Flaxseed Muffin in a Mug
These Flaxseed Muffins in a Mug are delicious easy low-carb single-serve muffins cooked in 1 minute 30 seconds in your microwave.
It’s healthy grain-free muffins made with coconut oil, eggs, flaxseed meal and flavored with a hint of vanilla, raspberries, and sugar-free chocolate chips.
What’s A Flaxseed Muffin?
A flaxseed muffin is similar to a classic muffin, but the batter is made with ground flaxseed instead of other flours.
Flaxseed is one of the flours with the lowest net carbs because it contains a huge amount of fiber.
As a result, flaxseed muffins are lower in carbs than regular muffins but still taste great!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
This Flaxseed Muffin is amazingly tasty and it’s also
- Ready In Under 5 Minutes
How To Make Flaxseed Muffin In A Mug
Are you sometimes craving a good bakery-style muffin? I do, and I like to fix my food craving very quickly.
That’s how I created this simple flaxseed muffin in a mug recipe. It’s a very healthy recipe made of a few simple low-carb ingredients.
I baked my muffin in my microwave for an even faster result, but you can bake yours in a regular oven if you like. It simply takes a bit longer.
That’s why I recommend cooking yours in a mug in the microwave if you crave something sweet now!
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. It’s also 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 a healthy oil full of antifungal and antibacterial properties without saying that the flavor it adds is the best!
- Vanilla extract
- Egg – don’t replace the egg in this recipe. It won’t work! Trust me, I tried, and there’s 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’s a natural sugar-free sweetener, a combo of erythritol and stevia. Check out my review of keto-friendly sweeteners to learn more!
- 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 with any kind of chopped nuts like walnuts, almonds, or pecan. If you don’t have chocolate chips, you can make your own sugar-free chocolate chips.
Yes, you can make these quick flaxseed muffins 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 cools down for 2 minutes, you can easily unmold your muffin, and have it on the go!
Bakery-Style Flaxseed Muffins
It’s a moist bakery-style muffin filled with raspberries and melted sugar-free chocolate chips. You won’t believe this recipe is sugar-free and contains only 3 grams of net carbs.
It’s a perfect post-workout muffin loaded with 12 grams of protein. This will keep you full until your next meal without a doubt!
Baking Flaxseed Muffins In Oven Or Microwave
I love to bake my flaxseed muffin in a mug in the microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds.
However, you can also use your oven. Simply make sure you are using an ovenproof ramekin or muffin tray.
Bake your recipe at 350°F (180°C) 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-hole mini muffin tray to make small-size flaxseed muffins for your week.
More Keto Mug Cakes
Mug cakes are the best keto snacks to fix your sweet tooth with taste while staying in ketosis.
If you are not a big fan of flaxseed meal, you may love these other keto mug cake recipes using either almond flour or coconut flour.
Flaxseed Muffin in a Mug
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