The PERFECT KETO MUFFIN recipe – big and beautiful!


These BAKERY-STYLE KETO MUFFINS are big and beautiful, and absolutely delicious. Who knew that almond flour muffins could be this light and fluffy? Only 3.3g NET CARBS!

🖨️ Printable Keto Muffin Recipe:

The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking:


Good Sam Mini Chocolate Chips:
People’s Keto Chocolate Chips:
Swerve Brown:
Cookie Scoops:
Parchment Muffin Liners:

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0:00 Intro
0:46 Whisk the wet ingredients
1:35 Add the sweetener
1:53 Add the dry ingredients
2:30 Mini Keto Chocolate Chips
3:11 Transfer to the muffin pan
4:12 Bake the muffins
4:23 Taste test

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  1. One of my issues with keto baked goods is the lack of fibre. I have to eat a minimum of 25 Gr of fibre a day, or I suffer the consequences. Does the almond flour have enough fibre? I also cannot handle the “ols” that are in swerve etc sorbitol, maltitol etc. So I’d probably have to go with sugar, sigh. This look so good.

  2. These muffins are probably the best muffins I’ve tasted and I have used a lot of different recipes these are so close to your regular muffins that I’m making them two days in a row even my friends have tasted them absolutely love them I’ve added blueberries macadamia nuts and hazelnuts to it it taste absolutely moist sums up for this recipe

  3. Would really like to try these but being from U.K. I really struggle with the cup measurements and different websites give different opinions on the weight of almond flour in grams. Some say 120g per cup, some say 100g so either way it’s going to be a big difference. I do have some cups but from what I understand even our British cups are different to American cups. I love your channel but is there any chance you could broaden your horizons with actual weights for your European fans? Thanks 🙏🏻🇬🇧

  4. Ok – just made these 3 ways – FYI a batch without any chips is about 3 cups – which is about 1/4 cup per muffin – so i divided it into 3 batches – the first batch was 3/4 cup batter to which I added 9 drops of stevia maple flavor (made 3 muffins) so tasty – the next batch was 3/4 cup to which I added 1 1/2 tbs spoon salted carmel chips (3 muffins) delish – and the last 1 1/2 cups I added 2 1/2 tbs of milk choclate chips (6 muffins) WOW so good – THANK YOU so much for this recipe that you can mix and match into many many different flavors – my next batch i will do some blueberries and raspberries , blackberries – who knows what ? so addictive already – did I say THANKS ! lol –

  5. Thank you for sharing your recipes and tips! One recommendation – most of your recipes are a full batch. It’s too much baked goods for most keto/ low carb followers. Generally, only one or two folks follow the restricted diet. The suggestion is to halve your recipes and make smaller batches