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Almond buns, the best thing to ever happen to keto, period. These buns are an excellent bread replacement for those on a low carb, gluten free, atkins or keto diet. They hold up really well and have an excellent taste! They can be pretty tricky to get right as nothing truly replaces flour for baking purposes. Hopefully after viewing this video you will have the skills needed to master the Almond Bun!

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35 Replies to “Holy Grail Almond Buns | Keto Bread Alternative | Caveman Keto”

  1. I used a cupcake pan to make "biscuits." I used 2/4 Almond flour and 1/4 coconut flour and I was afraid they were gonna come out dry. They didn't! They tasted amazing, actually. I honestly can't wait to get more Almond flour and try it without the coconut flour. They were moist, soft, and just so good… I don't have to miss sausage, egg, and cheese biscuits anymore! Yay!

  2. I make something similar but in the microwave:

    In a cooking sprayed cereal bowl or microwave dish:

    1 tbsp of olive oil
    1 tbsp of water
    2 eggs
    1 tbsp of coconut flour
    2 almond flour
    1 psyllium
    Pinch of salt
    Pinch of baking soda
    Garlic powder and dried onions for flavour
    Blend it all together.

    Nuke uncovered for 3 minutes. Let cool and then slice in half. I sometimes toast or fry the slices in bacon fat if I'm making a bacon cheeseburger.

    BTW, you can skip the psyllium (I add it for fibre) as well as the coconut flour and just replace with more almond flour, but I like the texture with the coconut flour to it. But this will rise up to a pretty good sized burger bun or sandwich bread and has similar texture and tastes great!

  3. My wife makes these all the time. They're great, however ours self destruct very quickly when used as bread for sandwiches or hamburger buns. They crumble apart. Any suggestions as to why?

  4. i wouldn't microwave it personally … kills the nutrients…….also have you ever considered using Stevia or coconut sugar as an alternative to aspartame sugars such as splenda and sweet and low ?

  5. These are terrific! They make great French toast and also meat loaf sandwiches, especially the next day. I cooked one batch too long and they were crispy and delicious, too.

  6. I have a plastic bowl like that one, didn't buy the set, I just got the big bowl, I notice how you held on to the lip, I didn't notice how great that would be when I bought it, i love to be able to hold on that part while I'm mixing pizza dough, makes me a pro, dough mixer. The buns look great, do you think these can be made with the peanut butter bread recipe? I thought maybe a bun type might me good also, Thanks.

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