Carnivore Biscuits | Zero Carb Biscuit Recipe

Have you ever seen such a beautiful sight? These zero carb biscuits are bumpin' - completely carnivore and can be made in 4 different variations for whatever you're craving. They're a great carnivore keto snack, and these biscuits are low carb and high protein, and to make them more appropriate for the keto diet, you can add back in fat, such as cheese, egg yolk, or butter.

carnivore biscuits

We share how to make a low carb cheesey bacon biscuit, everything biscuit, sweet biscuit, & "egg couch" biscuit - yes, it is a thing.

These carnivore keto biscuits are light, fluffy, & contain only 1 main ingredient, in addition to the ingredients in whichever flavor versions you make.

As far as consistency goes, these biscuits have a very light and fluffy texture, similar to a croissant or angel food cake. Speaking of, have you tried the angel food cake variation of this recipe? You can find that here.

And nutrition wise, these biscuits are purely protein, plus the nutrition of whatever toppings you choose to use.

Hope you enjoy!

Ingredients: base recipe

  • 150g egg whites

  • 1/4 tsp cream of tartar (technically optional)*

  • Redmond real salt

For cheesey bacon biscuits:

  • Bacon

  • Shredded cheese

For "everything" biscuits:

  • Everything seasoning (typically includes sesame seeds, poppy seeds, garlic, sea salt, & onion)

For sweet carnivore biscuits:

  • Pure glycine powder**

For "egg couches":

  • Raw egg yolk

*Cream of tartar is a byproduct of wine production, you technically do not have to include this, but cream of tartar does help "floof" up the egg whites, allowing for stiff peaks to form and for the whites to maintain a fluffy consistency.

**Using pure glycine powder to sweeten the biscuits will keep these biscuits full carnivore. Alternatively, you could use stevia powder or monk fruit extract to sweeten and keep these biscuits zero carb.


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F

  2. Measure out egg whites in a dry bowl (ideally a stand mixer)

  3. Add cream of tartar (if using) and whip the egg whites (using stand mixer or manually with a hand mixer - a lot more difficult and doesn't get as stiff - until "stiff peaks" form

  4. Line baking sheet with parchment paper

  5. Spoon fluffed egg white mixture onto baking dish and form into a biscuit shape

  6. Bake in oven for 15-20 minutes, until golden at the top

View the video below for instructions on how to make all the different variations.

Macros for entire recipe: depends on how much egg whites and what toppings you are using, but for the base recipe, it is roughly 20g protein, 0g carbs, 0g fats.

In the video below, we demonstrate the entire recipe and show the final product. Check it out!

You may enjoy these other carnivore keto recipes:

Carnivore ice cream Carnivore waffles Carnivore angel food cake Carnivore egg souffle Carnivore corn dog muffins