Keto Breakfast Muffins

Wondering what to prepare for breakfast? You can never go wrong with a delicious, hot muffin that’s free of carbs and guilt! This is the perfect on-the-go snacks for you and your family!


Almost everyone is making bread while on quarantine. And why not? With all of the free time that we have right now, it’s the perfect opportunity to try some cool new recipes that the whole family will love.


If you’re looking for a good low-carb bread recipe, why not try a deliciously-filling muffin, best-served hot! Serve it fresh in the morning to kickstart your day. This Breakfast Muffin recipe is keto-recipe and will definitely NOT kick you out of ketosis. It’s very easy to make as well!

Here are the ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cup almond flour
  • 1/4 cup flax seeds (slightly crushed)
  • 1 TBSP Chia Seeds
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • A pinch of salt to taste
  • 1/4  cup stevia sweetener
  • 1 egg
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F....
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Keto Vanilla Muffins

I really love muffins and cupcakes. If I am invited to a picnic or afternoon with the kids I bake some muffins.

This vanilla muffin is one of my favorites and perfect for the festive times ahead of us. They are fast and easy, super delicious and an eyecatcher.

Here is the recipe:


130 g soft butter

50 g Xylitol

Vanilla mark

120 g almond meal

2 Tablespoons sliced almonds

2 Tablespoons heavy cream


Heat the oven to 180 degrees

Mix the butter, sugar, and vanilla until soft, then add the eggs and whip it until it is light and creamy.

Add the almond meal, almonds and the heavy cream. Fill into the forms and bake for 15 minutes. Let it cool down before you do the frosting.

For the frosting:

100g soft butter and 200 g cream cheese, 30 g powdered xylitol

Mix everything together and add vanilla flavor to it.


Hope you like my recipe. Let me know if you try it out, it will inspire me to share more recipes. :)

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Orangenmuffins schmecken für mich immer nach Herbst und Winter. Diese hier liebe ich besonders. Als glutenfreies Mehl  verwende ich gern gemahlene Nüsse und Saaten, was den Anteil an gesunden Nährstoffen und Mineralien perfekt erhöht und sie gesünder macht. Sie sind keto, paleo und glutenfrei. Wer Muffins mag, sollte unbedingt dieses Rezept ausprobieren. 


Rezept  für 12  Stück


150 g gemahlene Haselnüsse

50g Kokosmehl

50 g Sonnenblumenkerne

50g Paranüsse

1 TL Orangenschale

3 Eier

150 g Kokosöl geschmolzen

½ Tasse Kokosmilch

1 TL Backpulver

120 g Dattelzucker,  Birkenzucker oder Honig

Saft von 2 Orangen

½ TL Vanillepulver

½ TL Meer-oder Himalayasalz



  1. Röste die Sonnenblumenkerne und Paranüsse in einer Pfanne bis sie duften.

  2. Den Backofen auf 180 Grad vorheizen und ein Muffinblech einfetten oder mit Muffinförmchen...

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