Keto Baked Breaded Pork Chops

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  • prep time

    prep time

    10 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    30 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    40 min

Keto Baked Breaded Pork Chops

19 ratings

Baked pork chops are so easy and delicious for a weeknight meal. You could season them any way you’d like, but I used classic Italian seasoning. The breading is made up of almond flour and avocado oil! Pair this with a salad or some dark green veggies to make it a complete meal. 1 1/2 lb of pork chops bone-in is about 3 pork chops.

  • Net Carbs

    4.8 g

  • Fiber

    6.3 g

  • Total Carbs

    11.3 g

  • Protein

    208.7 g

  • Fats

    132.5 g

2098 cals

Keto Baked Breaded Pork Chops

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  • Pork Fresh Loin Sirloin Chops Or Roasts Bone-in Separable Lean And Fat Raw

    Pork Fresh Loin Sirloin Chops Or Roasts Bone-in Separable Lean And Fat Raw

    1-½ lb

  • Almond Flour

    Almond Flour

    1-½ cup

  • Italian Seasoning

    Italian Seasoning

    1-½ teaspoon

  • Avocado Oil

    Avocado Oil

    4 tablespoon

  • Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    1-¾ tsp

Recipe Steps

steps 3

40 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat an oven to 450 F. In a plastic bag, combine the almond flour, Italian seasoning, avocado oil and kosher salt. Massage the bag to combine the ingredients.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Add the pork chops and massage the bag to completely coat the pork chops with breading. Place the pork chops on a parchment lined baking sheet.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Bake for 30-35 minutes or until the pork reaches an internal temperature of 165 F.
    Step 3

Comments 24

  • Marlene E

    Marlene E a year ago

    Can’t be 2083Calories per pork chop.

    • YummyAvocado7

      YummyAvocado7 a year ago

      the nutritional information needs to be corrected for this recipe

      • MarvellousMacadamia794611

        MarvellousMacadamia794611 3 years ago

        People question the serving size? It says in the information serving size is 1 chop, but it's hard to believe that 1 chop is 864 calories. Very confusing

        • Jnet

          Jnet 3 years ago

          When posting this I logged 1/3 because I only had 1 pork chop. The total was 288 calories, then I did one egg and heavy whipping cream and dredged in the almond flour! Cooked in the oil! Delicious!

          • Dejana

            Dejana 3 years ago

            Soo delicious..

            • ShapeUp

              ShapeUp 3 years ago

              Fantastic. I cooked these in the ninja grill.

              • OutstandingKale331103

                OutstandingKale331103 3 years ago

                for how many minutes in the ninja

            • IneffableRadish807691

              IneffableRadish807691 3 years ago

              I loved this recipe. The taste is so good. Reading the comments everyone is questioning the calories/fat. I broke it down. It is spot on. The fat comes surprisingly from the avocado oil. But delicious!😘

              • Skuba713

                Skuba713 3 years ago

                So that's for 3 chops? Or just 1

            • Love2camp!

              Love2camp! 4 years ago

              I thought these were tasty but I am a bit confused. Is each serving a single chop? I don't think I could ever eat 3.

              • Nana21271

                Nana21271 3 years ago

                I could LOL

            • MyTime

              MyTime 4 years ago

              These are okay. Mine turned out a little dry. Next time I think I’ll add some marinara and mozzarella cheese at the end of baking.

              • rbthomas0047

                rbthomas0047 4 years ago

                The calorie count is probably based on 1 serving which is 3 boneless chops

                • Sbshreeve

                  Sbshreeve 4 years ago

                  Questioning the calorie count on one baked pork chop. At 864 calories, it is a higher count than fast food burgers. Similar recipes online show calorie counts to be only as high as 455 for a breaded and fried pork chop.

                  • NMJPeter

                    NMJPeter 4 years ago

                    ....I’m using the oil for the cooking...I used one egg and heavy cream for the coating and then I rolled in the almond flour and the seasonings...adjust the macros for this change...

                    • Kaybu

                      Kaybu 4 years ago

                      Wondering why calorie count is so high when a center cut porkchop is only 235 calories

                      • Rach

                        Rach 5 years ago

                        Great pork chops! I did coat them in oil before breading them. So delicious!

                        • Anonymous

                          Anonymous 5 years ago

                          Why would one add the oil to the bag instead of coating the chops in oil and placing chops in the bag? Absolutely ridiculous.

                          • RockinRobin

                            RockinRobin 5 years ago

                            What a rude way to get your point across...absolutely ridiculous

                        • sandi0921

                          sandi0921 5 years ago

                          We love these! Rather than add the oil to the bag, I coat the chops with the oil, then put them in the bag and coat with the flour mixture. I also added more to the chops once I put them on the sheetpan and pressed it in. Works great that way.

                          • Anonymous

                            Anonymous 5 years ago

                            I didnt end up using all the almond flour required. Very little stuck to chop. Can i just estimate each item separately?

                            • Monic

                              Monic 5 years ago

                              Calorie count seems quite high. I this accurate?

                              • rtolbert3

                                rtolbert3 4 years ago

                                I wondered this, too. Seems high to me.

                            • Anonymous

                              Anonymous 5 years ago

                              Difficult to use very complicated