If you love cream of wheat, oatmeal, or other hot cereal or porridge, you’ll LOVE this keto rommegrot, a keto porridge recipe. It’s super easy and quick to make, plus it tastes like having dessert for breakfast!

Make this keto porridge recipe your go-to keto noatmeal of choice!

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If you love cream of wheat, oatmeal, or other hot cereals or porridges, you'll LOVE this keto rommegrot, a keto porridge recipe. It's super easy and quick to make, plus it tastes like having dessert for breakfast!

Skip the oatmeal on keto and go for almond flour keto “noatmeal”!

Oats may be generally considered NOT keto-friendly, but that doesn’t mean you have to skip what warm bowl of filling morning comfort!

This is why “noatmeal” was created. It’s exactly like it sounds. It’s “oatmeal” without the oats and can be made a LOT of ways, but is almost always grain free.

And try this super easy Chia Flax Noatmeal Creme Brulee–you can make it in the oven or Instant Pot!

This keto “noatmeal” is made from almond flour, so you get the health benefits of almonds, plus protein to keep you full all morning! Truly, this is one of the most filling breakfasts I’ve eaten.

Keto Rommegrot Porridge

Norwegian Sour Cream Porridge, Explained

Rommegrot is a Norwegian traditional porridge made from sour cream and wheat flour.

When finished cooking, rommegrot is topped with a giant pat of butter and sprinkles of cinnamon and is richly satisfying.

Keto Porridge Recipe

You’ll likely see this delicious breakfast at Norwegian cultural fairs as a breakfast or dessert treat (a.k.a. Norwegian cream pudding). Another variation of rommegrot is called flotgrot.

You may also like this Chocolate Low Carb Oatmeal, Chunky Monkey Noatmeal, or Hot Keto Cereal.

More Keto Breakfast Recipes you’ll love! Try this Keto Breakfast Bowl with arugula, egg, and caramelized onion and mushroom. Or try our copycat Jamba Juice Keto Green Smoothie with Spinach!

Keto Rommegrot: Keto Porridge Recipe FAQs

What does low carb rommegrot taste like?

Just like cream of wheat, with a bit of a flavorful tang from the sour cream–just enough to not be overpowering, but enough to make it not taste plain!

Is this a gluten free rommegrot noatmeal?

Yes! This is a completely gluten free porridge as there are no grains or grain products whatsoever in this hot cereal.

Konjac root as a keto thickener (glucomannan powder)?

Yes! Konjac root is the tuber of a mushroom that grows in parts of Asia. It’s such a great thickener that it’s even used as a gelatin substitute.

Because konjac root powder is grain free and zero net carbs, it’s perfect for the keto diet. It’s also thought to aid in weight loss.

Get a bag of glucomannan konjac powder and start experimenting!

Love brunch, too? Try these Keto Brunch Ideas!

Keto Porridge

Keto Porridge Recipe–Let’s get cooking!

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Keto Rommegrot (Keto Porridge Recipe)

Keto Rommegrot (Keto Porridge Recipe)

Yield: 4-6 servings (3 1/2 cups total)
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes

Keto rommegrot is a Norwegian sour cream porridge that's been made gluten free and low carb for the keto diet. If you need a keto cream of wheat replacement, this is the keto porridge recipe you've been waiting for!

Instructions

  1. Add almond flour, sweetener, konjac powder, cinnamon, and salt to a small pot on the stove. Keto Porridge Dry Ingredients
  2. Whisk till combined. Keto Norwegian porridge whisk dry ingredients
  3. Add the remaining ingredients and whisk. Keto porridge add wet ingredients
  4. Bring to a boil while whisking. Turn down to a simmer and continue to whisk for about 10 minutes or until the porridge reaches your desired thickness. keto porridge recipe simmer ingredients
  5. Divide among 4-6 bowls and top with 1/2 tablespoon butter and extra cinnamon if desired.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Serving Size: About 3/4 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 514Total Fat: 40 gCarbohydrates: 13 gNet Carbohydrates: 4 gProtein: 7 g
If you love cream of wheat, oatmeal, or other hot cereals or porridges, you'll LOVE this keto rommegrot, a keto porridge recipe. It's super easy and quick to make, plus it tastes like having dessert for breakfast!

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10 Comments

  1. Kathie Elia May 2, 2020 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    I miss my Cream of Wheat! what can I sub for the konjac powder?

    • Jenn May 3, 2020 at 8:00 pm - Reply

      I’ve been meaning to experiment with xanthan gum for this recipe, but I haven’t yet. If you do, let me know! I love konjac root, though. There are claims it helps with weight loss, but I have no idea if those are founded or not.

  2. Debbie Hart May 12, 2020 at 1:17 am - Reply

    Can you freeze this recipe or divide the ingredients for 1 portion?

    • Jenn May 12, 2020 at 8:29 am - Reply

      I actually haven’t tried freezing this! You can definitely divide it, though. I’ve done it many times. Just be sure to watch it closer and whisk frequently so you don’t burn it.

  3. Elaine December 24, 2020 at 8:49 pm - Reply

    Can you make a full batch and eat it over a period of a few days if kept refrigerated?

    • Jenn January 14, 2021 at 8:56 am - Reply

      That’s a great question. I actually haven’t ever tried that before. Like regular cream of wheat, it might thicken and be lumpy, but you could always try reheating it on the stove while stirring and adding a little extra almond milk. Let me know if you try it that way!

  4. Keto Kat January 19, 2021 at 3:26 pm - Reply

    I use a tbsp of whole Psyllium Husks, 1 scoop Collagen Peptides and about 1/4 c egg whites as thickener and to up the protein

    • Jenn January 21, 2021 at 1:07 pm - Reply

      Perfect! Thanks for sharing your changes and for stopping by!

  5. Christal February 21, 2021 at 4:19 am - Reply

    Very cool to see a Norwegian recipe adapted for keto! Just an FYI for those averse or allergic to mushrooms — konjac is from a plant, Amorphophallus konjac, not a mushroom. Somewhere I have a picture of my dad standing next to the flowering structure of another member of this plant genus, Amorphophallus titanum, and it is taller than him by a couple of feet! That one emits an odor to attract flies for pollination, very much like dead shrimp. They are really interesting plants.

    • Jenn February 25, 2021 at 1:23 pm - Reply

      Wow, that’s really interesting! There are tons of images when you google it, too. I wonder why it’s advertised everywhere as a part of a mushroom. Thanks for clarifying!

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