Packed with plant-based protein and lots of fiber, these lupin flour recipes are a keto dieter’s dream come true.
Enjoy cookies, brownies, cakes, and more!
A year ago, practically no one knew lupin flour existed. But thanks to the keto community, it’s firmly in the mainstream today.
Lupin beans are high in protein and fiber, so they’re an excellent option for those living a low-carb lifestyle.
And as you might’ve guessed, the flour is made from ground lupin beans.
Just like chickpea flour, these lupin flour recipes include bread, pasta, and tasty baked goods.
10 High-Protein Lupin Flour Recipes and Ideas for Keto
Who doesn’t love sweet, soft, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate chip cookies?
I know I do. And these lupin flour chocolate chip cookies tick all the boxes and then some.
They look, smell, feel, and taste just like any other cookie recipe you’ve tried.
From the wonderful texture to the massive chunks of gooey chocolate, they’re heavenly.
Of course, to make them entirely keto-friendly, you’ll need other special ingredients (keto-friendly sweetener, for example).
Luckily, if you’re on a low-carb diet, you likely already have them in your pantry.
There’s just one thing to remember: follow the recipe, and do not overbake them!
Low-carb and no-carb ingredients (particularly sweeteners) can leave baked goods looking undercooked. But I promise they aren’t!
If you baked the cookies per the recipe, they’re done. So even if they don’t look it, take them out and check.
Otherwise, you’ll have seriously burnt/dry cookies.
(This tip remains valid for any recipe using keto ingredients. So keep it in mind while going through the rest of this list.)
You’ll love this recipe if breakfast is your favorite meal of the day. Because I know you’ve been missing fluffy, buttery biscuits, right?
And with only one net carb each, you can even have two!
It sounds impossible, I know, but it isn’t. Better yet, you can whip these up in less than half an hour with fewer than ten ingredients!
They may look funny if you bake them in muffin cups (as directed), but they still have that same wonderful biscuit flavor and flakiness.
When I tried the keto diet, breakfast was the biggest challenge.
I’ve always loved pancakes, waffles, biscuits and gravy, French toast, etc. – all of which are ridiculously high in carbs.
If only I’d known about lupin flour then.
Oh well, at least I can share all my wisdom with you guys! Check out these lupin flour waffles, for example.
They have perfectly crispy edges, tender, drool-worthy centers, and a terrific taste. You can make them sweet or savory, and both options are incredible.
Give them a try the next time you need a keto-friendly waffle fix.
Those aren’t regular fettuccine noodles you’re seeing. Instead, they’re three-ingredient, keto-friendly lupin flour noodles!
You’ll need eggs, cream cheese, and lupin flour to make them. They’re chewy, tender, and have a mild, light flavor that tastes great with any sauce.
It takes less than 20 minutes to make them, and you can even prepare them ahead of time because they’ll keep in the fridge for several days.
At only two net carbs per serving, how can you go wrong?
Muffins are another breakfast favorite I missed while on the keto diet. Fortunately, you don’t have to miss them!
You can make these springy blueberry muffins with only 3.5 net carbs apiece. They have a bright, sweet, and zesty flavor and are super soft and spongy.
They require several ingredients but don’t let that scare you away. I swear, they’re straightforward to recreate.
Unlike many keto recipes, they aren’t high in calories, either. Each one has fewer than 200, so you can indulge every day if you like.
These brookies (brownie cookies) are impossible to resist.
They feel and taste like super rich, chocolatey brownies. However, they have a small, round cookie shape.
They’re delightfully chewy and exceptionally fudgy. They’re also grain-free, gluten-free, and vegan-friendly.
It also doesn’t hurt that you can make them with just five ingredients.
In the mood for tacos, burritos, or crepes? Check out this recipe for extra-thin tortillas with only one carb per serving.
They’re light with a mild flavor that works well with sweet or savory fillings. Ready in less than 15 minutes, you’ll love the result.
The texture is ideal for crepes but may be a little thinner than you like for tortillas. That said, you can adjust the recipe to make them slightly thicker.
However, remember that it’ll raise the carb count, too.
As with most bread recipes, keto bread takes a little time to make. But it’s more than worth it in the end.
If you’re on the keto diet or dealing with diabetes, this bread is an excellent choice. It looks and feels just like store-bought ‘normal’ bread.
It’s soft, light, and airy, with a darker and crispier exterior. It tastes slightly different from store-bought white bread, but not as different as you’d think.
Try it the next time you want a good, old-fashioned sandwich.
Carrot cake is one of my favorite holiday desserts. I love how it smells, and I really love how it tastes.
I adore its sweet, tangy flavor and rich, warm spices. Seriously, my holiday doesn’t feel complete if I don’t get at least one slice of carrot cake.
And with this recipe, you can have a slice – or more – without destroying your diet.
Plus, look at how gorgeous it is! It makes a fantastic addition to any dessert table.
Even your non-keto relatives will want a second piece of this scrummy cake.
These thick, fudgy, and nutty brownies are a genuine treat for any occasion. They’re decadent and delicious, and you won’t be able to stop at just one.
Luckily, each one has only 0.5 net carbs and 83 calories per serving!
So you should be okay even if you don’t stop at just one (or two or three).
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