Keto Breakfast Muffins

Keto Breakfast Muffins
Keto Breakfast Muffins

These are quite similar to my Quick Keto Chia Bread recipe I posted last week, except I made these in ramekins which create perfect little muffin shapes (which I then sliced in half). This recipe will make 2 muffins and yield 4 slices, as pictured. The macros have been calculated per 1 serving (1 muffin cut into 2 slices). They can also be toasted by simply frying in a little olive oil. Top with a poached egg or butter and good-quality prosciutto, like I did on my Low-carb Prosciutto Muffins or (if you are very ambitious) make a super-posh Keto Salmon Eggs Benedict. Enjoy!
 

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Carbs 2.5g | Fat 16g | Protein 12g
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Keto Breakfast Muffins

Delicious, instant muffins yielding two servings (2 muffins cut into 4 slices). The macros are calculated per 1 serving (2 slices) so enjoy warm topped with butter, or toast in a pan and top with poached eggs.
Course Bread, Breakfast, Light Meals
Cuisine General
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 people

Per serving

Calories: 202kcal | Carbohydrates: 2.5g | Protein: 12g | Fat: 16g

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place the almond flour, ground chia, baking powder and salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk the eggs. NOTE: Do not attempt to grind your own chia seeds, its best to source ground chia, which has a fine texture and is essential for this recipe to work.
  • Mix to combine the dry mixture. Add the whisked eggs to this mixture and combine very well.
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  • Pour the mixture into two greased ramekins.
  • Place into the microwave on high for 1 minute 30 seconds, then remove by sliding a knife around the edges to remove them.
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  • Once cool enough to handle, turn it on its side and slice each ‘muffin’ into 2 slices, yielding 4 halves in total.

A new-and-improved version of this delicious recipe features in my cookbook KETO KITCHEN.

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Keto Breakfast MuffinsNutritional Information per serving (1 muffin cut into 2 slices)
Calories                         202Kcal / 845kJ
Fat                                 16g
Carbohydrates               2.5g
Protein                           12g

Allergens
Almonds
Eggs




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3 Comments

  1. Tried these for the first time tonight. We are new to low carbs and I was really dubious about them. They smell very eggy when they come out the microwave, however, I was pleasantly surprised!! Both my husband and I enjoyed them, We had them with a chicken burger on and had to eat it as an open sandwich but was delicious!

    Very quick to prepare and scrummy. Will be making them again.

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