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Enjoy hot dogs to their fullest with these Keto Hot Dog Buns! Bonus? They are fast and easy make!

Two hot dogs in keto hot dog buns with ketchup and mustard.

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This post has been updated since it’s original publish date because I received a lot of feedback that the buns were too small! I have doubled the recipe to create 4 larger keto hot dog buns. If you liked the smaller hot dogs, this recipe can either be cut in half, or left as is and make 8 hot dog buns instead of just 4.

Well, we are just diving into weenie roast season, which happens to be one of my favourites. Zoey completely loses her mind with excitement whenever I say we are having a weenie roast for dinner!

I am not opposed to eating bunless hot dogs, there is a time and a place for sure, but for all those other times, I whip up these delicious Keto Hot Dog Buns! With less than 20 minutes from start to finish, they are not only a healthy alternative to your typical hot dog bun, but are also keto friendly, gluten free and super tasty!

I hope you love these Keto Hot Dog Buns as much as I do 🙂

Why it works

  1. Made with almond flour and cheese, these hot dog buns are low in carbs and high in flavour.
  2. Ready in 20 minutes, these buns are super fast to make- and easy too!
  3. Enjoy hot dogs to their full potential while keeping within your dietary needs.
Hot dog in a keto hot dog bun with ketchup and mustard.

Ingredients

  • almond flour
  • parmesan cheese
  • baking powder
  • baking soda
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • sea salt
  • mozzarella
  • unsalted butter
  • egg

How to make Keto Hot Dog Buns

These wiener huggers take no time to create, so you can enjoy hot dogs to their full potential in 20 minutes from start to finish.

First things first, you’ll want to turn the oven on to 375 °.

Now grab a medium sized microwaveable bowl and add almond flour, parmesan cheese, baking powder, baking soda, garlic powder, onion powder and sea salt. Give the mix a stir, then toss in the shredded mozzarella. Top with a tbsp of butter then microwave for 45 seconds.

Bowl with almond flour, mozza and butter.

Mix with a wooden spoon, microwave for an additional 30 seconds, then mix again. By now the mozza should be fully melted. If not? Microwave in 10 second increments until it is.

Crack the egg into a small dish and whisk well. Remove 1 tbsp of the egg and set aside, then pour the remaining egg into the almond flour / cheese. Fold the egg in gently using a wooden spoon until fully combined. Gently fold in the vinegar.

The keto hot dog bun dough all ready to be rolled into logs.

Dump the dough onto a non stick baking mat lined baking sheet and form into a log, working with it gently so that the dough does not lose its volume. Divide the dough into four sections, then gently roll each section into a long log. Space the logs evenly around the baking sheet, then brush the set aside egg over top of each log.

keto hot dog dough rolled into 4 logs.

Bake in the preheated oven for 12-14 minutes, until the tops are golden brown. Let sit for a few minutes to cool before slicing and filling with your hot dogs!

4 freshly baked keto hot dog buns.

Watch the whole thing go down:

Expert Tips

  1. Make sure the mozzarella is fully melted before adding in the egg and vinegar.
  2. Be sure to work gently with this dough. If it is over mixed, you could get breadsticks instead of hot dog buns. The vinegar interacts with the baking powder to create volume, which would be crushed if it was kneaded too hard.
  3. This recipe is designed to create 4 large hot dog buns. If you prefer smaller buns, divide the dough into 6 or 8 logs.
  4. When shaping the buns, roll each log out until it is the length of a hot dog.

What low carb side dishes go with hot dogs?

It’s often we don’t add side dishes to weenie roast night, just a pile of dogs and sauce options while the children’s laughter rings through the air. For all the other times I really like to pair hot dogs with salad. Here are a few of my favourites:

Feel like something chippy? Chips go SO WELL with hot dogs for some reason… I love these Baked Tortilla Chips which I make with low carb tortillas.. they are so easy and fast to whip up, they can even be baked while making these Keto Hot Dog Buns! 😜

Two hot dogs with keto hot dog buns.

How to store Keto Hot Dog Buns

These buns are best if eaten within the day, but can be kept in the refrigerator for about a week.

I like to freeze any leftovers right after we eat to reserve their freshness. Simply toss the buns into a freezer safe ziploc bag and freeze for 4-6 months! They thaw in no time, so you can just pull them out of the freezer a little while before you make your next round of hot dogs.

Frequently asked questions

Can you eat hot dogs on the keto diet?

100%! Depending on your own variation of the keto diet, you’ll want to be careful which variety you buy. Strict keto is all about unprocessed foods so look for a natural hot dog without all the extra garbage you find in cheap hot dogs.

Personally, I don’t like to feed my kids anything processed, so am always spending the extra $ on natural hot dogs.

How many net carbs are in a hot dog bun?

A typical white hot dog bun has 24 g net carbs. Yowza, that’s a lot, hey? One of these Keto Hot Dog Buns? 4 g net carbs!

Is ketchup Keto friendly?

That completely depends on the ketchup you buy. Most ketchup is basically made from sugar. It’s crazy the amount that is used to make this delicious sauce… no wonder it’s so good, right?

There are brands that make ‘no sugar added’ ketchup like Heinz or Primal Kitchen that totally work for the keto diet, though you still have to be careful how much you eat. Alternately you can try and make your own! Check out this recipe from Sugar Free Londoner.

Here are some other recipes you may like:

90 Second Keto Bread

Low Carb Biscuits with Cheddar

Low Carb Onion Buns

Tomato Basil Low Carb Flatbread

For more low carb recipes make sure to view our 61 Easy Low Carb Dinners That Are Quick & Family Approved

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Two hot dogs in keto hot dog buns with ketchup and mustard.

Keto Hot Dog Buns

Enjoy hot dogs to their full potential with these Keto Hot Dog Buns. They are super easy to make and ready in 20 minutes from start to finish!
4.74 from 64 votes
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Prep Time: 8 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4 buns
Author: Aleta

Ingredients

  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 3 tbsp parmesan cheese
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp garlic powder
  • ¼ tsp onion powder
  • 1 pinch sea salt
  • 100 g grated mozzarella ¾ cup
  • 2 tbsp unsalted butter
  • 2 eggs divided
  • 1 tsp white vinegar

Instructions

Instructions

    Equipment Needed

    • Microwave Safe Bowl
    • Whisk
    • Cheese Grater
    • Wooden Spoon
    • Baking Sheet with Non Stick Baking Mat or Parchment Paper

    Directions

    • Heat oven to 375° and line a baking sheet with baking mat or parchment paper, then set aside.
    • In a microwave safe bowl combine almond flour, parmesan cheese, baking powder, baking soda, garlic powder, onion powder and sea salt. Whisk, then toss in grated mozzarella. Place butter on top, then microwave for 45 seconds. Mix with a wooden spoon, microwave for an additional 30 seconds, then mix again.
    • Crack the eggs into a small dish and whisk well. Remove 1 tbsp of the egg and set aside, then pour the remaining egg into the almond flour / cheese. Fold the eggs in gently using a wooden spoon until just combined, then gently fold in the vinegar. Do not over mix the dough or these keto hot dog buns could turn into breadsticks.
    • Divide the dough into four sections, then gently roll each section into a weiner sized log and place evenly on the baking sheet. Brush with the remaining egg wash.
    • Bake in the preheated oven for 12-14 minutes, until the tops are golden brown. Let sit for a few minutes to cool before slicing and filling with your hot dogs!

    Notes

    Expert Tips

    1. Make sure the mozzarella is fully melted before adding in the egg and vinegar.
    2. Be sure to work gently with this dough. If it is over mixed, you could get breadsticks instead of hot dog buns. The vinegar interacts with the baking powder to create volume, which would be crushed if it was kneaded too hard.
    3. This recipe is designed to create 4 large hot dog buns. If you prefer them smaller, this recipe can be divided into 6 or 8 hot dog buns.
    4. When shaping the buns, roll each log out until it is the length of a hot dog.
    Nutrition Facts Nutrition facts are an estimate only! The ingredients you choose could have different nutritional values than the ingredients I have used.
    Deduct fibre from the total carbs to get 4 g net carbs per bun

    Nutrition

    Serving: 1bun | Calories: 350kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 15.6g | Fat: 30g | Sodium: 542mg | Fiber: 3g | Net Carbs: 4g
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    139 Comments

    1. Lorna loughridge

      5 stars
      I made the recipe cut it on four and shaped somewhat like a hotdog bun . It was sticky dough so I just basically shaped by pushing on sides to make the shapes . It tasted great , was fluffier than most almond flour dough and easy to make . Thank you

    2. Delia Karis

      Hey Alta, just wanted to thank you for the recipe , me and my hubby just tried and love the buns! Super Yummy!

    3. Angelina

      Hi Aleta! Delicious! I made it once, half of recipe with added psyllium husk powder. Came out perfect and tasted so good, my non keto family loved it. Just wondering if it works as a full loaf, instead of individual buns. Anyone tried? Thank you !

      • I’m so glad you liked them Angelina – good idea with the psyllium husk. I have not tried it yet with a full loaf, but definitely something I’d like to experiment with in the future 🙂

    4. Buddie Bertrand Pregler

      5 stars
      So good ! I’ve made them 4 times. Once as directed. Once as directed with onion and garlic and made little buns. Twice as cinnamon scones with pecans. OMGOSH, delicious ! I added a 1/2 powered swerve, 2 t. Cinnamon, 2t. Vanilla and a cups of nuts, no garlic or onion . Made little buns . Then frosted with cream cheese/butter/swerve frosting The best! The best recipe for little buns, the baking powder/soda/vinegar is key !

      • Oh my goodness your cinnamon bun idea is brilliant! So glad you like this recipe so much. And yes, the vinegar trick is the best way to get that volume with almond flour

    5. HOW to do with no microwave; please POST! Double boiler? Metal bowl over simmering water? Please advise thanks!

      • Although I have never tried it myself, other people have told me that the mixture can be melted together using a non stick skillet, though I would imagine a metal bowl over simmering water would works the best.

    6. 5 stars
      Turned out to be some kick butt philly cheesesteak buns… I loved them I’ll be doing these with everything I can think of!

    7. 5 stars
      Does it work to mix the vinegar with the egg before adding to the cheese/almond-flour mixture? It seems to me that that would reduce the overall mixing needed. I haven’t tried the recipe yet, so the 5 stars is a hopeful guess. 🙂

      • Hi Lani!
        It’s important to leave the vinegar until last, and then just gently mix it in. The vinegar will hit the baking powder and soda and produce a chemical reaction, causing the dough to puff up. We want this to give our buns some volume!
        If the dough is mixed too much after the vinegar is added, it will cause the dough to flatten back down, giving us breadsticks instead of hot dog buns. I’ve experimented a lot with it 😁
        I hope you love them!

    8. 5 stars
      I really loved this recipe. I have tried some other keto bread and don’t really care for them. This one is a keeper. Thanks for the great recipe!

    9. 5 stars
      Hello! Thanks so much for this recipe. 😊 I made my first attempt today and the dough was very sticky when I was trying to roll it. Is that normal? The end results were kinda crumbly. Did I do something wrong?

      • Hey Rosy! This dough can be a little sticky, though I would say the buns aren’t usually crumbly after they have been baked. I am not sure why they would be crumbly.. wish I could be more help!

    10. Mine came out kind of soggy on the inside. Are there any ways around that? Or maybe I did something drastically wrong?

    11. They turned out okay. They were a little flat and sort of heavy, what do I do wrong?How do you store them?

      • Hey Loretta, I find if the dough is mixed too much after the vinegar has been added, they can turn out flatter. They should be stored in the fridge 🙂

    12. 5 stars
      I’ve made these twice and my son loves them. Not only for hot dogs during major league baseball season (GO DODGERS!) but great for any other savory sandwiches too. I thought about trying other recipes just to compare but he doesn’t want me to….just loves these. Super easy to make too!

    13. 5 stars
      It turned out great! Easy to follow and simple than I think… thank you for sharing this!

    14. Jennifer Hughes

      Making the cheese melt without the microwave (quite a bit of effort) is obnoxiously exacerbated with a bunch of almond flour in the way. Super recommend any non-micro users wait to add the flour till the cheese is melted. And it’s pretty blasted Sticky dough so oil hands (unless I missed that in the bloooooog, would be nice note near recipe). Yummy still 🙂

    15. Could you please share the weight of the ingredients?

      Thanks

    16. 5 stars
      I totally goofed up the first batch. I over mixed the dough, but I did it again with a lighter, softer touch & by golly, I have hot dog buns. Thank you for the recipe.

    17. I made these to the recipe and they came out great.. except they were flattened out. They were too thin while slicing them in half. Any thoughts?

      • Hi Ken, these do tend to spread out while baking and can be fairly thin, but they should be thick enough to be able to slice in half. Here are a couple of things to check:
        1. Did you shape them into a round log for baking? Or into a hot dog bun shape? They need to be in a log to allow for the spreading.
        2. How fresh is your baking powder?
        3. Be sure not to over mix after the vinegar has been added, it needs to be gently folded in. The reaction between the vinegar and baking powder causes the buns to rise, so if it is over mixed, the reaction won’t work.
        Hope that helps!

    18. 2 stars
      Yeah, I’m not sure what you did, but this recipe did not work for me. I never got it into a ball like I have with other bread recipes. I tried it twice, and I wasted expensive ingredients on it. This one was a big L.

    19. Do you have any suggestions for those who don’t have a microwave?

      Thanks

      • Yes! Although I have never tried it myself, I have had someone comment that they melted the cheese on the stove and it worked fine! I believe they had said they made the recipe right up until it should be microwaved, and instead heated it on the stove until just melted. Let me know if it works for you!

    20. Ashley Tilot

      Should I use grated or shredded parmesan cheese?

    21. Jean Rose

      I have made these twice and they are really wet when I mix in the eggs . Am I doing this wrong ? Should I be using only 1 egg ? I need help

      • Hey Jean, I have heard of other people having issues with the wetness, though it’s not an issue for myself and others. You could certainly try using just one egg instead of the two. Let me know how they turn out if you do 🙂

      • Fernando D'lavega

        1 star
        This is the worst recipe ever and the smell of onion and garlic powder with the parmesan cheese in the mix is very unpleasant. I followed this recipe properly and it was a waste of my time and ingredients.

        • Do you not like onion and garlic? You could leave them out if you find them so horrible. What else was so wrong with this recipe for you to claim it’s the worst recipe ever? Let’s get down to the bottom of this!

    22. Hello. This is a great recipe that I have made twice. The only issue that I have had both times is that my dough is sticky when I try to roll it. I ended up spooning out the dough and forming it that way but I’m wondering what I did wrong.

      • Hi Sabrina! Glad you like the buns ☺️
        I have had a couple other people say the same thing. I am wondering if it is either the type of cheese used or perhaps too much egg is going into the dough… maybe next time try to leave out a little bit more egg than the 1 tbsp?

    23. I was wondering if they freeze well , I would like to take them in the camper already to go instead of having to make them while I am traveling. What do you think ?

    24. Elizabeth Slagter

      4 stars
      The taste was good… very good. I sprinkled everything but the bagel seasoning on one just for fun. My only problem is that they were very crumbly. Did I need to microwave the mozzarella more? It was also pretty wet to work with.

      • Hey Elizabeth! I am glad you liked the taste, adding the everything bagel seasoning is a great idea! Was the mozzarella fully melted before mixing in the egg? The mixture should not be very wet and the hot dog buns should not be super crumbly.

    25. 5 stars
      I LOVE this recipe!!!
      I was craving for some type of bread during my keto diet and this is my favorite option by far!
      I made small buns like “chipa” (from South America) and worked great. Worked as a snack too! And, also, for any type of sliders! DELICIOUS! Thank you!!

      • Hey Mariann, I am so glad you love these buns so much! Yes, there are so many possible ways to shape them, for hot dogs, burgers, and little buns as well! Thanks for the comment 🙂

    26. 5 stars
      My family love this recipe. Being diabetic I’m always looking for a lower carb option on the breads and this really went well with our brats on Memorial Day.

    27. Hi Aleta, Im allergic to eggs so I was wondering if you could make it without them? What would you substitute it with?
      Thank you!!

    28. Carolyn B

      1 star
      This was the absolute worse recipe. Do not waste you money in the ingredients or your time!!!!

      • Hey Carolyn,
        Something must have gone terribly wrong if you think this was the ‘absolute worst recipe’. Did they buns not rise? Did you not like the flavour? Let’s get down to the bottom of this.

    29. Catalina Arango Vinasco

      Can I use apple cider vinegar instead of white?

    30. Can you tell me the calorie count and carb count?

      • Hey Joann, all of the nutrition information is at the bottom of the recipe card 🙂 Per bun there are 350 calories, 7 g total carbs, 4 g net carbs. Nutrition facts are an estimate only because the ingredients you choose could have different nutritional values than the ingredients I have used.

    31. I’m thinking this recipe could be used for hamburger buns as well? Just shape them into a round bun instead of a log.

    32. 5 stars
      These are great! I replaced 1/4 cup of the almond flour with ground flaxseed the second time I made them and they were amazing! My husband love the way they taste with chili on the hot dog!

      • So glad you loved them, Melanie! What great ideas, I’ll try the flaxseed next time I make dogs and yummmm I also love chili dogs!

    33. These are in the oven now. They seemed really sticky when rolling them out, making it hard to get into a log shape for the hot dogs. Is this the way it should feel? Thanks!

    34. Hello,
      I was wondering if we can substitute Parmesan cheese and just use mozzarella cheese all around or if cheese can be avoided?

    35. When I made these the dough was really wet, not at all like it looked in pictures and video. After the bake they tasted very eggy. Should there be 2 large eggs or is it just 1? I ask as prior to the recipe you mention egg as singular. Just trying to figure out why mine were so wet and came out tasting and smelling like eggs.

      Thank you

      • Hi Duane! It is supposed to be 2 eggs, whisked, with 1 tbsp removed for the egg wash prior to baking. The dough should not have been wet though, and I do not find the buns have an eggy flavour. I wonder if the eggs you used were XL? Maybe give it a try with slightly smaller eggs? Were you able to shape the dough into buns at all?

    36. 5 stars
      These are pretty good! I don’t use microwaves and I was still able to get them to turn out well by melting the cheese on the stove in a pot.

    37. 5 stars
      I made for my husband so he could have a meatball sandwich! He loved them! I had to try a bite and they are delicious! Can’t wait to try wirh hot dogs and cheese steaks!!

    38. Thank you for your quick response and for sharing your recipe.

    39. Can these be made in the late morning and then eaten at suppertime or is it better to make them just before eating?

    40. 5 stars
      Ahah!Thanks for the help. Now that I know cheddar and mozzarella cannot be exchanged in this recipe, they came out great. I appreciate your feedback! The recipe that I messed up with cheddar actually worked out OK, too. I just used a cookie scoop to dollop them onto a tray and bake them. They came out just like those cheddar biscuits that they serve at Red Lobster. 😂😂

    41. Darcie Curley

      5 stars
      I just made this recipe, and it’s definitely a Keto Keeper. Excellent crumb, sliced and held together very well, delicious smell, easy to make, no weird ingredients or extra steps like beating egg whites, only messed up one small bowl since I don’t often pre-beat eggs beforehand as a long-time cook. Cooked in my gas oven at 375 for the 12 min to a nice golden brown and husband really liked. Be warned that they are quite thin as many Keto breads are, but because they hold together so well, they also sliced and served easily. Definitely a hit with me.

    42. 2 stars
      I am not sure what I did wrong, but the dough cane out the consistency of a bowl of cheese grits. It was so sticky and wet I couldn’t get it off of the parchment paper. It was not dough-like at all. The only change was that I used sharp cheddar instead of mozzarella. I’ve en tried to add another 1/2 cup of almond flour, but it didn’t work. I really want this to work.,. Please help!

      • Hey Jennifer, unfortunately cheddar cannot be swapped out for mozzarella. You need the mozza to make this dough work! Please try it with mozza instead of cheddar and let me know how they turn out! 🙂

    43. 2 stars
      I followed the recipe to a tee. They did not rise and made bread sticks. All ingredients was fresh just bought. Very disappointed in this recipe for hot dog buns.

      • Hi Rick, I am sorry you have had this experience, and have had two other people share they had the same thing. I am trying to figure out what went wrong because I have personally made them myself countless times as well as many other people, and they have always turned out perfect. But I am in the process of trying to recreate the issue so that I can see what is going wrong with the failed attempts. I hope to figure this out soon!

      • Hey Rick! I have just figured out why this issue has happened. If the dough is over worked, the buns will not rise and spread! I have changed the recipe instructions to make sure this doesn’t happen again 🙂

      • They didn’t rise for me either and the dough was very wet. I made sure not to overmix the dough once I added the vinegar, but the cheese was melted but difficult to mix. Is it possible I overmixed trying to incorporate the melted cheese before adding the vinegar? I ended up folding them in half lengthwise while they were still warm and weighting them so they cooled into somewhat of a hotdog bun shape. Really disappointed and curious is found the reason this happens to some people?

        • Hey Willow, that is so interesting. The cheese should have been very soft to mix once melted. I wonder if the issue was there… what type of cheese did you use? Pre packaged cheese perhaps? Was is melted all the way?

    44. I made these today,they didn’t rise or flatten out like yours,don’t know if i can get a hotdog inside,they seem a little doughy, cooked them 14 minutes. they are pretty though.

      • Hey Deborah! That is so interesting that they did not rise or flatten out, perhaps your baking powder is old? If it is, that would most likely be the cause. Hope that helps!

      • 3 stars
        Tried today and same thing..all new ingredients, didn’t flatten or rise. Basically made big bread sticks. Disappointed, hot dog but no bun for dinner. I’ve given 3 stars just in case I did something wrong but followed concisely.

        • Hey Deborah and Dom, I have solved the mystery! If the dough is over worked, the buns will not rise and spread! I have changed the recipe instructions to make sure this doesn’t happen again 🙂

    45. Heyas! So, like, do these taste cheesy? I am just wondering because that’d be cool for like keto chilli dogs, but not my favorite for the classic german bratt with mustard. Thanks.

    46. Everyone is talking about how good they look and delicious they sound. Has anyone ACTUALLY made them and tried them? If so what’s your opinion?

      • Darcie Curley

        5 stars
        I just made this recipe, and it’s definitely a Keto Keeper. Excellent crumb, sliced and held together very well, delicious smell, easy to make, no weird ingredients or extra steps like beating egg whites, only messed up one small bowl since I don’t often pre-beat eggs beforehand as a long-time cook. Cooked in my gas oven at 375 for the 12 min to a nice golden brown and husband really liked. Be warned that they are quite thin as many Keto breads are, but because they hold together so well, they also sliced and served easily. Definitely a hit with me.

      • 5 stars
        This was the best keto bake item we’ve ever baked and we have done a few that were pretty good. We would almost prefer these buns to the normal “boring” hot dog buns.

      • 5 stars
        I make these every few weeks when we have hot dog night. I love them, I replace 1/4 cup almond flour with ground golden flaxseed, I prefer the texture of it that way but first made it following the recipe exactly. They are more dense than traditional buns, but taste like wheat bread. Hope this helps!

    47. 5 stars
      Your post is packed with such great info! I have wanted to try out keto for a while, and I never even though of checking whether the condiments were keto as well!

    48. These look delicious and the buns look just perfectly crisp. I’ve never made my own hot dog buns before, but I’m certainly going to have to give it a try now. Thanks for sharing your great recipe!

    49. Wow low carb meals are on top of my head right now and these looks and delicious for a quick weekday lunch. Such a well explained recipe!

    50. Amanda Mason

      Oh my goodness these look absolutely amazing! I’m loving that you used both almond flour and Parmesan cheese! Super helpful tips! Can’t wait to make these since I’m gluten free! Yeah!

    51. Amanda Mason

      5 stars
      Oh my goodness these look absolutely amazing! I’m loving that you used both almond flour and Parmesan cheese! Super helpful tips! Can’t wait to make these since I’m gluten free!

    52. 5 stars
      What a great recipe! I never knew you can have keto hot dog buns! Can’t wait to give these a go, thanks so much for sharing this awesome recipe!

    53. 5 stars
      My mind is blown by these!! They look like the real deal and delicious! Low carb bread is hard to find but homemade is always the best. Thanks for sharing!

    54. 5 stars
      Wow! Keto Hot dog buns sound really interesting! Such a comfort fun meal but still healthy! Saving it for later!

    55. 5 stars
      Wow, they look like the real thing! And easy to make! What a wonderful compliment to the hot dogs.

    56. 5 stars
      Absolutely love this! I usually opt out of a bun bc of the added calories. But these are perfect! Thanks for sharing!

      • Thanks Leslie! I hope you love them 🙂

      • I’m wondering if anyone has made these. Every comment is on how great they look. PLEASE someone who’s made them comment. So often low carb bread is tough or dry.

        • Hey Dawn! Have you had the fathead dough before? These buns are made from roughly the same dough, to give you an idea 🙂

        • 5 stars
          They were absolutely delicious, I just made them 10 min ago. Definitely a keeper recipe!

        • Just made these an hour ago for dinner. They are great. They give the impression as if they are going to crumble but I was so pleasantly surprised that they hold extreemely well after I sliced and cold them off a bit. Mine werre slightly salty but I attribute that to me substituting mozarella for monterrey jack. I also missed adding the butter but they still turned out great. They are NOT dry or tough. Just the right amount of elasticity, hold and texture is reminds me of english muffins to give you an idea. Definitely you just need to make them to know if you will like or not but I certainly recommend.

    57. 5 stars
      I would love to have this for my snack option any day. This looks delicious and yum.

    58. 5 stars
      How fun! I never would have thought you could have a keto hot dog bun! These buns look so delicious and super easy to make! I can’t wait to try them.

    59. 5 stars
      Oh these will make me feel a whole lot less guilty this summer when I eat a bunch of hot dogs! My gluten free friends will love them too 🙂 thanks for sharing!

    60. Can you freeze them?

      • Hey Barbara! Yes you can, I recommend freezing them before you slice them. They can be tossed into a freezer safe ziploc for storage and don’t take long to thaw 🙂

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