Keto Cheddar Garlic Biscuits (Low Carb Red Lobster Copycat)
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October 21, 2021

Keto Cheddar Garlic Biscuits (Low Carb Red Lobster Copycat)

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Keto Cheddar Garlic biscuits that taste like the ones from Red Lobster-just like you remember, but they’re low carb! The biscuits are a game changer for staying on track with your low carb or Keto diet.


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I was just reading the last Keto recipe I shared on the blog (Keto Skillet Bread) and, at the time I published it, I was down 30 lbs. Guess what? I’ve now lost 40 lbs! The weight was coming off a lot faster at first, but it has definitely slowed down now. I know that this process is going to be a marathon and not a sprint, though, but I’m ok with that. The longer it takes for me to lose the weight, the more likely I will be to keep it off.

While I actually haven’t felt too deprived during all of this, I have missed having some sort of a bread product in my life. Bread is such a huge part of many food cultures, including mine, as an American. When you’re unable to have it, some foods just don’t seem the same—sandwhiches (obviously), soups + stews, even certain breakfast meals.(You can find my fave cheeseburger soup recipe here — not low carb, but I’m working on some edits for it.)

Since I was beginning to feel a little anxious about not being able to eat bread…and was starting to be sad about it not being a part of my meals, I went on the hunt for something I could eat and incorporate into my daily low carb eating routine. That’s when I discovered a recipe I was hoping would be delicious, because it checked all the boxes of what I was looking for, to continue on the path of weight loss.

I made a few tweaks to the original RECIPE, to work with the ingredients I had on-hand, but the biscuits did not disappoint! I’ve continued to make the cheddar bay biscuits with my adjustments and they have been on repeat every week since I first made them.

The best part about these carb-wise biscuits is that you don’t need any crazy ingredients. If you’re already eating healthy, low carb, or Keto, you probably even have the almond flour in your pantry. I always double the batch when I make them, since we eat a lot of them, and I’m already making the mess, so why not.


What You’ll Need:

-2 large eggs

-2 TBSP butter (melted)

-2 TBSP half & half

-1 cup almond flour (I use Kirkland Almond Flour)

-1 tsp baking powder

-1 cup shredded sharp cheddar

-1/2 TBSP garlic powder

Topping:

-2 TBSP butter (melted)

-1/2 TBSP parsley flakes

Directions:

1. Pre-heat oven to 400°

2. Mix all ingredients (except for the topping) in a bowl until combined

3. Scoop dough out onto a sprayed or lined baking pan. You can place them close together, as they don’t rise much. I use a silicone liner for easy cleanup. I also use a cookie dough scoop to form them and get them on the pan. The Pampered Chef Small Scoop works great. This cookie scoop looks similar and comes in a set with three different sizes.

4. Bake for 10-12 minutes, until the biscuits just start turning golden brown.

5. While the biscuits are baking, combine topping ingredients. When the biscuits come out of the oven, use a pastry brush to apply the topping to the biscuits.

6. Let biscuits cool, remove from pan, and store in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to a week! These containers are similar to what we have and we love them!

I’m drooling just looking at these pictures. The low carb copycat cheddar bay biscuits truly are a life saver for me. I eat one (or two) a day and they help me stay on track with my healthy eating plan because I don’t feel deprived.


I hope you make the cheddar bay biscuits and love them as much as I do! Even if you don’t eat Keto or low carb, I still think they’d be a delicious addition to your dinner table (or all your meals, like they are for me). They’re easy to make and store like a dream. I haven’t tried freezing them yet (the dough or already baked), but I think that would work fine too…if you wanted to do some food prep.

If you decide to make the biscuits, I would love to hear how much you love them! Share your biscuits in your Instagram story and tag me so I can see. You can find me on Instagram at @hilaryprall.

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