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Keto Baked Beans Recipe

Updated: Nov 24, 2019


Baked bean are a BBQ staple, but I have never been able to find a keto friendly recipe. That's when I decided to make my own. This recipe will give you the delicious baked beans that you have been craving, without knocking you out of ketosis. They are sweet, syrupy, and absolutely delicious.


I've had a TON of request for this recipe, but was hesitant to release it because of its use of the soybean. After much thought, I decided to release it anyway because there is in fact nothing about a black soybean that will knock you out of ketosis. If you avoid them for inflammation or hormonal reasons, then I totally get it. If not, then enjoy the recipe!

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Bake Time: 60-90 minutes


Servings: 4 (about a half cup)

Macros Per Serving:


Calories: 335

Fat 22g

Protein: 22g

Total Carbs: 10g

Net Carbs: 3g

Ingredients:

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Let's Do This:

  1. Preheat oven to 325F.

  2. Add bacon to a pan over medium heat and cook until crispy.

  3. Once crispy, remove bacon pieces from the pan and set aside. Leave the grease in the pan.

  4. Use the bacon grease to cook the chopped onion. They should be translucent when finished.

  5. Once the onions are cooked, add salt, pepper, mustard powder, sugar-free ketchup, coconut aminos, and allulose into the pan.

  6. Mix ingredients together and bring to a brief simmer.

  7. Add drained and rinsed can of black soy beans to an 8x8 casserole dish along with the bacon pieces.

  8. Add sauce to the casserole dish and spread evenly.

  9. Cover beans with foil and bake for 60-90 minutes, checking intermittently. If the beans appear to be getting dry, add a little bit of water. This should not be necessary though.

  10. Let cool and enjoy!

How We Did It!


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