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Flaxseed muffin in a mug low carbFlax seed muffin in a mug are delicious easy low carb single serve muffin cooked in 1 minutes 30 seconds in your microwave. It is healthy grain free muffins made with coconut oil, eggs, flax seed meal and flavored with a hint of vanilla, raspberries and sugar free chocolate chips.

Flaxseed muffin in a mug – Single serve muffin ready in 5 minutes !

Are you sometimes craving a good bakery style muffin ? I do and I like to fix my food craving very quickly. That is how I created this simple flaxseed muffin in a mug recipe. It is a very healthy recipe made of few simple low carb ingredients. I baked my muffin in my microwave for a even faster result BUT you can bake yours in a regular oven if you like. It simply takes a bit longer that is why I recommend to cook yours in a mug in the microwave if you crave something sweet now!

Flaxseed muffin in a mug keto

So, this is what you need to make a delicious bakery style flaxseed muffin in a mug:

  • Flaxseed meal – flaxseed is high in fiber and omega 3, plus it is very low carb so a great flour base to create healthy low carb muffins
  • Coconut oil – you can use any vegetable oil in this recipe but coconut oil is an healthy oil full of anti fungal and antibacterial properties without saying that the flavor it adds is bomb!
  • Vanilla extract
  • Cinnamon
  • Egg – don’t replace the egg in this recipe it won’t work ! Trust me I tried and there is no great egg free option for this recipe.
  • Baking powder – or 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • Sugar free crystal sweetener – my favorite sweetener is this one, it is a natural sugar free sweetener, a combo of  erythritol and stevia
  • Raspberries – optional, you can simply make the recipe without fruits or use blueberries, lemon zest or orange zest to add healthy low carb flavors
  • Sugar free chocolate chips – optional you can replace this by any kind of chopped nuts like walnuts, almonds or pecan.

Watch the recipe video and make them now !

 

Grab n’ go 5 minute Muffin

YES! you can make those quick flaxseed muffin in a mug as a delicious on the go breakfast! My technique is pretty easy. I am adding a muffin paper cup into my mug. After it cool down for 2 minutes you can easily unmold your muffin, have it on the go !

Flaxseed muffin in a mug low carb

Taste like bakery style muffin

It is a moist bakery style muffin filled with raspberries and melted sugar free chocolate chips. You won’t believe this recipe is sugar free contains only 3 g net carbs .It is a perfect post work out muffin loaded with 12g protein. This will keep you full until your next meal with no doubt!

Flaxseed muffin in a mug low carb

Oven or microwave ?

I love to bake my flaxseed muffin into a mug in the microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds. However, you can also use your oven, simply make sure you are using a oven proof ramekin or muffin tray. Bake your recipe at 180 C (350F) for about 12-15 minutes or until a skewer inserted in the middle of the muffin come out clean. You can also quadruple the recipe to make a larger batter and fill a 12 holes mini muffin tray to make small size flaxseed muffins for your week. 

Flaxseed muffin in a mug keto

Sweetashoney Carine Claudepierre

Flaxseed muffin in a mug low carb

Flaxseed muffin in a mug

Flaxseed muffin in a mug with coconut oil, eggs and flax seed meal. A delicious easy low Carb, grain free mug muffin for breakfast with a tasty cinnamon rolls flavor
Prep Time: 2 mins
Cook Time: 1 min
Total Time: 3 mins
Author: Carine
1 mug muffin
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Ingredients

Optional ingredients- Raspberry Chocolate Chip Flax Muffin

Instructions

  • In a bowl, whisk egg, oil and vanilla together. Set aside.
  • Stir in the dry ingredients: flax meal, baking powder, cinnamon and sugar free sweetener. 
  • Stir in the optional ingredients, raspberries and chocolate chips are my favorite.
  • Transfer into a mug - mine was 2.5 inches height that is the minimum required to avoid the muffin to overflow. 
  • Microwave on high for 1 minute 30 seconds. 
  • Wait 1 minute before eating to avoid burning yourself.
Sweetener: you can also use stevia drops, adjust regarding taste usually 1-2 drops are enough. 
Flavors idea: other delicious flavors are blueberries/lemon zest, walnuts and orange zest, sugar free chocolate chips
Nutrition Facts
Flaxseed muffin in a mug
Amount Per Serving (1 mug cake)
Calories 283 Calories from Fat 197
% Daily Value*
Fat 21.9g34%
Carbohydrates 11.7g4%
Fiber 8.7g36%
Sugar 0.2g0%
Protein 11.8g24%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutrition panel is for one flaxseed muffin in a mug without the optional ingredients.

Flaxseed muffin in a mug
Flaxseed muffin in a mug low carb paleo keto
Flaxseed muffin in a mug low carb paleo keto

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    32 comments

  1. I’m not doing keto, but I use flaxmeal for fiber, so the recipe looked interesting. I tried it with egg white only and substituted the oil for one teaspoon water, and it turned out great with less fat, for those who don’t need the extra. Thanks for posting. I’m going to try those avocado peanut butter chocolate cookies next.

    • This is so clever! I never thought about that it is such a great idea to have those muffins on hands for snack time. Talk to you soon, XOXO Carine

    • Yes you can grind whole flaxseed into meal in a blender but you need a very powerful blender ! If yours is not powerful enough the meal is too thick and it doesn’t absorb liquid as well. You can easily buy flax meal from the store, it is cheap and it is usually the same price as flaxseed. Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.

    • Not really, like any food baked in the microwave it must be eaten within 30 minutes or the texture harden. You can also bake this recipe in the oven and it will last 4 days. Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • I am so happy you find my blog. I love flaxseed too and I have got few good recipe using flax meal, you should try my flaxseed wraps too. Enjoy the recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine


  2. These are amazing! I made blueberry for hubby to replace the Flax4Life he was using (they have cane sugar :() And he loves them! Thank you!


  3. Love the recipe! Made as is the 1st time as is & loved it. Just made it with half almond flour & half flax. Added almond & lemon extracts, poppy seeds & raspberries. Cooked in microwave, cut in half & toasted with cream cheese. Yum! Thank you for this wonderful keto breakfast treat.

    • What a lovely idea! I will give it a try next time, I love lemon and poppy seed combo too! Enjoy the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.


  4. I’m so glad I found your blog…and have you based in NZ like me. I got Gestational Diabetes with my first child that did not go away. I have been Type 2 for 10yrs now and have gotten used to either going without treats, or feeling guilty when I eat something I probably shouldn’t! Since finding your blog over the weekend, I’ve tried 5 of your recipes. This one is my current favourite! I love cooking with flax meal as it’s so cheap and easy to make your own. Any chance of developing a flaxmeal scone recipe? I haven’t been able to find one online yet!
    Thank you so much for this blog and creating diabetic friendly recipes that use simple ingredients. I’m excited to bake again and not feel guilty for eating it!!

    • Hello from Auckland ! Thanks for this lovely comments, I can’t believe you already made 5 recipes from the blog, that is so amazing. I love baking and I struggled with pre diabetes after baby 1. This blog is about sharing my healthy baking option to enjoy some bread and desserts without impact my blood sugar level too much. It makes me very happy that those simple recipes helps you too. I will think about that flax meal scone recipe, great idea. I recommend you try the flaxseed mug cake, it is very simple, cheap and a delicious fulfilling breakfast or dessert when you need to fix your sweet craving in a minute! Enjoy the blog. Talk to you soon, XOXO, Carine.


  5. Wow I loved it! Going to try it again with blueberries. Getting ready to go on a plane and this is perfect to take with me as it is an early flight. Thank you so very much for sharing your wonderful recipes with us!

    • It is a pleasure! Thanks to you for trying my recipes. I am so happy you enjoyed those muffins, so easy to take away! Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.

    • Thank you so much for this lovely feedback and giving a go to those simple muffin. It makes me very happy to read you today. Have a lovely time on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • Hello! I am so happy you enjoy this mug muffin as well. This is my go to muffin for busy mornings or simply if I crave muffin in the afternoon. I do have a 12 batch recipes, just need time to sit, and share it here. It will come at some point I promise! For now, I can recommend my almond flour blueberry muffins – keto and sugar free as well. I hope you will find very tasty low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

  6. Hi! What are the nutritional facts? The recipe says fact are based on the non optional items, but I don’t see them listed. Thanks!

    • I am sorry for the nutrition panel not displaying. It was a plugin issue and it is all fixed now. You will access to the full nutrition data by now. Enjoy the mug muffin recipe and all the low carb recipes on the blog. XOXO Carine.

    • oui bien sur, ce ne sera plus bas en glucide ou sans sucre ou ketogenic mais ce sera tres bon et ca reste une solution non raffinee, plus saine que le sucre blanc. Bon choix! Eassyer peut etre 2 tablespoons pour un gout aussi intense. Merci de me lire et donnez en moi des nouvelles. A bientot, Carine.


  7. Perfect breakfast option or really anytime! I made one with frozen cherries and chocolate chips. I’m seriously amazed at how easy, nutritious and delicious this recipe is. I didn’t add a sweetener but I did spread butter on the baked muffin. Thanks for creating and sharing this awesome recipe. 5 stars for sure! Cardamom and cinnamon would have been good with the cherries. Or even a savory option with finely choppped vegetables.

    • WOW! I am surprised that you already made it 🙂 This is so amazing to have you on the blog, testing my recipes and adding such great ideas ! I didn’t try the savory version but that is a delicious idea ! Thanks again for your lovely comment and thanks to YOU for being there, testing my creation and sharing your feedback! Enjoy the blog recipes. XOXO Carine.

        • Sure! I d this all the time, make sure you add a large amount of flaxseed to cover the blade, blend 30 seconds, open, mix with a spatula and repeat until thin enough. Then store you flaxseed meal in a airtight box for months in the pantry. You can look at my flaxseed wrap recipe video HERE you will see how I blend my seeds. Enjoy the recipe. XOXO Carine.