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Keto Garlic Knots Made with Ketogenic Bread Mix!


Starting Keto is easier than you think.  Many people think they have to give up some of their comfort foods in order to live a keto lifestyle.  This may be true in some senses, but there are so many wonderful alternatives out there that are delicious and simple.

Ketonia Baked Goods makes macaroons and bread mix! The macaroons are bite size pillowy soft balls of coconut heaven! They are so good!  Two macaroons are only one carb!

For those of us who love bread mixes, you can still get that bread fix with Ketonia Baked Goods bread mix. There are so many awesome keto bread recipes on the Ketonia website.  Recipes like cinnamon bread, bacon cheddar bread and more!  You will be sure to get your bread fix!

Check out this delicious  1 Carb Keto Garlic Knots recipe!

 Ketonia’s Keto Garlic Knots

Garlicky and buttery goodness. Ketonias’ Keto Garlic Knots are the ultimate keto and low carb addition to any table.

I usually make the bread in my food processor, but it can be done by hand or in a stand mixer!

We will be leaving out the eggs and the butter from the recipe on the package.

You’ll need:

1 bag Ketonia Bread mix

1 tbs yeast

1 tsp honey

1.25 cups water

2 tbs olive oil


1 stick butter, melted

3-6 cloves garlic, grated

1 tsp Italian seasoning

¼ tsp kosher salt

¼ cup parmesan cheese


Combine all ingredients except egg wash and seeds. Knead thoroughly, cover, and let rest for 30 minutes.

Meanwhile, combine butter, garlic, herbs, and salt in a small saucepan.  On low heat melt butter and stir to combine. Remove from heat.

Preheat oven to 400*

After resting, divide the dough into 8 equal size rolls. Roll into “snake” shapes and tie them into a knot. Cover with a clean towel.  Let rise for 30 minutes.

Right before you pop these in the oven, brush the butter garlic mixture on the knots.  Only use half the mixture as you will re-apply when they come out of the oven.

Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, till GBAD. brush again with butter mixture.  Sprinkle with cheese

Ketonia’s Keto Garlic Knots Nutrition



For the last 50 years Geri Terry has been baking delicious food. In 2007 Geri decided to finally turn her life-long passion into a career and attended the Culinary Institute LeNotre. After graduating in 2009 with a degree in baking and pastry, Geri spent 9 years in commercial kitchens honing her skills as a french pastry chef. Geri, however, has not always been a follower of the Ketogenic diet. Geri did not become a Ketonian for the first 5 years of her son’s journey, but after countless hours of hearing her son lecture on the science backed behind the ketogenic diet,  and seeing the results of the diet first hand, she decided to do the most taboo thing a french pastry chef can do-become a follower off the ketogenic diet. She brings an unrelenting desire to create foods that fit the nutritional needs of someone on the ketogenic diet without sacrificing taste or texture. According to Geri, you can have your keto cake and eat it too.


John is a long-time follower of the ketogenic diet. John struggled with his weight throughout his childhood, due to his mother’s delicious food no doubt. Once in high school, football and wrestling helped him manage his weight for a short amount of time. Unfortunately, when sports ended in 2011, John realized that his weight was quickly becoming a problem. John immersed himself in nutrition literature and found the secret to weight loss for him was the high fat, low carb approach of the ketogenic diet. Over the last 7 years John has enjoyed helping friends understand and begin the ketogenic diet and he is excited to help you in your journey as well.

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