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Carl Franklin’s Famous Keto Rye Hoagies (Don’t Miss this 2 Keto Dudes & Fox Hill Kitchens Collab!)

Carl Franklin’s Keto Rye Hoagies are so easy to make, and so delicious! Oh and did we mention it’s low carb, gluten free, and zero sugar?

Carl Franklin of 2 Keto Dudes is an amazing friend of ours here at Fox Hill Kitchens. Carl quickly fell in love with Fox Hill Kitchens All Purpose Bread Mix after switching to a keto friendly lifestyle in 2016 to control his Type 2 Diabetes and obesity. As an amazing chef, he played around with our mix and added his own twist to make a “rye” hoagie!

Learn how to make Carl Franklin’s Keto Rye Hoagies below!

Measure Your Ingredients for Carl Franklin's Keto Rye Hoagies

Many of you may be wondering how we can even use the word rye surrounding anything gluten free. The secret is caraway seeds! They give the mix a rye-like flavor without any rye at all! 

For this Keto Rye Hoagies recipe you will need:

  • 1 bag Fox Hill Kitchens All Purpose Bread Mix
  • 1 1/2 cups cool water
  • 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup avocado oil (or other preferred oil)
  • 3/4 cup boiling water
  • 3 tbsp softened butter
  • 2 tbsp caraway seeds

Follow Instructions for All Purpose Bread mix.

When preparing the dough, add all the pre-measured ingredients, including the butter and caraway seeds, except for the boiling water, and mix well. 

Add boiling water and mix well until the dough is smooth and even. The mix can be done by hand, in a stand mixer, or a food processor. When in doubt, mix longer it will not damage the dough.

keto rye hoagies baked

Shape into 3 baguettes

Immediately, divide dough into 3 baguettes, roughly 8 inches long. 

If you are new to baking, using plastic wrap (or we suggest a natural alternative) can make it easier to roll the dough to the desired shape and length. 

Let Keto Rye Hoagies Rise

Now that the dough is shaped, let the keto rye hoagies rise for 3 to 4 hours. 

Note: during the rising process, at 4 hours of rising, dough will be at 0 sugars. If your space is on the cool side and you don’t notice much rise, it is perfectly fine to let it go a little longer. 

Bake & Enjoy Your Keto Rye Hoagies!

Bake Keto Rye Hoagies in preheated oven at 335℉, 315℉ convection, for a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Let cool and make whatever desired sandwich you crave! Remember to share your photos with us on Instagram and Facebook @foxhillkitchens as well as @2ketodudes!

keto rye hoagies baked

Recipe:

Carl Franklin's Rye Hoagies

Makes 3 absolutely delicious rye hoagies
Prep Time3 hrs
Active Time1 hr 30 mins

Materials

  • 1 bag  All Purpose Bread Mix
  • 1 1/2 cups cool water
  • 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup avocado oil (or other)
  • 3/4 cup boiling water
  • 3 tbsp softened butter
  • 2 tbsp caraway seeds

Instructions

  • Follow the original recipe adding the 3 tablespoons of softened butter and 2 tablespoons of caraway seeds.
  • Shape into 3 baguettes roughly 8 inches long
  • Let the baguettes rise for 3-4 hours
  • Bake in preheated oven at 335℉ (315℉ convection) for 1 hour and 30 minutes
  • Let cool, and enjoy

Notes

During the rising process, at 4 hours of rising, dough will be at 0 sugars 
If your space is on the cool side and you don’t notice much rise, it is perfectly fine to let it go a little longer. 
 

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