Those cookies were a HUGE hit not only on my blog with countless re-pins and people tagging me in their instagram posts after making them..My friends and family also loved them and they inspired me to sell some of my cookies. So that recipe I hold near and dear to my heart.
Then after much experimentation.. this Keto Chocolate Chunk Cookies recipe came into the picture. Straight off the batt, these knock the originals out of the park. These are so close to “real” chocolate chunk cookies, you’d hardly believe they were keto.
They are chewy and crunchy and soft in the middle with gooey melty chocolate pieces throughout…
Seriously guys, if you are looking for your go-to keto easy dessert/ cookie recipe then you’ve found it!
I feel like I never learn my lesson with Keto Cinnamon Rolls.
Seriously. The amount of times I have attempted different versions on this blog is actually appalling. Almond flour keto cinnamon rolls, coconut flour keto cinnamon rolls, protein keto cinnamon rolls…and now “Soft and Gooey Keto Cinnamon Rolls“.
But, with that said, I think the experimentation can be good. Every time I re-make them slightly different, I feel as if we progress to another cinnamon roll level.
The only issue is I can rarely get a good photo of cinnamon rolls.
I’m not sure if this is just my lack of photography skills in this area but does anyone else find cinnamon rolls to always look like a big gooey blob in every photo? LOL.
I can tell you that I took 124 photos just to get the few semi-decent keto cinnamon roll photos you see here.
Anyways, all this should really be beside the point.
You came here to see make some soft and gooey ket cinnamon rolls and I’m going to tell you how to do that…using yeast. Yup we are upping our game from baked cinnamon rolls.
These ones puff up a lot in the oven so don’t be deceived by the small pieces you cut them into. They bake nice and golden brown on the outside but remain soft and ooey-gooey on the inside. Exactly what you want when baking a proper cinnamon roll. Continue reading “Soft and Gooey Keto Cinnamon Rolls”→
Soft, cheesy, delicious.. The Best Keto Cheesy Bread I’ve had! These cheese breadsticks are made with a yeast risen dough which gives them a closer texture to traditional breadsticks. They are topped with garlic butter and a mixture of mozzarella and parmesan for tons of cheesy goodness..Dip them in marinara sauce or garlic dip for the ultimate traditional garlic stick experience. Continue reading “The Best Keto Cheesy Bread”→
I’m not kidding when I say this is the BEST Low Carb Banana Bread I’ve made..honestly it’s better than some traditional banana breads. It’s virtually sugar free and delicious!
I have many friends and family members who would agree, haha.
It’s super soft and moist with a REAL banana flavour.
I get that people like to pass off low-carb bread with artificial banana flavour added as banana bread but honestly for me that just doesn’t cut it.
I get that bananas are not low carb but when used in a large batch of banana bread and subbing a bit of the bananas for extra butter.. I was able to get a bread that tastes like traditional banana bread but is only 6g of NET carbs and 2.5g of sugar per slice!
I’d have to say that’s pretty darn good if you ask me! Plus if you are going to get any small amount of sugar from anywhere. Why not get it from something as natural as fruit.
Were you a fan of Almond Joy bars as a kid? I mean with that delicious chocolate coating and the chewy sweet coconut centre…
Well, I sure was. I’ve always been a fan of anything almond and coconut.. actually one of my favourite low-carb protein bars is the Almond Coconut Built Bar (see my previous post for a full review of Built Bars!)
I’ve always loved almond croissants, coconut macaroons, coconut milk, almond milk… you name it.
That’s why when I considered the fact that ALMOND and COCONUT FLOUR are two of the most popular ingredients in keto baking… WHY HADN’T I THOUGHT OF AN ALMOND JOY COOKIE YET?
Keto Butter Tarts is one recipe I’ve had planned for AGES but I’ve just finally got around to making it!
I’m so glad I did! Butter Tarts are a classic.
They’ve always been my Dad’s favourite but for some reason I never really loved them as a kid..
That all changed when I tried one a couple years ago. I hadn’t realized how AMAZING these things taste when find the right one. Some buttertarts are gooier than others, some have a tougher center with more filling and then there are some that have a thick crust, some that have a thinner, lighter crust…etc.
Butter tarts are very versatile is what I’m trying to say.
That’s why I thought, why not have keto butter tarts ?
The filling doesn’t have to change much and the crust shouldn’t be to hard to re-create….