Low Carb Cheese Cracker Biscuits

Cheese cracker biscuits – (orignal recipe from

So, we had to cut out sugars and carbs because my youngest daughter has developed type 2 diabetes. You can read more about that story here:

But, my sister in law (who is a saint for helping) has sent me tons of low carb recipes and links to recipes, sent me this recipe and I tried it last night, and again tonight. But, I tried it two ways and took photos and had some thoughts about our results. You can see my alterations in green below.

LV2SUN’S ALMOND CHEESE ROUNDS (doubled it and got a little more than 2 times as many servings out of it.)
4 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded (1 cup)
3 ounces almond flour (1 cup) (used the unblanched stuff that sil gave me a few months ago)
2 tablespoons butter, softened (used 1/2 butter and 1/2 coconut oil)
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder (without garlic or salt, these are very plain tasting, but would be good for biscuits and gravy!)
1/4 teaspoon salt

Bake at 350º for 20 minutes (but watch starting at 15 min)

Mix all of the ingredients well with a spoon until they form a soft dough. Divide between 6 muffin top pans and press to make flat rounds. Bake at 350º about 10-12 minutes until golden brown. Best served while still warm from the oven.

VARIATION: Drop 6 mounds of dough onto a small parchment-lined baking sheet and bake for about 20 minutes. Check them after 15 minutes and add more time, if needed.

Makes 6 servings (we got 9 drop biscuits and about 5 more flatter crackers)

Per Serving: 205 Calories; 18g Fat; 9g Protein; 3.5g Carbohydrate; 2

My youngest daughter, the one with diabetes, doesn’t care for these! The rest of us do, though. They resemble the cheese biscuits from Red Lobster, but I think these would be good with honey.

My older daughter thinks they would be good without the garlic powder as biscuits with gravy. I agree .

I'm Jenn Alex, a single mom , part time Business and Personal Coach, website designer, and style writer. You'll usually find me writing about fashion, working from home, or special needs kids and the parents who care for them.

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