Pumpkin Cream Cheese Filled Keto “Twinkie” – only 2g net carbs!

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Filled Keto “Twinkie” – only 2g net carbs!


hey there it’s Steve from SeriousKeto
and in this video we are gonna make a keto cream cheese filled pumpkin Twinkie
but before we do that I need your help when I reviewed the smart planet corndog
maker my comment section was pretty much a brainstorming session for ideas for
recipes for which we could use this thing and I got enough ideas and
suggestions that we’re gonna be able to knock out a recipe probably every week
at least through the end of the year alternating between sweet and savory and
here’s where I need your help what do we call these things this is like the same
sort of pressure the person who invented the chaffle probably went through is that
a chaffle is it a kwaffle what do we call this thing so is this a Winkie is it a
keto-inkie is it a kwinkie what do we call it if you’ve got an idea put it
down in the comments it would be great if we could come up with something
together otherwise it’s probably just gonna be
the kwinkie but enough about that let’s make these things we’re gonna start by
taking a brick of cream cheese and we’re gonna slice off three ounces we’re then
going to cut this into six sticks then we’ll pop these into the freezer
while we make our batter for this recipe we’ll be using my new standard for
creating any sort of a batter which we’ll be using either a little food
processor or if you’ve got a blender or a nutribullet that works out just as
well we start with one tablespoon of almond
flour one tablespoon of coconut flour 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella 2 teaspoons
of granular sweetener I’m using Boca sweet you can also use swerve
I prefer Boca sweet quarter teaspoon of ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon of baking
powder and a pinch of salt then we’ll pulse this until it’s the consistency of
bread crumbs I find about six to eight pulses gets us there next we’ll add four
tablespoons of my Akito pumpkin pie filling which I will link to right there two large eggs a tablespoon of sour
cream and about 40 drops or a third of a teaspoon of liquid stevia we’ll process
this until we have a smooth batter then a trick that I like to use is to
either transfer the batter into a piping bag or you just use a sandwich bag remove the bag as much air out as you
can seal it cut off a corner then we’ll set this aside with the hole we cut on
the top so it doesn’t leak out while we heat up our corndog maker fill each of the cavities about 2/3 of
the way full then we’ll add the cream cheese pushing
down so the batter comes up around the edges and then pipes more filling on top
of the cream cheese and close the lid after about seven or
eight minutes when you see the steam die down pop them out but don’t worry about overfilling
because the amount of batter is pretty much just right I was a little bit timid
on how much I filled up a couple of these and thus they didn’t brown all the
way on the top and then we’ll let these cool for at least 10 minutes
they’ve been cooling for about 15 minutes let’s give them a taste hmm
check this out nice and cakey yet that cream cheese in there still a little
warm this is another treat you can give your non keto friends and family members
and you might just convert them to keto as a matter of fact let’s give them a
try with my daughter all right here you go thank you very good I’m not much of a pumpkin
person I’m really not but I do like these and I also like the black of the
cream cheese better which I know instead of like frosting English yeah and
instead of yeah it’s definitely better with the you froze it right yeah
definitely the way to go so don’t skimp out on that step you guys cuz it’s the
way to go so if you enjoyed this video and would like to see more like this hit
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90 thoughts on “Pumpkin Cream Cheese Filled Keto “Twinkie” – only 2g net carbs!

  1. Since they are 1/2 size corn dogs, I’ve been thinking of them as puppies. Haha. Snack puppies would be an option.

    Or thinking along the lines of the mozzarella sticks- they could be Keto sticks.

    They don’t have the same sound as Chaffles, but it is an accurate name.

  2. YEA !!!!! Great Recipe! And you Finely did it ! Said like and subscribe at the end !!! Your really making me want a machine! If I do I’ll buy it through your link ! That is IF There Not All Sold Out Already !!!! 🌻

  3. I'm thinking a pesto chaffle! Also looking to make a chaffle version of Avocado toast. IMHO Chaffle is an awful name. I call them KETO waffles.

  4. I googled corndog and came up with "carney" as a slang word for it. Pumpkin Cheese Carney? I'll keep thinking.! Your daughter sounded exactly like you when she said, "definitely the way to go." Your mini me! 🙂 Another great recipe idea, thank you!

  5. They look great and would be a morning hit at my house.
    But my favorite Twinkie is the Texas Twinkie.
    A Brisket stuffed Jalapeño wrapped in Bacon.
    Can we stuff that in the corn dog maker? 🤠

  6. GOOD MORNING! STEVE,,,,NOW you went and done it, did it! LOL. 🎃 Lover here….You HAD me at "Pumpkin" this morning….SO, NOW,,I HAVE to have a Smart Planet Corn Dog Maker. LOL. I can justify it now, Haha. Hey, what can I tell ya, "you're a keeper"! 😍 oh, and I like Heather Sawaya's idea, calling them "Snack Puppies"….. kinda cute …. AND, puppies come in ALL flavors, (breeds) LOL. Bark Bark,,,Grrrrr. 🎃 😎M. P.S. I put my pie mix in ice cube trays, each square holds 2 Tbls of mix….I also freeze heavy cream and tomato paste that way, easy to cut a cube in half, if need be….just say'n! ALSO, Did you know, if you have run out of Confectioners sugar, you can put Granular in a coffee bean grinder, and Wa-la, you get powdered sugar….👍

  7. oh my goodness, my mouth was watering – that looked so good! Great ideas! (and btw: I STILL cannot believe you are a grandfather – Keto has definitely been your fountain of youth!)

  8. Loving the videos, can do anything English please? How about Keet dog (Keto, then the dog from corn dog 🤔🤷🏼‍♀️)

  9. Yeah, I think I have to have that gadget! I'm reorganizing my kitchen to cut out the dead wood and make room for more useful items. Thanks! 😁 And I think you're right – between these and the sausage fatty I can probably convert some family members who truly need it! 👍

  10. Hey Steve! Looks like another WINNWR, I'll be sure to let you know, if course I have the maker…thank you. I've replaced my post and pans with waffle makers.

    Hello "Daughter" thank you for your critique, especially considering you don't particularly care for pumpkin and I promise not to skip freezing the cream cheese.

  11. Check your glucose readings before and after if you choose to use Boca sweet. Some ppl report a blood sugar increase. Also, some people do get gut distress from using it.

  12. Again, Steve; Your video's are inspiration. My wife and I are busy making all these different recipes. Bacon, Canadian bacon, chaffels, candied pecans, pumpkin pie, (and the list goes on) and now were going to making pumpkin pie Twinkies. How awesome.

  13. If that yellow mug has a stain on the inside you might consider cleaning it with a little bit of Clorox, water, and a drop of dish liquid. It's driving me crazy. Or, it could just be the design.

  14. Hi Steve👋Your channel is so fun😁Pumpkin anything for me but i think the name Swinkie Twinkie says it all😉its so soft and twinkie lol.Keep on cookin Steve cant wait for your snoodles=snicker doodle👍Thanks for that presentation because delicious rules😄Your daughter resembles you so much and munches like you:))

  15. I've been hesitant on buying the corn dog maker since I'm not sure how often I'd make corn dogs but you're coming up with so many different ways to use it I'm really going to have to get one. Thanks for all the recipes and tips!
    Oh, and I like the name "Chwinkie"

  16. Hey, Steve – Would you please create an Amazon store page. (It's where you list all the tools and equipment from Amazon that you use and link us to in your videos.)
    That way everything you use is right there, in one place for us, (and we don't have to go searching through your videos to find a particular tool you used – like I had to today. 😉
    The advantage for you in creating one is that you can make money on the things we buy on your lists – win/win.
    Here's an example – https://www.amazon.com/shop/faithandflour
    ~ And thanks for your great content – please keep it coming!!!

  17. The possibilities are endless and you will be there leading the way for us! I am truly thankful! I am sure I will most likely dust mine with powdered Swerve, lol! ❤

  18. I can’t wait to try these. I resisted the corn dog maker but I have to get it now. With the holidays approaching, really need a good keto friendly recipe for Tamales. I know you can do it 😊

  19. Thank you so much for all the time, effort, and expense you put into developing all your keto recipies! Please do a mug cake or two with your daughter sometime. Thanks! !

  20. i like the simplicity of kwinke easy to figure out what it actually means. i would love any suggestions on how to make this without the corndog maker i need to cool it on my kitchen appliance purchases lol

  21. Another great recipe. I've been doing keto since mid-February…down 77 pounds. I do find myself looking for new things to try to eat that fit the lifestyle, these videos are game changers.

  22. What if you called these creations a “Tweakie?” sweet or savory Teakies can be a collage of tweaked recipes. Now I need a Tweakie maker damn you Steve. Lol

  23. This is going to be great for me. You will get all these recipes out and tried and true before I even get my Corn Dog maker. Then I will jump on the best of the best!! Thanks Steve! Awesome!

  24. I almost think I’d rather bake the Twinkie until done and then fill after it’s cooled with fluffy whipped cream cheese. Or whipped cream. More like a cream stick.
    Pumpkin anything sounds wonderful

  25. In Australia we don’t have corn dog makers suitable for home use. Call us backward or culinary deprived. I want a corn dog maker!

  26. Hey Steve I don't have a Twinkie maker yet but this the season for cranberries…Could you please do a video on Cranberry Sauce.I tried making some with Stevia didn't care for it could you please help.Thanks in advance

  27. This is off subject but do you drink wine and still lose weight on Keto? I see lots of wine at your place and I’m just curious!!

    I’ve heard some people not a problem and some say no alcohol.

  28. Cool recipe, I'm new to your channel. Love your Chaffle reviews as well . Good to see your daughter wanted to try it. I can't get my husband to try any of my KETO recipes. Oh well more for me. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

  29. What about making cream cheese frosting, shape into “logs” on a pan lined with parchment paper and freeze? Insert into batter ad cook?

  30. Can you imagine all the workers at Amazon going "wow….these corn dog makers…..they were just sitting here and now they are flying out the door"!! Better get more on order….

  31. Hi Steve, just wanted you to know: I belong to a Keto group on FB called Keto Diet Recipes Tips and Ideas. I was reading all the comments and complaints about Keto Bread. These are concerns I know you addressed in your videos so I told them about you and passed on your channel Name. You may see an increase in views. 👍

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