Keto Cinnamon Rolls Recipe:
Cinnamon rolls? Yes. Cinnamon rolls. For the carnivore diet? Yes, why would I lie to you? These are super simple to make and have a glaze that can be used on anything! keto cinnamon rolls (aka fathead cinnamon rolls) might just be one of the greatest low-carb keto breakfasts of all time. Unlike fathead bagels and fathead pizza (which are totally delicious in their own right), this recipe puts a sweet spin on this classic dough. It’s fluffy and aromatic with a layer of the best keto brown “sugar”, cinnamon, melted butter… and of course, a drizzle of icing at the end. You would never be able to guess that these low carb cinnamon rolls have just 2.6 grams of net carbs. It’s a healthy treat that everyone loves!
Need to Make This Recipe:
- These make rolling out the fathead dough so much easier.
- Almond flour — Cannot be substituted in this recipe. This is my favorite brand.
- Swerve Sweetener or Golden Monkfruit if you prefer.— Is way cheaper on Amazon than at my local grocery stores.
- Silicone muffin tin — I use this ALL THE TIME. This bundle comes in two sizes. I use the mini muffin size to make my
Why You Will Love These Rolls!:
- Easy: These cinnamon rolls are perfect for beginners. They are straightforward to make, and dare we say fun! They are a great recipe if you have kids who want to help you in the kitchen.
- Perfect for a crowd: This recipe yields 10 rolls so it is a great option to make if you are hosting a brunch or have overnight guests to feed in the morning.
- No rise: Making traditional cinnamon buns from scratch requires patience and you have to plan ahead because you need to carve out a few hours for the yeast to rise. These no yeast rolls require no rising time so they can be made much faster.
keto Cinnamon Rolls
Cinnamon rolls? Yes. Cinnamon rolls. For the keto diet? Yes, why would I lie to you? These are super simple to make and have a glaze that can be used on anything!
- 5 Oz Pork Rinds Ground
- 5 Eggs
- 1 1/2 tps Baking Powder
- 2 Tbsp Collagen
- 5 Tbsp Allulose
- 1/4 Cup Butter Unsalted
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 3 Tbsp Heavy Cream
In a bowl, add in all of your pork rinds, eggs, baking powder, and 1 tsp of allulose. Combine and set aside and allow to hydrate.
Melt your butter in a microwave or oven a burner and add in 1 tbsp + 2 tsp of your allulose, cinnamon, and a pink of salt. Combine until homogenous.
Grab a baking sheet and line it with a silicone baking mat. Pour all of your pork rind mixture on the middle of it and spread it out and make a rectangle. Place this into the oven at 350ºF or 176°C for 5-7 minutes or until just set. Let rest for about 5 minutes so we can handle it.
Grab your cooked pork rind pastry and spread all of your butter mixture onto it, leaving about 1 inch at the end open to roll it up to. Roll it up and press firmly on it for about 1 minute to ensure it sticks together. Cut into even pieces.
In a bowl, add your collagen, the remainder of your allulose, your heavy cream, and a pinch of salt. Whisk to combine. Pour over your cinnamon rolls and serve.