Fat dogs in a blanket

 
Leave it to me to run out of an ingredient.. When I just went to the store yesterday.  Hi, my name is lazy keto.  Have we met? … Well in good lazy fashion I decided to try coconut flour instead of the normal almond flour that Fat Head pizza crust calls for.  Which is what this is made from!! Go ahead.. Say it; shut up! This turned out to be a beautiful success. Even better than I had anticipated them being because I didn’t know how plyable the fat head crust would be when wrapping the hot dogs.  I do need to mention though that I did have a small amount of almond flour, but the rest was coconut.  It was meant to be! 

What you will need

1 1/2 cup mozzarella 

1/4  cup almond flour 

1/4 cup and 1 tsp coconut flour 

1 egg 

2 tbsp cream cheese, cubed. 

Make the Fat Head dough like you normally would. (Melt the cream cheese and mozzarella together in the microwave for 1 min. Stir well and then heat for another 30 secs.  Stir in egg and flours really well, mixing rapidly. Heat again for 20 seconds and stir again. Spread dough onto a baking sheet with parchment paper with wet hands [you will need to keep rewetting your hands]. Dock the dough with a fork (poke holes) and bake at 425 for 5-8 mins while popping any holes that appear). 

Now! Flaten dough with your fork and then bake for additional 3 mins. Take out and cool for a few mins before cutting the dough. I used a pizza cutter and it worked perfectly. Cut the triangle shaped just like the crescent dough comes for normal pigs in a blanket. Wrap the hot dogs and bake for 10 mins! 

  
I mean, am I dreaming right now? … Please don’t wake me up! Guys these are incredible. Seriously was exactly like eating normal dough. I am so glad I attempted it with coconut flour! 

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