These keto pumpkin muffins are super easy to make with only a few ingredients. Keto friendly and low carb they are sweetened with stevia. Great for a snack or a side with a healthy breakfast.
You may not have noticed but I love pumpkin recipes. I don’t personally think pumpkin is exclusive to fall season. Being you can make you own at home you can have it year round.
My pumpkin mug cake is great but baking will always trump keto mug cakes. A mix of almond flour and coconut flour making this texture close to the real thing.
Using pumpkin puree
So, in this particular recipe I skipped the pumpkin puree. This was on purpose to protect texture.
Almond and coconut flour does make a texture similar to regular flour. Yet, when adding in things such as a puree it can throw the consistency off. Not to mention no sugar desserts lack the caramelization sugar brings.
Here I simply used pumpkin spice and rest assured it did the trick needed. I had to sit them down before I ate every keto muffin I took a picture of.
How to make keto pumpkin muffins:
It’s quick and easy simply no need to crack open a can of pumpkin puree. Grab some pumpkin spice and be on your way.
Trust me these keto pumpkin muffins will have all the traditional flavors.
Melt one full stick of butter. After butter is melted then cooled add your eggs and liquid stevia. That will do for your wet ingredients.
For the dry, mix almond flour, coconut flour, salt, your granulated sweetener of choice, baking powder and pumpkin spice.
Combine dry and wet ingredients and place in cupcake liners. Silicone cupcake liners are God sent, everything simply slides right out. Zero sticking making the perfect keto pumpkin muffins each time.
Tips for keto pumpkin muffins:
- Room temperature eggs, cold eggs can effect how much your baked good will rise. Using room temperature eggs your keto muffins will rise properly.
- Walnuts and pumpkin spice go great together not to mention pecans.
- Allow almond flour recipes to cool. I do like them warm it seems they are more moist. But, never fresh out the oven.
- Subbing ingredients, the only thing that can be changed is your granulated sweeteners. Even doing that can produce different textures due to how they all bake. You are welcome to leave out liquid stevia for less sweetness. Leaving out just the stevia won’t change much if anything.
per muffin, recipe makes 7
Net carb 2g