Keto Cereal Recipe [Salted Caramel Pork Rinds!?]

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Some of you out there might be shaking your head at the idea of pork rinds, cereal, and cinnamon going together – but take a leap of faith with me. If you’ve been missing cereal on keto or have been looking for a low-carb cereal you can have in the morning, this is for you!

Pair these with your favorite unsweetened low-carb milk alternative (like almond milk, coconut milk from the carton, hemp milk, or macadamia milk).

When these initially came out of the fridge, the absolute first thought that I had was “WOW, Salted Caramel Popcorn!” Seriously, these things are almost too good to be true. If you’re not a fan of cereal, make these and eat them as a snack – they’d go great with a late night and a movie on the side!

This is such a simple and easy recipe that you could make it in bulk for every morning to come. They store quite well in the fridge and stay crunchy for at least 3 days, but I do find fresher is better.

The type of pork rinds you get is pretty important. You don’t want to have to chip a tooth and visit the dentist after eating these – so make sure you get the type of pork rinds that are light and puffy; not the hardened, very crunchy ones. And obviously, get the flavorless variety!

They turn out very similarly to cinnamon toast crunch cereal with a bit of butter added to them. Enjoy, and as always I’d love to hear your input and feedback in the comments below!

Read the full recipe with full nutrition breakdown and step-by-step pictures over at:

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Ingredients:
1 ounce pork rinds
1 cup unsweetened vanilla coconut milk
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
1 tablespoon erythritol
¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon

Nutrition Summary: This makes 1 serving, but you can easily make it 2 servings. Without added low-carb milk, these come out to be: 514 Calories, 48.38g Fats, 2.05g Carbs, and 17.12g Protein.

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