With sixty sweet and savory recipes, my biggest issue with the Small-Batch Keto Baking Cookbook is what to cook first. Should it be naan, red velvet cake, or brownie cheesecake bars? I chose Peanut Butter Cookies because I had all the ingredients (peanut butter, sweetener, and an egg) on hand. They were delicious! It only made a dozen cookies, which saved me and my husband from overeating a bit too much and still save some for lunch tomorrow. The next recipe I plan to try is English Muffins that are cooked in a microwave.
The book includes only keto recipes, which means all are gluten-free! Most of the recipes have only a few ingredients with most not hard to find in any supermarket. The only items I will have to buy are almond and coconut flour (because I usually use a 1-1 flour substitute). They are both relatively cheap at Walmart. Each recipe includes full nutritional information. My only complaint is the lack of photos of most of the finished recipes. But that is a minor gripe.
If you follow a keto or gluten-free diet, the Small-Batch Keto Baking Cookbook promises reasonably priced treats that you thought you would never get to eat again. Don’t miss it! 5 stars and a favorite!
Thanks to Callisto Media and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.