Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits

4.5 Stars (12 Reviews) 3 Comments

Buttery sage pumpkin biscuit to serve with a hearty stew or creamy casserole during the colder months.

Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits Recipe Video

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Keto Sage And Pumpkin Biscuits Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 cups almond flour
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon sage
  • 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 2 tablespoons frozen butter, grated
  • 3/4 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/2 cup keto plain yogurt or sour cream
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted

Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits Directions

  • Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits
  • Low Carb Pumpkin Biscuit Recipe

    pumpkin biscuit on a wire rackKeto pumpkin biscuits make the perfect bread to your warm hearty soup or creamy fettucine alfredo for the Autumn and Winter seasons. These low carb drop biscuits are easy to make and a great way to use up any extra canned pumpkin puree you might have hanging around.The recipe for these pumpkin biscuits includes a little bit of sage and nutmeg which compliment the pumpkin perfectly. Before baking, melted butter is brushed on them to create a buttery taste. A sprinkle of parmesan cheese would also be delicious on top of these pumpkin biscuits.

    The Butter in the Keto Biscuits

    The secret to flaky, fluffy biscuits is to use butter that is as cold as possible so that it melts when baking and not during mixing. My favorite method for handling butter when making keto biscuits is to freeze a stick of butter first. Then grate the butter right into the dry ingredients using a cheese grater. This way the butter stays cold. If you cube the butter, it could melt as you mechanically try to mix it with the dry ingredients using a pastry blender, forks or food processor.

    Keto Approved Pumpkin

    a can of pumpkinThe pumpkin I use for my keto pumpkin recipes is canned 100% pumpkin from the grocery store. You can locate this down the vegetable or baking aisles. Make sure the can says 100% pumpkin puree and not pumpkin pie filling, which is already pre-sweetened.Pumpkin is higher carbs compared to other vegetable, but you can still have some pumpkin in small amounts on the keto diet. Most keto pumpkin recipes only call for a small amount, so it won’t affect your overall daily carb level that significantly.

    Keto Recipes to Serve with Low Carb Pumpkin Biscuits

    pumpkin alfredo with pumpkin biscuitsThis is a savory keto bread that pairs well with many other keto dishes. Here are some of my favorites:

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits

    Servings: 12

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 139
    Fat 12g
    Protein 3.7g
    Total Carbs 5.5g
    Net Carbs 2.8g

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    1. Hey Annie! These taste great! I will say though that your written directions say to make in 1-inch drop style which resulted in 25 little biscuit balls that didn’t cook all the way in the middle after 15 minutes. I did not watch the video initially so I did not see that your video directions add an extra step of rolling out the dough and cutting out the biscuits which would have made them bigger in diameter but flatter and likely cook all the way through. Just wanting you to know about the discrepancy. I think the rolling would have worked better.

    2. I agree with the previous comment that these would cook more evenly if they were rolled out and cut evenly. Mine burnt on the edge and were undercooked in the middle. They have a very good flavor and I will try again but roll out next time.
      I thank you very much for all the great keto recipes and information you provide.

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