Carbquik Low Carb Biscuits

Well finally we’ve got biscuits that taste like biscuits!!! These amazing lovely goodies are 1 NET carb each!!! I must give thanks to Carbquik for the recipe (on the box) but I do plan to tweak by adding a stick of butter to the batter next time! 🙂 You can order Carbquik from or Amazon (

The pan I used is a muffin top pan, also bought on Amazon:

The recipe (from Carbquik box):


2 cups Carbquik

3/4 cup water (extra water will be needed here, I typically need 1+ cups)


Mix into a smooth dough.

Roll with hands into small biscuits and place in pan. If you are using a regular cookie sheet, just make them look like biscuits. 🙂

Bake at 350 for 12-14 minutes.

This is what ya get! 🙂

Carbquik Low carb Biscuits

2 thoughts on “Carbquik Low Carb Biscuits

  1. I have found that if you use unsweet almond milk and grate in some Kerrygold butter these come out so tasty and delicious like real biscuits. Also, yes they will stick if you don’t grease the pan.


  2. You can add a bit of baking powder to it, yes, but they don’t rise much either way. I find they brown well for me at 375 but your oven might cook different. I’d say play around with the timing and temp and see how that goes. I kind of had to do that myself at first. Adding buttermilk isn’t that low carb and since I’ve gone more strict keto I use unsweet almond milk (specifically Califia Farms Toasted Almond Coconut milk) and you cannot tell the difference, and with the butter grated in, oh my…they turn out SO good. We make several versions, some with sugar free chocolate chips and preferred sweetener, some with cinnamon and preferred sweetener…all good products. I also have a low carb cornbread recipe on the site that if you use unsweet almond milk it really lowers the carb count and it tastes great!


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