KETO Cinnamon Rolls Recipe | Low Carb FatHead Cinnamon Rolls With Coconut Flour | Easy KETO Recipes

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One of the BEST Keto Recipes you’ll ever make! These low carb Cinnamon Rolls are a keto diet breakfast game changer. Not only are they delicious, but they’re SO EASY to make, and great for beginners to make on the keto diet. I modified the FatHead dough recipe by adding a bit of coconut flour and powdered erythritol, and these delicious keto cinnamon rolls were the result! I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

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THINGS I USED IN TODAY’S CINNAMON ROLL RECIPE:

Granulated Erythritol:

Confectioners Erythritol:

Super Fine Almond Flour:

Coconut Flour:

Cinnamon:

Baking Sheet:

Food Scale:

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CINNAMON ROLL INGREDIENTS:

4oz (112g) Full Fat Cream Cheese
3/4 Cup (84g) Full Fat Mozzarella Cheese
1 Large Egg
1 3/4 Cup (175g) Super Fine Almond Flour
3 Tbsps (30g) Confectioners Erythritol
3 Tbsps (21g) Coconut Flour

Inside Ingredients:
1 Tbsp (14g) Melted Butter
3 Tbsps (36g) Granulated Erythritol
1/2-1Tbsps Cinnamon

Icing Ingredients:
1/4 Cup (40g) Confectioners Erythritol
1 Tbsp (15g) Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk

INSTRUCTIONS

Add the cream cheese and mozzarella cheese to a small bowl and microwave for 30-45 seconds, mix, and microwave again for 30-45 seconds

In a large bowl add and whisk 1 large egg

Then add the cheese mixture and all the other dough ingredients EXCEPT FOR THE COCONUT FLOUR

Mix everything until a stick dough forms. Once it does, add the coconut flour, and mix until a workable ball of dough forms

When it does add the ball of dough to a piece of parchment paper coated with almond flour.

Press out the dough into an oval/rectangle. Make sure to use your hands, and not a rolling pin, because the dough may stick to the pin.

Once the dough is about 1/4 inch thick and about 16 inches long coat it with the melted butter and add the granulated erythritol and cinnamon.

Roll the cinnamon roll up – follow the instructions in the video.

Cut the cinnamon rolls into 5 equal sized pieces, and add them to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper (coating the parchment paper in baking spray will make them easier to remove).

Bake at 350 Degrees for about 15 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown.

*NOTE: They may feel “cakey” when you take them out, but once they cool down they’ll firm up.

While the cinnamon rolls are cooling make the icing. Add the confectioners erythritol and the almond milk to a dish and mix.

Coat the cinnamon rolls in icing, and enjoy!

Store in the fridge sealed for up to a couple of days

Cinnamon Roll Macros (Per Roll):

290 Calories
13g Protien
9g Carbs
(4g fiber)
5 NET CARBS
24g Fat

*NOTE: Macros don’t account for the erythritol sweetener, it has ZERO CALORIES.
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  1. I don’t normally do this, but thought it might help. First off, I’m what you call a dudes dude or a mans man. Lift weights, work on cars, play in the dirt. Like everyone, had lots of free time last few months, so decided to learn how to cook. Keto eater (because of gf). Who’m I kiddin? Didn’t want to learn how to cook, but the little lady is the boss and kicked me in to the house to be around her more (“since your not workin on cars…you should be workin on me!”). A couple of points:

    1. No, these do not taste exactly like cinnamon rolls. So if that’s what you are looking for, go eat those sugar bombs. What it does is gives you a very close alternative that is much healthier and will keep you on the program. What I mean is, if you are bored of keto or have an extreme sweet tooth, this will more than satisfy that and provide you with confidence and motivation to maintain that willpower and kick into another groove of healthy eating and exercise. Most people who fail go on quick fix diets, or lose patience. If you make a lifestyle change, this is just like a mini vacation that doesn’t derail you totally like falling off the wagon or a massive cheat meal…or cheat day…or cheat weekend (you know who I’m talkin to out there).

    2. I too, agree with sanataa about the cream cheese recipe (somewhere in these comments, I don’t know how to “tag”). Use that recipe for the frosting.

    3. Changed:
    -I used monkfruit instead of granulated eryhtritol (sp? Ima car guy).
    -threw in 1 1/2 tbsp swerve brown sugar in the filling as well as cinnamon, monkfruit, and a little cacao powder.
    -throw another piece of parchment paper on top and use a rolling pin (I used a rubber mallet until the lady walked me over the head with the rolling pin)
    -added lemon juice to the frosting (1 tsp) one time, orange zest another time. Both outstanding.

    Good luck, y’all

  2. Being a German kid, I was raised on carbs, especially buns and of course cinnamon buns. Being a Keto Senior, I missed my desserts UNTIL now. Thanks Joe… there is a light at the end of the tunnel and it's not a train… IT'S A CINNAMON BUN. Thanks Man!!

  3. So I just tried this receive and I love it! I was really scared that it'll taste of mozzarella so I made sure I melted and mixed it very well. I shared the rolls with my housemates and they would have never guessed there was any cheese in it! The only difference was that I made cream cheese frosting and I think this is what made the entire thing so good 😀 Also, I had to bake it for around 25mins (but my oven is convection that's probably why)
    In case anyone wanted the cream cheese icing:
    2 oz cream cheese, 2 tbsp butter, 2 tbsp powdered erythritol + a bit tiny of stevia, tsp vanilla extract, 2 tbsp heavy whipping cream
    Make sure everything is room temp!Combine all the ingredients together using a hand mixer

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