Wow – I’ve never actually had Hawaiian rolls before, even with wheat, but these are DELICIOUS. I was super hesitant but they turned out amazing.
My last keto bread rolls were a bit denser than these and I think the sugar substitute played a roll to give this a fluffier texture, especially when warm. You’ll notice when mixing it, it is super airy and fluffy!
The best thing to do when making these is to follow the exact measurements by grams. I say this because 2 cups of almond flour could be between 175g and 215g.. give or take a few more grams. Using cups could alter it slightly that may make these buns more dense or too little could make the dough too watery. A kitchen scale is an incredible thing and I HIGHLY recommend anyone who bakes frequently to pick one up. Even a cheap one! I got mine for €10 at Tesco.
One note I will say, I used a deep dish that was greased.. I would suggest using a deep dish, but try to line the bottom with parchment paper. I noticed my dough was slipping and flattening in the dish because of the grease but when on parchment paper it was fine.
If you are going to bake them separately and not in a dish, bake for around 15 minutes and check.
2.8 net carbs per bun.