Football season is in full swing and nothing goes better with football Sundays than snacking. It can be the downfall of many people when there are tempting snacks around the house. I think it’s important to find a variety of snacks that are easy to make and can be your go-to treats on days when you feel like grazing. For some of us, eating our feelings is the only way to cope with our football team’s current record, so it’s a good idea to prepare low carb snacks that will help keep you on track. I have some wonderful ketogenic dip recipes on my blog that I love to make for the ultimate snack, but today’s cheddar bites are going to be a touchdown at your next gathering. Not only do they make a great snack, these would be wonderful with a spaghetti squash or zoodle recipe for dinner as well.
I cracked the eggs into a mixing bowl, added salt and pepper, and beat them with a whisk. I added all three cheeses, the almond flour, a little garlic powder, and some parsley flakes to the eggs and stirred everything together until a dough formed.
I separated the dough into 8 sections and then rolled each of them into a ball. I lined a baking sheet with parchment paper and baked the bites for 14 minutes until golden brown and slightly crisp on the outside. And that’s it! It’s so easy to make yet tastes delicious. They are dense and cheesy and full of flavor. I love how quickly you can throw these together before dinner or as a snack. You could easily play with flavor variations, using chopped fresh garlic (for a few more carbs) or pepper jack, goat, or blue cheeses. The possibilities are endless!