These Keto Burger buns are made with a version of my Keto HOP bread dough, which also makes great low carb hot dog buns. These dairy free and Whole 30 friendly buns are perfect for your next BBQ, and freeze wonderfully so you can make them ahead!
Thanks to these keto burger buns (and hot dog buns,) you no longer have to go “bun-less” in order to keep it keto (or Whole30 🎉) this Summer!
I mean bun-less burgers are OK and all – for example my bacon and jalapeño sheet pan burgers are super delicious and pretty amazing (if I do say so myself. 😂)
But now they will be even MORE amazing when served on these keto hamburger buns! 🙌🏻
And let’s not forget about the poor hot dog – which is just soooo much sadder without the bun.
For some reason, a hot dog don’t translate as well to a salad style bowl like a burger does. Maybe because I don’t typically have a lot of veggies on my hot dog like I do a burger.
But pro tip – avocado is delicious with hot dogs, and of course the classic Saurkraut is always a good idea.
Alllll of which can fit just fine on these sturdy keto hot dog buns. If that’s how you…. roll. 🙊
See what I did there? Didja? 👊🏻😂
Fortunately the same dough used to make the keto burger buns can be used to make keto hot dog buns!
It’s really all just a matter of changing the shape. The dough and baking time remains the same for either – and this recipe makes 8 keto burger buns or 8 keto hot dog buns.
You can even split it up and make 4 of each out of the same batch, which is exactly what I did here.
What’s impressive to me about these keto burger buns, is that they are super tasty of course, but also very sturdy and don’t disintegrate while you’re trying to eat even the sloppiest of burgers or loaded hot dogs.
Because they are so substantial and filling from the psyllium husk powder, you don’t need them to be super thick and bulky – which also means you don’t get overly full after just a few bites.
I made a few adjustments to my wildly popular Keto HOP Bread recipe to turn it into buns, (increased the egg and psyllium, and changed the mixing instructions) and I think it worked really well.
Hopefully you guys will agree, and as always I’m dying to hear what you thought of this recipe!Print