The mainstay of our Keto life are the amazing keto rolls.  When people ask “what is keto?”, rather than tell them what we don’t eat, we give them some crispy bacon in a keto roll, and tell them that this is what we do eat (plenty of butter on the roll, too).

Then we tell them that there’s no flour or sugar in the roll.  It tends to go easily after that!Keto Rolls 01 Keto Rolls 02 Keto Rolls 03

To get our version of the recipe, right click here: Keto Rolls, and select “Save As” (or whatever your browser says).  There are many other versions!

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Update!

It turns out that Susan has a new preferred keto roll recipe from nutritional blogger Maria Emmerich.  Susan says that the recipe above is good, but not reliable.  Sometimes the rolls are fine (just look at them in those pictures!) and sometimes they come out looking like … well, sort of flattened pancakes.  And solid!

Here’s Maria, making keto bread:

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And you can find more details of Maria’s recipe on her blog page “Toasted Sub Sandwich and Panini” (Scroll down until you get to: “HEALTHIFIED” SUB (June 2013 update!)).

Here’s a PDF of our version of Maria’s recipe (right click and “save as” here).

… and my ultimate in gastro-gasmic gustatory heaven is to slice a keto roll and put the two pieces, cut side down in the frying pan while cooking the bacon!

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