This low carb and keto club sandwich puff is a great finger sandwich or party appetizer! Cut into various sizes for party snacks or serve in slices for lunch. Whether you’re hosting a shower or packing a picnic, this keto club sandwich puff is the perfect finger food to serve!
With warmer weather right around the corner, I’m dreaming of picnics, pool days, and zoo trips!
Maybe you have bridal showers, baby showers, or other parties to host this Spring and are already thinking about what kind of food to serve.
Whether you’re heading out to the zoo for the day or showering a mom-to-be, finger foods are a must have.
Finger sandwiches, petit fours, and cupcakes are great, but not when you’re trying to eat keto. Of course, it’s always good to have a mix of foods for your guests but when keto is as popular as it is these days, there’s no worry when it comes to adding low carb foods to your buffet!
This recipe for a keto club sandwich puff is a low carb version of a classic Southern puff pastry finger sandwich. They’re excellent for meal prep, lunches, parties, or an easy weeknight meal!
You’re Going To Love This Keto Club Sandwich Puff
And here’s why:
- Easy to prepare
- Great for lunch boxes, meal prep, or party appetizers
- Customize with your favorite deli meats
- Simple but delicious, everyone is sure to love them
- Kid friendly
- Budget friendly
How To Make Your Own Low Carb Club Sandwich Bake
Without crescent rolls or puff pastry, you may be wondering how you can make such a dish keto friendly?
That’s easy! We use fat head dough in place of the high carb alternatives.
I like to use the same fat head variation that I do in my keto pigs in a blanket. It’s simple to prepare, lower calorie than most other fat head recipes on the internet, and puffs up nicely to mimic bread.
Simply stuff the prepared dough with a few ounces of chopped deli meat, bacon, cheese, and sugar free honey mustard, pinch it together, and bake.
It’s so stinkin’ simple but sometimes the simple recipes are the best recipes!
How To Serve Your Keto Club Sandwich Puff
As I mentioned before, this keto club sandwich recipe is great for a variety of meals or activities.
You can cut it into small bite sized squares for a party or slice it in sticks for kids’ lunches.
And, it can easily be doubled or tripled if you’re feeding a crowd.
I like to serve my keto club sandwich puffs with a fresh salad, fruit, and some sugar free honey mustard or ranch dressing on the side for dipping.
As much as I love it warm out of the oven, it’s also good served chilled (or room temperature) if you need to make it ahead of time.
All in all, this keto club sandwich is an ideal keto party food!
Ingredients and Substitutions
You may be wondering if deli meat is keto or is sugar free honey mustard hard to find?
The short answer: yes it is and no, it’s not!
Deli meat is great for a ketogenic diet. Just be sure you’re buying no sugar added deli meat and if you’re budget allows, nitrate and nitrite free. It’s easier than you may think, just read your labels and avoid unnecessary ingredients!
I really like the Boar’s Head and Applegate brands but you can always check your local deli counter for options that may be relative to where you live as deli meat brands can often be a regional item.
Costco and Trader Joe’s also carry high quality deli meats in their pre-packaged section.
As for sugar free honey mustard, I highly recommend the brand. It tastes delicious, is easy to find at most stores, and is affordable. Of course, you could swap the honey mustard with some of and it would be just as yummy!
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- Keto Pimento Cheese Jalapeño Poppers
- Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs
- Keto Broccoli Salad: dairy free, gluten free
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- 1 ounce deli ham, chopped
- 1 ounce deli turkey, chopped
- 1 ounce deli roast beef, chopped
- 2 pieces bacon, cooked and crumbled
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon sugar free honey mustard
- 1 tablespoon melted butter, optional
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
- . Place inbetween two pieces of parchment paper and roll into a thin and even rectangle.
- In a medium sized bowl, mix the remaining ingredients until well combined.
- Spread the meat mixture in an even layer onto one side of the fat head dough, making sure to leave enough room to fold the dough over it.
- Fold the sides of the fat head dough on top of the meat mixture. Fold the ends up and pinch the edges together.
- Score the top with a knife to let heat escape.
- If desired, brush the top with melted butter.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Cut into desired size. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.