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Nothing beats the convenience of a grab-and-go brekkie especially when we are so time poor. However, most store-bought muffins and supermarket muffin mixes are quite high in sugar and carbs. Anywhere between 30-50g carbs per serve. By baking a batch of one of these Low Carb Muffins, you can have the convenience of a grab-and-go brekkie, and know that you are fuelling your body with a Low Carb, healthy and filling choice.

Apple, Almond and Cinnamon Muffins

Carbs per Muffin: 6.9g

Anna came up with these beautiful Apple, Almond and Cinnamon Muffins last week. This recipe reminds me of a winter dessert. They are best served warm, so give them 30 secs or so in the microwave and are a perfect size for a brekkie on the go or a Pre work out snack.


Low Carb Berry and Chia Muffins

Carbs per Muffin: 3.1g

The great thing about this easy recipe is that you can choose any berries you like + any combination of nuts to create a new flavour every time. 😀


Low Carb Chocolate and Raspberry Muffins

Carbs per Muffin 6.3g

These scrumptious Low Carb Chocolate & Raspberry Muffins are sure to be a hit with the family. Easy to make and super delicious – each muffin has just 6.3g of Carbs, and 13.2g of Protein to keep you going all day, also has the hidden goodness from zucchini (but you would never know) hehe.


Carrot Cake Muffins – Low Sugar

Carbs per Muffin 7.7g

Super healthy and Super filling Carrot Cake Muffins. How can you not feel amazing eating these, or serving to your friends and family? Topped with extra Walnuts to add some crunch. Serve with a dollop of coconut yoghurt on top 😋 😋


Apple Raspberry Muffins 

Carbs per Muffin 6.0g

Another fruit combo. With an extra hit of coconut. These are sure to be a hit.


If you want to create something completely your own, the tips below may be helpful 🙂

  1. Pick your desired Base MixThe Protein Bread Co Muffin Mix or Anna’s Low Carb Vanilla Cupcake Mix
  2. Low Carb Fruit or Veggies options – Berries are the most popular or a small apple, pear, stewed rhubarb, banana (if it fits into your plan) or Veggies like Carrot or zucchini
  3. Pick your favourite nuts or seeds (if desired) or some Dark Chocolate (lowest in carbs)
  4. Flavours – cinnamon, spices, additional sweeteners if needed, or flavoured essences.

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I’d love to see your photos – tag me @annaslowcarbkitchen or post to my facebook page