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Carbquik Baking Biscuit Mix (48oz)
3 lb. Box makes 90 biscuits, just add water90% less carbs than quick2g Net Carbs per biscuitNo sugar - High in fiber - Low sodium - High in protein9 different recipes on the box
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u/jebascho · 23 pointsr/ketorecipes

I used Betty Crocker's recipe as a starting point. All I did was sub Carbquik for Bisquik and heavy whipping cream for milk.

Keto Sausage Cheese Balls

  • 3 cups Original Bisquick™ Carbquik mix
  • 1 pound uncooked bulk pork sausage
  • 4 cups shredded Cheddar cheese (16 ounces)
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary leaves, crushed
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons chopped fresh parsley or 1/2 teaspoon parsley flakes

    Instructions: Mix everything together well. Roll into balls about one inch in diameter. Bake at 350 F for 30 minutes. (I was able to mix, roll, and freeze them at home. I baked them at work in the toaster oven from frozen and they came out fine! They taste very much like the original recipe which I've had several times now.)

    Makes about 100. Betty says 102. I got 93.

    Nutritional Info per ball: 58 calories per ball. 5 g of fat. 4 g protein. 1 g net carb.

    Note: I had 13 on my plate. This was way too much. These are an indulgent treat. I usually bring these to parties and the like, but I was so excited to use the Carbquik which I got this week. I'm keeping the rest frozen for until I have guests over.
u/Dacvak · 14 pointsr/ketorecipes

Man, I am proud of myself for this one. First, let me specify once again: This is a large, blueberry scone that is only 100 calories and 3 grams net carbs. It's also only 4 (or 5) ingredients, and it's the easiest thing in the world to make.

First and foremost, the star of the show here is carbquik. I don't know why this stuff doesn't pop up in this sub more often. Look, I love almond flour and bread that actually tastes like eggs as much as the next guy, but when I'm truly craving a flour substitute, this stuff is the real deal. Assuming they aren't grossly lying about the carb content here, this is the way to go when replicating anything "bread".

Here's the recipe:

  • 1/3rd cup carbquik (90 calories, 2g nc)
  • Swerve (or sweetener of your choice) until desired sweetness. I usually do like a tablespoon or so. (0)
  • One exact splash of vanilla extract (optional) (0)
  • 8-10 blueberries (7 calories, 1g nc)
  • Just enough unsweetened almond milk to barely form a dough. Seriously, it should be crumbly and barely stick together. Like, maybe a tablespoon or two of almond milk. (3-8 calories, 0g nc)

    Then just mix all that shit together. You can knead it a little if you want, it's not super important. Then cook at 350 for 15 minutes or so, just until it starts getting brown on top. I actually cook mine in an air frier, so I'm not 100% sure how that translates to a standard oven.

    But dayum. Not only does this taste great, but it's right around 100 calories and only 3 net carbs. Ridiculous. Goes super well with tea or coffee.

    Enjoy, keto friends.
u/willworkfor-avocados · 9 pointsr/ketorecipes

Many people are on the fence about this product, but Carbquik Baking Mix makes pretty solid biscuits. They’re a little crumbly/salty, but when you make them with cheese and garlic butter on top (like Red Lobster) they’re fantastic!

I enjoy the mix for pancakes and mug cakes too, I’ve also made a pseudo “pie crust” topping for chicken pot pie that worked well.

u/rohyplol · 9 pointsr/xxketo

I'd agree with other posters that repeat meals make life on keto a lot easier. Here's an example of a day for me:

<-- 11am: Chai tea w/ heavy whipping cream, equal sweetener OR decaf coffee from fresh beans, w/ heavy whipping cream, equal sweetener. (Sub almond milk if calories are a concern)

11am - 2pm: Leftovers OR 1 egg, 4 slices bacon, strawberries. If lifting that day, also 1 isopure protein shake w/ almond milk.

2pm - 5pm: ham, nuts, and mustard, rolled up in a slice of swiss cheese x2 (these little wraps are SO GOOD! I throw in some pickles or cornichones if I've got 'em).

5pm --> ground turkey chili with greek yoghurt or sour cream, thai red curry soup, taco bowls over lettuce, FAT HEAD PIZZA, and now, keto biscuits and gravy are my go to's for easy, quick meals.

Dessert: berries with whipped cream, or low carb ice cream with a dollop of peanut butter.

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I aim for dinners that are easy, low clean-up, cheap, and which make enough leftovers for at least two more meals, then I eat those leftovers for lunch as mentioned above. I'm in maintenance currently, but when cutting I eat at 1200kcal, so my meals also need to be lower in calories (hence intermittent fasting).

u/TranQLizer · 6 pointsr/ketorecipes

Ingredients

1.5 lbs Shrimp (<1g net carbs)

3 eggs (1.5g net carbs) - beaten

1/2 cup coconut flakes (4g net carbs) - ground or chopped

1/2 cup Carbquik (3g net carbs)

Salt and pepper to taste

~ 3 cups canola oil for frying. Can use other oils of course.

Steps

Peel/devein the shrimp while leaving the tail on

Add salt and pepper to coconut flakes to taste.We used 1tb each but found out it could have used more salt and pepper.

Preheat oil to 375 degrees fahrenheit

Coat shrimp in carbquick, then eggs, then carbquick again

Fry shrimp for 1-1.5 mins depending on size of shrimp

Pull shrimp out and place on some paper towels til the outside feels crispy

Coat shrimp in eggs and then the coconut flakes

Fry for another 2-3 mins, again depending on the size of shrimp


Total was ~8.5 net carbs for the ingredients. We didn't use up all the carbquick and coconut flakes so the actual net carbs are going to be less. Cocktail sauce had way too much sugar so we used Siracha as a replacement (~1g carb/tbs). Enjoy!



u/JiglypufGainz · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes

Carbquik is an option. I haven't used it much but I think it has potential.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005YVU6FY/ref=sxts_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1522976168&sr=1

u/StealthNinjaKeto · 5 pointsr/xxketo

What do you guys think of CarbQuik? I tried it for the first time last night and made chicken and waffles and had a serious mouth-gasm. I do realize it has basically no nutritional value and is just a sometimes treat, but I'm glad to have something new to add to the roster.

u/BrinnyCakes · 4 pointsr/ketorecipes

Thank you for doing this! I've been meaning to ask the Keto Reddit for recipes for Thanksgiving.
Another thing you can use for biscuits is buying Carbquik on amazon. It's amazing! I love using it to make anything "bread" related.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005YVU6FY/ref=sxts1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1479681172&sr=1

u/King-Loser · 3 pointsr/keto

My suggestion was going to be IF with skipping breakfast since you have issues.

There is a product called Carbquic that people seem to like. Might be able to include pancakes in your breakfast everyday if it fits your macros. http://amzn.com/B005YVU6FY

u/thatissomeBS · 3 pointsr/keto

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005YVU6FY?keywords=carbquick&qid=1454263297&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1

I've used this for pancakes, pizza dough, biscuits, as a breading, in gravies, etc. If milk is required, I used almond milk. The pizza dough isn't perfect, but the biscuits are good and the pancakes are better than any box mix I've had, low carb or not.

You're welcome.

u/Ladybonerthrow86 · 3 pointsr/Keto_Food

You can find Carbquick on Amazon. Pretty decently priced and there are a couple different sizes available. Haven't tried it yet personally.

u/AllegraJohnson · 3 pointsr/xxketo

Carbquik and Quest Multi-Purpose Powder both make keto baking amazing. Carbquik makes better biscuits, Quest makes better bread, have yet to try cookies/cakes/muffins.

u/kcbrush · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I just made this for the first time today, and it's pretty good. I didn't blend the chia seeds and this was my first time eating any kind of chia: the consistency didn't bother me. Make it the night before in small plastic containers and just grab one to go with a spoon when you head out in the morning.
http://ketodietapp.com/Blog/post/2014/12/18/Chocolate-Chia-Pudding

I also often make these (with Carbquik) on Sundays, keep them in the fridge during the week and heat up 2-3 of them in the microwave (~30-45 seconds) while I'm making my coffee and then eat them off a napkin in the car on the way to work:
http://www.plainchicken.com/2011/09/cream-cheese-sausage-balls-football.html

u/bigboij · 2 pointsr/Keto_Food

great stuff when i need to make stuff for guest and not have to cheat

https://www.amazon.com/Carbquik-Baking-Mix-lb-box/dp/B005YVU6FY?th=1

u/swolesauce_ · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I use to make this me and my gf would take forever to do it we now use
Carbquik Baking Biscuit Mix


Carbquik Baking Biscuit Mix (48oz) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YVU6FY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_UV1RDbNWRPNAM

Way better and super easy thought I share

u/Azrolicious · 2 pointsr/ketodessert
u/hot-dickings · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Carbquik + Protein powder of choice + Unsweetened cashew milk = Magical pancakes or waffles. Usually around 190 calories, 26g protein, and 14g fiber when I make them. Around 2g net carbs.

I make waffles with them. They're crispy so be careful when transporting them, but it's an easy whey to get more protein. I like chocolate protein powder + carbquik + coco powder which produces a brownie-esque waffle/pancake.

Carbquik can also be used to make cheesy biscuits or whatever else your heart desires.

I also like string cheese, pepperoni slices, cottage cheese + protein powder (or yogurt), Kroger brand's carbmaster products, and oven roasted veggies.

There are also "parmesan crisps" and "asiago crisps" that are sold at grocery stores that are for salad toppings.. But could easily be a low carb snack. :-) You can prolly make those at home too.

u/flamingHIPP0 · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

It's a low net carb flour. I've used it for biscuits and pancakes and such.

u/redeyemaster · 2 pointsr/keto

> Planning on doing just that once I get my fridge better stocked.

For sure. I think it's all about mindset; keto isn't supposed to be a fad diet you slip in and out of to lose some vanity weight, it's a lifestyle. Finding foods you genuinely enjoy that fit into the diet is absolutely key to sticking with it; afterall who wants to stick with a diet that makes them miserable?

>The problem I am having with this MFP states my calorie goal is 2820 But I would have to eat all day to reach this. Even with just what I mentioned above its always around 1300 end of day and I feel completely full.

Exactly. I disregard calorie suggestions almost entirely because they are pretty unrealistic for me unless I absolutely gorge myself and feel stuffed around the clock.

Typically speaking I start my day with a boosted coffee (which you can totally do yourself with butter + coconut oil + coco powder I just appreciate the convenience) and then around 1-3pm I have a grass fed beef stick and boiled egg or something roughly equivalent not because I'm super hungry but because I know if I don't eat a bit I'll be extra hungry at dinner and make 2 people's worth of food ;) and then I have plenty of room for whatever the heck I want for supper. I'm similarly recommended to eat ~2.8k calories a day and most days I'm barely half that.

On sundays I make a half batch of carbquik biscuits and have two of them, two eggs and a nice keto sausage gravy which clocks in at ~6 net carbs as my "cheat but not cheating" treat.

But ultimately, mixing it up keeps me loving the food I eat which makes it a breeze to stick with keto for me.

u/miyari · 1 pointr/StLouis

I did keto for a few years before moving up here and a little bit after (unfortunately, STL's great food scene got the better of me). Trader Joe's was good for some of the staples. I honestly never found anything of value at Aldi's except meat and cheese, which I can just get (better quality) anywhere in STL. Everything else was overprocessed or frozen food shit.

TBH, literally the only thing you'll run into SOME issue with is the flours/powders. If you end up having to find them online, so be it, just buy bulk and don't worry about it. Be sure to get unblanched almond flour AND almond meal, as they're two different things for two different uses. Don't let anyone fool you.

Also, Schnucks carries at TON of flavors of Halo Top ice cream which is keto-friendly you are welcome.

I did end up ordering online a few times but I'd make huge bulk orders of staples. I did most of my keto shopping at Netrition.com, they have a lot of "weird" stuff. I bought some CarbQuick but never ended up using it. Most people would say you're "not supposed to" make foods that are keto versions of baked goods (mostly) because it'll just make you crave the real thing, but who knows. I fell off that ship a long time ago. Now I'm big enough to sink one.

u/not-gonna-tell · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

First of all, your username gives me a chuckle whenever I see it. Its so random. I hope. Unless you have panties made of pizza....

I really, really want low carb baking mix so I can finally try pancakes, muffins, etc again. I've been trying to eat low carb and I miss all the things!!

Thank you for the contest!

u/hey_suburbia · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

CarbQuik: https://www.amazon.com/Carbquik-Baking-Mix-lb-box/dp/B005YVU6FY?th=1

It's somewhat expensive, but I've gone through about 20 boxes in the last 3 years and they are my fav for days

u/_hooman_ · 1 pointr/4hourbodyslowcarb

This stuff is surprisingly good, and is keto-friendly, so I'd imagine it's fine for slo-carb too: carbquik

u/zetaphi938 · 1 pointr/keto

Right, but there is a difference between cauliflower pizza crust and a frankenfood version.

Also, at the end of the day - this way of eating has restrictions. Trying to dance around it by eating starches that just inject fiber into everything to trick your macros might make it difficult to stay in ketosis.

But again, it is a matter of opinion. For example, I adopted the "fuck the foods that made me fat" approach and rejected anything that even resembled a "cheat food." But others like to experiment. If they are able to make cakes, breads, etc while staying in ketosis - more power to them.

u/JMAAB · 1 pointr/keto

No, they are not good substitutes at all unfortunately. If you have some specific recipe maybe we could help but for the most part you would want specific recipes.

I assume you are using it to make non-keto, bread type recipes?
If so, look into Carbquick I have used it several times and it works pretty well, it uses Carbalose flour and not any nuts so they should be good to eat it


I'm not a doctor and that was not medical advice :)

u/AttemptingKeto · 1 pointr/keto

Here's a link to what I bought Carbquik Baking Biscuit Mix (48oz) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YVU6FY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_70.AzbSG80TB4

I'll report back and let you know how it taste!

u/BugFeast · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Low carb baking mix I found on Amazon. I've seen pretty mixed reviews on here but decided to try it for myself. The pancakes are the only things I've used it for but there was a chicken and dumplings recipe on the box and I'll be trying that for damn sure!

Carbquik Baking Biscuit Mix https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YVU6FY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_YCmQybV9VPBBC

u/Remmion · 1 pointr/keto

Yep. I also use Carbquik sometimes to thicken sauces and gravy.

u/tonyled · 1 pointr/keto

> Can you elaborate what carbquik is?

its a lower carb baking mix comparable to bisquick

https://smile.amazon.com/Carbquik-Baking-Biscuit-Mix-48oz/dp/B005YVU6FY?sa-no-redirect=1&th=1

u/Velvet_buttplug · 1 pointr/keto

http://www.amazon.com/Carbquik-Baking-Mix-lb-box/dp/B005YVU6FY

I haven't tried this yet but the reviews are pretty good. Let's you make a low carb versions of anything bisquick makes.

u/sycofaery · 1 pointr/keto

I am a newbie but I heard about carbquick. I have been waiting on payday (tomorrow) to order some but it looks like a nice alternative for someone who can't break their addiction to bread LOL.

Speaking of bread, I tried making Oopsie Bread 2-3 days ago and they were a success!! I used them to make me a real hamburger. Made my whole week.

To hit my sweet tooth, I blend some heavy whipping cream and peanut butter in a blender or food processor, squeeze a couple drops of liquid Stevia, and then freeze it. It doesn't take long to get an ice cream consistency. Or, you can line a plate with saran wrap and flatten the mixture on it, freeze, and then cute it into strips so it resembles a "bark". My kids love it.

I also recommend drinking as much water as you can, I know that helped me. Also if you like ice, munch on ice chips.

For convenience, you might even look into Keto Chow. It's basically a meal replacement shake that tastes really good.

I have seen others mention Halo Top. I have never tried it, but wanted to give you that suggestion.

u/PipingHotGravy · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Do you have Bisquick in the UK? Bisquick is a biscuit/pancake mix in the US, and CarbQuick is a low-carb version of it. It is an excellent low-carb product! Here are some links for you. Maybe someone reading this in the UK can tell you if it is available there.

https://www.amazon.com/Carbquik-Baking-Mix-lb-box/dp/B005YVU6FY?th=1

http://www.tovaindustries.com/carbalose/page1.html

u/Mr-Wabbit · 1 pointr/lowcarb

>I love them. I can't live without pizza. Fried food is awesome.

It sounds counter-intuitive, but the cravings aren't a psychological thing. It's a hormone thing. Go low carb, and it brings your blood sugar down, which brings down your insulin levels, which brings down your cravings. It's actually fairly amazing how well it works for most people. Stay low carb (I completely recommend very low carb, which seems to reduce cravings much better, so here's another vote for r/keto) and the cravings will go away.

For some people the cravings take a while to go completely, and sort of fade out over months. For others (including me), all carb cravings were gone in a week. Now when I have cravings it's for really good Brie, or olives, or bacon (you'd think all that bacon would get old, but it really doesn't).

Pizza? You got it. I like Fat Head better than regular pizza. No, that's not hyperbolic BS. I swear to God that stuff is amazing.

Fried food? Fry away! You can't fry anything with lots of carbs, but fried chicken is a go and fried mozzarella sticks are perfect. Basically you can fry anything as long as you learn how to use almond flour, coconut flour, and crushed pork rinds instead of bread crumbs (ok, I'll cop to cheating a little on this one; sometimes I mix in some panko because it coats better; just track your carb intake and if you're under your carb limit for the day, it shouldn't be a problem).

Missing pancakes? Got you covered.

Honestly, keto is a fucking delicious diet. The hardest part is really that you need to re-learn how to cook with new ingredients. I highly suggest hanging out in r/ketorecipes.

Oh yeah. Halo Top ice cream.

u/ChrisHatesAmazon · 1 pointr/keto

You can make low-carb biscuits with CarbQuik for breakfast foods (I use it for biscuits and gravy).

KNOW Foods makes a bread mix, which is 2-3g net carbs per 1/2" slice. I've used this for sandwiches and just cut the slices really thin (like 1/8"-1/4").

I'll also second the idea of a cabbage leaf - a bit sturdier and more flavorful than something like iceberg lettuce.

u/steezyatl · 1 pointr/xxketo

Beef & cheese sticks (my go-to movie theater snack)
Jack Links All-american Beef & Cheese Combo, 7.2 Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MQ6FLH8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_vD5DybFTT87JR

Peanut packs
Planters Nuts on the Go Salted Peanuts, 1 oz single-serve bags, 48-Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000PG8KGU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_pE5DybYFSCSKB

Carbquik
Carbquik Baking Mix, 3 lb. box https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YVU6FY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_YE5Dyb3MMT4HJ

u/KetoKubby · 0 pointsr/ketorecipes

Helpful Kitchen Tools:


Baking sheet

Parchment paper or aluminum foil

Ingredients:


2 cups Carbquick

2 oz butter (diced)

1 cup sharp cheddar cheese (shredded)

¼ tsp garlic powder

¼ to ½ tsp salt

¼ cup heavy cream

¼ cup water (add more if necessary)

1 small jalapeno (diced with seeds removed)

6 strips of cooked bacon (coarsely chopped)