Keto Pink Himalayan Salt Pull Apart Butter Buns

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  • prep time

    prep time

    15 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    1 h 50 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    2 h 5 min

Keto Pink Himalayan Salt Pull Apart Butter Buns

6 ratings

These buttery, soft and fluffy rolls are slathered with ghee and salted liberally with sea salt. They are the most wonderful addition to breakfast with cured meats or for a snack. Not to mention, they would be great with a nice side of roast beef or grilled chicken. It will be a recipe you will make time and time again.

What does Keto bread taste like?

Low carb and Keto bread as a soft texture with slight buttery notes from psyllium husk. In general, they have a light, airy texture due to the addition of egg. They form a nice crust that is reminiscent of bread. They are sturdy enough to use like bread without all the carbs.

Do you need to refrigerate Keto bread?

Due to a higher water activity of Keto breads, they need to be refrigerated after baking or frozen up to one month.

What other toppings can I add?

Other unique toppings for these pull apart buns include, Maldon salt, furikake seasoning, everything bagel seasoning or cinnamon and sugar.

  • Net Carbs

    2.5 g

  • Fiber

    6.3 g

  • Total Carbs

    8.8 g

  • Protein

    6 g

  • Fats

    14 g

177 cals

Keto Pink Himalayan Salt Pull Apart Butter Buns

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Ingredients

  • Almond Flour

    Almond Flour

    1-¼ cup

  • Psyllium Husk Powder Soluble Fiber by Now

    Psyllium Husk Powder Soluble Fiber by Now

    5 tbsp

  • Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    1 tsp

  • Baking Powder

    Baking Powder

    1 teaspoon

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

    Apple Cider Vinegar

    2 teaspoon

  • Boiling Water

    Boiling Water

    1 cup

  • Raw Egg

    Raw Egg

    3 large

  • Ghee

    Ghee

    1 tablespoon

  • Ghee

    Ghee

    1 tablespoon

  • Himalayan Pink Salt Crystals by Trader Joe's

    Himalayan Pink Salt Crystals by Trader Joe's

    1-undefined teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 5

2 h 5 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat an oven to 325 F. Combine all dry ingredients together in the bowl of a stand mixer using a paddle attachment.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Add vinegar and boiling water. Then mix well in the stand mixer starting on low speed and then turning it to medium speed. Mix for 45 seconds to 1 minute.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Add the eggs and 1 tbsp ghee and mix well for another 1-2 minutes.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Divide the dough into eight parts. Wetting your hands between each piece of dough, make them into rolls. Wetting your hands before rolling each piece of dough will help it from sticking to your hands and results in a very smooth surface that looks like bread. Spray an 8” cake round cake pan with nonstick cooking spray and then evenly arrange rolls into the pan. Brush the tops of the rolls with half of melted ghee.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Bake in the oven for at least 60 minutes (mine took 70 minutes). They tend to look baked on the outside, but if they are underbaked on the inside will collapse. Be sure to err on the side of caution and give them extra time if you are unsure. Brush with remaining melted ghee and sprinkle with himalayan salt.
    Step 5

Comments 10

  • Zesty 🍋

    Zesty 🍋 3 years ago

    I thought baking with psyllium husk turned the food purple but these look yummy! 5 tablespoons is a LOT, even eating 1 roll a day, plus MCT oil might cause a bathroom run? Are most people ok with it?

    • ShalinaKumar

      ShalinaKumar 3 years ago

      First time using the husks. Am not sure if that is what I didn't like or the saltiness.

      • Kitten

        Kitten 3 years ago

        My fiancé loved them and he hates most anything keto. I wasn’t the biggest fan of the taste but I think it’s the almond flour I’m not digging. The texture was very close to real bread. Has anybody tried with a different flour?

        • Anonymous

          Anonymous 3 years ago

          Can I use a non-nut flour? Needs to be gluten free but my husband is allergic to nuts.

          • Fethiye

            Fethiye 4 years ago

            What can I use as a substitute for gee? Thanks

            • recipewriter

              recipewriter 4 years ago

              Regular butter, coconut oil or olive oil!

          • Anonymous

            Anonymous 4 years ago

            What can I use as a substitute for for psyllium husk powder?

            • recipewriter

              recipewriter 4 years ago

              There really is not a good substitute, try to source some if possible!

          • Lena

            Lena 4 years ago

            Those were really good. Very close to real bread!

            • Justonemom

              Justonemom 4 years ago

              Anyone ever try these?