You will fall in LOVE with these easy low carb keto muffins – even if you’re not on the keto diet. That’s how addictively good they are!
Super Easy Keto Muffins
The recipe is quick to make and can be customized for different flavors.
They are soft and fluffy low carb muffins of dreams.
I seriously can’t stop making these things!
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It’s hard to not eat the entire batch at once, they are so good!
So far, I’ve done plain, blueberry, banana (adapted from these Banana Muffins), and of course a chocolate version.
For blueberry keto muffins, simply add a handful of blueberries right before baking. Only stir very gently, so as not to break the berries.
Other variations include adding a pinch of cinnamon or orange or lemon zest to the batter. What will you add to yours???
How To Make Keto Muffins
Gather all of the ingredients, and preheat the oven to 350 F. Grease a mini muffin tin very well so the muffins will pop right out after baking.
Stir together all of your dry ingredients so that the sweetener, baking powder, and salt are evenly incorporated. Whisk in your wet ingredients, then fill each muffin cup around 2/3 of the way full. You should get around 14-15 mini keto breakfast muffins. Bake 10 minutes on the oven center rack, then take out of the oven and let them cool another 10 minutes. Go around the sides of the muffins with a knife and pop them out.
How Do You Eat Them?
They are fantastic pretty much every way I’ve tried – plain, topped with butter spread, cream cheese, or coconut butter, with mini chocolate chips or a handful of dried fruit or shredded coconut mixed into the batter, or spread with Healthy Nutella.
The flavor and texture of these almond flour muffins are somewhat similar to corn muffins, so they are great to serve alongside savory recipes too, such as this Lentil Soup or this Cauliflower Mac And Cheese.
For Vegan Keto Muffins
While keto muffin recipes traditionally call for eggs, it turns out that making them vegan is easy! Simply use one of the numerous vegan egg substitutes on the market, such as Just, Ener-G, or this Vegan Egg, or you can also make your own flax egg.
If you go with the flax option, the muffins will look more rustic (i.e. less domed and paler in color, with flecks of flaxseed dotting the muffins), but they are definitely just as delicious!
For Low Carb & Sugar Free Muffins
To achieve the best keto muffin recipe, we’ve tested these muffins using numerous different sweeteners. (Mostly we just wanted an excuse to make more batches of muffins!) Erythritol, xylitol, and stevia all work in the recipe.
Or if you’re not on a ketogenic diet, white sugar, brown sugar, or unrefined sugar (such as coconut sugar) are also fine to use. Even if using regular sugar in these, you only need ONE tablespoon for the entire recipe!
The muffins are also free of coconut flour, heavy cream, oil, dairy, and protein powder (although I’m sure you could probably add some if you wanted to experiment), and they have less than 1 net carb per muffin.
If you try the recipe, I hope you love them as much as we do!
Adapted from this Keto Mug Cake
Keto Muffins – Just 6 Ingredients!
- 1 cup fine almond flour
- 2 tbsp powdered erythritol, or 1 tbsp sugar or stevia equivalent
- 1/4 cup milk of choice
- 1 large egg, including the vegan options listed earlier in the post or 1 flax egg
- 1/2 tbsp baking powder
- 1/4 tsp salt
- optional mini chocolate chips (or sugar free chocolate chips), crushed walnuts, pinch cinnamon, etc.
*I like this recipe best as mini muffins because they have a lighter texture, but you can definitely do regular-sized muffins if you prefer. The recipe will make 4 regular-sized muffins, so feel free to double it!
Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease a mini muffin tin very well. Combine all dry ingredients (stirring well), then stir in wet. Scoop into muffin cups, filling about 2/3 of the way up. Bake 10 minutes on the center rack (or 15 minutes for regular-sized muffins). Remove from the oven and let cool an additional 10 minutes, during which time they will continue to firm up. Carefully go around the sides of each muffin with a knife and pop out. If you try them, be sure to rate the recipe below!
More Keto Breakfast Recipes:
(Hey, why not??! With cream cheese, yogurt, and no sugar, the recipe has protein and healthy fats; and it’s certainly a healthier choice than some sugary breakfast cereals or pastries!)
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