At only 3g net carbs each these soft keto hot dog buns are perfect for a BBQ or cookout. Made with coconut flour and oat fiber these hot dog buns are also gluten free.
Cheese free but high in fiber these keto hot dog buns are very filling. Not just for splitting in half and filling with a sausage you could use these as sub sandwiches too.
How to make keto hot dog buns
This is an easy low carb bread recipe that you could double the quantities and bake in a bread loaf tin too.
It's as simple as mixing the wet ingredients until smooth, then add the dry, shape and bake!
Add the hot water at the end half at a time. Different brands of coconut flour and psyllium husk powder can yield different results and may not need as much water. Add the water until you have a pliable dough.
To make the rolls extra light, sift all the dry ingedients before using them.
Make sure the oat fiber is the white one as some brands are more golden and have a stronger flavour.
For a wholemeal texture add a couple of tablespoons of flaxseed meal.
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Keto Hot Dog Buns
- 2 medium eggs
- 120 grams Greek yogurt
- 25 grams coconut flour
- 25 grams oat fiber
- 25 grams psyllium husk powder
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- ½ cup hot water
- Preheat the oven to 180C/350F degrees.
- In a medium bowl, lightly whip the Greek yogurt and eggs until smooth.
- Add the dry ingredients and mix with a spoon or spatula until you have a lumpy dough.
- Add the apple cider vinegar and mix.
- Pour the warm water in ¼ cup at a time and mix into a dough. You might not need all of the water so need to add it gradually.
- Cut the dough into 4 even pieces.
- With damp hands roll each dough piece into long rolls.
- Place the rolls onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
- Bake for 35 minutes until golden and firm.
- To Serve: Gently slice about ¾ in half and fill with sausage, sauces and toppings.
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Hi, I have made this recipe twice and loved it. However, the calories you show here do not add up. I have tried four different nutrition calculators, and none of it showed the buns as being 67kcal. The lowest calories I managed was 77 (using all the ingredients with the lowest calories brands I could find). What brands did you use?
Glad you liked the recipe. The coconut flour was Red Bobs Mill, the psyllium husk powder is Now. I think the yogurt is Fage.
Also any tips on how to make them lighter like regular hot dog buns?
And can we use yeast?
If yes how ?
Do we need to replace with anything and how to incorporate in the recipe??
You could use yeast if you wish.
I want to know the alternatives for eggs and Greek yogurt.As I’m vegan I can’t have eggs and Greek yogurt.I really was looking forward to bake these but before that I need to know alternatives for the same.
I've not tried this with a dairy or egg free option.
I want to make this but I do not have Oat fiber, can I omit or sub... thks
Try ground flaxseed or almond flour.
I would really like to try this recipe but I need US measurements and couldn't quite get some of the amounts to where I think they'll work right for something baked. It would be really helpful if you would consider putting a gadget on your webpages that lets your readers click to convert the recipes for metric or US measurements automatically ;-D
Most of my recipes do have this feature.
I really want to try these and have been looking for something just like this! But, I really don’t like Greek yogurt, can I substitute cream cheese, farmers cheese or sour cream?
Yes you could. The texture might be a bit heavier with cream cheese but it should still work.