Keto zucchini muffins or almond flour zucchini muffins, call them as you like, are the most delicious moist sweet breakfast muffins!
I have busy mornings these days with the kids, so these keto zucchini muffins are total lifesavers. It’s so handy to grab-n-go a muffin in the mornings with a cup of coffee. I always like my breakfast sweet and the almond flour zucchini muffins are perfect to start the day with an extra boost of greens!
Keto zucchini muffins are sweet, moist almond flour zucchini muffins. They include grated zucchini that add a delicious moist texture to the muffins while helping you reach your 5-a-day. They are perfect for breakfast on the go or as a quick snack with only 4.5g of net carbs per serve. All you need to make zucchini muffins paleo and keto are the following wholesome ingredients:
Yes, zucchini are one of the best vegetable to add to your keto diet – check out my list of keto-friendly vegetables to know more. In fact, 100 grams of zucchini contain only 2.1 grams net carbs and 17 calories. It means that you can safely eat a good amount of zucchini to add fiber and nutrient to your day and keeping your macro right. Now you probably wonder why adding zucchinis into a muffin recipe right? Well, there are two main reasons. First, zucchinis add the most delicious moist texture to muffins, cupcakes and bread.
You may have already tried my keto zucchini bread and if you loved it, you’ll love these zucchini muffins too. Next, I like to sneak extra greens into my kids lunchbox. Kids love muffins and this almond flour zucchini muffin recipe is a great one to sneak extra greens to their day. Actually, I like to use them as a zucchini cupcake base as well with a cream cheese frosting. Finally, I grow zucchinis in my garden and they grow like crazy. This recipe is great to use these extra zucchinis and make ahead some keto breakfast on the go for the next months.
Great news, this recipe is easily adaptable to a savory zucchini muffin recipe too! All you have to do to make delicious savory almond flour muffins is to make these 3 simple swaps:
The almond flour zucchini muffins freeze very well, like regular wheat muffins. In order to keep them delicious and fresh, I recommend to freeze them in an airtight box, not stacked. It’s easy to defrost the muffins at room temperature, preferably on a cooling rack for 3 hours or overnight.
I love baking with zucchini and I created a collection of delicious easy keto recipes with zucchini for you. I recommend you also have a look at my:
If you try those zucchini muffins with almond flour don’t forget to leave me a review below or share a picture with me on Instagram!
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