It is hard not to love these keto hush puppies. They’re soft, fluffy, and not too dry, so they’re perfect for dunking in your favorite keto dip. If you’re new to keto, or you’re just looking for a new flavor, these “hush puppies” are a great place to start. Learn how to make keto hush puppies at home.
I have a confession to make. I used to eat hush puppies all the time as a kid. I know, what a shocker. Before I moved to keto, I ate hush puppies pretty much everyday. I literally ate them by the bagful, as I was addicted to them. But, as I got older, I found myself avoiding them because they are so high in carbs. So, I thought I’d make some low carb hush puppies – just 2g net carbs each. I’ve included instructions on how to make the batter and fry them up.
Do you miss the puppies since you’ve been on the diet?
I love munching on a handful of salty gypsies, but because they are traditionally made with cornmeal and contain a lot of carbs, I’ve had to abstain, unfortunately. Between wanting to eat them and trying a similar recipe from Natasha Newton, I wanted to sweeten the pot with my Hush Puppies Keto recipe to share with you all!
These keto hush puppies are delicious and make a great low-carb side dish or snack.
Tips to make the best Hush Puppies Keto:
- Make sure the oil is hot before you dip the hash puppies in. The candy thermometer really helps to measure the temperature.
- This is a basic keto hash pudding recipe, but you can add anything, like grated cheese or jalapenos if you like spicier dishes, or even green peppers.
- One trick I like to use is to pour melted butter over these golden gypsies just before serving. YUMMY!
- Since hushpuppies taste like cornbread, I like to add some sweetness. If you’re not a fan of sweet snertkoeken, you can omit the keto sweetener.
.. : 12 SERIES
Preparation time: 15 MINUTES
Cooking time: 10 MINUTES
Total time : 25 MINUTES
Do you miss the puppies since you’ve been on the diet? This low-carb recipe uses almond flour instead of cornmeal to keep the carbs down.
In a mixing bowl, whisk together the almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, and ketosis.
Add the egg and cream to the flour mixture. Don’t over-knead the dough, you want the texture of cornbread.
Place the puppy dough in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. If you wish, the dough can even be prepared the day before.
Heat the oil in a large pan or deep fryer. Let the oil heat to 325-350 degrees.
Pour a large tablespoon into the hot oil. I usually use 4 to 6 at a time. Bake for about 3 minutes or until golden brown. Place puppies on a paper towel to drain excess oil. Repeat this process until all puppies are baked.
Yield: 12, serving size: 1
Quantity per serving:
94,5 calories | 7,8 g fat | 4,7 g total carbohydrate | 1,8 g fibre | 0,6 g sugar | 0 g erythritol | 3 g protein | 2,1 g net carbohydrate
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Take a bite!
Packed with tangy flavor on the inside and a perfect golden crunch on the outside, these hushpuppies will become your new favorite keto snack. They taste like corn bread, but they’re even tastier because they’re toasted and very crunchy! YUMMY!
I can’t wait to make them with baked fish for dinner, my mouth is already watering just thinking about it.
Jen, a member of my team, tested this recipe for me, and here’s what she says:
This recipe was very easy, just mix a few ingredients and you’re done! It’s fast, and the taste is incomparable. I also love the texture, reminiscent of cornbread, but without the carbs. I would say they are similar to traditional hushpuppies, but with a lighter texture. They matched our fish perfectly, and I might as well have eaten them alone as an appetizer.
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