Biscuits make a wonderful breakfast and side for so many dishes. Almond butter biscuits are a great low-carb alternative to a traditional biscuit. Try this easy almond butter biscuit recipe today!
Almond Butter Biscuits
Make these almond biscuits and have a protein-packed breakfast that allows for more sustained energy than flour-based biscuits. These biscuits go great with jams and jellies and are perfect served warm. Serve them with a side of fruit and yogurt, and you'll have a lovely and healthy breakfast.
It'll take you less than twenty minutes from start to finish to make almond biscuits, and they can be stored in an air tight container for up to a week after they've cooled!
The hardest thing about being on a low-carb diet is thinking we have to say goodbye forever to pastas, breads, and rice. The good news is there are alternatives! Almond butter biscuits are one of the alternatives.
You may even find yourself picking these biscuits over a traditional biscuit, especially for breakfast. Sometimes when I have a carb-filled breakfast, I crash an hour later, or I find it does not keep me full.
A biscuit packed with protein won't do that to you! You'll feel so much better. :-) Don't get me wrong, there is a time and a place for a carb heavy biscuit, but early Monday morning isn't the time and place for most people.
Frequently Asked Questions
My boys both love biscuits, but I don't necessarily like them filling up on flour and butter at breakfast time. That's why these almond biscuits make a great alternative.
What can I top almond biscuits with?
Is almond butter healthy?
Yes, it is one of the healthiest nut butters!
What are some health benefits of almond butter?
Almond butter is an excellent source of protein, fiber, and fat, vitamin E, magnesium, riboflavin, and phosphorous. There isn't any cholesterol in most almond butters, making it a heart health hero!
Are almond biscuits keto-friendly?
The short answer is yes! Just be careful with your baking powder. I recommend using this homemade baking powder recipe or purchasing a low-carb baking powder from the store.
Almond Butter Biscuits
- 224 g almond butter (1 cup minus 2 tbsp)
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 2 tsp baking powder (we use homemade)
- dash of salt
- Add dry ingredients to almond butter and mix well.
- Add the beaten eggs and mix until well combined.
- Pre-heat oven to 350° Fahrenheit.
- Section out dough into 10 balls and flatten onto a parchment lined baking sheet.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes or until brown and firm on the top.
- Allow to cool slightly before moving, store in an air tight container for up to a week!
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