Keto cheese roll-ups

Keto cheese roll-ups

Oh, yes. This is the fastest, simplest, most keto-lip-smacking recipe in the universe. It’s impossible to resist its savory goodness!

Keto cheese roll-ups

Oh, yes. This is the fastest, simplest, most keto-lip-smacking recipe in the universe. It’s impossible to resist its savory goodness!
USMetric
1 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 2 oz. 50 g (100 ml) cheddar cheese or provolone cheese or edam cheese, in slices
  • ½ oz. 15 g butter

Instructions

  1. Place the cheese slices on a large cutting board.
  2. Slice butter with a cheese slicer or cut really thin pieces with a knife.
  3. Cover every cheese slice with butter and roll up. Serve as a snack.

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Tip!

Cheese roll-ups are delicious as they are, but you can also add extra little add-ins. For example paprika powder, salt flakes, finely chopped parsley or other fresh herbs, all would be amazing in this!

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29 comments

  1. John
    Perfect. This is just what i have been looking for. No more vending machine junk.
  2. Hazel
    So right! NO MORE JUNK!! Cheese and other fresh unprocessed foods are health foods again (i.e., what makes you healthy instead of fat and sick.)

    70 pounds down, feel wonderfully healthy.

    Reply: #12
  3. Farooq
    Thank you folks. This site is amazing
  4. Nikki
    I do this but I use mayo and Ham slices instead of butter. Sometimes add a teeny bit of relish. Oh also wrapped in a lettuce leaf!
    Replies: #5, #10, #23
  5. Amanda
    That sounds yummy Nikki!
  6. Jen
    Lol cheese isn't fresh or unprocessed
  7. 1 comment removed
  8. Timothy
    What does the green circle with 2g mean?
    Reply: #9
  9. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Timothy!

    2 gram/carbs per serving.

    What does the green circle with 2g mean?

  10. Anna
    Ohhhh, sounds delicious!

    I do this but I use mayo and Ham slices instead of butter. Sometimes add a teeny bit of relish. Oh also wrapped in a lettuce leaf!

  11. Jörn Wichmann
    To the recipe compiler - you might like to give some thought to giving BOTH metric and USCS weights and volume. At 5:30am I'm not really in the mood in converting your quaint fluid ounces & ounces to grams and millilitres with a hungry (she thinks) cat rubbing round my shins wanting more food.
  12. Cynthia
    Lol cheese is still “processed” there’s a process in making it.
  13. MT
    Will Gouda or Swiss cheese work?
    Reply: #21
  14. 1 comment removed
  15. Yvonne
    Just had a couple of these for lunch, uesed mayo and ham instead of butter. Very filling and tasty.
    Reply: #22
  16. Geraldine Voykin
    I love the way you have set everything up on the site. It is very easy to follow.
  17. Ellen Johnson
    Regarding cheese
    The thing is even cooking is technically a form of processing or changing your food so unless you are on a raw food diet, which we are not, we are all eating food that’s been somewhat “processed”. So maybe it would be better to say we avoid all highly processed foods, Cheese is a good thing!
  18. Tom
    This would be wonderful and very filling with salmon cream cheese. I do this, with thin slices of rare roast beef covered in cold garlic or herb butter, add salt and pepper to taste and rollup for a quick snack. It makes a wonderful quick lunch item with butter fried avocado, tomato and olives.
  19. Allen M
    All of these suggestions, feedback and recipes are absolutely amazing!
  20. Sonia
    I was so full after consuming both cheese rolls.Good idea using
    Ham or a flavoured cream cheese.This is great!
  21. Steve H.
    Ummm....if you like gouda or swiss, then why wouldn't it "work"? Why do people always ask this question reguarding recipes? If you want to change out one thing for another, then do it. If you don't like onions, don't add onions. People wake up!

    Will Gouda or Swiss cheese work?

  22. Steve H.
    So you had a sandwhich...without the bread. Very forward-thinking of you!
  23. Steve H.
    Also, I hope you're using Vegan Mayo, because regular mayo is made with egg....and this recipe is under "no eggs".
  24. Pep
    I made Swiss cheese roll-ups with thin sliced swiss cheese and chicken salad using canned chicken, so easy. With diced onion and celery, makes all salads amazing, in my opinion...And yes, two is really plenty! So delicious. I'm thinking about making a plateful of these for a gathering, since we're on the keto diet...
  25. Skye
    What kind of butter do you use?
    Reply: #26
  26. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    What kind of butter do you use?

    You can use any butter that fits your dietary and budgetary needs. There is not a specific recommendation.

  27. Roxanna
    Why there is no total calories showing in each recipy
    Reply: #28
  28. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Why there is no total calories showing in each recipy

    All of our recipes show the full nutrition information in the Nutrition+ tab under the list of ingredients.

  29. Jo
    I would also like to ask for metric quantities in the recipes please. The recipes all look wonderful, Thank you!
    Reply: #30
  30. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    I would also like to ask for metric quantities in the recipes please. The recipes all look wonderful, Thank you!

    There is a toggle on all of our recipes above the list of ingredients where you can switch from US to metric measurements. You can also adjust the number of servings you're making at any time.

  31. Bb
    Thanks for metric.

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