Keto muffins are low carb alternatives to sweet muffins. These delicous low-carb treats help satisfy your sweet cravings and tickle the taste buds when you’re on the keto diet.
Not since the Atkins revolution have low carb muffins been so popular. However, nowadays, advances in food and nutrition allow for possibilities we couldn’t even imagine a decade or two ago. I am talking about the keto diet. If you are new to this diet, you might be wondering how to get a decent supply of food that’s low in carbs. That’s where Keto Muffins come into play. We will take a look at what they are and if they are right for you as well as some recipes that help you get started today.
A keto muffin? How in the world can a low carb muffin be a good idea? Because it’s not – it’s a fantastic way to satisfy your sweet tooth without ruining your macros for the day. You see, a low carb muffin is limiting. There are certain things that you just can’t include in them since they are very high in non-keto ingredients such as wheat flour, sugar and oil. But that shouldn’t stop you from being able to enjoy a sweet treat – and luckily there are tasty alternatives out there.
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Low Carb Muffins
Whether you are starting the keto diet or are already in, these low carb muffins will add more variety to your favorite sweet treats.
While some days I really want chocolate (I mean, who doesn’t?!) I’ve found a way to satisfy my sweet tooth by baking with nut flours instead. This keto muffins roundup truly showcases the versatility of nut flours and how they can be used in many different ways – from savory to sweet! Nut flours are sugar-free and keto friendly, plus they make your baked goods denser and more filling.
“In a moment, honey, I’m doing a low carb muffin bake-off!”… said no one ever. It is not something anyone says because it is quite impossible to make keto muffins taste good. Unless, that’s how you like your muffins – rubbery, or crumbly, or stale?