How to make a keto bun recipe – with the help of a ketogenic diet

By Sophie H.K.N.A.H.

K has made keto bunnies.

She’s also a certified nutritionist and the founder of Ketosis Dieting Solutions, a company that specializes in ketogenic nutrition for people with diabetes.

“Keto buns are a staple of any breakfast,” she says.

“If you can get a little bit of the fat in them, they are super tasty.”

To make them, just follow the recipe below and then add a bit of protein. 

The ketogenic approach to baking is the easiest way to make them and the best way to find the right one.

But it can be complicated, especially when it comes to how they are prepared. 

I’ve been told many times that keto breads are the easiest and most delicious bread to make.

But the truth is, they’re not.

It’s just that you need to get a ketosis diet to start with. 

Here are some tips to help you get started. 

Start small. 

If you’re just starting out, don’t skip the first step. 

Make your first keto batch by cutting up a batch of a basic loaf, like a wheat or rye bread.

Make it small and easy to handle.

The next step is to add the keto protein to the loaf, then cover it with foil.

This gives it a nice golden brown crust.

If you have a good oven, it’ll cook in under 10 minutes, but if not, just leave it on the oven shelf. 

Cut the loaf into bite-size pieces and bake it in the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.

Remove it from the oven and add more keto flour to make the dough even.

If the dough is too dry, add more water.

You can even bake the ketogenic buns in the same oven, but I’ve found that a big, fluffy keto dough helps them to cook faster.

Add some liquid, such as maple syrup, sugar or maple syrup syrup. 

Next, mix the dough with some of the ingredients to make your keto batter. 

Place the dough on a baking sheet.

Bake it for 15 minutes, until the bread is golden brown.

Remove the bread from the baking sheet and let it cool.

Then you can slice it and add the pieces to a bowl. 

Serve the buns with a bit more maple syrup.

They’re great with butter, buttercream, or vanilla ice cream. 

You can also add some powdered sugar to the batter, but it doesn’t have to be as sweet as you would like.

I just love maple syrup for this recipe. 

For more recipes, check out the Ketosis eBook, The Complete Guide to Low Carb, High Fat Recipes, which includes a variety of keto recipes.

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