A morning muffin that is deliciously low carb! These berry low carb muffins are a perfect way to start your day. Whip them up the night before and stick them in the oven when you wake up. Great for little eaters and bit eaters alike.
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Low Carb Muffins Recipe
Single serve low carb muffins can make a great snack or breakfast with the Trim Healthy Mama, low carb, or keto lifestyle. These have an extra power boost with the baobab addition. My favorite part is that the berry tastes come out just perfectly and adds a scoop of freshness!
How to Make the Berry Low Carb Muffins
The only extra step with these single serve low carb muffins is going to be whisking the eggs first. After the eggs are whisked, you can combine the rest of the ingredients and bake away!
I am using Monk Fruit in this recipe, but other low glycemic sweeteners will work fine as well. My go-to sweeteners are Gentle Sweet (stevia based) or monk fruit, but there are others that will work well also.
Low Carb Berry Muffins
Are you ready to see how simple these are to make! A few simple ingredients that you probably already have around your house, a nice large ramakin, and some whisking! Your well on your way to a delicious muffin for your morning routine.
- 2 large eggs
- 4 tablespoons water
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil
- ½ cup low carb baking blend
- ¼ cup Gentle Sweet or stevia blend
- 2 tbsp baobab powder
- 1 tsp aluminum-free baking powder
- ¼ cup berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries)
- Pre-heat the oven to 350.
- Lighty coat your ramakins with coconut oil spray.
- Whisk eggs in a small bowl.
- Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Divide into two ramakins.
- Bake for 15-17 minutes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Let's chat about some of the frequently asked questions on low carb muffins. There are some frequent questions that us 'THM' bloggers get and it's nice to get some of them out of the way right up front.
Are Berries Trim Healthy Mama Friendly?
Berries are absolutely Trim Healthy Mama friendly! I was just talking about berries with my latest THM coaching group. Berries are a FP in the THM world and can be used in both S and E settings. The only place they are not suitable would be in a deep S setting.
The benefits of berries are truly remarkable. They are filled with antioxidants, and many can encourage more antioxidants in your body by consumption.
Just 8 strawberries can have a radical effect on your health!
Packed with vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols, strawberries are a sodium-free, fat-free, cholesterol-free, low-calorie food. They are among the top 20 fruits in antioxidant capacity and are a good source of manganese and potassium. Just one serving -- about eight strawberries -- provides more vitamin C than an orange.View source here
How long do these Keep?
You won't be able to keep them for more than a day anyways so why even ask! I'm kidding of course! However, these do need to be refrigerated. This dries them out a little bit, so I would recommend that you only leave them in the refrigerator for 1-2 extra days.
How many Muffins will this Make?
The ramakins that I used for this recipe are actually quite good sized. This will make two large single serve muffins. You can cut the recipe in half if you would rather just make one. I like having two so I can share with my preschool aged boys. You can find similar ramakins to the ones that I used in my pictures here. They are adorable and I love the cover on them!