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There is a limit to products you can use to replace breadcrumbs on a Keto , Low carb or Gluten free diet. That’s where this keto ‘breadcrumbs’ come in.
Breadcrumbs are usually used for breading aka coating certain foods before baking or frying them to give it that delicious crunch we love. Breadcrumbs can be made at home. But on a KetoDiet we can’t use breadcrumbs therefore this post is about a keto bread crumb substitute.
What are Pork rinds?
Ever heard of pork rinds? That’s the star ingredient in this keto ‘breadcrumbs’ recipe.
These are the new chips in the low carb / keto world. They are slices of pig skin deep fried in Lard till crisp. This my friends makes for a great keto breadcrumb substitute.
What can I use keto breadcrumbs for?
You can use keto breadcrumbs for any recipe that requires some form of breading like
- Keto Scotch eggs
- Keto chicken nuggets
An alternative to this keto breadcrumbs made with pork rinds is a mix of some keto flours. A mix of almond, coconut and ground flax can also serve as keto breadcrumbs.
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What do you use as a breadcrumb substitute in your keto kitchen. Kindly drop a comment below.
To a health lifestyle,
Nutrition per Serving: (makes 10 Servings)
Calories: 80 | Total Fat: 5g | Carbs: 0g| Fibre: 0g | Protein: 8g| Net Carbs: 0g
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- 1 13.5 oz packet of plain pork rinds
- Put these in a blender and blend till smooth.
- Store in an air tight contain.
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