Keto Recipes - Created Date : 13.11.2019
* You can use any keto friendly nut butter (almond butter, macadamia butter, pili nut butter, etc) or any of the flavors from Legendary Foods to make different flavors of muffins – like Apple Pie or Pecan Pie muffins instead of blueberry. ??????
* You can also get creative with add-ins like walnuts, sugar free chocolate chips or blueberries for example.
* If you use 35 grams of blueberries and make 10 muffins, they come out to about 2.5 net carbs each. I’ve doubled the blueberries (70 grams) and made 8 larger muffins at about 4 net carbs per muffin.
* I usually use 1 TBSP of Granular Swerve as the sweetener because it measures the same as sugar and leaves NO aftertaste in my low carb recipes.
If you use a different sweetener, use the equivalent to 1 TBSP of sugar.
?? I also used a liquid MCT C8/C10 oil this time instead of my usual coconut oil (which is solid and has to be melted for this recipe).
I’ve been using these FBOMB MCT Packets in my morning coffee so I had one on the counter. It turns out the packets are exactly 2 TBSP of oil – perfect!
I was just going for convenience, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover they were WAY more moist than previous batches using melted butter or regular coconut oil. ??
That plus the (extra) Swerve Brown Sugar combined made this the BEST batch of blueberry muffins I’ve ever made in my keto kitchen. Swerve Brown really enhanced the flavor and they were super moist!
Note: If you use coconut oil, you want to get organic unrefined coconut oil. No bleach or chemicals are used to “refine” the oil so it retains the natural compounds & nutrients. It’s also made from fresh coconut, where refined oil is not.
It helps if your eggs are not TOO cold, to prevent the melted butter or oil from clumping on you (not an issue with the liquid MCT oil). You definitely want your nut butter to be room temperature too.
I usually whisk my eggs first and set them aside on the counter while preparing everything else.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Stir together the first three ingredients (eggs, nut butter & oil/butter) until smooth. Add the other ingredients. Mix well. I find it easy enough to mix the ingredients by hand with a large spoon, without using a hand mixer.
If you’re adding in crushed nuts, chocolate chips or diced blueberries you’ll want to fold those in at the end. I use frozen blueberries and dice them in half or quarters – then put them back in the freezer until I’m ready to fold them in, just before baking.
Use a silicone muffin mold, grease a muffin tin liberally or line a muffin tin with muffin papers. (After trying all three, I highly recommend silicone baking molds!)
Dip out 1/4 cup of batter for each muffin to make 10 muffins, or 1/3 cup for 8 larger muffins.
? Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.
Check after 10 minutes. Depending on your oven and the size of your muffins, they could take 15-22 minutes. They are done when a toothpick comes out clean.
I will NEVER bake with muffin papers or a traditional muffin pan again. ??
Without even greasing or spraying it, the muffins come out SO easy and so clean!
That silicone set comes with mini molds and individual muffin molds too which is perfect for your low carb meal prep and for making keto fat bombs, and also making a full muffin recipe. This was such a GREAT find. ¦
The muffins turned out beautiful and delicious as usual!
I use the Free MyFitnessPal Recipe Calculator to enter in my ingredients based on my own labels and the amounts I use, and the number of servings I make it into, which makes logging your portions super easy.
That Apple Pie nut butter is delicious. It’s GREAT on crisp cucumber slices or celery. I actually ran out of Blueberry Cinnamon Bun nut butter on my last batch of muffins, so I mixed the Blueberry and Apple butters together and… WOW! ??
Those turned out amazing, especially with extra blueberries…
Then I thought we might as well add in some more fun flavors (lol) and found a bottle of ChocZero low carb Peach Syrup to drizzle over the Apple Blueberry Muffins. ??
I put a pat of butter on a muffin, still steaming hot right out of the oven, and drizzled just a bit of the Peach syrup on it. Once I put the warm top back on the muffin and that all melted together… WOWSA. ??
What a nice breakfast treat!!
Keto Products & Discount Codes
To make it easy for you, here are all of the products and discount codes I mentioned in this post. If you decide to place an order, I want to make sure you get the best deal possible. ??
I also added a silicone loaf mold, because I just ordered that myself this morning…
Legendary Foods and ChocZero are on Amazon too, but our discount codes don’t work there – only on their websites using the links above.
Sometimes I just work with whatever I have on hand, or stand in front of my keto pantry until a delicious idea strikes me. Combining what was left of both flavors of nut butter and adding a drizzle of peach turned out amazing! ??
6 Responses to Best Keto Blueberry Muffins Recipe
Those muffins look delicious! I remember when you didn’t cook Lynn! Boy has that changed ?? That brown Swerve looks good. We’re kind of limited as to what we can get here in NZ, but I do manage to buy something similar to Swerve that tastes great so I can bake lots of yummy keto desserts. ??
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