How To Make Low Carb Keto Granola
These sweet peanut butter bars are perfect for breakfast, dessert or anytime as a quick snack. Bagel Breakfast Casserole Bacon-Chicken Jalapeno Popper My macros app only calculates 16g of fat though, compared to your 26g. I wonder if it can be dehydrated as well. This recipe is easy and -- from the little tastes I took along the way -- yummy. What a fantastic recipe for a low-carb granola Carolyn — you always amaze me with your creativity!
Keto Granola is honestly one of the most exciting recipes on this blog so far, why? Keto Granola is just another way of saying Keto muesli. How great is that? You have two options when making this keto granola recipe. Firstly, if you have a food processor, just blitz all the ingredients and they should be mixed pretty well still keep them chunky. This photo explains when you mix all the ingredients together with the sugar-free maple syrup.
It should look slightly wet, but nothing should be dripping. The easiest way is to set the timer for mins and mix the ingredients each time you pull it out. The edges will crisp up, but the center might still be wet. I love storing things in glass jars. This recipe will feed 1 person for a whole week, or two people for a whole week if you switch it up between eggs and granola clusters.
Of course, this keto granola is homemade. You could also add 1 — 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder to make this into a Keto Chocolate Granola. Still trying to believe all those calories will work. What would you recommend as a sub? Also, instead of the syrup, should I sub molasses? This recipe was deleted after I posted on fb. Sugar-free maple syrup is fine. This recipe is delicious. Can you please tell me how much fibre per serve.
Would it be ok to chop the nuts and seeds in a blender or food processor instead of chopping by hand? If yes how fine should it be? Also would it be ok to use purely coconut flour instead of almond flour?
Here is the approximate measurements I got with the ingredients listed: I have even chopped by hand with knife…it works! And the pieces are easy to control! I use MyFitnessPal to track my carbs etc for my Keto diet.
When I enter the recipe and servings, the carbs net carbs are double what you have listed. Any ideas why this may be? MFP does not usually recognize that sugar alcohols can be excluded from carb counts. I also added some cinnamon because I love it and is good for blood sugar issues. Otherwise I followed the recipe.
It turned out awesome! Since starting Keto, I have greatly missed cereal and so this was a very enjoyable treat. Wow — I cannot wait to make this!! Any issues doubling this recipe to make more at once?
Or efficient, depend on your…. I absoutely love this recipe! Such a great recipe! I post it and promote on my little low carb blog on FB called low carb craves. Made this now and it came out so good! Hi Mary, It lasts at least a couple weeks.
Possibly longer, but it has never lasted beyond that at our house. Aha, the print icon has moved. It used to be on the right side under the title. Sorry about that, we had a redesign recently. The print button is below the image on the recipe card now.
My family loved this recipe. Thank you for posting it. I was motivated to try it after seeing the facebook video. I did eventually find the video on your Facebook page. It would be very helpful if you would either embed or link to the video. Hi Claudia, Sorry about that!
We do post all videos right on the website, but sometimes there is a delay between when it goes on Facebook and when we add it to the website. We are working on adding more. At what point are the pecans added in? Love love this recipe! My husband was desperate for a cereal and this is awesome. I love it for snacking during my work day. Hi Shirley, Yes, use net carbs for the keto diet. Net carbs are total carbs minus fiber and sugar alcohols. I list net carbs for each recipe. My fiance wanted me to make him some cereal as he starts on his keto journey.
This one looked relatively simple so I gave it a try tonight. Subbed macadamia nuts for the hazelnuts and added a small handful of hemp seeds just for fun. It is so good! Will definitely be putting this on my list of things to make regularly!
I bet it will be awesome sprinkled on my homemade Greek yogurt! Hi Becky, The flaxseed meal helps bind it together. You might need an extra egg white. If you wanted to know that, you can weigh the entire batch when you make it, then divide the weight by That will get you the weight of one serving. Regarding making and weighing the total — I would highly recommend doing that always, anyway. Baking will always result in a slightly different finished product in every kitchen, and even every time you make it.
Most obvious is how much moisture is removed from the ingredients while in the oven. You could also get a volumetric measure of servings after that just for fun, but see above about volumetric measures of dry goods especially chunky, variably sized dry goods like this.
My kitchen smells divine. Thanks for the recipe. Once cooled, does this store on the counter or in the fridge? If I was to use Truvia an erythritol and steviol based sweetener , would I still use 6 tbsp?
Just wondered what the equivalent of pure erythritol was. Hi Abby, I have a sweetener conversion chart here. The approximate conversion would be 2 tbsp Truvia for this recipe. If I was to use Truvia an erythritol and steviol based sweetener would I still use 6 tbsp?
Hi, Love this recipe. My macros app only calculates 16g of fat though, compared to your 26g. Why would this be? I used almonds, macadamias and a cup of mixed nuts whose nutritional contents are already logged on the app , and almond butter instead of ghee. Would this have made a difference?
Ghee has higher fat content. My husband and I have been eating low carb for several months. Hi Michelle, Mine were roasted and salted, but you could use raw, too. Hi Edith, Sorry to hear that and thanks for letting me know.
The text was showing up dark gray for me, not pale gray. I changed the font and made it solid black to hopefully make it clearer. I hope that helps! I totally agree with you Edith. I like your posts but I have a hard time reading the pale gray printing on the white background. The ads are always very bright and easy to read. My HH is going to love this. Do you think I can add flax seed in with the big nuts at the beginning to get more of a meal? Hi Suzy, The recipe already uses flaxseed meal rather than whole flax seeds.
If you have whole flax seeds, you can make them into a meal in the food processor before you add the nuts. Otherwise, you can also try chopping up the nuts and seeds before mixing with the other ingredients. If you go that route, the resulting granola texture will be a little different compared to a food processor. I used a food processor partly because it makes both prep time and cleanup a lot faster, but also because that way you get a mix of larger chopped nuts and finer powder.
I hope one of the other methods works out for you! Wholesome Yum is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon. Here's how to get your freebie: Check your email for a confirmation link. After you confirm, you'll receive a link to the Members Area where you can download the book!
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Can't wait to try this in my yogurt tomorrow morning. Would be a great combo with some popcorn too. Definitely a keeper recipe. We love the spicy taste of this nutty granola with yogurt and berries in the morning. Crunchy and a nice change from sweet granola. It's worth a try. Definitely a grown up cereal!