KETO Cinnamon Roll

KETO Cinnamon Roll


175 grammes of shredded mozzarella (1 ½ cups)
80 g (3/4 cup) of extra-fine almond flour
Cream cheese, two tablespoons
room temperature 1 egg
1/2 tsp. baking powder
When filling:
2 Teaspoons of water
2 Tablespoons of sweetener, granular
Two cinnamon sticks
Regarding The Frosting
Cream cheese, two tablespoons
1 tablespoon full-fat Greek yoghurt
Two vanilla stevia drops

Set the oven to 180 degrees Celsius/360 degrees Fahrenheit.
Melt the mozzarella and cream cheese for 1 1/2 minutes in the microwave. Make sure the cheese is melted but not boiling, and/or turn the stove off.
Add the egg and stir.
Add baking powder and almond flour at this point. Begin blending. Then form a smooth dough ball. If you lightly grease your hands first, this can be simpler.
Make 6 50g-sized balls out of the dough.
Roll out 40 cm long rolls, then flatten using your palms.
Boil some water, then stir in the sweetener and cinnamon to make your cinnamon filling. Over the rolls of flattened dough, apply the cinnamon paste.
Every one into a bun, then slice in half on the diagonal. You now have 12 buns, which you can either put in a pie dish or on a nonstick baking sheet.
For 20 minutes, bake.
Prepare the icing while the rolls are baking: Combine yoghurt, cream cheese, and stevia. Serve the spread atop the warm buns.
Per roll, there are 1.3 grams of net carbohydrates. produce 12 rolls. The supermarket’s pre-shredded mozzarella works well for this dish. Fresh white mozzarella is overly liquid-filled and runny. If you find it to be overly sticky, grease your hands. Simply warm it back up if it gets too cold to make handling it easier. The rolls may be small, but they are surprisingly full, so don’t let their size mislead you! Use a brown sugar substitute if you have one; it tastes quite close to brown sugar and pairs well with cinnamon. To give the rolls a lovely buttery flavour , you can use butter for the water. I first made a few with butter, but since the rolls already have a lot of fat, I merely chose to dissolve the sugar in water. You have a choice! If you don’t have vanilla-flavored stevia, you could flavor your frosting with a little vanilla extract.
Energy: 94kcal2.1g of total carbohydrates; 6.2g of protein Fat: 7.2g2.3g of saturated fat0.1g of polyunsaturated fat0.4g of monounsaturated fat25 mg cholesterol Salt: 98 mg9 mg. potassium0.8g of fibre0.4g sugar

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