Crack Keto Biscuits

Crack Keto Biscuits – delicious! Even if you aren’t doing the Keto diet, you will love these biscuits! Loaded with cheddar, bacon, and, ranch. Cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, eggs, baking powder, almond flour, cheddar, bacon, and ranch. SO good! Can make individual biscuits or one large loaf. I like to brush the baked biscuits with melted butter and dried parsley.

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Keto-Friendly Bread Loaded with Cheddar, Bacon & Ranch

These Crack Keto Biscuits are AH-MAZ-ING! Even if you aren’t doing the Keto diet, you are going to LOVE this bread. Low-carb bread loaded with cheddar, bacon, and ranch – so good! I made these to go with a steak dinner last weekend and we gobbled them up! We had a couple of leftover biscuits. I warmed them up and ate them with some scrambled eggs for breakfast. Perfect!

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How to Make Keto Biscuits with Almond Flour

These Crack Keto Biscuits are super easy to make. Start with melting some cream cheese and mozzarella cheese. I just popped it in the microwave for about a minute. Next stir in some baking powder, eggs, almond flour, ranch dressing mix, cheddar cheese, and bacon. Form the dough into balls and let rest 10 minutes before baking. So easy!

I used a 10-inch skillet and a large cookie scoop and got 11 biscuits. If you don’t want individual biscuits, I think you could just put the dough in the skillet or baking pan and make a loaf of bread. I like to brush the cooked biscuits with some melted butter and dried parsley.

The key to making these Crack Keto Biscuits is using superfine almond flour. Almond flour is pretty common in stores. I bought mine at Publix and Walmart. I used King Arthur Flour brand. I also like Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour.

Can Crack Keto Biscuits Be Frozen?

I have not frozen these Crack Keto Biscuits, but I am sure they would be just fine frozen after you have baked them. To reheat after freezing, thaw and either reheat in the microwave or wrap in foil and reheat in the oven.

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Easy Crack Keto Biscuits

Even if you aren’t doing the Keto diet, these Crack Keto Biscuits are sure to please! We’ve made them several times and enjoyed them every single time!! They are perfect if you are doing a low-carb diet and missing bread! Here are a few of our favorite low-carb recipes from the blog that go great with these Crack Keto Biscuits:

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Crack Keto Biscuits

Yield: 12 biscuits
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 9 mins
Crack Keto Biscuits – delicious! Even if you aren’t doing the Keto diet, you will love these biscuits! Loaded with cheddar, bacon, and, ranch. Cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, eggs, baking powder, almond flour, cheddar, bacon, and ranch. SO good! Can make individual biscuits or one large loaf. I like to brush the baked biscuits with melted butter and dried parsley. #keto #bread #lowcarb #bacon


  • 4 -oz cream cheese
  • 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 (1-oz) packet dry Ranch dressing mix
  • cups superfine almond flour
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • ½ cup chopped cooked bacon


  • Preheat oven to 400ºF.
  • In a microwave-safe bowl, microwave cream cheese, and mozzarella cheese on HIGH for 1 minute. Stir until smooth.
  • Add baking powder, eggs, ranch mix, and almond flour to cream cheese mixture. Stir well.
  • Stir in cheddar cheese and bacon. Stir until combined.
  • Spray a 10-inch iron skillet with cooking spray. Divide the dough into 11 or 12 balls and place in skillet. Place skillet in the refrigerator for 10 minutes.
  • Remove skillet from the refrigerator and bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Brush cooked biscuits with melted butter and sprinkle with dried parsley, if desired.


Can use a 9 or 10-inch cake pan if you don’t have a skillet.
Do not make the ranch dressing. Use the mix dry.
Can reduce the amount of Ranch dressing mix to your personal preference.


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  1. Hi tried these for first time. Halved the recipe as only 2 of us. Dough was very wet and soggy and after sitting in fridge everything oozed into one big piece. Any suggestions of where we went wrong?

    1. I am not sure what went wrong as I have never had any issues with this dough. Maybe you made a mistake halving the recipe?

      1. Thank you. Going to try again with full recipe. Could not find the ranch packet in kenya so used a cheese packet instead just to keep the extra powder. Will send images if same occurs.

  2. Wow! Delicious!! I followed it exact and the only thing I would change is to use half the amount of the ranch dressing mix. It was a little too salty. For reference 5-6 slices of bacon chopped equates to about 1/2 cup. When I put this recipe into a nutritional calculator, it came out to 1.5g net carbs per biscuit. The recipe made exactly 12 with a regular sized ice cream scoop.

  3. I don’t do keto or low carb baked goods so don’t keepp the flour(s). How would I substitute AP flour? Ratio ? Thanks

  4. These were amazing! We had with dinner the first night. We stored in the refrigerator. Had another for breakfast.

  5. Wow! Best ever! Had to use DF cream cheese and DF cheddar, but these are top-drawer! Better than Red Lobster.

  6. I tried this recipe again for the 2nd time. However I used it as a topping for my keto chicken pot pie. My family loved it and they are not on keto diet ❤️

  7. My husband & I are absolutely OBSESSED with these biscuits!!! They’ve been a saving grace for us on keto & everyone that has tried them asks for the recipe. We can’t thank you enough for sharing!

  8. I’ve tried many different recipes for keto friendly bread or biscuits, and this is by far the best! Most end up tasting too “eggy”, and the consistency is often more like a quiche than a biscuit. But that was definitely not true of these biscuits! They reminded me a lot of the cheddar bay biscuits from Red Lobster, in both flavor and texture. Followed the recipe exactly as written. Delicious!

  9. This recipe is simply delicious. Even more than I expected! I made 2 of this recipe, one in which I used jalapeño I stead of bacon for my picky husband, and it was a hit too! This recipe will definitely be made and remade here! Thank you 🙂

  10. I just made these & I love them!! I went exactly by the recipe, even putting fresh butter over them after I took them out of the oven. Awesome! I’ll be sharing this recipe!

  11. I made mines came out looking like the one in the picture so beautiful. I love them it was a bit to salty for me next time I bake this I’m going to put 1/2 packet of the ranch mix instead of the whole packet

  12. I have these chillin in the fridge now but I am so worried. Not only did I forget the baking powder I realized after I dumped the ranch packet in that it was fiesta ranch. Well crap this isn’t going to be much of a breakfast biscuit. Lol

    1. The baking powder is going to be an issue. The ranch packet is just for seasoning, so you are fine on that. You need the baking powder for the biscuits to rise.

  13. These are a winner! I switch up the seasonings (garlic, smoked paprika, pepper flakes) and use turkey bacon. They are great as hamburger buns too. Thank you for the recipe.

  14. Absolutely fantastic recipe!
    I bypass the stovetop and go straight to the oven, baking for about 20-25 minutes.
    Thank you so very much for this wonderful recipe!!

  15. I need more stars to click. These were by far the BEST keto biscuits that I have EVER eaten. As a matter of fact, they are the best biscuit I have ever eaten. I am making my second batch today, just waiting for my ingredients to come to room temperature 😋😋😋

  16. OMG…. These were EVERYTHING!! I wanted more of a breakfast biscuit (like the kind you buy at the store) so I eliminated the bacon and ranch. Sooooooo good. It hit the spot. 2.5 carbs each. I also had cooked it on 375 for 10-13 minutes.

  17. Absolutely loved them! I’m not keto but my best friend is and this was great when I made dinner for her and her husband! For us non-keto people (almond flour is expensive lol), can regular flour be used in its place?

  18. Def delicious. For thse wondering what the carb/calorie/fat info is this is what I got based on using Great Value brand cheese (cheddar and whole milk low moisture mozzarella)
    Pennsylvania Cream Cheese
    Bobs Red Mill Almond Flour
    Hidden Valley Ranch
    Vital Farms Eggs
    I didn’t put bacon in mine and shredded the great value brand blocks of cheese

    Carbs 70.6
    Net Carbs 55.2 (aka the ones that matter)
    Protein: 284.7

    I wrote this in case anyone i slike me and wants the total amount to divide into servings based on how they cook it.

  19. Made these tonight exactly like the recipe. We loved them but the biscuits are a little more dense than we’re used to. Any suggestions on lightening them up without getting carb-heavy?

  20. OMG!!!! These are AH-MAZING! The recipe was super-simple and quick. Thank you for posting this. I wish I could eat them all at once ;).

  21. These are the best! Had to cut the recipe in half because of the amount of ingredients I had on hand and also didn’t have a oven safe skillet in hand so I made muffins. This one’s a keeper for sure!!!

  22. These came out AMAZING! I used just a round cake pain and they were perfect. The texture and taste was perfect as well!!

  23. I made these last night. Sooo good. I didn’t put bacon or ranch in and added some fresh parsley. Deeelicious

  24. Just made these and Hubby and I give them a big thumbs up. Disclaimer, I had to do some substituting, but they still came out great. I mistakenly bought an Italian blend of grated cheese (mozzarella, provolone, Parmesan, and a couple others) instead of mozzarella, opps! I also didn’t have a packet of Ranch dressing mix so made my own from a website. It had more dill and parsley so the color was a little off and no buttermilk powder. Even with those changes the biscuits are fantastic!
    Making this again for an upcoming camping trip to serve with barbecued chicken and salad – yum!

  25. These look super yummy!!! I’m wondering if I could swap out the almond flour for oat fiber instead and what the amount would be?

    1. What a great idea! But unfortunately, without further recipe testing, I cannot answer with certainty. As always, please use your best judgment regarding substitutions and modifications.

  26. Nutrition facts for 1 biscuit
    If you have 11 servings
    Net Carbs 2.5
    Fat 21
    Protein 15
    Calories 261

  27. Can I leave in frig longer than 10 min? I’m prepping for company and I’d like them fresh out of oven.

  28. OMG! These are amazing! So simple to mix up and super yummy. baked these on a cookie sheet and they came out perfectly. This is a keeper recipe!

  29. I topped with garlic butter and more cheddar about 5 min before they were done. This is as close as it gets to cheddar Bay biscuits from that lobster place guys! Yum o!

    I didnt keep in thr fridge mong so mine was one big skillet bread… but it was okay no one minded that cus they were so yummy

  30. These are SO GOOD! I am going to make these with sausage next time and eat for breakfast through the week. Thanks so much!

  31. This recipe is the best – hands down. Most mornings my wife and I slice them in half and add bacon, a fried egg and a little Tabasco or buffalo wing sauce between the top and bottom.

  32. While nothing beats yeast bread, these will help fill the void. Made them this morning while it was still cool. Pulled them out of the oven and ran off to play tennis. Wishing I could have tasted them fresh from the oven. My oven did require more bake time. So I baked another minute then turned the heat off and let them finish another 5 minutes in hot oven. Difficult to mix so I got out my mixer, that did not go well until I changed to dough hooks. Then all went well. I wanted to post a pic but it doesn’t seem to work here for me.

  33. changed recipe a little. Making sweet rolls. added brown swerve and cinnamon. just waiting too how they turn out…

  34. Holy Cow,
    I haven’t had bread in so long and I love biscuits. These were fabulous. My family has asked me to make them again soon.

    I didn’t have ranch dressing mix so I subbed garlic, dill, & parsley for it. I think I put about 1/2 tsp of each. They were delicious!

    To the person above who said they had problems getting the cream cheese to melt, I did too. I put it in the microwave for 30 seconds after the initial minute and it looked smooth when I finally stirred it but it was sort of rubbery. It was fine in the end though.

  35. I made these tonight and this is my new go to biscuit. They looked like the picture and taste great

  36. Hi, it says make one or whole pan…
    Do you have a recipe for one? Thanks, they look scrumptious.

  37. Cream cheese definitely has a few carbs and I’m guessing the ranch mix may too but I’ve never used it before so I’m not sure. Probably more like 4 or 5g

  38. I have tried almond flour in brownies and some other bread recipe and it was disgusting! Does anyone have a certain brand they use that doesn’t taste awful?

  39. Delish recipe! I did not have the Ranch dressing mix so I mixed my own spice mix together and ground it fine. I made them bigger so they were not as puffy, but very good! Will try again with Ranch mix.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe!!!

  40. Just recently trying to get into the keto thing. Not super strict, but trying to do better. I came across these and had to try them! I’ve never used almond flour, so wasn’t sure how I was going to like them, but OMG woah!!!! These are delicious!!! The taste identical to cheddar bay biscuits you get at Red Lobster. Seriously, try these out!!

  41. This is a great recipe. I’ve used it several times and turns out great. I used only 1/2 package of ranch and 1 tsp of old bay seasoning because we missed the cheddar bay biscuits and it turned out great! Thank you for sharing

  42. These are AMAZING!!! The texture is perfect. They even re-heat well. So grateful to have this recipe ❤️

  43. I used a tbsp of garlic powder and 1.5 tap of both salt and pepper in place of the ranch and they still came out great!

  44. These are SO GOOD!! They really satisfied my craving for bread… would be really good Served with eggs!

  45. I don’t own a microwave, stopped using one 10 years ago. Is there another way to blend the cream cheese and moz?

  46. I wonder if these can be prepared through all the steps except baking the night before then bake the next morning? Trying to prep for Easter morning.

  47. Recipe turned out great- I didnt put them in the fridge first for 20 mins because I didn’t read thru all the directions first…they turned out a little flatter because made them like drop biscuits. Ever bake something and it smells so good the second it comes out of the oven the whole family is standing there waiting for it? This is that recipe. I will be making these a lot!

  48. Absolutely amazing. Thank for this recipe. I tried this recipe since we are stuck at home and eating to many carbs. This has been a lifesaver for my husband. I followed the recipe except did not use ranch or bacon. My husband puts sausage in the middle and takes to work in the morning instead of stopping for breakfast.

  49. Can these be made non-keto/with regular flour. All of my stores have been cleaned out of every kind of flour, but I have regular (white) flour in the pantry. If so, does the amount change, or stay the same? Thank you.

    1. I had trouble with the mozzarella and cheese blending, the mozzarella was stingy and clumped and it was not a dough, more like batter. I wonder it it was because I use fresh mozzarella which is has more moisture than the bagged. They are in the oven so we’ll see how they turn out.

  50. Great recipe.
    The ratio of ingredients in my opinion was, perfect especially when they are fresh out of the oven.
    I’m hoping they hold up being stored.
    DELICIOUS. I’m drooling.💯

        1. I’m highly allergic to almonds can these be made with coconut flower without compromising the flavor and texture?

        2. I like to substitute hazelnut flour for almond for certain recipes. Bobs Red Mill makes one that I like to use. Store in the fridge to keep it fresh. I think if you used coconut flour it may change the flavor quite a bit. Cheers

    1. This looks delish! I’m planning making this weekend? But I don’t like ranch dressing. Can you replace the dressing?

      1. These are great but I also do the base ingredients and leave out the ranch and bacon. And I add sharp cheddar and diced jalapeño taste just like Mexican cornbread! So good I eat right of the fridge cold

        1. I’m going to try it with lupin flour tomarrow and I”ll let you know what happens and see if it taste good.

    2. Can coconut be used in place of the almond flour? If so, would it be the same amount noted for that almond flour?

  51. Did anyone have trouble with the cream cheese and mozzarella? I couldn’t get mine smooth…hope it doesn’t effect the way they turn out

    1. Simply cut the cream cheese into cubes and microwave first for 30 sec to soften up, stir then add the mozz cheese to the bowl and microwave for 50 seconds. That should do the trick

      1. On my word! Sososo good!

        Wondering if I can freeze them so I don’t eat the whole pan in 2 days?!?!

  52. I’m keto so I made hamburger buns out of them. Just heat them up before using or they won’t be any good that thick. They’re great that way!

    1. There aren’t any carbs in the ingredients except for the almond flour which is 6 grams per half cup. So my best guess would be 2 net carbs per roll.

      1. What a great idea! But unfortunately, without further recipe testing, I cannot answer with certainty. As always, please use your best judgment regarding substitutions and modifications.

      1. Do you have to use ranch… what about if you dont have it? Any alternative.. can you just not use it?

      2. Used a muffin tin even though I greased it they stuck. Any suggestions loved them want to make again

  53. I can’t stand the flavor of ranch dressing. Is there something else I can use? I feel like they won’t turn out or will be too plain if I don’t use something. Thanks!! Can hardly wait to try this! And eat them haha!

    1. I used a bit of garlic powder and onion powder because all the powdered ranch I found had maltodextrin in it or some sort of sugar and that’s a huge no no for me. They turned out unbelievable delicious! Good luck.

      1. Can I leave out the cheddar without the texture changing? I don’t use bacon but I find just the salt from the seasoning pack & the cheddar make it too salty.

  54. I tried this! Yummy, I’m using this recipe with less ranch for pizza dough! I can’t wait for it to finish cooking!!

  55. Can I substitute coconut flour for almond flour using the 1/4 ratio conversion for this recipe? My daughter has a nut alegery and I try to convert all my recipes.

    1. Did you ever get an answer? I only have 1 cup almond flour and want to know if I can use 1/2 cup coconut flour?

      1. My bread came out excellent and I have tried the keto 92nd bread and I prefer the crack keto biscuits because the texture is so much finer with all that cheese and cream cheese in there. And it came out beautiful in an eighth by eight square pan . My only question is how do I store it?

    2. From my experience, when the recipe calls for 1c of Almond flour, I’ve replaced with 1/4-1/2c. of Coconut flour.

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