread that's high in protein is great for people who want to feel fuller after their lunch, and for vegans or vegetarians who want to get more protein into their diet.

We wanted to round up the best protein bread that we've bought and tried, let's get into it:

Profusion organic rye & flax protein bread

The Profusion brand produces a range of high protein food products, with everything from protein pasta to veggie mince made from fava beans. But it's the protein bread from the Profusion range which we're really smitten with - made using rye and flax, it not only has a lovely nutty flavour which works perfectly with both sweet and savoury toppings, but it also packs a lot of plant protein, with more than 20g of protein per 100g of bread. You'll also notice from the picture that the bread has won a 'great taste' award, so although this bread is healthy, it doesn't compromise on taste. Learn more and buy it here - amazon.co.uk

Pro Fusion organic rye & flax proteim bread

CarbZone organic protein bread

Made using organic whole rye flour and wheat protein, this protein bread from the CarbZone brand is packed with organic goodness and lots of protein. In fact, this bread is 21% protein and contains 10.3g of protein per slice, which is really impressive. This bread is also free from added sugar and is made using apple and sea salt, which gives it a really tasty flavour. Learn more and buy it here - carbzone.co.uk

CarbZone organic protein bread

Schneider Brot protein bread

This bread doesn't look very fancy, and we'll admit that there is better-tasting bread in this guide. But if you're looking for protein then this bread is perfect - made using a mix of pea protein and wheat protein, this bread contains a whopping 22.5g of protein per 100g. We paired it with just a thin layer of butter and thought it was pretty tasty, albeit pretty filling. It's also available to buy at larger Asda stores, learn more and buy it here - groceries.asda.com

protein bread

Warburtons protein thin bagels

Of all the protein bread that we tried for this guide, we thought that the Warburtons protein bagels were definitely the tastiest - made using a blend of pulses including chickpeas and pea protein, we're impressed that they manage to pack a lot of protein without tasting like cardboard. Each bagel contains 8.5g of protein, which is a great amount to get from such a tasty product. Honestly, if you toast one of these bagels and cover it with butter and honey, it tastes just like a normal bagel, but with the added protein boost. Learn more and buy them here - tesco.com

Warburtons protein bagels

Dillon Organic keto bread

We bought a loaf of this keto bread from our local Holland and Barrett because we noticed that as well as being low in carbs, it's also high in protein. Per 100g, you'll get 8.6g of protein, which mostly comes from the sunflower seeds and flaxseed that the bread is made from. It tastes good and we love the high protein, low carbohydrates combo. Learn more and buy it here - hollandandbarrett.com

Keto bread

Warburtons The Big 21

Another great-tasting and high protein bread made by Warburtons is a loaf called The Big 21. It's called The Big 21 because each loaf contains 21 seeds & grains, and this is where the bulk of the protein content comes from. Ingredients like quinoa, pumpkin seeds, and oats all contribute towards the protein content, which is almost 7g of protein per slice. This is really tasty bread and tastes very similar to a normal seeded loaf, learn more and buy it here - tesco.com

Warburtons Big 21

Biona organic rye bread with pumpkin seed

We've featured the Biona brand a number of times across our guides (recently in our gluten free flour guide) because the brand produces a range of excellent organic food products. Not only is this rye bread from the brand really tasty, but it's also high in protein. Made using pumpkin seeds, the bread contains 6g of protein per 100g. It's also gluten free and works perfectly with sweet or savoury toppings. Learn more and buy it here - ocado.com

Biona rye bread

Warburtons Plant Power Sliced Wholemeal Bread

The last option we wanted to include from the Warburtons range of high protein bread is the Plant Power Sliced Wholemeal. This loaf is made using a blend of 12 pulses, grains and seeds. all of which are packed with plant protein. This blend includes black beans, red lentils, and sunflower seeds. As well as being high in protein, this bread is also low in sugar and saturated fat, making it a great healthy option overall. Learn more and buy it here - tesco.com

Warburtons Plant Power Sliced Wholemeal Bread

M&S high protein white rolls

These white bread rolls from M&S are very convenient and most importantly, packed with protein. They're made from a blend of wheat and yeast protein, and each roll contains 12g of protein, a really impressive amount. If you're not a fan of seeded bread then these white bread rolls are a great alternative. Learn more and buy them here - ocado.com

M&S high protein white bread rolls

Hopefully, this guide helps you to find a delicious high protein bread to enjoy. Let us know if you've tried any of our recommendations, or if you have any other recommendations for us to try! If you're interested in similar guides, check out our guide to the best low carb bread we've found.

Finn is the editor of You Well and has been writing about travel, health, and more for over 10 years.

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