Homemade Buttery Biscuits (Low Carb Recipe)



Biscuits, who doesn’t love them especially when they’re homemade! But when you’re on a low carb diet or living a low carb lifestyle biscuits are normally off limits. Not anymore, in this cooking video I show you how to make biscuits that are delicious with only 1.5 carbs each!

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30 Replies to “Homemade Buttery Biscuits (Low Carb Recipe)”

  1. thehiltongirl

    Had to come back & tell you that I have just made these, I've already eaten 2 of them whilst they were cooling, oh my they are the most delicious thing I've eaten for a while as I'm not eating bread. Thanks for the recipe, well worth cooking.

  2. Stephany Sanders

    As soon as you said biscuits and gravy, I new I had to subscribe! Thank you for the truthful thumbnail too, I can't tell you how many keto recipe videos I have watched only to be disappointed with the look (and sometimes taste) of the end product.

  3. Steven Cammarano

    Idk what the hell I did or what kinda of almond flour I used, but I did EXACTLY what you did in making these biscuits… And they came out looking like dried dog shit and tasted pretty similar to dried dog shit so…

  4. Laurice's Kitchen

    Larry, I'd be willing to eat a piece of shoe leather as long as I could have a whole pat of butter on it!! 🙂 And I realize it's another gadget, but a food processor is great for cutting very cold butter into your dry mix. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
    ~Laurice

  5. Terry Lyle

    Larry! A biscuit dream come true. You should tag these as "gluten free" and "yeast free". Very important info these days. I will definitely give these a try. I've come up with a gluten/yeast free "bread" that works great, but the biscuit has eluded me. To be "low-carb" as well? That is the "icing on the cake". Ha! Great information.

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