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Low Carb Muffins

If I eat one more yogurt parfait (greek yogurt, strawberries, granola) for breakfast I am going to scream. Okay, maybe not but I’m in need of a new make-ahead breakfast, and I found one: These delicious low carb muffins from Keila Keto. (Again, I do not recommend diabetics do the Keto diet, but Keto recipes can be included as part of a healthy diet, especially due to the low sugar count.)

Because of the calorie count (scroll down), I can have two low carb muffins with three slices of Canadian bacon for a great on-the-go breakfast under 300 calories! That’s what I’m talking about, baby!

Ingredients for Low Carb Muffins:

This OXO Good Grips muffin pan is the best muffin pan I’ve ever owned. The surface is so nice that after three years of regular use, mine still looks brand new!

Nutritional Information (1 muffin = 1 serving)

  • Calories: 108
  • Fat: 10 grams
  • Carbohydrate: 3 grams (2 net carbs)
  • Protein: 3 grams

Tip Time!

Tip #1: Don’t forget to add in the add-in calorie count if you are following a strict calorie restriction diet. For example: One cup of blueberries has 85 calories in it. Divided by twelve, this add-in would add 7 calories to each muffin.

Tip #2: How the heck do you brown butter? Here’s the best video I found to demonstrate this technique.

So, yes, browning butter takes a few minutes, but it does make a difference in this recipe. Check out America’s Test Kitchen for more technique videos.

I love my Cuisinart skillet for its thick bottom and even heating. And, it’s so pretty!

Lord, I am hungry. Happy eating, my friends!