Keto Recipes - Created Date : 23.11.2019

The biscuits I made (in the photo) had a combination of leftovers in t...

The biscuits I made (in the photo) had a combination of leftovers in t...



The biscuits I made (in the photo) had a combination of leftovers in them, but follow me here – because the options and variations are endless! The timing was perfect too because I was craving something a little different. And fortunately my package from Netrition arrived yesterday:

This is where I order my Bob’s Red Mill Almond Meal because I can’t find it anywhere locally. As you can see, I also ordered Mama Lupe’s Low Carb Tortillas (great for fajitas, wraps, quesadillas, or eating a big messy burger even). I got some sugar free preserves too. They go great with whipped cream cheese for a quick low carb dessert. The Polaner Sugar Free Seedless Raspberry Preserves is my absolute favorite! And of course it will go great with your low carb biscuits. ??

Mix ingredients well and chill. Roll small portions into ball then shape them as cheese sticks or biscuits – or you can make them smaller/flatter for “crackers”. Bake in preheated 350 oven for 10 minutes, turning after 5 minutes if necessary. (Keep an eye on them and cook until golden 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. And of course count the net carbs of anything you add.

I was running low on Parmesan cheese, so I added half a cup of Parmesan and then half a cup of shredded Colby Jack cheese. Since I was making this for dinner (not breakfast) I added in some leftover vegetables from my dinner the night before, along with crumbled up bacon I had leftover from lunch. I added sauteed mushrooms (diced up) and creamed spinach:

I try to sneak spinach into anything I can. ??

I mixed it all up with a spoon, which was super easy and only took a few seconds:

I suppose you could spoon it out, but I got my hands dirty and just grabbed a small handful and pattied them out into small biscuits. I laid them on a baking sheet covered in Parchment Paper:

I baked them at 350, flipping them once, until they were golden brown on both sides.

They came out beautiful! ??

Like I said, this recipe is very versatile. You can add your favorite meat & low carb veggies to make a hearty bread or biscuit. You can use it to make low carb cookies. Or you can make a plain low carb biscuit, and use it to create a breakfast sandwich or to eat with sugar free preserves.

Another option I recall my mother mentioning – she added raw sausage to the batter, baked them, and said they came out tasting just like a sausage biscuit. Yum!

71 Responses to Low Carb Biscuit Recipe (Super Easy!)

Thank you Judy! ?? This recipe is SO versatile. Like I said, you can add pretty much anything you please and it comes out GREAT every time! I just went to the store and stocked up on Parmesan so I can make some yummy low carb biscuits & “crackers” to go with the Raspberry preserves I just got in my Netrition order. YUM – what a treat!! ?? *cheers*

I’m the same way Tammy, so I sneak spinach into just about everything. It’s great in eggs for example. And sometimes I’ll mix up an egg and a handful of spinach in my hamburger meat to make hearty Hamburger Steaks. They’re delicious, and a meal in themselves!

Oh yum! Add some drained flaked blue crab meat and you’d have delicious crab cakes! BTW, Publix in the Boro carries Almond Meal. I found that not all employees know where to look. It’s not in the regular flour/baking section but in a separate specialty food area. For the Publix on the east loop, it’s in the back of the store, about centered, but on a BACK END CAP facing the meat coolers. I’m definitely trying this one!! ??

Good to know, Sherie – thanks! ?? I still prefer to order mine online vs a scavenger hunt in the grocery store, lol. You know how much I like to shop. ?? haha. The crab is a great idea – I am definitely going to try that!! *cheers*

Hi Terry,

I ordered several items on your referral from Netrition.com. I didn’t see a place to put a code (LCTRAVEL) in order to get a free mix. I emailed them and asked them and this is what they said:Thank you for writing.

The coupon code you listed is not a valid coupon code with us.

While our focus is on giving you “Every Day” low pricing and exceptional

customer service,

we do offer coupon promotions from time to time, as well as several

other ways to save with

Netrition:

Thank you, Cindy! ?? If you want to get together for lunch or dinner while we’re both in Vegas, let me know! You can message me through my Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/lowcarbtraveler to reach me while I’m traveling if you think you want to share a meal! I’ll be in or near the Paris hotel.

It really depends on how big you make them. I use the recipe calculator at MyFitnessPal (it’s free) to log my ingredients, which I double check by my own labels, and to put in how many “servings” (biscuits) I make – so the nutrition facts, carb count & macros are accurate: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/recipe/calculator

Thanks so much for the info! I did make them and got 9 biscuits out of it. I used flax seed instead of almond flour since I did not have it. I also had some sausage left over from breakfast so I put that in along with some left over spinach. I didn’t even wait to refrigerate them, I just baked them right away. I did find that I had to bake them longer. They turned out to be delicious! Thanks again! I love something different like this!

I have a question. In your recipe you state that it uses 1 8oz bag of parmesan cheese. But in your comments, you said you used 1/2 C parmesan and 1/2 C Colby jack. Unless I misread , the bag of parmesan I had, it was 6 oz, but it showed more than that in cup measurements. I added enough cheddar to make the weight measurement 8 oz. Was I wrong. To me they were just a little too cheesy.

The original recipe calls for a bag of parmesan, but it’s a very versatile and forgiving recipe. I often just use whatever I have on hand – and my bag is usually a 6oz bag of finely shredded parmesan (Kraft).

I’m going to try these for sure. I’m just starting my low carb today. I was on it about 6months ago and lost about 30lb. Then I got sick and gain half of it back. Ur website seems nice. I had so much trouble last time. No one shared and not to friendly. Thx so muc Chris

I’m new to this so I may be way off. I’ve heard mayo helps binds not as well I’m sure and that xyantha gum is makes fluids expand . Not fimilar with that product at all. Could that work or am I totally on the wrong track. Thanks Theresa

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