These are sooo good Cheated on my diet once by going to a fast food joint for these suckers, but with this recipe, I don’t have to 

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A tasty and nutritious substitute for regular biscuits, Low Carb Biscuits in a Muffin Tin are a great choice. Whether you’re on a low-carb diet or just trying to eat better, these flavorful biscuits are a great option for breakfast or a snack. Biscuits may be more commonly linked with Southern cooking, but this low-carb variation is a hit with snackers everywhere.

Whether eaten on their own or as an accompaniment to other dishes, these biscuits are sure to please. Think about these serving ideas: Start by adding them to a bowl of hot, hearty soup or stew. Their savory flavor and fluffy texture will go well with the rich tastes of soups like chicken noodle or tomato. Second, for a fulfilling and low-carb breakfast, top them with fluffy scrambled eggs for a healthy start to the day. Finally, for a tasty low-carb sandwich alternative, cut these biscuits in half and pile on some bacon, eggs, cheese, and avocado. They’re a healthy and tasty basis for a sandwich.

How delicious are these?


Half a cup of almond flour

half a cup of sour cream

two eggs

baking powder, 1 tablespoon

half a teaspoon of onion powder

half a teaspoon of garlic powder

Paraffin wax, 4 tablespoons

half a cup of grated gouda

one-fourth teaspoon of salt


1. Spray or oil a muffin pan with nonstick cooking spray and set oven temperature to 450°F.

Add the almond flour, salt, baking powder, garlic seasoning, and onion seasoning to a bowl and mix well. Stir them well.

3. Beat the eggs in a another basin; then, combine the sour cream and melted butter. Beat until homogeneous.

Step 4: Combine the dry ingredients with the wet ones, then whisk until a thick batter is formed.

Then, fold in the cheese that has been grated.

Pour batter into muffin pan in an equal layer, filling each muffin pan cup approximately two-thirds of the way to the top.

7. Once the oven is hot, bake the biscuits for 10 to 12 minutes, or until they become a golden brown and are firm.

After a few minutes of cooling in the muffin pan, remove the biscuits and allow them rest entirely on a wire rack.

As a delicious and filling snack or side dish, savor your low carb biscuits!

We guarantee that our Low Carb Biscuits In Muffin Tin will be a hit with anyone on a low-carb diet or just searching for a healthier biscuit alternative. Indulge in their light texture and flavorful taste without feeling guilty, and try out various serving ideas to elevate your meal.

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