Keto Cinnamon Toast Crunch | Gluten Free & Paleo

Keto Cinnamon Toast Crunch | Gluten Free & Paleo

July 30, 2019 4 By William Morgan


hey guys and welcome back to the FFF HQ
so did you guys grew up eating cinnamon
toast crunch I don’t know about you but
it was one of my favorite breakfasts
growing up and I still love it as an
adult but what I don’t love is all that
sugar and weird additive ingredients
that I can’t even pronounce so today
we’re gonna make a super-easy minimal
ingredient remake of cinnamon toast
crunch that’s also a sugar-free low-carb keto friendly gluten-free grain free
everything free but tastes exactly like
your favorite childhood breakfast cannot
wait for you to start your mornings with
this so let’s dive right into this
recipe before we dive into our childhood
and adult breakfast of our dreams I’m
gonna give you a little 101 about
measuring flour so most people will take
their measuring cup and just scoop it
right into your container which is the
wrong way to do it you’re gonna really
pack it in there and actually end up
getting too much flour which can really
affect your recipe so the best way to do
it is to scoop your flour from your
container right into your measuring cup
kind of shaking it out as you go
so you want to overpack it which is why
we have our little paper towel and then
use a fork just has a nice flat side to
level it off really evenly to
105 grams it’s also really important to
weigh your flour just to make sure
because all measuring cups although they say
one cup they’re all a little bit off
which again can affect your recipe so
once we have our flour we can put our
almond flour back into our container
we’re gonna add some coconut flour
lots of cinnamon because it’s
cinnamon toast crunch with a little bit
of salt and monk fruit
and then we’re just gonna stir it all together so
monk fruit is our sugar-free alternative
it’s from a plant that comes from China
or Thailand and then the juices are then
pressed to make crystals so it’s natural
it’s low glycemic so it doesn’t raise
our blood sugar like a regular sugar and
tastes pretty good once it’s all mixed
and the smell of cinnamon is filling up
your nose
we’re gonna add one egg white you can
use an egg white separator if you’re not
confident in your hands separating
skills
and some melted coconut oil this will
make it really really crispy and it
doesn’t give a weird coconut taste don’t
worry and mix it all together
Once it’s all mixed it’s not gonna come
together quite yet until you really get
messy and get your hands in there so you
want to just knead it all together until
your mixture comes into a sticky ball
make sure you pack it all together it’s
nice and stuck together in a ball and
it’s ready to roll
got a little ball of cinnamon toast not
crunchy but it soon to be crunchy
goodness so now we’re gonna make
little squares so you want to use two
pieces of parchment paper or else this
will stick all over your counter and
it’ll be a huge mess and you’ll be sad
and no cinnamon toast crunch for you so
put it on your parchment paper and
flatten out a little bit cover with
another parchment paper kind of like
when we made those low-carb keto sugar
free sugar cookies we’re kinda gonna
roll it the same way roll it really thin
about a sixteenth of an inch
and voila it is 1/16 of an inch thin now
when I cut them into about 3/4 inch
squares
once you got that squared away get it
anyways we are going to transfer all the
little squares to a parchment paper lined sheet pan leave a little
bit of space between each square or else
they don’t get as crispy so having an
offset spatula which is this little guy
here is going to help you a lot to pick
up each square without it taking a million hours
so once everything is ready to go on
your pan we’re going to sprinkle a
little bit more monkfruit this makes it nice
and sweet and spicy and now we’re just
gonna go spend a little time in the oven
to make them nice and crispy so have an
oven set to 425 degrees you want a nice
high temperature to make them nice and
crispy we’re gonna bake them for about
five to eight minutes until they’re
really golden brown they burn quickly so
make sure you keep an eye on them
they’re lightly golden brown but they’re
not gonna be crunchy when you get them
out of the oven you have to let them
cool completely to room temperature and
then I promise they will be nice and crunchy
and that’s it perfect cinnamon toast
crunch to store them make sure you put
them in a airtight container like a
Tupperware aisle I like to keep them in the
fridge to maintain freshness and they’ll
stay nice and crispy for a good week or
so so whether you like to eat them in a
bowl with some milk or if you’re like me
and you just like snack away you’re
gonna love these low-carb sugar-free
gluten-free and grain free cinnamon
toast crunch that’s gonna remind you of
your childhood if you try them please
leave a comment below and let me know
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time bye for now
you