Thursday, February 21, 2019

Keto Garlic Bread Rolls (easy low-carb, gluten-free bread recipe)

The recipe is sponsored by Wild Harvest.
How to make keto garlic bread rolls - an easy low-carb, gluten free bread recipe that uses almond flour, coconut flour and cheese

Have you been missing bread on your journey into gluten-free or keto?

I have been gluten-free myself for three years now and found some gluten-free bread that isn't terrible. 

The problem with most gluten-free bread, though, is that it is very high in carbs because it often uses a blend of flours including rice flour to make.

Are you just here for the recipe? If you are one of those "just give me the recipe!" people, SCROLL DOWN. The printable version of the recipe without the helpful hints is at the bottom of the post
When I started following a keto style way of eating, I didn't have any problem dropping gluten (already doing that!) BUT I did miss having some kind of bready something to accompany my soup.

I tried a lot of different recipes for keto bread and keto rolls.

A lot of recipes involved cauliflower. Or zucchini. Or cream cheese.

And while some of these recipes were pretty good, there is nothing easy about dicing up a cauliflower or shredding and then wringing out zucchini.

Using cream cheese isn't hard but you need to remember to set it out to soften ahead of time, and if anything, I am both busy and forgetful.

I needed a low-carb, gluten-free bread recipe that I could just walk into the kitchen and make in a few minutes without having to remember to do anything ahead of time.

This is an easy keto garlic bread recipe that is low carb and gluten free. Instead of cauliflower, it uses coconut flour and almond flour together with cheese and eggs in a fathead style bread that doesn't use cream cheese. It's quick to make and is the best keto roll recipe out there! Tie them in knots or roll them into rolls. #creativegreenkitchen #creativegreenliving #keto #glutenfree #ketobread #fathead #ketorolls #lowcarb #lowcarbbreadrecipe #ketogarlicbread

When Wild Harvest asked me to develop a keto friendly recipe using their ingredients, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to perfect my keto roll recipe that I had been slapping together for the last few months.

These tasty little keto garlic bread bites are low-carb (only 1.65 net carbs per roll!), gluten-free and full of yummy, garlicky goodness.

I recently served them at a holiday dinner for my not-gluten-free, not-keto family members and everyone loved them.

These keto garlic bread rolls are the perfect accompaniment to any dinner where you want to have gluten-free or keto friendly options available that anyone can enjoy.

Low-Carb, Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Recipe

This is an easy keto garlic bread recipe that is low carb and gluten free. Instead of cauliflower, it uses coconut flour and almond flour together with cheese and eggs in a fathead style bread that doesn't use cream cheese. It's quick to make and is the best keto roll recipe out there! Tie them in knots or roll them into rolls. #creativegreenkitchen #creativegreenliving #keto #glutenfree #ketobread #fathead #ketorolls #lowcarb #lowcarbbreadrecipe #ketogarlicbread

Ingredients


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  • 1 stick (8 Tbsp) Wild Harvest Organic Salted Butter, divided
  • 1 large Wild Harvest Organic Grade A Large Brown Egg
  • 1 Tbsp diced or crushed garlic
  • 1/4 cup Wild Harvest Organic Coconut Flour
  • 1/4 cup organic almond flour
  • 2 tsp organic baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1 1/2 cup (6 ounces) Wild Harvest Organic Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1/4 cup organic shredded parmesan cheese

keto garlic bread rolls nutrition informtion - only 1.65 net carbs per roll - 3.3net carbs per 2 roll serving.
Nutrition information is approximate and may vary based on the freshness and brand of your ingredients. Nutrition information calculated at: Calorie Count.

WIld Harvest coconut flour, mozarella cheese, eggs and butter - the ingredients you need to make keto garlic bread



Directions

Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 1: 

Preheat oven to 350 Fahrenheit (177 centigrade).

Prepare a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper.


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 2: 

Melt 6 Tbsp of the butter in a small dish.

Whisk in 1 Wild Harvest Organic Grade A Large Brown Egg and 1 Tbsp diced garlic.

Set aside.
Melt 6 Tablespoons butter, whisk in 1 egg and 1 Tablespoon diced garlic


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 3: 

In a medium bowl, combine 1/4 cup Wild Harvest Organic Coconut Flour, 1/4 cup almond flour, 2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp sea salt.

Mix together until combined and set aside.
How to make low carb rolls with coconut flour and almond flour


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 4: 

Add one 6-ounce bag of Wild Harvest Organic Shredded Mozzarella Cheese to a small or medium pot.

Melt cheese over medium heat, stirring every 30 seconds or so until cheese is melted.
Fathead inspired keto bread recipe with melted mozzarella cheese
Mix in melted butter mixture. Stir until well combined.

Mix in dry ingredients. The dough will begin to come together. Stir until all dry ingredients have been incorporated.
how to make keto garlic bread - mix together all ingredients with melted cheese to make a fathead style dough


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 5: 

Turn out dough onto a smooth surface such as a marble countertop or silicone mat.

Lightly knead dough together.

Pat into a long, flat loaf shape.

Cut with a sharp knife into 16 pieces.


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 6: 

Break one piece of dough away from the loaf.

Roll into a snake shape and twist it back onto itself to form a knot or coil shape.

You will want to work quickly as the dough becomes brittle if it sets too long and will no longer be flexible enough to shape.

If this happens, you can roll pieces or dough together into balls instead.

Place twisted dough rolls onto the prepared baking sheet.
How to make keto garlic bread - best low carb, grain free, gluten free bread recipe


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 7: 

Melt the remaining 2 Tbsp of butter in a small dish.

Brush melted butter over rolls and add a small sprinkle of shredded parmesan.
how to brush keto bread rolls with melted butter.
how to prepare keto garlic bread with melted butter and Parmesan


Keto Garlic Bread Rolls Step 8: 

Bake rolls in 350-degree oven for 20-23 minutes or until golden brown.
Finished gluten free keto gralic bread rolls topped with Parmesan and baked

Rolls are best served warm.
This is an easy keto garlic bread recipe that is low carb and gluten free. Instead of cauliflower, it uses coconut flour and almond flour together with cheese and eggs in a fathead style bread that doesn't use cream cheese. It's quick to make and is the best keto roll recipe out there! Tie them in knots or roll them into rolls. #creativegreenkitchen #creativegreenliving #keto #glutenfree #ketobread #fathead #ketorolls #lowcarb #lowcarbbreadrecipe #ketogarlicbread

Try dipping them in marinara sauce or a keto friendly soup. Yum!
This is an easy keto garlic bread recipe that is low carb and gluten free. Instead of cauliflower, it uses coconut flour and almond flour together with cheese and eggs in a fathead style bread that doesn't use cream cheese. It's quick to make and is the best keto roll recipe out there! Tie them in knots or roll them into rolls. #creativegreenkitchen #creativegreenliving #keto #glutenfree #ketobread #fathead #ketorolls #lowcarb #lowcarbbreadrecipe #ketogarlicbread

Enjoy!

Thanks again to Wild Harvest for sponsoring this yummy low carb bread recipe that's perfect for people following the keto lifestyle.

To locate Wild Harvest products near you so you can whip up some yummy keto garlic knot rolls of your own, check out the Wild Harvest Store Locator.

Keto Garlic Bread Rolls FAQ

These are some of the most frequently asked questions I get about this recipe, so let me beat you to the punch and help you out!

Still have questions? Ask me in the comments and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Can I make these low carb rolls ahead of time?

I find that these rolls are best when they are fresh. 

To save time on baking day, though, I like to prepare the dry mix ahead of time, so all the measuring is done. 

To do this, combine 1/4 cup coconut flour, 1/4 cup almond flour, 2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp sea salt in a plastic bag or a small glass jar.

Shake everything together and now on baking day, all you have to do it mix the melted butter with an egg and garlic, melt the cheese and mix everything together! And then bake it of course.

Which flour is best for a keto diet?

Coconut flour and almond flour are both great choices for keto. I highly recommend choosing organic products like Wild Harvest organic coconut flour.

It's important to note that neither coconut flour nor almond flour have the same texture as a wheat-based flour that you are used to so do not expect to just replace regular (read: wheat) flour across the board and expect it to turn out the same.

I find I get the best results in keto baking when I combine both coconut flour and almond flour instead of just using one type alone.

What bread can you eat on the keto diet?

While there are some low carb bread type products available to purchase in stores, the way to get the best flavor and texture is the make your keto bread yourself.

My keto bread recipe is gluten-free, easy to make and (most importantly!) delicious.

Can I eat garlic on keto? Is garlic low carb?

Garlic is gluten free and low carb. Garlic makes a flavorful addition to any keto recipe. One clove of garlic has about 1 gram of carbohydrates. To get 1 Tbsp of diced garlic, you need about 2 cloves of garlic. 

The garlic in this recipe adds about 2 grams of carbs to the whole batch - or about .25 grams of carbs per serving. 

And while you could take the garlic out, it adds so much awesome flavor that I wouldn't recommend it! 


If you love my low-carb keto garlic bread roll recipe, be sure to pin it to save it for later!

This is an easy keto garlic bread recipe that is low carb and gluten free. Instead of cauliflower, it uses coconut flour and almond flour together with cheese and eggs in a fathead style bread that doesn't use cream cheese. It's quick to make and is the best keto roll recipe out there! Tie them in knots or roll them into rolls. #creativegreenkitchen #creativegreenliving #keto #glutenfree #ketobread #fathead #ketorolls #lowcarb #lowcarbbreadrecipe #ketogarlicbread

PRINTABLE LOW-CARB KETO GARLIC BREAD ROLLS RECIPE

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Yield: 8

Keto Garlic Bread Rolls

prep time: 10 minscook time: 20 minstotal time: 30 mins
These easy low carb, gluten free, keto garlic bread rolls are easy to make with almond flour, coconut flour and mozzarella. Unlike Fathead dough, you won't need to soften any cream cheese so you can make this recipe right away with no wait time!

ingredients:

  • 1 stick (8 Tbsp) salted butter, divided
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 Tbsp diced or crushed garlic
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 1/4 cup almond flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1 1/2 cup (6 ounces) shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese

instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 Fahrenheit (177 centigrade). Prepare a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper.
  2. Melt 6 Tbsp of the butter in a small dish. Whisk 1 egg and 1 Tbsp diced garlic into melted butter. Set aside.
  3. In a medium bowl, combine 1/4 cup Wild Harvest Organic Coconut Flour, 1/4 cup almond flour, 2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp sea salt. Mix together until combined and set aside.
  4. Add one 6-ounce bag of Wild Harvest Organic Shredded Mozzarella Cheese to a small or medium pot. Melt cheese over medium heat, stirring every 30 seconds until cheese is melted.
  5. Mix in melted butter mixture. Stir until well combined. Mix in dry ingredients. The dough will begin to come together. Stir until all dry ingredients have been incorporated.
  6. Turn out dough onto a smooth surface such as a marble countertop or silicone mat. Lightly knead dough together. Pat into a long, flat loaf shape. Cut with a sharp knife into 16 pieces.
  7. Break one piece of dough away from the loaf. Roll into a snake shape and twist it back onto itself to form a knot or coil shape. You will want to work quickly as the dough becomes brittle if it sets too long and will no longer be flexible enough to shape. If this happens, you can roll pieces or dough together into balls instead. Place twisted dough rolls onto the prepared baking sheet.
  8. Melt the remaining 2 Tbsp of butter in a small dish. Brush melted butter over rolls and add a small sprinkle of shredded parmesan.
  9. Bake rolls in 350-degree oven for 20-23 minutes or until golden brown.

NOTES:

Rolls are best served warm.
calories
168
fat (grams)
14.5
sat. fat (grams)
8.8
carbs (grams)
6.4
net carbs
3.3
protein (grams)
3.6
sugar (grams)
.1
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4 comments:

  1. I really need to get back into keto for my blood sugar but the challenge for me is often missing bread. I love that this doesn't try to be a loaf of bread, those always fall short. Instead this recipe has a consistency that is satisfying in a form that doesn't make you think your getting something else and being disappointed. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I've been considering limiting my gluten so thanks for the recipe. I never heard of this brand but I'm going to check out their cheese. I'm always looking for new brands of organic cheese.

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  3. Tried these tonight and they turned into a melted disc mess when cooking. What happened?

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    1. Oh no! I’ve made this recipe dozens of times and that has never happened to me. Did you make any ingredient substitutions? My second thought is about the age of your baking powder - if it’s too old it may not have been active any more.

      Let me know. I’m happy to help you troubleshoot.

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