Completely Keto Fried Beef Balls

At the heart of a small town, nestled between rolling hills and vibrant green fields, the local keto community decided to host their inaugural Completely Keto Cook-off. Among the many delicious entries, Jesse, a novice cook with a passion for experimenting, decided to enter with a daring dish: Completely Keto Fried Beef Balls. Combining ground beef with a unique blend of spices, Swerve Brown Sweetener for a hint of unexpected sweetness, and a crunchy almond flour and crushed almond coating, Jesse hoped to surprise the palate of every judge and guest.

As the cook-off commenced under the bright afternoon sun, Jesse’s dish became the talk of the event. Served with a side of zesty keto coleslaw and a drizzle of homemade keto barbecue sauce, the Fried Beef Balls were both a visual and gustatory delight. But the real twist came when, during the judging, the local mayor, known for his humorous disdain for anything keto, unwittingly chose Jesse’s dish as his favorite. Upon the revelation, the crowd erupted in laughter and cheers, not just for the delicious victory but for winning over the town’s most skeptical taste buds.

In a delightful turn of events, the mayor, amused and genuinely impressed, declared the day “Completely Keto Appreciation Day,” promising to partake in more keto culinary adventures. Jesse’s Fried Beef Balls didn’t just win the cook-off; they brought the community closer, turning skeptics into curious keto explorers, one beef ball at a time.

Completely Keto Fried Beef Balls

Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: fried beef balls, keto fried beef balls
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 6 people


Beef Balls


  • 2/3 cup almond flour
  • 2 egg
  • 1 cup crushed almonds
  • 2 tsp onion powder
  • coconut or avocado oil for frying


  1. Heat oil on high flame in a pot.

  2. Mix all the beef balls ingredients in a bowl well.

  3. Make three seperate bowls, one for the egg, the other for almond flour and the other with a mix of the crushed almonds and spices.

  4. Make the meat in to balls about the size of a golf ball and coat in the flour then egg then crushed almond mix.

  5. Let the oil heat for 20 minutes on high, then fry each ball for about 5 minutes and put on paper towels when ready. Serve with a good dip.

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