Who else does meal prep on Sundays? I can’t be the only one! I’m consistently noticing that more of you are looking at recipes here at Wholesome Yum on Sunday than any other day of the week. Clearly, many of you were crazy busy in the kitchen yesterday. I have to say I totally agree with you – Sunday is the best day to cook for the week ahead. Since these paleo almond flour biscuits have been in my weekly rotation for the past month, I couldn’t wait any longer to share them!
Sunday meal prep has become a comforting routine for me. My family doesn’t usually have concrete plans in the morning that day, so I ask my daughter if she wants to cook with me. She squeals in delight every time! She loves sitting on the kitchen counter as I do my cooking. I let her turn over measuring cups into a bowl or stir using a big spoon.
As cliche as it sounds, it feels like she’s growing up too fast. The time we spend together in the kitchen is just priceless. It feels like moments frozen in time.
Weekdays get so busy for many of us. Having some aspects of meals ready to go in advance is a huge time saver. After I made these almond flour biscuits for the first time, I wished I’d done it sooner. Not only were they deliciously buttery and satisfying, but having them on hand all week was so convenient! I brought them to work, served them with dinner, and even incorporated them into snacks.
Now I actually have two ways of making these paleo almond flour biscuits. The ingredients and method are the same both ways, but I make them in two different shapes – biscuits as shown, and also a larger, flatter version. The biscuit shape is perfect to have as a side with soup, salad, or any entree or side dish.
I use the larger, flatter version of these almond flour biscuits as a bun or low carb bread for sandwiches. You may need to reduce the baking time by a couple of minutes for the flatter ones. Since they are not as thick, they cook a little faster. I hope you’ll try both!
The best part of this low carb almond flour biscuits recipe is how ridiculously simple it is. Mix together all the ingredients, scoop them onto a baking sheet, and bake for just 15 minutes. So, so easy! It’s one of the reasons I keep making them again and again.
I’ve had no problem storing these paleo biscuits in the fridge for a week. You can warm them up in the microwave or oven right before serving. They also freeze well, so you could even make a few batches to have on hand for a long time. Can’t go wrong with that.
Paleo Almond Flour Biscuits Recipe (Low Carb, Gluten-free) – 4 Ingredients:
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