I made this Keto Chocolate Cake Roll for dessert after Christmas dinner and it was a huge hit, even for those who aren’t doing keto. I lost the picture I took of it that evening with garnishes and all that fancy jazz after moving all of my pictures from my phone to my computer (R.I.P., pics), but made it again for my daughter’s 4th Birthday party and made sure to snap a pic, so this is what we’re working with, here. Definitely not as purty as my Christmas roll, but equally delicious!
Beat all ingredients together in a medium size bowl until well combined and then spread onto cooled cake, leaving an inch on all 4 sides. Carefully roll cake, using parchment paper to keep cake from cracking. Slice, serve, and ENJOY!!
These plaid shoes are to die for! The lighting is not the best but you must check these out from The Red Dress Boutqiue! So cute! This is most likely the outfit I’ll be wearing tomorrow! Simple, comfy, stretchy, and such a classic and festive look!
Thanksgiving stuffing or dressing (whatever you like to call it) is my absolute FAVORITE side dish on the Turkey Day table! Well, I decided to do something different this year with our keto dressing to make things a little easier for myself. I would typically make a keto bread a few days prior to Turkey Day, cut it up into cubes, dry them out on a cookie sheet for 2 days, and then make the dressing as I normally would. This year, I combined my biscuit dough and a roll of sausage together and dropped them onto a sheet pan! I thought individual biscuits or balls would be equally delicious with a crunchy exterior and a doughy inside! These. Are. So. GOOD!!
3 cups almond flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup melted butter
2/3 cups sour cream
3 celery stocks, finely chopped
1/2 yellow onion, finely chopped
2 Tbsp baking powder
1 Tbsp rubbed sage
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp italian seasoning
1 1/2 cups shredded cheese
1 lb sausage (spicy, sage, or italian) I used Jimmy Dean
Preheat oven to 375*
In a large bowl, mix together everything but the sausage. Once combined, mix in sausage and stir it all together.
Drop dough into 1″ balls onto a greased cookie sheet or a cookie sheet lined with a silicone baking mat.
Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
You can make these ahead of time and reheat in the oven before your Thanksgiving feast!
Baking season is upon us and I. Am. Here. For. It. I take my cookies seriously so I have been tweaking and testing recipes for almost a year, now, trying to create the perfect chocolate chip cookies! These are SO good and taste even better than the recipe I used to make before I started keto! My kids go crazy over these!! The (optional) coconut flour makes them even fluffier, but the secret is the pack of unflavored gelatin which makes them super duper soft and fluffy!