Keto Breakfast Sausage Pigs in a Blanket – Not FatHead – Corn Dog Maker Recipe

Keto Breakfast Sausage Pigs in a Blanket – Not FatHead – Corn Dog Maker Recipe

November 5, 2019 51 By William Morgan


hey there it’s Steve from SeriousKeto
and in this video we’re gonna use the
corndog maker to make pigs in a blanket
but before we begin a quick disclaimer
we’re gonna be using about a tablespoon
of log-cabin sugar-free syrup in this
video this syrup contains sorbitol a
sugar alcohol that has a glycemic index
of 9 now I’ve had a fair amount of this
stuff in recipe testing and it’s never
knocked me out of ketosis my blood
glucose readings on a daily basis rarely
go above the mid-80s so it hasn’t
affected me but every individual is
different so it’s up to you if you
decide that you want to do a blood
glucose testing and see if sorbitol
affects you or if you want to wait in
the upcoming weeks I’m gonna be doing a
review of a number of different syrups
that have different sweeteners in them
including some stevia based and alamos
based syrups but with that out of the
way let’s get to making ourselves some
pigs in a blanket as with all of my
batter based recipes we’re gonna be
using the food processor method we’ll
start with 1/2 cup of shredded
mozzarella cheese 1/4 cup of birch
benders paleo the reason we’re using the
paleo instead of the keto is it just has
a much more pancake flavor and it only
adds less than one net gram of carbs per
pig in a blanket we then have 2
teaspoons of coconut flour and 1/2
teaspoon of baking powder pulse this 6
to 8 times until it’s the consistency of
bread crumbs then we’ll add 2 whole eggs
large
and a tablespoon of sugar-free syrup
process until you have a smooth batter
then to make pouring the batter easy
either transfer it to a piping bag or a
sandwich bag
seal the bag squeezing out as much air
as you can then will snip off a corner
and set this aside with a hole up so it
doesn’t leak out while we preheat our
corndog maker now every time I’ve tried
to do this from my point of view I screw
it up so we’re just gonna do it from the
side you’ll get the picture
use your piping bag to fill each one of
the cavities between halfway and
two-thirds of the way full then we’re
gonna take some precooked sausages these
are the Jones brand so it’s like one
carb every five sausages and push them
down into the batter so it starts to
come up around the sides then we’ll
stream another bead of batter on top of
each sausage and close it up it has been
right about seven minutes the steam is
starting to settle down let’s pop these
guys out
and we’ll let these cool for about two
to three minutes and the taste test this
is practically a self-contained
McGriddle and that gives me an idea for
another recipe I mean look at how cakey
that is that is a pancake batter right
there we’ll give it a little dunk in
some syrup this is absolutely a pancakes
and sausage experience that will make
you forget you’re on keto to net grams
and carbs per serving which is one pig
in a blanket I’m gonna keep coming at
you with these corndog er sort of videos
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