Keto Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
You're dreaming of a weekend morning where there's the sweet smell of freshly baked bread. That could just be a keto dream, where carbs are dancing on the counter, surrounded by glitter and rainbows... or, it could be your family making this easy, sumptuous recipe for Keto Hawaiian Sweet Rolls...just in time for a special weekend.
Opening your eyes, stretching from head to toe between the sheets, you realize...it actually does smell like fresh bread!
That's because you printed this recipe and posted it on the fridge. In your favorite color marker you lovingly wrote 'all ingredients in the fridge' and your family took the que:
what an amazing gesture of gratitude and love it would be for them to bake this recipe for you as a weekend morning surprise (especially since you're always providing healthy meals and keeping the fridge stocked with everyone's favorite snacks).
Hey, dreams can come true. Just look at this recipe as an example. Standard Hawaiian Rolls are not on the ketogenic menu, but glorious keto food bloggers, like This Mom's Menu, take the time to share their labors of love so that all of us can replicate these dreamy rolls in our own kitchen.
These buttery, dense, slightly sweet Keto Hawaiian Sweet Rolls are amazing all by themselves, but also make a great slider bun, sandwich base, or side item—all so that your keto lifestyle can still feel extravagant sometimes.
Lakanto Golden MonkFruit Sweetener is this bloggers secret ingredient to getting that sweet Hawaiian flavor. If you've not yet tried our Golden, you're missing a serious staple in your keto kitchen. It's not brown sugar, but it does have a light brown color and a richer monk fruit sweetness than our Classic. Many people compare it to cane sugar, or raw sugar.
FUN FACT: Golden actually has more of the monk fruit in it than our Classic, and many customer prefer this to our Classic, especially since it's still a 1:1 sugar replacement.
Thanks to a great affiliate keto blogger for this recipe. Find the original recipe on her blog, here.