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One of my favorite tricks in meal planning is to make a batch of something in advance and then throw it into meals throughout the week. Garlic Parmesan keto biscuits and almond flour biscuits are staples that I’ve started making more often recently.
Having them on hand means that meals and snacks don’t require making multiple things from scratch at that time. Who has that kind of time for every meal?!
Instead, I make a main entree or side dish on the spot, and supplement with leftovers from the freezer or a staple for the week that was made over the weekend. Sometimes, a simple gluten-free biscuits recipe is just the thing to round out a meal.
Biscuits (albeit not gluten-free biscuits!) were actually one of the first recipes I learned to make from the internet. I was twelve years old and would make them after school. Back then, they were filled with white flour, and after finding out how nutritionally worthless they were, I avoided biscuits for years altogether.
Fortunately, the garlic Parmesan keto biscuits I make now are much healthier, even though I still only make them occasionally. I actually think they taste better, too.
How To Make Keto Biscuits With Good Texture
You might notice that this keto biscuits recipe contains two types of flour – almond flour and coconut flour. Why? Because combining them often creates a better texture than one of them alone.
The texture of these gluten-free biscuits is buttery and a little crumbly, which I think is awesome. If you prefer a slightly chewier biscuit, try adding 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum to the dry ingredients.
The garlic and Parmesan cheese both help in the flavor department. If you prefer a more simple biscuit recipe, try plain 4-ingredient almond flour biscuits. You could also just make rolls out of the fathead dough used in keto bagels.
If you have an almond allergy, you could try replacing it with sunflower seed flour or sesame seed flour. The flavor will be a little different, but the garlic and parmesan will cover it up pretty well.
Unfortunately coconut flour cannot be replaced in this recipe, so if you need to skip it, make the regular almond flour biscuits mentioned above.
Here is what the biscuits look like right before going in the oven:
And when they are done:
Go ahead and enjoy them while they are still warm!
Options For Fat In Keto Biscuits
These particular gluten-free biscuits with garlic and parmesan have coconut oil to create just the right delicate texture with added healthy benefits. If you are sensitive to the taste of it, don’t have it, or prefer not to use it for some other reason, you can easily use another type of fat.
The types of fat that work best in this recipe are solid at room temperature, just like coconut oil. Good substitutes are butter or ghee. You can use them in the same amounts.
It’s not recommended to use an oil that is liquid at room temperature, because this will change the dough too much.
What To Serve With Gluten-Free Biscuits
Gluten-free biscuits are not typically part of my repertoire, but when I first made these over the holidays, I knew I’d be making them again. They make a wonderful addition to any light lunch or dinner, holiday table, or even picnic basket.
Here are a few ideas for ways to serve keto biscuits:
- With a warm bowl of roasted tomato soup or broccoli cheese soup – and it’ll work with most other keto soup recipes, too
- On the side with your favorite low carb salad
- Cut a biscuit in half and make a last-minute mini sandwich
- Just eat the biscuits on their own as a snack
- Enjoy a warm biscuit with your morning keto coffee
So many possibilities with low carb biscuits! Anything this versatile is a winner for me.
How To Store Keto Biscuits
This garlic Parmesan keto biscuits recipe is very easy to store. They’ll be good in the fridge for about a week.
Otherwise, you can freeze the biscuits for months. Just reheat anytime.
I vote for freezing! That way, you’ll always have one or two on hand when you’re craving comfort.
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- Half sheet pan – Any kind will do, but these are durable and affordable.
- Parchment paper sheets – No more curling edges.
- Large cookie scoop – The perfect size for keto biscuits!
Easy Garlic Parmesan Keto Biscuits Recipe (Gluten-Free)
Buttery keto biscuits with garlic and parmesan are perfect for holiday meals, weeknight dinners, and snacks. This gluten-free biscuits recipe is super easy, too!
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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Mix dry ingredients together in a large bowl. Stir in wet ingredients. Let the mixture sit for a couple of minutes to thicken.
Scoop tablespoonfuls of the dough onto the lined baking sheet and form into rounded biscuit shapes (flatten slightly). A large cookie scoop makes this process faster, but you can use your hands too. Dust with additional parmesan cheese on top. Bake 15 to 20 minutes, until firm and golden. Cool on the baking sheet.
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Serving size: 1 biscuit
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