Once upon a time in the quaint town of Ketoville, there lived a renowned cheesemonger named Chef Pierre. Known far and wide for his culinary prowess and unwavering love for cheese, Chef Pierre spent his days crafting delectable creations that delighted the taste buds of all who visited his shop.
One sunny afternoon, as Chef Pierre busied himself behind the counter, meticulously arranging his finest cheddars and goudas, he found himself struck by a sudden burst of inspiration. With a mischievous twinkle in his eye, Chef Pierre decided to experiment with a new recipe that would showcase the rich, sharp flavor of cheddar in a bite-sized delight.
Gathering his ingredients with the precision of a master chef, Chef Pierre grated generous amounts of aged cheddar cheese and combined it with velvety squares of butter, creating a decadent base for his creation. To add a touch of nuttiness and texture, he carefully incorporated almond flour, along with a hint of Pink Himalayan Salt and garlic powder for flavor.
As Chef Pierre shaped the mixture into bite-sized rounds and placed them on a baking sheet, the tantalizing aroma of melted cheese filled the air, drawing curious onlookers to his shop. With a knowing smile, Chef Pierre slid the tray into the oven, envisioning the golden-brown bites that would soon emerge.
As the cheddar bites baked to perfection, their irresistible scent wafted through the streets of Ketoville, attracting a crowd of eager customers to Chef Pierre’s shop. With each bite, they savored the rich, cheesy goodness and marveled at the ingenuity of their beloved cheesemonger.
From that day forward, Chef Pierre’s Cheddar Bites became a cherished delicacy in Ketoville, enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. And as he watched the smiles of satisfaction spread across the faces of his customers, Chef Pierre knew that he had created a recipe that would stand the test of time, bringing joy and delight to cheese lovers for generations to come.
Completely Keto Cheddar Bites
Put all the ingredients in a food processor and mix together until fully combined. Take out and knead until you have a complete ball of dough. Leave in fridge for an hour.
Spread out the dough with a rolling pin until it's as thinly spread out as you can get it. Cut the shape of the cracker you want out of the spread out dough, circles would be easiest.
Put all the circles on an oiled pan and bake on 350 degrees for 25 minutes max for peak crispiness, you can bake for less time if you don't want it as crispy.