Keto Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins! I knew I had to make these this year because every summer we have a beautiful rhubarb plant pop-up in our garden.
It’s one of my favourite things to bake with! It’s got this nice tanginess that makes muffins, cakes and pies taste so good.
When I was little I used to take the rhubarb seeds and spread them everywhere because I loved it so much and wanted us to have more rhubarb that my Mom could make me muffins with…needless to say, she was not too pleased about me spreading rhubarb to all parts of our garden.
Keto Apple Fritters, my favourite donuts! Although, they aren’t technically donuts.
Every time I ever went to a donut shop I’d always get an apple fritter. I’ve tried them from so many places.. and personally my favourite ones are the ones with lots of glaze and apple chunks inside. I also like when their dough is more flavourful and spiced with cinnamon and/or nutmeg.
So for this recipe, I did my best to replicate those delicious Apple Fritters.
I have to say, I’m pretty proud of myself for this recipe. I just made, dare I say it.. The Best Keto Croissants.
These are NOT fat head dough. I made them with a flour combination that I’ve found to work really well in low-carb pastries.
These Keto Croissants are yeast risen and made mainly with, vital wheat gluten, almond flour, coconut flour and oat fiber.
The Best Keto Croissants have beautiful layers, just like real croissants and pull apart exactly how you’d expect. The cold butter and milk is the key to creating these layers along with folding of the dough.
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”→