Keto Recipes - Created Date : 24.11.2019
Mom’s Low Carb Bread Recipe
This recipe is for Low Carb Bread Sticks.
No bread maker or kitchen skills required!
Thank Goodness! ?? LOL
It’s very easy, takes very little time to prepare or cook, and you could easily play with variations to it if you like.
I add Garlic Salt to mine for example, for “garlic cheese sticks”.
I like to dip them in Caesar dressing (1 carb per 2 tablespoons).
It makes for a great meal – or midnight snack! – when you’re craving something salty, cheesy, crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. Yum!
This recipe makes a very large amount. It’s best to separate it into fours, and bake about 1/4 of the batter at a time. The rest will keep in the refrigerator and you can cook up fresh low carb bread sticks as needed.
Mix ingredients well and chill. Roll small portions into ball and then into cheese sticks.* Bake in preheated 350 oven for 10 minutes, turning after 5 minutes if necessary.
* I make mine flat on top so I can turn them over to brown on both sides
12 net carbs for the entire batch. 6 net carbs for half. 3 net carbs for 1/4 batch. Note: these carb counts are based on the Almond Flour. Some may be different, so look on your bag of Almond Flour to determine an accurate net carb count.
Ovens vary, so my mother and I discovered it’s best to keep an eye on them and see how long they take in your oven. They took longer in mine. You’ll want to flip them when they brown slightly on the bottom, so you can brown both sides.
Warning: DO NOT OVERCOOK. They smell very, very bad if you burn them. ?? LOL
You could use this low carb bread recipe for a number of things As a pizza crust, for example. Play around with it and see what you think! Enjoy ??
Thanks for sharing Lynn! Please tell your Mom thanks and give her a hug for us! My Maltese puppy ripped out a spot in my berber carpet this morning so, this will be my treat for today. I eat a ton of almonds. I’m going to see if there’s a way I can make almond flour at home. It’s worth a stab! No, I won’t stab my “razor toothed” puppy. Thanks again.
The cheese bread sticks were great! I wasn’t thinking, but it says an 8oz. bag of Parmesan Cheese and all I had was grated. I used it and they tasted fine!
My husband found the Bob’s Red Mill, Finely Ground Almond Meal/Flour at the new Wal-Mart in Rock Hill, SC. Haven’t checked the old Wal-Mart.
They almost taste like the Cheese Rings my Mom always makes at Christmas except you use NY Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Butter, Plain Flour, Salt and Red Pepper. My youngest daughter has taken on the mantle of the Cheese Rings. A batch of hot and a batch of regular. Just get there fast or you will miss ’em. Mom has enough to do!
Like you I’m not that crazy about too much coconut flavor.
I’m thinking I might order some sunflower seed meal/flour and try that. It might work but not sure how it will taste lol
Thank you for responding
Hi, I have made Almond meal/flour from almonds. You need to decide if you want it with the husk or not….if you don’t want the husk, you can buy them with out, or drop them in boiling water and hand husk them(time consuming) then you want to “dry them in the oven a little bit(on low) so as not to have cluppy flour. My food processor made great flour, and cheaply…Hope this helps.
I hope someone will use a leftover “breadstick” to make a crumb topping for a casserole. I haven’t tried it and I’m not sure how it will work. Steam some vegetables or use leftovers, mix with some cheese and sour cream, top with crumbs and brown in the oven. If you add an egg or two, it will puff and make a main dish instead of a side dish.
I’m glad you all are enjoying the recipe. Lynn’s addition of garlic was the icing on the cake ??
I was thinking about this when I was eating some bread sticks last night. I eat there Green Giant frozen vegetable combinations, Healthy Vision, Healthy Digestion, Healthy This, Healthy That. I was thinking about crumbling one over my veggies. Adding the egg and sour cream sounds good too.
I have a hard time getting enough protein in my diet. I am allergic to beef, don’t care for pork and I’m sick of chicken. I’ve been chopping nuts and adding them to yogurt for a few years. Now I can just use this flour if I want to.
I made these tonight but they didn’t look anything like yours! lol Mine were small and looked like little cookies rather than fish sticks, but the taste was a hit with family so I kept messing with the remainder (which was more like dough than batter) and came up with the idea of rolling the balls in some parmesean cheese then flattening them with the bottom of a glass. Baked 5 minutes on each side but family wanted them even crispier so I baked them again for another 5 minutes. They came out great but I think I will either flatten them more next time or bake them 10 minutes instead of 5 the second time. We’re calling them Twice-Baked Parm Snack Crackers and my husband and son want me to make more in the morning for them to take to their respective Labor Day parties! lol I did take a nice pic but don’t see anyway to upload it. But thank you for sharing the recipe. L)
Your dear friend, and my dear daughter, Nicole “I Refuse To Starve Myself On A Low Carb Diet” Dean, has me HOOKED on these breadsticks! When I get wind that she’s baking a batch, I beg (and promise to bring wine) if she’ll invite me over to eat them with her. They are awesome! Thanks for this recipe. It’s the only thing we’ve found that REALLY gets rid of the low-carb diet munchies. ??
p.s. I know, the wine is a no no… but these breadsticks offset those carbs, don’t they? wink wink
I’m glad you guys are enjoying them – they are my favorite munchie too!! This base recipe is the source for all of my breads & cookies. My fave being the Spinach Parmesan bread version. ?? As for the wine, the one I drink is about 1 net carb per ounce. Not a real issue *except* that it causes the “alcohol stall” on the scales. See How Many Carbs In Rum for more on that. ??
In the recipe ingredients, it says Almond Meal. In the notes, it says Almond Flour. Are they the same thing? Interchangeable?
Help! I’m new with all this and want to make sure I’m buying the correct ingredients.
I gotta say I had my doubts about this. Even when making it the dough seemed so little. But oh proof is in the eating. It’s WONDERFUL. I used grated cheddar and they turned out great. Will be making again and again with many variations. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this.
Hi Denise! I don’t count calories, but you want to put your ingredients in based on your brands & labels & amounts into the MyFitnessPal Recipe Calculator – and then depending on the size you make and how many it makes, you get all the nutrition facts per serving. ??
I will do that. I started gaining, even though I was meeting my macros, so I felt like I needed to check in on the calories. I have made these twice. I put a tiny bit of low-carbish pizza sauce and some mozzarella on top and they were great pizzas.
Hi Lynn – It looks terrific! I am just starting and I miss bread slices or rolls to make sandwiches. Would this recipe work if I put the batter into a “muffin top” pan and use them as buns for my sandwiches? If not, is there another more preferable bread recipe that would work for sandwiches? Thank you and love your blogs!
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