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biltong pie with rocket

Keto, Low Carb Biltong Pie

Yields6 ServingsPrep Time15 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time55 minsCategory
This recipe is a smart way of ensuring you get your much-loved biltong satisfaction, but within the recommended 15-25% daily protein macronutrient intake. Because biltong is dehydrated (and so moreish!), sometimes we can end up ingesting too much protein which inhibits ketosis.


 1 cup Almond flour
 1 tbsp Organic butter, melted
 1 Free range egg
 100 g Sliced biltong
 ½ cup Onions, diced and fried in organic butter
 6 Olives, pitted and diced
 ½ cup Organic cream
 2 Free range eggs
 1 cup Mature cheddar cheese, grated



Mix the almond flour, melted butter and egg together.

Press down into a pie dish making sure that the crust covers the side of the dish too.

Bake at 180 degrees Celcius for 10 - 15 minutes, until just brown.

Note: this keto crust recipe can also be used for a sweet pie!

keto pie crust


Mix the sliced biltong, fried onion and olive together and place inside the pie crust.

sliced biltong


Whisk cream and eggs together.

Pour over the filling lying inside the crust.

Top with grated cheese.

Bake at 180 degrees Celcius for 30 minutes.

Note: if you would like to add variations such as friend mushrooms, this is also great (just add more cream and egg mixture to the topping).

grated cheddar


Allow to cool and garnish with fresh rocket.

Serve at room temperature with a side green salad.

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