Three Things to Know About Keto-Friendly Baking Mixes

Just in case you’re looking to dial down sugars and starches—the yummy way.

Whether you’re actively cutting back on grains and sugars or are just curious if there really is a difference in taste and texture when it comes to grain free products, keto-friendly baking mixes are an easy place to start. From sweet breakfast staples to decadent desserts, there’s a keto baking mix to test out with low stress and delicious results.


Mixes in 2 minutes and only takes 3 minutes to cook. Keto and Co


When it comes to grain-free pancakes, bakers say almond flour is the way to go. It’s more finely ground than wheat flour which results in a lighter and fluffier pancake—exactly what you want in this sweet breakfast.

Healthy & Filling

This pick gets its lovely taste from Wondrose, a combination of erythritol, fiber and monk fruit. Keto and Co


For those who enjoy experimenting with flavor and texture, try a brownie mix that uses coconut flour as the base ingredient. Coconut flour adds a natural sweetness to recipes, so if you choose to make the mix exactly as written on the box, it’ll satisfy your sweet tooth. Coconut is subtle and mild enough to blend with other flavors without overpowering them, so you can certainly get creative and mix in peanut butter, cream cheese or anything else that calls to you.

Comes in Blueberry, Too!

You can get these in a single count or buy a trio pack. Low Karb


Something to keep in mind with keto baking mixes is they will dry out faster than regular wheat based flour and mixes. Store them in airtight containers so they don’t spoil and plan on using them up soon after opening.