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How To Make Crispy Keto French Fries

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Extra Crunchy and Crispy Keto French Fries, that are unrecognizable from the real potato Fries are finally here. This Low Carb, Gluten-Free, Keto Side Dish without vegetables is going to be remembered for life.

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After so many of you have written to me about the Keto Dough mixture used in our Keto Tater Tots or Croquettes and asking so much about the fries, I had to make this post. 

And of course one more, which is Crispy Keto Tortilla Chips.

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Keto “Potato” French Fries made without vegetables. 

Those Keto French Fries served together with our Burger Mini Bites, breakfast sandwich or Keto Burgers filled with Basil Pesto and dipped into one of the Sugar-Free Ketchup brings the comfort food in our lifestyle into the final level. 

Your plate will not only be indistinguishable from the filled Carbs fast-food chains but after a few bites, nobody will ever realize those are not real potato french fries. 

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I could not leave this to myself only.

I had to share this revelation with the whole Keto World. 

And you all should do it too.

More of us will share it, more people will find out about it and soon half of the world living our lifestyle will be making various dishes based on Heavenly Keto Dough. 

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Crispy Keto French Fries

Heavenly Keto Dough

Have you heard of Fathead dough? I am sure you have.

Do you know what Chaffle is? By now you should  

And have you heard of Heavenly Dough? Not yet? Well read further

A mixture of one of the Nut flour together with Xanthan and hot water gets transformed into a dough very similar to the mashed potatoes. 

That is the exact taste you get from anything made with Heavenly Dough. 

Almond and Coconut Flour together

As I have to always experiment a bit further, I have mixed both Almond and Coconut Flour and made the best mixture my family and I love. 

With this dough, I am already in the process of preparation of various recipes for all of you. It started with our Croquettes and now Fries. 

Keto World is never the same.

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Who is Heavenly Fan? 

Heavenly is a genie behind the Keto transformation and upgrading Keto Food to another level. 
She is a magician. Next-generation Einstein in the Keto World.

Remember her name. You will still read it in all the Keto Books. 

In her video, she is explaining how she has discovered this mixture by accident and came up with the idea of making Heavenly Keto French Fries. 

How many Carbs are in the French Fries?


An ordinary french fries made from real potatoes normally contain as many carbs, you might need for the whole week in our lifestyle.

But not Heavenly Fries.
Crunchy or Crispy Fries you are going to make contains only 3 carbs per serving (10 Fries) together with 4 g of Fiber. 
Isn’t that magical and fabulous? And the taste is the same as you would eat ordinary Fries. 

Cooking options for Heavenly Fries.

Even though our preferred option is Deep Frying to get closest to the real crispiness of fries, you can choose from all 3.

  • Deep Fry – best on the middle heat slowly turning the fries 
  • Oven – spray the fries with a bit of oil and bake at 200 Celsius or 400F until golden brown
  • Air Fryer – Spraying fries with a bit of oil Airfry them for approximately 6 minutes 
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Ho to Make Crispy Keto French Fries

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Ingredients needed:

*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.

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STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON THE CRUNCHIEST KETO FRIES

First Step: Prepare Ingredients

First of all, prepare all of your ingredients for easy maneuver.

Make sure you have boiling water on the side as well.

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Second Step: Mix Dry

In a glass bowl or a mixing jar, place all of the dry ingredients in and mix until fully combined.

Make sure no lumps are formed.

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Third Step: Add Water

Once all of the ingredients are fully combined and lumps are taken out add the hot or boiling water.

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Fourth step: Mix

Using your spatula, mix all of the dry ingredients with the boiling water until a smooth dough has been formed.

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Fifth Step: Roll Dough

Once everything is combined, place the dough onto a silicone sheet or parchment paper and work it out further.

Using a rolling pin, roll the dough into a rectangular shape, approximately a quarter of an inch thick.

If you have a silicone spatula you shouldn’t have a problem with stickiness but if you feel the dough still sticky, you can either place it for 5 to 10 minutes in the refrigerator or use parchment paper on top of the dough before rolling.

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Sixth Step: Cut

Once you have a rectangular shape with approximately a quarter of an inch thick using either a knife or cake scraper cut the dough into half and then a really thin slice like french fries.

It is better to cut it thinner as during the Frying process the fries might increase a tiny bit in size.

Like "Potato" Keto French Fries cutting fries shapes

Seventh Step: Fry

Once all of the dough is cut into french fries, placed them one by one into the preheated pan with oil.

Fry at a low to middle heat slowly turning the fries onto all sides.

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Eight Step: Paper towel

Once all of the keto french fries are brown and crispy, placed them one by one onto a bowl covered with a paper towel.

Paper towel will take the remaining oil from Fries.

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Tips and Tricks

Rest the dough – Let the dough rest a bit before rolling if you do feel it is very sticky

Cut Thin – Cut the french fries thin as during the frying process they will still increase in size a tiny bit.

Fry at a low to middle temperature – It is best to fry the french fries at a low to medium-high temperature, as this will make sure they have been fried equally on all sides and do not burn immediately.

Cooking options:

  • Deep Fry 
  • Oven – 200C or 400F 
  • Air Fryer – 6 minutes

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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How do you store Heavenly Fries?

Even though those keto french fries are best to be eaten directly as they are fresh and the crispiest, you can still store them for later on.

Place them into an airtight container preferably glass and store them in the refrigerator for up to 2 to 3 days.

Can you freeze Keto french Fries?

You can certainly freeze those keto french fries without any issues.

The best is to precut the dough. Place the row fries into the Ziploc bag and directly into the freezer.

Can you make those fries ahead?

You can certainly make those fries well ahead of time.

It is much better to place them onto a cutting board and once you’re ready to serve just place it into the frying oil.

What Dippings can you serve with keto Fries?

There are various dips you can use for our french fries such as

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How To Make Crispy Keto French Fries

Keto French Fries Almond and Coconut Flour with ketchup and mayo

Extra Crunchy and Crispy Keto French Fries, that are unrecognizable from the real potato Fries are finally here. This Low Carb, Gluten-Free, Keto Side Dish without vegetables is going to be remembered for life.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. Prepare all of your ingredients for easy maneuver. Make sure you have boiling water on the side as well.
    2. In a glass bowl or a mixing jar, place all of the dry ingredients in and mix until fully combined.
    3. Once all of the ingredients are fully combined and lumps are taken out add the hot water.
    4. Using your spatula, mix all of the dry ingredients with the boiling water until a smooth dough has been formed.
    5. Once everything is combined, place the dough onto a silicone sheet or parchment paper and work it out further.
    6. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough into a rectangular shape, approximately a quarter of an inch thick.
    7. Once you have a rectangular shape with approximately a quarter of an inch thick using either a knife or cake scraper cut the dough into half and then a really thin slice like french fries.
    8. When all of the dough is cut into french fries, placed them one by one into the preheated pan with oil.
    9. Fry at a low to middle heat slowly turning the fries onto all sides.
    10. After all of the keto french fries are brown and crispy, placed them one by one onto a plate covered with a paper towel.

Notes

Rest the dough - Let the dough rest a bit before rolling if you do feel it is very sticky

Cut Thin - Cut the french fries thin as during the frying process they will still increase in size a tiny bit.

Fry at a low to middle temperature - It is best to fry the french fries at a low to medium-high temperature, as this will make sure they have been fried equally on all sides and do not burn immediately.

Cooking options:
- Deep Fry
- Oven - 200C or 400F
- Air Fryer - 6 minutes

Nutrition Information

Yield

4

Serving Size

10 Fries

Amount Per Serving Calories 47Total Fat 3gCarbohydrates 3gFiber 4g

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64 Comments on “How To Make Crispy Keto French Fries”

  1. Really like these fries. I froze half and even those turned out great. I am going to double the recipe so I have lots in the freezer when I want some.

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  2. We made these and had leftover fried fries. We have the leftovers a second life by popping them in the air fryer and after they warmed and crisped up again, shook them in a paper bag with sweetener and cinnamon. OMG. Churros. But keto!

    Next time, I’d add a pat of butter and a pinch of salt!

    Yum!!

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  3. Wow made them today and can’t believe how good they were with as I was bit skeptical.. but glad I took the chance! Definitely recommend for anyone doing low car and I will be making them again. Thank you for the great recipe!!

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  4. These were delicious! I know for next time to put more salt in the dough, probably a tsp. But what a fun treat.

    I’m thinking this dough would make great little donuts!

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  5. Made one batch, divided and cooked them 3 ways: airfryer, oven and oil. Definitely will make again using the oil technique. With the airfryer and oven methods the coconut flavor comes thru more than I would like; when fried in oil the taste and texture were by far the best and closest the a real french fry. Thank you for the receipe!

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  6. I never comment on recipes but these are the bomb! I got twice as many fries, fried half and baked half. Frying definitely won…thank you so much!

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    • It is all mentioned in the recipe card with Print Out Option: 1 cup (100g), Almond Flour
      1/2 Cup (50g), Coconut Flour
      6 tsp(20g), Xanthan Gum
      1 Cup (210ml) boiling water
      Salt & Pepper

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  7. I saw the recipe and thought 6 teaspoons of xanthan gum?? I HATE xanthan gum. It’s slimy and weird but I was desperate. Holy cow are these good. After frying,I can’t taste the xanthan gum OR the coconut flour (which I am not fond of either). GREAT JOB #lowcarb_nocarb. You have a clear winner!

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  8. Can’t wait to try….. I have a question though. Do you use new oil every time or do you save the oil to use for frying again? Thanks!

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    • Dear Becky, I hardly ever fry, so for me, it is a yes, every time I use a new oil. But as I remember when I was a kid, people just got the oil to run through thieve or cheesecloth and used it again.

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  9. Amazing! Great texture and was so fun to make, added a smidge to much water but just took a lil extra time to cut them, totally worth it. The way I Seasoned it Made it taste like amazing Breading, kind of felt like chicken Tenders <3 so excited to do a Dessert Version ?

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  10. I noticed someone said it was too much water in the comments. I tried this recipe tonight and I too noticed too much water. When I reread the list of ingredients I saw right away that 1 cup of water for North America is 250ml not 210ml as stated, so we should have put less than 1 cup. This is not the first time I see this. I had the same problems with Ketoserts’ recipes on YT.
    Aside from that, I did make 36 pieces and my non-Keto husband ate 12 of them. I only had 6 because I wasn’t hungry after my hamburger and cheese with broccoli and cauliflower. Really tastes like potatoes. Cooks a batch in less than 3 minutes on the stove in a skillet with oil.

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    • I am so so happy you and your husband liked them. They are really something delicious.
      With regards to cups, I know there are different measurements in every part of the word. I personally measure everything in grams as those are the precise wherever you are. I do try to state grams next to almost everything.

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  11. I was interested in learning about this recipe but was so sad to learn it has xanthan gum in it. I have a sensitivity to xanthan gum that upsets my digestive system. Is there anything I can substitute for it or leave it out altogether? Or am I just doomed to not enjoy keto fries?!
    Thanks!

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    • Yes, you are right Linda, 10 pieces are one serving. But this is very approximate as everyone rolls the dough a bit differently, cuts them thinner or thicker as well as the length of each fries. So take that as approximate.

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  12. I just made them in the oven… I don’t think it is an option. Very dry and dull… The dough was very sticky and impossible to roll. Pity it didn’t work for us… Great to see for many it did work!

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  13. These were soooooo good! I’ve made these with only almond flour in the air fryer before and found them a little dry, but this recipe deep fried is just wonderful! A bit sticky and fiddly to get the cut dough into the pan but worth the effort!

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    • Yeah, That’s what I have found as well. Mixing both almond and coconut flour makes the dough much tastier as if you use just one flour. Happy you like them, Michelle.

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  14. The ad is blocking your instructions. I tried to delete the ad but now the ad white space is still blocking the instructions. I like to be able to see this info to decide if I want to print it out. And a lot of times, the ads print too. Frustrating.

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    • I would keep it in the fridge for maximum of 3-4 days. Not longer, as it is freshly made. What works really great is freezing the dough. You can split it into smaller portions, or prepare fries into their shapes and let if freeze like you normally would with an ordinary french fries.

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  15. OH MY GOSH! Just made these for the second time and they are delish and turned out beautifully! I’m thinking this might be a good recipe for other deep fried foods – I plan on experimenting with this recipe. Thanks SO much! They are a hit with my family.

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  16. These really are as good as everyone says! They really do remind me of the battered fries and without any flavoring taste just like French fries. I have tried another recipe with coconut flour only and it was very bland so I was skeptical going in. I brushed them lightly with almond oil and used the air fryer to cook them at 400 degrees. I checked them every 3-4 minutes, turning them each time. They do puff up as the recipe states. I cut the recipe in half to 2 servings. They are very filling and I am planning to heat the leftovers in the air fryer tomorrow. I made a fry sauce from 14 g mayo (homemade) and 15 g of Heinz No Sugar Added ketchup. Yum! Thank for sharing.

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