Keto Rolls!! Get ready because these keto rolls are light, fluffy, tasty and nut free! I got tired of baking with almond flour as my husband is allergic to tree nuts, and I know a lot of you all are too. So I’m ditching it in favor of my new favorite thing to bake with. Sunflower seed flour! Or Meal as a lot of packages label it. It’s not that popular yet, but I got it on Amazon – this is the exact one I got. It’s working great in my tests and it even lower carb than almond flour! It is fairly light and leaves your baked goods as they should be and not heavy. It was perfect for these “everything” keto rolls!
For this recipe in addition to sunflower seed flour you need ground psyllium husks. I was not able to find a product labeled ground psyllium husk at my local stores. Instead I bought the whole psyllium husk and blended some quickly in my Blendtec blender. I blended it for about 20 seconds. It wasn’t yet a powder and it was a little finer than when it started.
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To make this recipe even more fun and give it some flavor, I added the famous everything but the bagel blend into the dough and on top of the rolls. Finally to make them truly everything flavored I grated cheese over the top. I did half with cheddar and half with Parmesan cheese. Both were delicious, so you have lots of options if you decide to add cheese. It is certainly optional.
One final recipe hack- for the boiling water needed I used my electric kettle. This thing is awesome and we use it approximately one million times per day. My husband uses it to do his french press in the morning and for tea all day. I use it for hot water as well, and sometime I use the hot water to help me melt or soften butter, kind of a double boiler situation. We have this one– which has different temperature settings, like you would need for coffee or tea etc.. It’s so cheap and it was one of the best kitchen purchases of 2017 for us!
Now that you have the tips- lets get onto the Keto Rolls Recipe
*It is best to weigh your ingredients for baking. it is 5 total carbs per roll- net carbs is about 2.77 As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Serving Size: 1 roll - 1/6th of recipe
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 155 Total Fat: 10g Carbohydrates: 5g Protein: 8g
*It is best to weigh your ingredients for baking.
it is 5 total carbs per roll- net carbs is about 2.77
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
I hope you have enjoyed this everything keto roll recipe. I just cut one open for a grilled cheese and it was amazing. Do you know how much I missed grilled cheese sandwiches on keto? This roll recipe is perfect for those who need to stay nut free, and find many keto bread recipes either too heavy or too eggy!
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