Bread was once a major weakness for me. Although I have since tried some pleasing low-carb bread, ordered online, my greatest satisfaction comes from recipes that I bake myself.
|Low-Carb Biscuit Bites and Franks|
I recently featured "90-Second Microwave Paleo Bread" in my April 19, 2017, post. I have baked it with both almond flour and almond meal, each yielding tasty results! Swapping out the butter for duck fat also made a delicious difference. The fiber and fat kept me content for hours.
I baked Paleo "Almond Flour Biscuits" on Tuesday. These met any criteria I have for a biscuit. It was wonderful comfort food without the guilt.
This recipe comes from Wholesome Yum, a wildly popular site that focuses on gluten-free and low-carb foods. My only variation was that I added Bragg Organic Sprinkle. I refer to these little yummies as "biscuit bites" because I did not flatten them. They were perfect for popping into one's mouth. Just ask my husband.
|Biscuit Bites (before baking)|
I allowed more space than I needed to at first. These biscuits retain their pre-baking size and shape. I found that I was able to bake in bigger batches.
|Biscuit Bites (after baking)|
An Instagram friend mentioned that these biscuit bites look like little scoops of ice cream. This just makes them more attractive to me.
|A biscuit bite ready for butter...|
I tried these with and without butter. Either way, I loved them. My husband said they were buttery enough for his taste. Get the recipe HERE.