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4-ingredient low carb buttery biscuits

I cannot thank those of you enough that reached out to me since my last post. My intent was not to get attention (if you know me, you know that is the last thing I would ever want) or create concern. Like I said, I just wanted to raise some awareness and make a small confession.
So, just to be clear, I am all good. And I am thankful for the health that I have and for the support that I have from my family and friends. I am so grateful for so much. And besides, we all have our own stuff, right? We ALL do. But it’s just that you now actually know mine. 🙂 But from the bottom of my heart, really, I so appreciate all of your thoughts and kind words. So, thank you. I’ve been reading a couple of Brené Brown’s books lately and she says, “being vulnerable isn’t a weakness,” which is what it feels like sometimes (or all of the time). But rather, she claims that is is actually “the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, accountability, and authenticity.” So maybe I am growing and learning, too. Maybe we are growing and learning together. 
Ok how sick are you of this cold and rain? Ugh, I am so over it. I thought we need something warm and comforting to snack on, so we made these biscuits the other day. They are so simple to make with only 4 ingredients, and they are low carb or even Keto compliant.
And if you have a nut allergy, I bet you could substitute with this pumpkin seed meal or sunflower seed meal. Both of these flours got great review so you’ll have to let me know if you try it! But do know that if you use the sunflower seed meal, the biscuits will likely turn green due to a chemical reaction between the sunflower seed meal and baking powder. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day that is just around the corner!
Anyway, my son LOVES these biscuits and has been having them as a part of his breakfast (or even afternoon snack!) lately. My husband liked them but really loved them once we added butter and honey or eggs and bacon. They are a little different than regular gluten-filled high carb biscuits but still they are great!! I hope you all love them! By the way, I got this recipe from Wholesome YUM and it got 4.9 stars from 73 reviews. That’s really good and especially for a low carb, gluten free biscuit! 

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Low carb biscuits
  1. 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. Scoop tablespoonfuls of the dough onto the lined baking sheet. Form into rounded biscuit shapes (flatten slightly with your fingers). Bake for about 15 minutes, until firm and golden. Cool on the baking sheet.
Recipe Notes

To scoop, use a ice cream scooper if you have one. We used a cookie scooper and they were a little too small for bacon and eggs. 

  • Katherine - Looking forward to making these today with the girls—on this rainy, half-day of school!ReplyCancel

    • landriav - I hope y’all like them Katherine!! They’re extra good with some butter and honey on them. ReplyCancel

  • Earvin Paul Magnaye Sosa - Thanks for sharing this healthy and delicious recipe of your family. I badly need this because i’m overweight and i’m planning to eat healthy meals only and some desserts for my cheat day. ha! Enjoy your day!ReplyCancel

    • landriav - Thanks! I hope you like them! These are great for Keto or low carb and so tasty!!ReplyCancel

  • Viviana - I’ll definitely try them one of these days! yummy!ReplyCancel

  • Sam - Just made these for the second time. And this time with a low carb sausage gravy. SO YUMMY! I’m so grateful for your blog and the fantastic recipes that keep my family fully fed and satisfied without breaking the bank or sacrificing our health.ReplyCancel

    • Landria Voigt - Thanks for saying that Sam!! So appreciate your comment! 🙂ReplyCancel

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