Ooey Gooey Keto Cinnamon Rolls

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Cold air has moved in with the gray skies and rain from the remnants of hurricane Irma. Perfect weather for an ooey gooey cinnamon roll, right??

The dough was simple to make but a little finicky to work with (don’t worry it’s worth it and a little parchment paper is the key).

It was soft and sweet enough for me even without icing (don’t riot, I am not taking away your icing, haha).



3 1/2 cups – shredded mozzarella cheese

1 1/2 cups – almond flour

4 tbsp – cream cheese, softened

2 lg – eggs

1 tsp – baking powder

1 tsp – organic vanilla extract

1/2 cup – swerve sweetener, granulated


1/2 cup – swerve sweetener, granulated

1/2 cup – softened butter

1 1/2 tbsp – ground cinnamon


4 tbsp – cream cheese, softened

1 tsp – organic vanilla extract

1/2 cup – swerve sweetener, confectioners


– Add mozzarella to a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 30 sec – 1 minute, remove and stir. It should melt to resemble a ball of dough.

– Add remaining ingredients & stir well. Replace into microwave for additional 30 seconds to allow them to melt together.

– Remove dough and place onto parchment paper. Top with an additional sheet of parchment paper and roll out. Make sure not to roll it too thin – you don’t want any holes.

– In a separate bowl, mix together butter, sweetener, and cinnamon. Spread on top of the dough evenly.

– Next you will roll the dough (here is where it may feel tricky) it’s going to be a bit sticky so use the parchment paper to assist you.

– Lift one end of the parchment paper slightly to allow the dough to roll over itself, lay it back flat and then roll it again, repeat this until you’ve formed a large roll.

– Use a very sharp knife (I use a ceramic knife because they cut smooth and never dull) and cut into 10-12 even sized rolls.

– Place the rolls into a baking dish lined with parchment paper & place into the oven at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes. This may vary from oven to oven (of course, so make sure to watch them).

– Remove them from the oven once they begin to brown & set them aside to cool for 5-10 minutes.

– Drizzle glaze over cooled rolls and serve warm!

** these heat up very well!

** I placed them into an air tight container and stored them in the fridge.

** if you chill the dough after you’ve topped it you can cut it into strips and then roll those up and place them into the pan. They fluff up better.

NUTRITION: coming soon ❤️


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