11. Low-Carb Himbeer Muffins
Run this recipe through a quick online translator, and you’ll learn that “himbeer” means raspberry! Vanilla Raspberry muffins are bright, tangy, and delicious. Not only are they carb-free muffins, but the bright red gems that are raspberries give your snack an awesome dose of vitamin C, fiber, manganese, copper, pantothenic acid, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, and biotin! Biotin is a proven to strengthen your nails, skin, and hair, so you can celebrate looking and feeling healthier with this recipe.
12. Low Carb Cream Cheese Muffins
Next time you’re in a cream cheese mood, reach for these no-flour muffins before you reach for a cheese cake. Despite the cream cheese, they still manage to be light and airy while bringing that comforting cream cheese flavor to the table. The inclusion of vanilla whey protein ensures you get a solid dose of protein while you indulge. Not only that, but these muffins are darn cute with some fresh fruit to top them. They’d make perfect snacks at a party!
13. Cranberry Almond Crumb Muffins
Cranberries and almonds in autumn pair as well as pumpkin and spice. These simple, low calorie muffins are worth looking forward to all year. Cranberries are a fall crop, and these lovely muffins call for fresh cranberries, none of that canned stuff. Cranberries are antioxidant rich, so they’ll kick any incoming fall colds in the butt. They are also anti-inflammatory and have anti-cancer ties. Pair that with the crunchy protein and fiber of almonds and you’ve got a muffin to celebrate!
14. Low Carb Apfel-Zimt Muffins
For a tempting apple muffin, this recipe holds nothing back. Rather than use any type of flour, group almonds give these muffins their backbone. As they say, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” The apple sauce and apple cider vinegar in these muffins should do the trick! All of the flavors are brought together by a dash of cinnamon and some honey. Whether you’re on the run and need breakfast or you’re in charge of snack time, these apple muffins are an awesome low-carb food!
15. Cranberry Orange Muffins
Cranberries pair well with oranges, which makes these muffins fruity, bright, and healthy. For a no carb muffin, these light colored muffins don’t skimp on flavor. Not only do they play well with a low-carb diet, but they’re also dairy free, nut free, and gluten free with no sugar added! Ginger and cloves keep the flavors warm and heady, and clove is famous for being a medicinal herb. The use of oat flour and oat fiber kick things up a notch in the fiber department.
16. Carrot Cupcakes
Carrot cake is one of those things people can either love or leave, but you’re going to love these carrot cake muffins. Who knew a cake variation could fall in the low-carb foods category? This yummy low calorie muffin is worth the prep time. Optional is the inclusion of walnuts. Walnuts are one of the top healthy foods. They help reduce risk of both prostate cancer and breast cancer, and they decrease the risk of heart disease. They’re also full of antioxidants!
17. Mocha Muffins With Chocolate Chunks
Would you guess that you could pair coffee and chocolate and still get a low-carb food? These marvelous Mocha Muffins fit into the low-carb food category without sacrificing the taste of indulgence. Flaxseed and almond flour provide the backbone for this recipe. Flaxseed is a powerhouse fiber. They’re full of essential fatty acid, manganese, and vitamin B1. Cocoa powder provides sinful chocolaty-ness to these muffins. Cocoa is linked to being an antidepressant! It also contains antioxidants and has been show to lower LDL cholesterol.
18. Flourless Double Chocolate Zucchini Muffins
Guilt-free chocolate muffins sound almost too good to be true, right? Well, they exist! These lovely muffins are not only chocolaty, but they pack in the veggies, and they are flourless! If that hasn’t sold you on them, they also take a mere five minutes to prepare! They are a perfect muffin to serve to kids, because the kids won’t know any different that they’re healthy for them. The recipe is also flexible: it calls for peanut butter, but you can use any nut butter.
19. Almond Joy Muffin Tops
For a grain-free candy bar-esque muffin, look no further. These Almond Joy muffins have all the flavors of your favorite candy bar with none of the guilt. Not just that, but they’re hopped up on protein, and the coconut brings a tropical flare to the experience. Coconut meat also protects against heart disease and stroke, and it boasts high vitamin A and E. This recipe is also modifiable so you can either make whole muffins, or you can just make gooey muffin tops!
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20. Keto Pumpkin Chia Muffins
“Chia” comes from an ancient Mayan word meaning “strength.” It’s no wonder, seeing as there are so many health benefits to eating chia seeds. In fact, chia seeds actually contain more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon! Pairing the chia seeds with pumpkin is a good call too. Despite its density, pumpkin is actually a low calorie vegetable. It’s high in anti-oxidants, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins. Pumpkin things are usually assigned to the fall season, but these airy muffins are yummy even in the summer!