AuthorGB Hernandez
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Keto Croissants!

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Yields16 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time13 minsTotal Time23 mins
 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
 2 oz cream cheese
 3 egg whites
 ½ cup coconut flour
 2 tbsp melted butter
 1 tbsp psyllium husk
 2 tbsp sparkling water (room temperature)
 Pink salt to taste
1

Preheat the oven to 385 F and line parchment paper on a baking sheet.

2

Add the cheese and cream cheese to a large microwavable bowl, stir and microwave it for a minute, stir and microwave it again for another 30- 60 seconds stir again until well incorporated.

3

Stir in the beaten egg whites, coconut, psyllium husk and pinch of salt. Knead with your hands until you achieve a dough consistency, add sparkling water and continue kneading, if the dough becomes hard, microwave it for 10- 15 seconds.

4

Place the dough between to sheets of parchment paper and spread with a rolling pin to ⅓ inches thickness. Brush half of the melted butter onto the dough.

5

With a pizza cutter start by dividing the dough dough into 4 equal square, then into triangles, around 4 inches wide at the bottom.

6

Roll the triangles up starting at the wide part, slightly make a curve to shape these a little crescent.

7

Place them on the baking sheet at least 2 inches apart, brush the remaining of the butter on top and bake them for 12 minutes or until golden brown.

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Ingredients

 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
 2 oz cream cheese
 3 egg whites
 ½ cup coconut flour
 2 tbsp melted butter
 1 tbsp psyllium husk
 2 tbsp sparkling water (room temperature)
 Pink salt to taste

Directions

1

Preheat the oven to 385 F and line parchment paper on a baking sheet.

2

Add the cheese and cream cheese to a large microwavable bowl, stir and microwave it for a minute, stir and microwave it again for another 30- 60 seconds stir again until well incorporated.

3

Stir in the beaten egg whites, coconut, psyllium husk and pinch of salt. Knead with your hands until you achieve a dough consistency, add sparkling water and continue kneading, if the dough becomes hard, microwave it for 10- 15 seconds.

4

Place the dough between to sheets of parchment paper and spread with a rolling pin to ⅓ inches thickness. Brush half of the melted butter onto the dough.

5

With a pizza cutter start by dividing the dough dough into 4 equal square, then into triangles, around 4 inches wide at the bottom.

6

Roll the triangles up starting at the wide part, slightly make a curve to shape these a little crescent.

7

Place them on the baking sheet at least 2 inches apart, brush the remaining of the butter on top and bake them for 12 minutes or until golden brown.

Keto Croissants

Comment

  1. Theresa says:

    These rolls look sooooo good. I’m going to try them real soon. The recipe calls for Psyllium husk…powdered or whole?

    1. Dionne Smith says:

      Hello! We used powdered Psyllium Husk!

  2. Denise says:

    What brand psyllium husk did you use? My turns everything purple. :/

    1. GB Hernandez says:

      Hi Denise,

      The one for the recipe we got it at Trader Joes, hope that helps!

  3. Robin says:

    Thinking of trying these for my daughter and her husband for thanksgiving… but don’t know what psyllium husk is or where to buy it???? Is there a substitute?? And how many carbs per??? I’d love to surprise them with something good on their meal plan

    1. GB Hernandez says:

      Hi Robin,

      You should be able it to get it at any supermarket, you may also replace it for flaxseed meal if that is easier for you! Your husband and daughter will love these, such a sweet gesture of you to surprise them! Let us know how it goes. Happy Thanksgiving for you and your family

  4. Doris says:

    Do I have to use the psyllium husk or can I use xanthum gum or just leave out all together.

    1. GB Hernandez says:

      Hi Doris, if you don’t want to use psyllium husk you can use flaxseed meal instead. If you decide to leave it out altogether the texture may change a little, also the nutritional facts. We hope you like these as much as we do!

  5. Jody says:

    Is the sparkling water a much or can I use regular?

    1. GB Hernandez says:

      Hi Jodi, we like the consistency better with the sparkling water but it is not a must, you can use regular water. Happy Thanksgiving!

  6. Mirabelle says:

    I don’t see a carb count on these.
    How much carb do they each have?
    Thank you

    1. Dionne Smith says:

      If you look under nutrition facts you will see Total Carbohydrate are 3g Dietary fiber 1.5g. Thanks!

  7. Robin Cartwright says:

    What’s the nutrition count on these?

    1. GB Hernandez says:

      Hi Robin, the macros for the recipe are right next to the picture! Have an incredible day!

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