Crab Cakes

This recipe is simple, delicious, and snacky enough to almost feel like you shouldn’t have it… Let alone have it be Keto friendly!

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30 g


8 G


31.3 G



Calories: 442cals
Fat: 31.3g
Carbs: 8g
Fiber: 5g
Net Carbs: 3g
Protein: 30


Per Serving

1 lb Lump Crab Meat
1 large Egg
6 tbsp Coconut flour
3 tbsp mayonnaise
1 tsp spicy brown mustard Can be subbed for yellow mustard
1/4 tsp green chili tabasco sauce Can be subbed for regular Tabasco
1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1
1/2 tbsp parsley (fresh, optional) 4 tbsp Butter

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Put crab meat in a colander to let out any excess water (we patted ours dry) and set aside. Combine mayo, mustard, Tabasco sauce, egg, salt and pepper. Fold in the crab meat until fully coated. Slowly add in flour while mixing by hand. Once fully incorporated fold in the fresh parsley.

Form six uniform patties from the mixture. Heat a skillet to medium-low and add 2 tbsp of butter ( we used 2 tbsp for three patties – feel free to use less if desired). Place as many patties as can comfortably fit in the pan (remember you want to be able to flip them!)

Flip after about 10-12 minutes (the side facing down should be browned). Repeat until all patties are fully cooked. We topped ours with more Tabasco sauce before enjoying!

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  1. Have tried for a couple weeks to download the free cookbook. There’s always an error that occurs on the download. Please fix so we can enjoy it.

  2. Cecilia warfield

    I work night shift 12hr 3 or for nights out of the week and may have one or two days off. It is hard not to just grab and go or snak all night to stay up so this is my big thing. I have been on the night shoft for 18years and diets dont work that well with my life so i hope this will do to its a life changing not a diet.

    • Hi Cecilia! I completely understand the struggle. When you’ve got a long shift and a busy lifestyle, it can be an extreme challenge to plan meals opposed to grabbing whatever is quick. My biggest suggestion would be to meal prep. If you would like a custom meal prep plan, please reply to this comment with your food preferences, as well as your macros, and I would be happy to email you a plan!

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