The Blueberry Almond muffins are a delicious easy lo carb recipe for breakfast, grain free, sugar free and keto friendly with a moist texture.
I love this low-carb sugar-free diet! Well, I am still starving sugar some days but having to bake healthy food means that my baby can eat it too. No risk for her to eat too much sugar or unhealthy fat. Tomorrow is Friday and she is at home, so it was a good time to bake these blueberry almond muffins for both of us. I hadn’t baked muffins for a while as my previous attempt used sugar and I am not allowed to eat sugar anymore. So I came up with this easy blueberry almond muffin recipe using sugar-free crystal sweetener. All you need to make these delicious moist breakfast muffins is:
I got my inspiration from regular muffins. I simply swapped regular white flour for almond meal, adjusted eggs amount and sweetened the recipe with my favorite sugar-free crystal sweetener. The result is awesome. I used lots of berries – about 1 cup of frozen blueberries – but feel free to adjust or use a combo of raspberries and blueberries. As you can see on the pictures there’s almost more berries than dough in these muffins which makes them really healthy.
I am sorry for those who don’t have kids but I have to share my girl’s story while eating these Blueberry Almond Muffins. She was so cute. She was pushing the muffins on her mouth and nose, clearly sniffing them with cute sniffing sounds! It made me laugh so loud. That’s the very reason why I am baking and cooking, to see people around me happy. And she definitely knows how to thank me for my work even if she is not talking yet. Obviously she can’t wait Friday to try these little killers. She tested them straight away after her long day at the daycare.
And if you love low \[carb muffins I recommend you also try my flaxseed muffin in a mug! ready in only 90 seconds, this is the best option for a quick sugar fix with no sugar.
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