These cheesy zucchini balls are delicious keto appetizers or snacks with only 1.6 grams of net carbs per serving.
Those baked keto zucchini balls are perfect snacks or appetizers with a delicious cheesy texture and garlic flavor. They are very easy to make using only a few simple ingredients:
They are delicious warm appetizers or snacks. But they become even better when dipped into homemade guacamole or sour cream.
You can also serve them cold into your kids’ lunchboxes. My kids are big fans of these and bring them to school many times per month. They dip them into my keto sugar-free ketchup recipe.
I very much inspired this recipe from my spinach balls recipe. This time I added some dried Italian herbs and garlic to the batter. The texture is very soft and cheesy inside but and crunchy on the outside, with zucchini bits all around the balls.
It takes less than 20 minutes to prepare these zucchini balls, and they freeze very well.
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As a result, they are very handy make-ahead appetizers for the holiday season or game night. Plus, you can create a large range of flavors playing with spices and cheese to surprise your guests every time!
I hope you guys enjoy this new keto appetizer recipe. If so I recommend you try the others low carb party food below to pair with the zucchini bites.
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