Crispy, crunchy keto granola with big clusters. This low carb granola is sweet, nutty and satisfying!
Is Granola Keto? Can You Eat Granola On Keto? When Erik and I started exploring the keto diet, the first darn thing we missed was granola. Okay fine, we missed chocolate cake. And ice cream.
But granola, sigh…. granola. It’s just one of those things that taste so good, satisfy you on such a deep level, and you totally ignore/take for granted if you get to eat it all the time.
But when ya go keto, you miss all of the granola. You miss those big granola clusters. You miss those crunchy, crispy bits. You miss pouring milk all over those yummy granola clusters and seeing whether or not you can win the race against soggy time—will you get crunchy granola clusters? Soft and chewy granola bites? Who knows?
So guess what I’m doing today, keto folks? I’m bring sexy back! Alright, I’m not ever gonna do that. But I can bring granola back—make that low carb keto granola!
Are you ready to enjoy the best keto granola recipe ever?? Let’s bake this!
The Best Keto Granola Recipe
The best keto granola recipe is the best for the following reasons:
- Reason 1. Think: crispy, crunchy keto granola with big, mouthwatering clusters and sweet, nutty & satisfying flavor.
- Reason 2. This keto granola is low carb, vegan, gluten free, dairy-free.
- Reason 3. All you need are just 4 ingredients to make this keto granola recipe.
- Reason 4. Prep time for this keto granola is 5 minutes. Dizzam!
How to Make Keto Granola
Learn how to make low carb keto granola the easy way:
Mix Together Ingredients – add all keto granola ingredients to a large bowl and fold until clusters form.
Pour Onto Baking Sheet – pour keto granola mixture onto a prepared baking sheet. Space out granola to let air through during baking.
Bake – bake keto granola for about 20 minutes, flipping partly in between.
Cool & Enjoy – cool and enjoy the best keto granola ever!
Keto Granola Questions
Is Granola Keto? Is Granola Keto Friendly?
Not all granola is keto or keto-friendly. This particular granola is keto & low carb. When searching for a keto-friendly granola, make sure the net carb count is very, very low, the fat is high, and the protein is moderate. Today’s keto granola recipe has only 1.9g Net Carbs per serving. Woah!
Can You Eat Granola on Keto?
Yes, depending on what granola you choose to eat. Make sure to choose granola that is low carb, high fat and medium to low in protein (Hint: this keto granola heehee).
Is this Keto Granola Recipe Low Carb? Vegan? Healthy?
This keto granola recipe is low carb, vegan, dairy-free, healthy and delicious!
Recommended Tools for the Best Keto Granola Recipe
- Keto Honey – If you’ve been keto for a while, you know that the search for the perfect keto sweetener is never over. I was looking for a low carb, keto sweetener that was thick, delicious and a suitable replacement for the usual not-low-carb suspects. This one is amazing and absolutely necessary for creating crunchy, crispy clusters in your keto granola.
- Blanched Almond Flour – You know that almost all of the keto recipes out there require almond flour–and for good reason–it’s low carb, high in healthy fat and oh-so delicious. Grab a bag and get keto bakin’! 😉
Are you ready to make the dreamiest low carb granola ever?? Let’s do this!! I’ll grab the keto honey, you grab the blanched almond flour. 😉 I can’t wait to hear what you and your loved ones think of this recipe. Thank you for stopping by & enjoying in these keto kitchen adventures with me! ‘Til the next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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