Keto Puffs. These are so delicious that you won’t be able to stop eating them!
You’ll want to try this ketogenic diet recipe in case you’ve never tried keto puffs.
Low carb cheese puffs that are light and airy.
These keto cheese puffs come together quickly and taste delicious.
These are ideal for keto snacks and keto appetisers, as well as for taking to parties.
Even those who do not follow a ketogenic diet will enjoy these – they will vanish faster than you can imagine.
Cheesy puffs filled with cheddar and mozzarella cheese .
Are you interested in learning how to make these?
Follow these NO FAIL step-by-step instructions in order to learn how to make the BEST low carb keto cheese puffs!
HOW TO CREATE
Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Mix all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
Roll the dough into equal portions and shape into balls.
Bake the balls for 10-12 minutes on the prepared baking sheet.
Serve and have fun!
Puffs of Keto Cheese
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- 1/4 cup Cheddar Shredded Cheese
- 1/4 cup Mozzarella Shredded
- ONE egg
- 1/4 cup blanched almond flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Mix all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
- Roll the dough into equal portions and shape into balls.
- Bake the balls for 10-12 minutes on the prepared baking sheet.
- Notes on the Recipe
Time to Prepare: 10 minutes
Time to cook: 12 minutes
Energy – 89 kcal
Protein – 6.6g
Fat – 6.4
Carbohydrates – 1.7 g
Fiber – 0.9 g
Keto Popcorn(Keto Puffs)
You’ll love these homemade keto puffs, which are a great Keto popcorn substitute! All you need is cheese and some patience. A quick and easy low-carb snack.
One ingredient: cheese. Nonetheless, it’s a snack I enjoy making on a regular basis, and I refer to it as “Keto popcorn.”
Full disclosure: I do occasionally consume “real” popcorn. My daughter has a popcorn machine that she uses on movie nights. We like our corn salted and buttered.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO EAT POPCORN ON A LOW CARB DIET?
In the grand scheme of things, maize popcorn isn’t the worst snack option.
One cup of air-popped corn has less than 5 net carbs, which is relatively low. The issue is, of course, the quantity. A typical serving of popcorn is 24 grams (3 cups), with 18 grams of carbohydrates and 4 grams of fiber.
HOW TO CREATE
You can make these adorable little cheese puffs with a variety of cheeses and methods. I used parmesan and two kinds of cheddar.
In the image above, on the left. In the food processor, I blitzed it. I then separated the smaller bits with a sieve and only used the larger ones.
The image’s top right corner. I crumbled a block of cheddar with my hands. This results in more evenly sized rounded pieces (pop-corny even before popping!). It’s a little salty, so you’ll be satisfied quickly. It is my personal favorite.
PRE-SLICED MILD CHEDDAR
On a grey background. This produces airy bubbles with little flavor. I don’t normally buy this type of cheese because I find it to be quite bland.
Cover it with a kitchen towel or muslin (to prevent dust accumulation) and leave it in a dry, warm place for 3 days to completely dry out. Your Keto popcorn will only pop if it is completely dry and hard.
3.) After 3 days (or 2 days if your cheese was dry to begin with), preheat your oven to 200 Celsius / 390 Fahrenheit and bake the cheese for 4-5 minutes. Place a second baking tray above your cheese tray to keep the pieces from flying around.
This low carb popcorn substitute is super crunchy and crispy, and I think it would make an excellent snack. Experiment with various cheeses to discover your personal favorite!
OTHER DELICIOUS LOW CARB AND KETO SNACKS WE LIKE:
Dips for vegetables and veggie sticks (celery, fennel, peppers, carrots, radishes, cauliflower florets)
Low Carb Pizza Bites are similar to pizza but without the carbs.
Slices of raw sweet potato with cream cheese / almond butter (while the potato is uncooked, the majority of the carbs are resistant starches that are not absorbed).
Low Carb Chips with 2 Ingredients
Pepperoni Chips from the Oven
Grain-Free Pretzels from Genius
Nuts and seeds (roast with olive oil and spices or herbs such as cumin, paprika, garlic salt, rosemary, and thyme).
Kale chips are the only way my kids will consume kale. They adore it (and I do too). The recipe can be found here.
Low Carb Paleo Almond Crackers
Ham rollups are ham sandwiches that are filled with cucumber, cream cheese, or mashed avocado. Alternatively, use nori seaweed sheets instead.
I could go on, but I believe this is sufficient. And I haven’t even mentioned the sweet treats!
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
5 minutes to prepare
10 minutes total
Servings 5 Calories 80 kcal Course Snack Cuisine British
100g / 3.5 oz cheddar
- If you’re using sliced cheddar, cut it into 0.5-inch (1-cm) squares. If you’re using a cheddar block, crumble it into the same size with your hands.
- Cover the cheese with muslin or a kitchen towel to keep it dust-free and store it in a cool, dry place for up to 3 days. The cheese should be completely hard and dry.
- Preheat your oven to 390 degrees Fahrenheit. Bake for FOUR-FIVE minutes, on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Place a second baking tray closely above the tray to keep it from popping all over your oven.
- I estimated 1 portion to be about 1 handful of cheese popcorn.
- Sharp cheddar and parmesan are more satisfying than mild, pre-sliced cheddar. The latter, on the other hand, tastes more like “real” popcorn, with a more neutral flavor.
- If the cheese is not completely dry or the pieces are too large, it will melt rather than pop. Patience is essential!
20g per serving
Protein: 5g Total Carbohydrates: 0.3g
4.2g Saturated Fat