Keto Peanut Butter & Chocolate Pie

Keto Peanut Butter & Chocolate Pie

THIS KETO PEANUT BUTTER & CHOCOLATE PIE BOASTS A CREAMY PEANUT BUTTER FILLING AND A CHOCOLATE COOKIE CRUST.  LOW CARB, EGG FREE, GLUTEN FREE. The keto diet has been quite popular for a while now. I actually started it a few years ago and have had great success with it. I lost over 60 pounds and have kept it off. At first, I stuck to a very strict keto way of eating, but now I eat a wide variety of foods, including dessert! I love peanut butter and cream cheese which are both keto-friendly so I whipped up this rich, delicious Peanut Butter Cream Cheese Pie. It has a peanut no-bake crust that’s filled with the peanut butter and cream cheese mixture. If you don’t tell anyone this is low carb, high fat and sugar-free, they will never know!

Keto Peanut Butter & Chocolate Pie Recipe:



  • 7 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 2 cups superfine, blanched almond flour
  • 3 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 1/3 cup granulated erythritol sweetener


  • 8 ounces mascarpone cheese, room temperature
  • 2/3 cup sugar-free creamy peanut butter, room temperature
  • 1 3/4 cups heavy whipping cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum
  • 1/2 cup powdered erythritol


  • 4 squares Lindt 90% chocolate
  • 2 tablespoons sugar-free peanut butter
  • 1 tablespoon heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tablespoon powdered erythritol
  • 1/4 cup chopped salted peanuts



  1. Preheat the oven to 350° F.
  2. Combine the melted butter, almond flour, sweetener, and cocoa powder in a medium-sized bowl and mix well.
  3. Transfer the crust dough to a 9-inch pie plate.
  4. Press the crust firmly into the bottom and up the sides.
  5. Bake the crust for 10 minutes.
  6. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool.


  1. Combine the mascarpone and peanut butter and stir gently by hand until creamy and fully combined.
  2. Combine the heavy whipping cream, vanilla, xanthan gum, and erythritol in a large bowl and whip until stiff peaks form.
  3. Carefully fold the peanut butter mixture into the whipped cream.
  4. Transfer the filling to the cooled crust and smooth with a spatula.
  5. Freeze for 30 minutes.


  1. Combine the peanut butter, heavy whipping cream and erythritol in a small bowl and mix well.
  2. Spoon into a plastic baggie and snip the tip off one corner.
  3. Squeeze lines of the peanut butter mixture onto the top of the pie.
  4. Heat the chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl until melted.
  5. Transfer the chocolate into a plastic baggie and snip the tip-off of one corner.
  6. Drizzle the melted chocolate over the top of the pie.
  7. Sprinkle the top of the pie with chopped peanuts.



  • Serving Size: 1/12th pie
  • Calories: 496
  • Fat: 48g
  • Carbohydrates: 9g
  • Fiber: 4g
  • Protein: 10g



Enjoy this quick and easy keto breakfast burrito! Load em’ up with your favorite fillings like bacon, avocado, cheese, and some leafy greens.

Just watch the quick video to see how easy these are to make and scroll below to see all the filling options (number 3 is my favorite).

There’s even a handy tip at the end, so you can pack these for a healthy school lunchbox.

Keto Breakfast Burrito is a quick and easy healthy breakfast option the whole family will love. There are so many variations of the base and the fillings you can make.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time2 mins
Total Time7 mins
Course: Breakfast, Lunchboxes
Diet: Gluten Free, Grain-free, Keto, LCHF, Low Carb, No Sugars, Wheat Free
Keyword: Keto breakfast burrito
Servings:  burrito
total Carbs: 1g


  • Frying pan


  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 2 eggs medium
  • 2 tbsp cream full fat
  • choice of herbs or spices
  • salt/pepper to taste


  • In a small bowl, whisk the eggs, cream and chosen herbs and spices.
  • Melt the butter in the frying pan then pour in the burrito egg mixture.
  • Swirl the frying pan until the burrito mixture is evenly spread and thin as shown in the cooking video.
  • Place a lid over the burrito and leave to cook for 2 minutes.
  • Gently lift the burrito from the frying pan with a clean spatula onto a plate.
  • Add your favourite fillings then roll up and enjoy.


If you want to pack these for a healthy lunchbox, allow the burrito to cool first, then add the fillings and roll up. Secure and wrap using baking parchment.
Nutrition Facts
Keto Breakfast Burrito
Amount Per Serving (1 burrito)
Calories 331Calories from Fat 270
% Daily Value*
Fat 30g46%
Carbohydrates 1g0%
Protein 11g22%
Vitamin A 1270IU25%
Calcium 69mg7%
Iron 1.5mg8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

35 Keto Diet Snacks That Will Help You Lose Weight

35 Keto Diet Snacks That Will Help You Lose Weight

For meat and cheese lovers, the keto diet is a dream—bacon, and eggs for breakfast, all the guacamole you can eat, butter on literally everything.

That is until it’s snack time—then, if you’re on the keto diet, you’re basically SOL (unless, you know, you like having an entire steak for a snack). Think about it: All the best snacks are off-limits on the keto diet (damn that fickle 70 percent fat, 25 percent protein, 5 percent carbs ratio). Granola bars, crackers, cookies—all off-limits on a keto diet.

So uh, what can you snack on when following a keto diet? These easy grab-n-go keto diet snacks will help you hit your macro goals while never getting hangry. If you want to take it a step further we developed the Women’s Health Keto Made Simple bookazine, a new keto guide and meal plan (with 70+ recipes!) that’ll help you lose weight on the keto diet while still eating all your fave foods.

Now, let’s get to an ah-mazing keto snack guide that covers alllllllll the snacking bases: sweet bites, savory eats, peanut butter snacks, and more. Drooling yet? Enjoy.

Sweet Keto Snacks

1. Cinnamon Greek yogurt with walnuts

Greek yogurt

Combine two ounces of whole-milk Greek yogurt, one tablespoon chopped walnuts, and half a teaspoon cinnamon for a sweet, but healthy snack between meals, suggests Franziska Spritzler, RD, a certified diabetes educator in Huntington Beach, California.

And don’t be thrown off by the carb count: “Although the sugar and net carb counts may seem a bit high, the effective carbs are probably about half because some of the sugar has been converted to lactic acid during the fermentation process,” she says.

Per serving: 160 calories, 12.5 g fat (6.5g saturated fat), 6 g carbs, 5.5 g sugar, 25 mg sodium, 0.5 g fiber, 8 g protein.

2. Dark chocolate


If you want a little something sweet, Kendra Whitmire, RD, a nutritionist in Laguna Beach, California says dark chocolate that’s been sweetened with Stevia, not sugar, should hit the spot. Choose chocolate with more than 70 percent cocoa and stick with a small amount, like a half of an ounce.

Per serving: 59.5 calories, 6 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat), 6.7 g carbs, 2.8 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 1 g protein.

3. Berries and cream


There are few fruits you can eat on keto—a small amount of berries can often fit (and they’ll add much-need fiber too your diet, too). Add a quarter cup of raspberries to a bowl and cover in a few tablespoons of cream.

Per serving: 116 calories, 12.2 g fat (7 g saturated fat), 3.7 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 1.4 g sugar, 10 mg sodium, 0.4 g protein.

Savory Keto Snacks

4. Hard-boiled eggs

Hard boiled egg

Just like string cheese, a hard-boiled egg provides some protein and fat, while also being pretty low-cal, says Beth Warren, RDN, author of Secrets of a Kosher Girl. Eat a couple for a filling keto diet snack or pair one with something else on this list.

Per 1 egg: 60 calories, 4 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 60 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 6 g protein.

5. Avocado


Avocados are packed with healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, along with plenty of other minerals like fiber and potassium—and they’re keto-friendly, too. “Avocados are one of my favorite keto diet snacks,” says Jessica Cording, RD, a New York-based dietitian.

She recommends eating one half of an avocado when it’s snack time. Or, if you don’t want to deal with stashing half of an avocado in your fridge, Cording recommends looking out for “gator eggs”—tiny avocados that each count as a single serving.

Per 1/2 avocado: 114 calories, 10.5 g fat (1.4 g saturated fat), 6 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 5 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 1 g protein.

6. Kalamata olives and cucumber

Bowl of marinated kalamata olives

One cup sliced cucumbers and 10 large olives makes for a great keto-friendly snack, with added benefits: “This is a great snack to help people in ketosis supplement their sodium levels.” says Desiree Nielsen, RD, author of Un-Junk Your Diet. When you’re in ketosis, your body needs more sodium, and “without adequate sodium, people are at risk for dehydration, constipation, and more dangerous electrolyte imbalances,” she adds.

Per serving: 71 calories, 4.8 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 5 g carbs, 2.3 g fiber, 2.1 g sugar, 285 mg sodium, 1.2 g protein.

7. Wrapped dill pickles

Pickled Cucumbers in a White Dish

“One thing many people do not realize is that when eating a low-carb, ketogenic diet, the body’s need for sodium increases,” says Sarah Koenck, RD, of Virta Health in San Francisco. “Dill pickles are a great way to get in salt and a perfect vehicle for deli sandwich items, sans bread.”

For this low-carb snack, wrap one large dill pickle with one ounce sliced deli meat and once ounce sliced cheese.

Per serving: 160 calories, 9.5 g fat (6 g saturated fat), 1.5 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 3 g carbohydrates, 1645 mg sodium, 6 g protein.

8. Collard cheese wraps

Collard greens

“This is an easy portable snack that helps you get extra greens, while being balanced with a bit of protein,” Nielsen says. Take one large collard greens leaf (without the stem) and spread it with one teaspoon each Dijon mustard and mayonnaise. Top with one ounce sliced cheddar cheese and roll like a wrap.

Per serving: 162 calories, 13.4 g fat (7 g saturated fat), 1.3 g carbs, 1.5 g fiber, 0.4 g sugar, 269.4 mg sodium, 8.2 g protein.

9. Cucumber slices and guacamole

Cucumber and avocado sandwiches on bread background.

“This snack takes seconds to prepare and the healthy fats from this guacamole dip make it a perfectly filling and satisfying snack,” Alyssa Sharp, RD, says. Slice up half a cucumber and dip into half a cup of guacamole.

Per serving: 233 calories, 19.9 g fat (4.3 g saturated fat), 14.9 carbs, 3.3 g sugar, 14 mg sodium, 7.7 g fiber, 3.2 g protein.

10. Hummus and veggies


Surprised you can have hummus? After all, chickpeas are rich in carbs. But in small amounts, used as a “flavoring,” hummus can fit in a keto diet, says Whitmire, who practices functional and therapeutic nutrition and works with clients on the keto diet. Keep it to a tablespoon and dip in a half cup of bell pepper strips.

Per serving: 48 calories, 2.8 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 5 g carbs, 1.8 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 66 mg sodium, 3.6 g protein.

11. Almond butter and seed bites


These are perfect keto snacks alone, but they’re even tastier together, says Boise, Idaho-based dietitian Emily Norbryhn, RD, who often works with keto clients. “The fat, protein, and fiber in this snack will keep you full for hours,” she adds. Mix together two tablespoons crea\my almond butter, one teaspoon chia seeds, one teaspoon sunflower seeds, one teaspoon flax seeds, and two teaspoons pumpkin seeds. Dig in.

Per serving: 262 calories, 21 g fat, 11.6 g carbs, 7.8 g fiber, 11 g protein.

12. Bacon and bell pepper roll-ups


In this combo you’ll get fat and protein from bacon, and much-needed fiber from bell peppers. Here’s how to make it, says Chicago-area nutritionist Vicki Shanta Retelny, RDN: Wrap a slice of bacon around a slice of bell pepper, then cook in the oven until crisp.

Per serving: 83 calories, 7 g fat, (2.5 g saturated), 0.6 g carbs, 0.2 g fiber, 0.4 g sugar, 320 mg sodium, 5.1 g protein.

13. Easy tuna salad


A couple ounces of canned tuna whipped up with a couple tablespoons of mayo makes a great quick tuna salad that you can dollop on lettuce leaves, says Whitmire.

Per serving: 261 calories, 22.3 g fat (3.7 g saturated fat), 0.1 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0.2 g sugar, 389 mg sodium, 13.6 g protein.

14. Cheese and salami


Why mess with a classic? “Cheese has almost zero carbs, and salami might have one or two grams of carbs depending on the variety,” says Norbryhn. She suggests purchasing high-quality salami from the deli, and mixing it up with different types of cheeses (gouda, Swiss, Manchego) for variety. Snack on one ounce of each.

Per serving: 215 calories, 16.5 g fat (8.4 g saturated fat), 0.6 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0.1 g sugar, 660 mg sodium, 14.8 g protein.

15. Guacamole with bacon “chips”


Seriously, this is a thing, guys. “Avocados are a great source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, as well as fiber,” says Northbryhn. Cut prep time by picking up pre-made guac; some grocery stores also have breakfast hot bars where you can buy bacon slices, too. Just break two bacon slices into bite-sized pieces and dip into ¼ cup guac, she recommends.

Per serving: 170 calories, 15 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat), 6 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 560 mg sodium, 7 g protein.

16. Cottage cheese grapefruit bowls


Fruit is tough to fit into the keto diet, but in small amounts, it can work. Top a half cup of cottage cheese with segments from a quarter of a grapefruit, suggests Vicki Shanta Retelny, RDN. Bonus: Grapefruit is rich in antioxidant vitamin C.

Per serving: 136 calories, 5.1 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 11.6 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 8.2 g sugar, 410 mg sodium, 12.5 g protein.

17. Roasted chickpeas


“You might assume that you can’t eat pulses like chickpeas, beans, and lentils on the keto diet. But you totally can, especially in smaller portions,” says Amy Gorin, RDN, owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition in the New York City area. “Pulses are a good source of satiating protein and an excellent source of filling fiber—and research shows that eating them daily can help your overall health and can even help you lose weight.” Roast chickpeas and toss with oil (for added fat) and spices (to amp the flavor).

Per serving: 65 calories, 0.5 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 10.5 g carbs, 2.5 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 15 mg sodium, 3.5 g protein.

18. Brie and cherry tomatoes


An ounce of brie has no carbs (harder cheeses like cheddar contain small amounts of carbs), but offers filling fat and protein, which is why this is one of Gorin’s go-to’s. Add a half cup of cherry tomatoes for fiber and hydrating water, she says.

Per serving: 133 calories, 11.2 g fat (8 g saturated fat), 2.9 g carbs, 0.9 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 164 mg sodium, 4.7 g protein.

19. Crab salad lettuce wraps


If tuna’s not your thing, try crab, suggests Retelny. Mix a half cup crabmeat with a dollop of Greek yogurt and mustard, and dill (optional). Dig in with a fork or wrap in Bibb lettuce leaves if you’re feeling all fancy.

Per serving: 92 calories, 0.3 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 0.3 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0.2 g sugar, 370 mg sodium, 15.7 g protein.

20. Ricotta caprese


Cottage cheese gets all the love, but don’t forget about smooth ricotta. In this twist on stuffed cherry tomatoes, Retelny suggests mixing together ricotta cheese (go for whole milk ricotta) with finely diced basil. In each hallowed out cherry tomato, dollop a half teaspoon of the mixture.

Per serving: 56 calories, 1.8 g fat (1 g saturated), 5.1 g carbs, 1.2 g fiber, 2.7 g sugar, 22 mg sodium, 2.1 g protein.

Peanut Butter Keto Snacks

21. Celery peanut butter boats with chia seeds

Peanut Butter on Sticks of Celery

“This snack is packed with fiber, protein, and healthy fats, making it the perfect snack to fuel your day,” says Sharp. Spread two tablespoons peanut butter on one celeery stalk. “Sprinkle some chia seeds on top to get a healthy dose of omega-3s,” she adds.

Per serving: 225 calories, 18.3 g fat (3.6 g saturated fat), 9.8 g carbs, 3.2 g sugar, 162 mg sodium, 4.6 g fiber, 9.3 g protein.

22. Peanut butter and cream cheese


Meet your new fave keto combo: peanut butter and cream cheese. “This snack almost tastes like a dessert—think peanut butter cream cheese frosting,” says Norbryhn. Mix two tablespoons of natural peanut butter with one tablespoon whipped cream cheese.

Per serving: 215 calories, 18 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 8 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 2.5 g sugar, 110 mg sodium, 8 g protein.

23. Cocoa peanut butter balls


You love peanut butter cups, and this is a keto take on the classic, says Retelny. She suggests rolling a tablespoon of natural smooth peanut butter in your hands to make a ball, then sprinkling with unsweetened cocoa powder. Chill for an hour in the fridge.

Per serving: 101 calories, 8.3 g fat (1.7 g saturated fat), 5 g carbs, 2.5 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 55 mg sodium, 4.5 g protein.

On-The-Go Keto Snacks

24. Stoka bars


Over 70 percent of these bars’ calories come from fat (keto win!), namely almonds, which contain the “benefit of magnesium to support your mood and cravings,” says Lauren O’Connor, RD, owner of Nutri Savvy Health. They also contain lots of fiber (5 grams to be exact) and sugar alcohol erythritol, which keeps both the glycemic index and net carbs (4-5 g) low. And with fewer than 10 ingredients each, Stoka Bars are free of added sugars and artificial flavors. (You can stock up on Amazon!)

Per Stoka bar: 250 calories, 15 g fat, 17 g carbs, 7 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 9 g protein.

25. String cheese

String cheese

This one is easy enough to do: Just keep a bunch in your fridge at home or work and grab one when you’re ready to nosh. String cheese has a nice mix of protein and fat, which can definitely help you fill up and stay full, says Cording.

Per 1 string cheese: 90 calories, 7 g fat (4.5 g saturated fat), 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 170 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 7 g protein.

26. Epic meat bars


Epic is known for its low-carb and keto-friendly snacks made from the highest-quality ingredients and whole foods. They boast two grams or less of carbs in most bars and come in 11 flavors including chicken sesame BBQ, smoked salmon maple, and wild boar bacon. (You can buy on Amazon here).

Per chicken sesame BBQ bar: 120 calories, 4 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 5 carbs, 3 g sugar, 290 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 15 g protein.

27. Flaxseed crackers

crackers from flax seeds, healthy food gluten free

If you’re craving crackers on the keto diet (and crunchy veggies aren’t cutting it), try crackers made from flaxseed, which are high in omega-3 fats. Amp up your fat content even more by dipping these in some guacamole or topping them with cheese.

Per serving: 170 calories, 12 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 9 carbs, 1 g sugar, 10 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 5 g protein.

28. Almonds


On the keto diet, you really can’t go wrong with nuts—not only are they low in carbs and high in protein, but they’re also high in fats.

Another perk of nuts: “Research suggests that eating nuts like almonds regularly is linked to a longer lifespan, less belly fat, improved brain health, and more,” Maggie Moon, RD, author of The MIND Diet previously told

Per 1/4-cup serving: 207 cal, 18 g fat (1 g sat), 8 g carbs, 2 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 8 g protein.

29. Pistachios


Pistachios aren’t just another nut on this list—they’re actually known as the “skinny nut,” according to Alex Caspero, RD. “They are among the highest snack nuts in protein and fiber, and lower in calories than any other tree nut,” she said. They’re also low in carbs and high in fats, which makes them very keto-friendly.

Per 1.25-oz serving: 100 cal, 9 g fat (1 g sat), 5 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 180 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 4 g protein.

30. Seaweed snacks


Miss chips? Grab roasted seaweed for a quick snack when you’re in the mood for savory + crispy. Seaweed is a great source of iodine, a nutrient that supports thyroid function, says Pegah Jalali, RD, a dietitian at Middleberg Nutrition in New York City. Top ’em with sliced avocado for additional fat, she says.

Per serving: 15 calories, 2 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 0 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 40 mg sodium, 0.3 g protein.

31. Moon cheese


Made entirely out of cheese, “this is great in a pinch, as you can find it at most Starbucks and airports across the country, making it super easily accessible,” says Jalali. (You can also buy it on Amazon to stock your pantry at home.)

Per serving: 70 calories, 5 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 1 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 140 mg sodium, 5 g protein.

32. Dang bar


It’s tough to find a grab-and-go keto-friendly bar, but plant-based Dang Bars (formerly FATBAR) are available on Amazon and have just four to five grams of net carbs.

Per serving: 200 calories, 14 g fat (4.5 g saturated fat), 11 g carbs, 6 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 55 mg sodium, 9 g protein.

33. Green smoothie


A smoothie can be a great option, especially when you’re looking for a more filling snack, says Whitmire. Avocado-packed Minty Green Protein Smoothie, anyone?

Per serving: 282 calories, 20 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 14 g carbs, 9 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 269 mg sodium, 14 g protein.

34. Lupini beans


Brami Lupini Beans come in a variety of flavors (like lime, hot pepper, and sea salt), and they are so, so tasty. (You can buy them on Amazon.) Even better: because they’re packed with fiber, they have zero net carbs. You’re welcome.

Per serving: 60 calories, 1 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 7 g carbs, 7 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 321 mg sodium, 7 g protein.

35. Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds

These little seeds are an awesome source of healthy fat and fiber, along with a little punch of protein, Cording says. They’re also super easy to eat on the go—just stash them in your bag and whip them out when you’re hungry.

Per 1/4 cup: 190 calories, 15 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 7 g carbs, 2 g sugar, 360 mg sodium, 3 g fiber, 6 g protein.

Keto Cheese Bread Muffin

Keto Cheese Bread Muffin

Gooey cheesy garlic bread muffins – these delicious low carb muffins taste just like your favorite garlic bread. A wonderful keto bread recipe that’s great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. At times, I find that gluten-free or low-carb bread has ingredients that I don’t have on hand and have a different texture than what I’m used to.  These cheesy muffins with almond flour are the exception. On tasting them, Mr. Hungry immediately pronounced these keto cheesy herb muffins the “best low carb bread thingy you’ve ever made!”  I have to agree with him, these savory low carb muffins really did turn out amazing!

Very flavorful cheese muffins are keto, low carb and gluten-free. They are perfect for breakfast with eggs and avocado, or for dinner with chili.
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Rest time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 50 minutes
Servings: 8 cheese muffins
Calories: 212kcal


  • A nonstick spray for pan
  • 3 large eggs
  • ½ teaspoon of sea salt
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • ¼ teaspoon cayenne
  • 1 cup blanched finely ground almond flour (4 oz)
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • 1.5 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese (6 oz)
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan (1.5 oz)


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line 8 muffin cups with paper liners and spray the liners with nonstick spray (I use avocado oil spray). Or use greased silicone cups.
  • In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, salt, garlic powder, and cayenne.
  • Using a rubber spatula, mix in the almond flour, then the baking soda, and finally the cheeses. The batter will be thick and dough-like. You can actually work it with your hands, as shown in the video, although it’s quite sticky.
  • Using a 4-tablespoon scoop, divide the batter evenly between the muffin cups.
  • Bake until golden and a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean, 22-25 minutes.
  • Cool 5 minutes in the pan, then transfer to a cooling rack to cool 5 more minutes before serving.


Serving: 1cheese muffin | Calories: 212kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 12g | Fat: 17g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Sodium: 435mg | Fiber: 2g


Keto Cheesy Meatballs Marinara⁠

Keto Cheesy Meatballs Marinara⁠

There are a few options to use as a binder for keto meatballs. I used to use almond flour regularly in my low carb meatballs, but I heard it through the grapevine that crushed pork rinds actually work better.I was really hesitant, but now pork rinds are my FAVORITE meatball binder. They add zero carbs and help hold the meatballs together without drying them out. My family actually can’t tell the difference between low carb meatballs and traditional meatballs when I use pork rinds as a binder. True story. Keto Cheesy Meatballs Marinara⁠ – Looking for a great low carb dinner option? This low carb meatballs casserole recipe is absolutely fabulous. It’s a clear winner with the whole family! Meatballs, marinara sauce, and cheese combined together equal heaven here on earth. You’ll want to make it over and over again! Serve over cauliflower rice or zucchini noodles for a complete low carb meal – You really can’t mess up this recipe in any way. It’s amazing how excited one gets over a low carb or keto-friendly recipe. Enjoy!


list for the Low Carb Meatball Casserole
2 lbs (900g) ground turkey
1 cup shredded mozzarella
1/2 cup grated or shredded parmesan
1 egg
2 teaspoons onion powder
2 teaspoons fresh minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning blend
1/2 teaspoon fresh cracked black pepper
1/2 teaspoon Cayenne pepper, optional
1/2 teaspoon crushed red chili pepper flakes, optional
1 cup Marinara sauce
1 cup shredded cheese of your choice for topping (Mozzarella, Provolone, Monterrey Jack, Cheddar…)
Fresh basil or parsley, for topping


1. To prepare the meatballs casserole recipe: Preheat your oven to 400ºF (200ºC). Lightly spray a casserole dish with cooking spray.

2. Combine ground turkey, mozzarella, parmesan, egg, onion powder, garlic, Italian seasoning, Cayenne, crushed chili pepper flakes in a large salad bowl – except for the Marinara sauce, 1 cup cheese, and fresh basil that are set aside for the casserole. Use a small cookie scoop to form the meatballs all the same size and arrange the meatballs in the casserole dish.

3. Bake your meatballs casserole for 15 to 20 minutes or until fully cooked. Remove the meatballs casserole from the oven and drain the grease.

4. Top with the low carb Marinara sauce and shredded cheese and put the meatballs casserole back in the oven. Bake for an additional 5 to 10 minutes until the cheese has fully melted.

5. Serve the low carb meatballs casserole with a side salad or over zucchini noodles as pictured. Enjoy!


You can also mix 1 lb (450g) ground beef and 1 lb (450g) spicy pork sausage instead of using ground turkey.