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 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 9 minutes
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

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  • 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.

Notes:

  • Can use a 9 or 10-inch cake pan if you don’t have a skillet.
  • Here is our recipe for Homemade Ranch Dressing Mix: https://www.plainchicken.com/homemade-ranch-dressing-mix/
  • Do not make the ranch dressing. Use the mix dry.
  • Can reduce the amount of Ranch dressing mix to your personal preference.

Steph

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Comments

  1. These are amazing and very easy to make! I bake in my convection oven at 375 in mini muffin tins for 18-20 min (flipping them over half way thru to brown on both sides) Big hit with my Husband as he is trying very hard to wat less carbs! Froze well and reheated them after thawed in oven for about 5 min. I have already made them 3 times in a month, thanks for the recipe

    1. Thank you so much for that tip! I don’t have a cast iron skillet but I do have muffin tins! I really appreciate that you shared that info!!

    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.

  2. These are amazing! Very satisfying and easy to make! My husband said they taste like Red Lobster’s cheddar bay biscuits… with bacon! Thank you for posting your recipe. Definitely a favorite that I will make quite often

  3. 100% DELICIOUS. they were super easy to make. I spread a different butter sauce on top. Nevertheless, they were delicious.

  4. Well, I made these biscuits along with your low carb taco soup. They are both amazing! As I was eating, I kept thinking that I must be cheating on this keto diet Lol . It sure felt like it 🤗
    I didn’t have any parsley to top the biscuits, so I used chives. I also took the advice of another reviewer, and only used half a packet of ranch. They were simply out of this world delicious!

  5. Excellent recipe! My biscuits were light and savory. Great option when craving bread. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I have one suggestion. When you pull your cheese mixture out of the microwave, add the eggs first and stir them in before your flour. I found that when I added my eggs last, my perfect dough got soggy. All is well with them though!
    Thanks for sharing.

  7. These are truly FANTASTIC! I could literally cry, I’m so excited to have a bread/biscuit alternative that tastes so delicious. Thank you!

  8. This recipe is AMAZING!! These biscuits we so delicious! I didn’t have any mozzarella so I used Kraft 4 cheese blend. And I didn’t have ranch mix so I added garlic powder and salt. These biscuits are very moist and flavorful. Definitely my new go to. I also omited the bacon. Thanks for sharing.

    1. I’ve made these many times and they never disappoint. I live low carb several times a year, for a few weeks or month, when I do my family doesn’t. I make a batch of these and use them for a week- adding to meals and often having them for breakfast every day (I get tired of planning food for keto and will repeat meals instead) these store well in the fridge, then can be warmed in microwave, toaster oven, standard oven, or even air frier.

  9. OMG THESE WERE FREAKING AMAZING!!!!! I can’t tell you the amount of recipes I’ve made for the “best keto bread/muffin/biscuit etc” and they never live up to their name and I’m always bummed I waisted good ingredients on said recipe. But THESE biscuits are SERIOUSLY INCREDIBLE. Game changer!! I followed the recipe to a T with my food scale, I wouldn’t change a thing. I will be adding these to my list of frequent side dishes! Thank you so much for this recipe!!!!

    1. These are delicious! I’m visiting my son so made these with my 2 year old grandson. We even made the ranch with the ingredients we had on hand. Used 1/2 the ranch receipt. I’ll be sharing the receipt.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

    1. I have to agree on the Ranch dressing. I found it to be very rich and very salty. I think using half the amount might make them a bit less rich! I actually went with some fake bacon bits since I don’t generally eat bacon, and it is still pretty good 🙂 Definitely going to remake!

    2. I made them today, they were amazing. I used less than half of the ranch packet, they were perfect. I checked the website Whisk.com to calculate and it comes to about 5.58g Carbs and 1.51 fiber. Net should be around 4 if you make 12. Make sure to check before making them. Thanks!

  12. 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

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