Low Carb Coffee Cake Muffins

Low Carb Coffee Cake Muffins

Bite through a cinnamon and buttery crunch to the fluffy melt in your mouth muffin perfection. What’s not to love about low carb coffee cake muffins?

When I was a kid, one of my favorite things to make everyone for breakfast on Saturday morning was a coffee cake. Now, when I mean a coffee cake, I mean pulling out the box of Bisquick and following the recipe on the box with lots of cinnamon and brown sugar and a fluffy cake middle. I thought it’s a coffee cake, but it’s breakfast so it’s pretty good for you, right? Always eat breakfast and all that?

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Fast forward to high school and college, and I became a little obsessed with the traditional coffee house cinnamon coffee cake. There were many variations, some with just the cinnamon and butter topping, others had blueberries, nuts, what have you. One thing was certain, I LOVED them all! And it showed. 😉 I loved my sugar and carbs a little too much!

I’m trying to decide which is the most sinful: the muffin, the brownie, or the cake. How would you rank them?

Olivia Fox Cabane

Writer

What’s in a classic coffee cake?

Did you know the Classic Coffee Cake at Starbucks has 57 carbs and 31 grams of sugar?! I just looked it up on their website, and you can see it for yourself here. Of course, it’s truly an amazing coffee cake, and I loved it. But then I was addicted to carbs and sugar.

Now that I eat primarily low carb and keto, I’d determined to re-create a healthier sugar-free version. In addition, it had to taste as good as those memories of years past! Do you know what? Yes, I believe I’ve succeeded in making these muffins even better. But that’s just my opinion, you’ll have to try them for yourself!

Keto, gluten-free, sugar free breakfast muffins. Low carb coffee cake muffins. Perfect for fall breakfasts. #sugarfreebreakfast #muffins #cinnamon #ketorecipes #explorermomma

If you understand everything you must be misinformed.

Japanese Proverb

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To make these low carb coffee cake muffins you’ll need:

  • a regular muffin tin
  • silicone muffin cups or other liners
  • oven
  • spatula
  • blender or hand mixer
  • whisk
  • pastry blender or fork – I admit I love having my pastry blender around for dispersing butter throughout a mixture without making it melt, but a fork can do the job nearly as well too.
  • ice cream scoop (optional) – I like to use an ice cream scoop when making muffins to put the batter in the pan. It’s so much easier to judge and be sure the batter’s divided evenly.

Low carb coffee cake muffins overhead

The best thing about being a writer is that ‘work’ is always something you love, plus usually accompanied by tea, coffee and cakes of some sort. Jamie L. Harding

Writer

How to make low carb coffee cake muffins

I love to make a batch of these muffins on Sunday and freeze the whole batch to have one every day for breakfast as long as they last. There’s something rather wonderful about a cinnamon muffin with butter melting into it along with a steaming coffee to make your day seem brighter. Now, imagine that slow motion first bite…let’s get started!

First, take out a regular muffin tin and place in it 12 silicone baking cups or other liners. Silicone liners are fabulous because you can use them over and over again and they make the muffing super-easy to get out once it’s baked. Second, preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

Next, here’s where there’s a couple of ways to do things. Due to the fact it’s the one I use all the time and the simplest for me, I’m going to start with my preferred method. To begin, take out your blender. I use a high-speed Vitamix, but most any would probably work for this.

Low carb coffee cake muffins, side stack

Blender Method

Then, assemble all your ingredients together. In addition, place the cream cheese, eggs, and vanilla in the blender and blend on a high speed for 30-40 seconds or until it’s all well combined without any white bits of cream cheese noticeable. I like this way because of the fact well, I can be forgetful or lazy or both and forget to set out the cream cheese and eggs to warm up to room temperature. For this reason, I love the fact the high-speed blender doesn’t care and whips those together without any little cold bits.

Mixer Method

Alternatively, you can also mix these ingredients together in a standing or hand mixer. In contrast to the blender, I’ve found when I use the mixer all the ingredients need to be room temperature or even a little warmer to combine properly. But not to worry, it can be done easily if you get your ingredients ready.

Prep the low carb coffee cake muffins to bake

After that, pull out a large bowl and measure in it the almond and coconut flours, baking powder, salt, sweetener, and cinnamon. Then whisk it all together evenly.

Next, go back to your blender or other bowl and pour the wet mixture into the dry ingredients and mix them together with a spatula or mixer. Because I normally use a blender for these low carb coffee cake muffins, I generally just use a spatula to mix all the other ingredients together. It works fairly easily.

Once those are combined, slowly add in the almond milk, and fold it into the muffin batter until the batter is similar to that of a thick cake. The amount of almond milk will depend on the type of almond flour used because they can vary so much! I use Barney’s almond flour because we have another nut allergy in the house and at last check, Barney’s only produces almond products in their facility in California. However, if you have a severe nut allergy or someone in your family does please double check on the processing because companies can change. In any event, so far we’ve had great luck with Barney’s.

Low carb coffee cake muffins, overhead stack

How to make the low carb coffee cake muffin topping

I say topping but it really also the filling too! Nothing like one mixture doing double duty! To make the topping, measure out the cubed butter, almond flour, cinnamon, salt, and sweetener in a medium bowl. As far as sweetener goes, I use Swerve in most of my recipes. I don’t know if you saw it, but Swerve just came out with a new Brown Swerve that’s awesome for this recipe! It’s not available everywhere, but I got mine on Amazon here if you’d like to try it. You can also use Swerve confectioners or another similar powdered sweetener.

Now’s where I like my handy dandy gadgets, but a fork can work almost as well for this next job. I use a pastry blender (or fork) to mix together the topping so everything’s combined. But here’s a tip! The butter should still be cold and in chunks. Certainly, do not melt it with your hands or completely whip in with the other ingredients. That’s why we use the pastry blender or fork. Then the butter’s in delightfully small pea-sized packages to melt in the oven.

Bake the muffins

Once the muffin batter and topping are prepared, in the lined muffin tin, spoon about 2 tablespoons of batter into the bottom of each muffin cup.

Then, sprinkle a heaping teaspoon of the topping/filling on each one. Next, I like to use an ice cream scoop to evenly divide the rest of the batter on the muffins. Last but not least, top each one with the remaining topping/filling.

Lastly, bake in a 325 degree (Fahrenheit) oven for 25-30 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

Bonus! Consequently, your house will smell amazing. If you like butter and cinnamon that is.

Open low carb coffee cake muffin with butter, closeup

Soup to the rescue!

When the weather starts to chill I always love a good keto soup. This one’s a hit around our house!

Low Carb Coffee Cake Muffins Printable Recipe:

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Low Carb Coffee Cake Muffins

Bite through a cinnamon and buttery crunch to the fluffy melt in your mouth muffin perfection.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time25 mins
Total Time35 mins
Course: Breakfast, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine: American, Gluten-Free, Keto, Ketogenic, Low Carb
Keyword: low carb coffee cake muffins
Servings: 12
Calories: 130kcal
Author: Lauren Gonikishvili

Ingredients

Muffin batter

  • 4 oz cream cheese room temperature
  • 4 eggs room temperature
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 cup sweetener Swerve or other
  • 2 cups almond flour
  • 1/3 cup coconut flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup almond milk unsweetened
  • 1 tsp cinnamon

Topping (filling)

  • 3 tbsp butter cubed
  • 1/4 cup almond flour
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 tbsp sweetener Regular or brown Swerve (or other of choice)
  • 1/4 cup chopped nuts optional

Instructions

  • First, line a muffin tin with 12 silicone baking cups or other liners and preheat the oven 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Second, place cream cheese, eggs, and vanilla in a blender and blend on a high speed for 30-40 seconds or until well combined. OR mix together in a standing mixer. 
  • Third, in a large bowl, place the almond and coconut flours, baking powder, salt, sweetener, and cinnamon and whisk together evenly.
  • Then, pour the wet mixture into the dry ingredients and mix together with a spatula or mixer.
  • Next, add in the almond milk slowly combining with the muffin batter until batter is similar to a thick cake batter. The amount of almond milk will depend on the type of almond flour used.

Topping / Filling

  • Place the butter, almond flour, cinnamon, salt, and sweetener in a medium bowl.
  • Use a pastry blender or fork to mix together the topping so everything's combined, and the butter's in small pea-sized pieces.

Bake

    Spoon about 2 tablespoons of batter in the bottom of each muffin cup.

    • Sprinkle a heaping teaspoon of the topping/filling on each one.
    • Evenly disperse the rest of the batter on the muffins then top each one with the remaining topping/filling.
    • Bake at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 25-30 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

    Notes

    Nutrition Facts

    • Servings 12.0
    • Amount Per Serving
    • Calories 130
    • % Daily Value
    • *Total Fat 11 g
    • Total Carbohydrate 5 g
    • Sugars 1 g 
    • Protein 4 g
    *Nutrition facts based on a calculation using myfitnesspal.com

    Muffins for breakfast

    There’s something so simple and easy in being able to grab a low carb muffin for breakfast. You don’t have to heat the oven up or make the house smell like bacon, although that can be a good thing too! Most of all, it’s a ready item you can grab quickly and not succumb to the coffee house coffee cake later in the day when you can’t find anything to eat. Although I don’t know about you, I’ve found all those treats are not even all that tempting to me anymore, and this low carb and keto way of life is a pretty spectacular choice for my health and known temptations.

    I hope you try this recipe and love it as much as I do! Please tag me in your recipe pics on Instagram @explorermomma if you do end up making it. I’d love to see how it worked for you!

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    Nutrition Disclaimer

    First of all, please be aware I am not a medical specialist or nutritional professional. On this blog, I share recipes and what works for me. Therefore, please do not take anything on this blog as medical advice and always consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. I use MyFitnessPal.com to calculate nutrition facts as a courtesy to my readers, and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count because does not affect my own blood glucose levels. Of course, this is as accurate as possible, but it’s best to independently calculate nutritional information on your own with the specific ingredients you use. Also, I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website.

    Low Carb Chocolate Pie

    Low Carb Chocolate Pie

    Rich, creamy, a slice of keto chocolate heaven! Low carb chocolate pie. You would never know it’s gluten-free, sugar-free, and low carb! Go on. You deserve it!

    Chocolate. Chocolat. შოკოლადი. Seacláid. Schokolade. шоколад.

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    There are a lot of things I’m willing to give up. I can give up sugar, gluten, donuts, hard candies, etc. However, if there’s one thing I really don’t think I could give up for good it would be CHOCOLATE! Dark chocolate is my favorite, and for years some of my favorite recipes are those like English toffee, fudge, and chocolate cream pie. Then when I changed my eating habits and went keto, at first I thought these were all going to be prohibited. Now, however, I’ve learned to make some of these indulgent chocolate treats low carb and gluten-free.

    Low carb chocolate pie, closeup, pin

    We’ve all heard and been encouraged in the studies that show us how good it is for us, right!? I really need that little piece of chocolate every night. It’s for my health! That’s what I tell myself at least, and why not?

    Does that mean I eat these desserts all the time and for every meal? No, of course not. However, chocolate can be enjoyed in many ways on a low carb or keto diet so don’t feel guilty and enjoy your food!

    Happiness. Simple as a glass of chocolate or tortuous as the heart. Bitter. Sweet. Alive.

    Joanne Harris

    Author, Chocolat

    Whole low carb chocolate pie, feature, with lilac

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    The history of chocolate

    Did you know the first peoples to utilize cacao seeds were the Aztecs? Yes! The Aztecs used the cacao seed native to southern Mexico in fermented drinks. Originally, it was used only bitter in drinks, sometimes with spices or corn puree to strengthen the drinker. Later in the sixteenth century, the Europeans added sugar to it making it an aphrodisiac. Now it has become a household staple!

    To make this decadent low carb chocolate pie you’ll need:

    Foolproof tips for the perfect low carb chocolate pie

    I absolutely LOVE chocolate, as you can probably tell! The main goals to accomplish with this low carb chocolate pie are to completely combine the ingredients in the filling while not scrambling the eggs, and creating an even crust shell as a vehicle for enjoying said filling.

    Piece of low carb chocolate pie

    How to make a low carb chocolate pie crust

    This is the most awesome versatile low carb gluten-free pie crust. Truly, you can use it for most any sweet or even savory (just leave out the sweetener!) pie. First, all you have to do is take a medium-sized bowl and measure out the ingredients. Second, whisk together the almond flour, salt, and sweetener. Third, pour in the melted butter and stir to combine completely.

    Now comes the tricky bit if there is one. Dump the mixture into the empty pie plate. Next, use your hands or the flat bottom of a glass or measuring cup to press the mixture firmly to evenly cover the entire pie plate. I like to use my flat-bottomed measuring cup because it’s out already, and you can easily create a flat crust bottom.

    Prick the crust bottom with a fork and bake in a 325-degree (Fahrenheit) oven for about 20 minutes, or until the edges start to brown.

    There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate.

    Linda Grayson

    Author

    Overhead low carb chocolate pie with piece cut out on a plate, serving piece, lilac

    How to create the smooth and decadent filling

    Now is the fun part because it involves chocolate! First, find a large saucepan and in it whisk together the cream, egg yolks, and cocoa powder. Continue to whisk it on a medium heat until the mixture thickens. This will take from 5 to 8 minutes. Next, take the saucepan off the heat and stir in the chocolate you just melted in the microwave or in a double boiler. It’s important that they’re about the same temperature to combine completely!

    Then, add in the butter pieces, vanilla, and cut in the cream cheese. Again, it’s important to completely whisk in these ingredients so they’re completely mixed together without any lumps. Here’s a baker tip! I find it’s easiest to do this when your ingredients are at room temperature or just slightly warmer.

    Now what?

    Next, quickly whisk in the xanthan gum and sweetener. As far as sweetener goes, I like to use Swerve Confectioner’s, but you can also use monk fruit or other equivalent sweeteners of your choice. For this recipe, I like to use 1/2 a cup of sweetener, but my husband doesn’t think that’s enough so I generally add 3/4 of a cup for him. Add yours to taste.

    Now pour the filling into the pie shell and smooth it out evenly. Place the low carb chocolate pie in the refrigerator overnight for best results or for at least 3 to 4 hours. Then, when you’re about ready to serve, pour half a cup of heavy cream in a bowl. Use a hand mixer on a medium to high setting to whip up the cream with one tablespoon of sweetener. When the cream has slightly stiffened and makes peaks, spoon the cream on top of the pie. Last but not least, sprinkle with sugar-free chocolate chips (I use Lily’s Dark Chocolate Chips).

    All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.

    Charles M. Schulz

    Cartoonist

    And voila! A decadent low carb chocolate pie to be proud of! Let me tell you a little secret – it won’t last long!!

    Bite of low carb chocolate pie

    Looking for more low carb desserts?

    How about a keto lemon blueberry cream cake?! Oh, yeah!

    Low Carb Lemon Blueberry Cream Cake, overhead close-up

    Low Carb Chocolate Pie Printable Recipe

    Low Carb Chocolate Pie

    Rich, creamy, a slice of keto chocolate heaven! Low carb chocolate pie. You would never know it’s gluten-free, sugar-free, and low carb! 
    Prep Time10 mins
    Cook Time8 mins
    Chill3 hrs
    Total Time18 mins
    Course: Dessert
    Cuisine: American, Gluten-Free, Keto, Ketogenic, Low Carb
    Keyword: Chocolate Pie, Low Carb Chocolate Pie
    Servings: 12 people
    Calories: 327kcal
    Author: Lauren Gonikishvili

    Ingredients

    Pie Crust

    • 1 3/4 cups almond flour
    • 1/4 cup sweetener (such as monk fruit or Swerve) confectioner's
    • 1/4 tsp salt
    • 1/3 cup butter melted

    Pie Filling

    • 1 cup heavy cream
    • 4 egg yolks
    • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
    • 1/3 cup unsweetened chocolate melted
    • 1/4 tsp xanthan gum
    • 3/4 cup sweetener (such as monk fruit or Swerve) confectioner's
    • 8 oz cream cheese room temperature
    • 1/4 cup butter chopped
    • 1 tsp vanilla extract
    • 1/2 cup heavy cream
    • 1/2 cup sugar-free chocolate chips

    Instructions

    Pie Crust

    • Mix together the almond flour, sweetener, and salt in a medium-sized bowl.
    • Add the melted butter and mix completely until crumbly.
    • Press evenly into a pie plate. You can use a glass or flat measuring cup to press the bottom down evenly or just use your hands. 
    • Bake at 325 degrees for about 20 minutes, or until the edges start to brown.

    Pie Filling

    • In a large saucepan whisk together the cream, egg yolks, and cocoa powder until the mixture thickens, about 5-8 minutes. Keep whisking so you don't end up with scrambled eggs.
    • Remove from the heat and stir in the melted chocolate.
    • Add in the pieces of butter and vanilla and stir until the butter melts and all is combined.
    • Cut in all the cream cheese (cut it in pieces as you add it in one bit/piece at a time). Whisk it in until there are no lumps. It's easiest to do this if the cream cheese is room temperature or a little warm.
    • Whisk in the xanthan gum and then the sweetener. Depending on your sweetness preference add between 1/2 to 3/4 cups.
    • Pour the mixture into the pie shell and put it in the refrigerator overnight to set (or at least 3-4 hours).
    • Whip up the cream with one tablespoon confectioner's sweetener and once stiff, spread it on top of the pie.
    • Sprinkle the chocolate chips on top, cut into portions, and enjoy!

    Notes

    Nutrition Facts

    Servings 12.0
    Amount Per Serving
    calories 327
    % Daily Value *
    Total Fat 32 g 50 %
    Saturated Fat 19 g 94 %
    Monounsaturated Fat 7 g
    Polyunsaturated Fat 1 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 146 mg 49 %
    Sodium 136 mg 6 %
    Potassium 75 mg 2 %
    Total Carbohydrate 9 g 3 %
    Dietary Fiber 3 g 14 %
    Sugars 2 g  
    Protein 5 g 10 %
    Vitamin A 79 %
    Vitamin C 0 %
    Calcium 8 %
    Iron 8 %

    * The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet,

    so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.
    Nutrition facts per MyFitnessPal.com.

    Nutrition Disclaimer

    Please be aware I am not a medical specialist or nutritional professional. On this blog, I share recipes and what works for me. Please do not take anything on this blog as medical advice and always consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. I use MyFitnessPal.com to calculate nutrition facts as a courtesy to my readers, and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count because does not affect my own blood glucose levels. This is as accurate as possible, but it’s best to independently calculate nutritional information on your own with the specific ingredients you use. I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website.

    My First ButcherBox Unboxing Event

    My First ButcherBox Unboxing Event

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    This time of year it seems like it’s almost impossible to eat healthily. At the office, you have a Christmas goodie day with fudge, English toffee, cookies, and donuts. In addition, kids get more and more candy as bribes at school, parties are happening, and you keep getting cookies and chocolate pumpkin bread for gifts. Does that sound familiar? And who can say no!? It’s truly a test of determination to pass on all that addictive sugar and yumminess.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for celebrating and having my own share of traditional recipes. I LOVE all these things, BUT I am trying to limit the unnecessary sugar for myself and the kids this year. Also, it’s gotten me thinking how I can encourage healthier choices for my family once all the holiday cheer and craziness passes.

    One of my first steps on this path to healthier eating was to take a look at the meat the family eats. Granted, we don’t eat a lot of meat, but with so many reports and scares out there about meat quality, it’s something I’ve worried about. Also, I’ve been exploring ketogenic recipes (more on that later) that include a lot more meat than I’d been used to eating. Where can I get quality grass-fed beef and other quality meats without completely breaking the bank?

    So as an experiment I succumbed to the Black Friday sale and ordered from an online mail order meat company called ButcherBox.

    ButcherBox unboxing pin

    ButcherBox Unboxing

    First of all, you choose your box. You can choose from grass-fed beef, free-range organic chicken, heritage breed pork or customize your own box. It’s sent directly to your front doorstep, insulated and packed in dry ice to ensure frozen solid meat. Then thaw your meat as you need it, and enjoy!

    Sounds super-convenient, right? Well, take a look at my ButcherBox unboxing video to see what you get.

    Explorer Momma’s ButcherBox Unboxing

    In the video I say you’ll get $10 off and free ribeyes if you buy your box through my link; however, ButcherBox has already updated the offer. Sorry for the change! Now you will get 2 pounds of FREE ground beef for life! That means in every box you’ll be given 2 extra pounds of grass-fed ground beef for the lifetime of your membership. Pretty sweet deal.

    Click here to check that out.

    ButcherBox unboxing bacon

    What’s in a regular ButcherBox?

    • 8-11 lbs of meat per box
    • Free from antibiotics and hormones
    • Sourced from farms committed to sustainable practices
    • Delivered to your doorstep on your schedule

    ButcherBox unboxing chicken

    What was in my ButcherBox Unboxing?

    • Free-range organic chicken breasts
    • Heritage breed pork chops
    • Smoked uncured, sugar-free bacon
    • Ground beef
    • Sirloin steaks
    • Ribeye steaks
    • Strip loin steaks

    ButcherBox unboxing ground chicken, beef, ribeyes

    This is the list of items in my regular ButcherBox. I did not include the extra items I received as a result of the Black Friday sale.

    Pros

    On-line to your doorstep convenience

    High-quality meat without any antibiotics or hormones

    Great flavor. So far I’ve thawed and tried the ground beef, bacon, and strip loin steak, and I’m pleased with everything. I’m obviously not a meat expert, but the meat is juicy and flavorful.

    On-line support with recipes and cooking tips

    Comparable price to high-quality local store meat

    ButcherBox unboxing pork

    Cons

    Is the box enough to last an entire month for your family?

    If your family eats a lot of meat then probably not. However, for my family of four, it is plenty to last the month because we don’t eat a lot of meat in general.

    I haven’t had this problem, but some folks online have reported the bags leaking as they thawed them in their fridges. I’ve thawed three items so far and have not run into this problem at all so can’t really consider it a con. If you’re worried, and I do this anyway, always thaw your meat on a plate in your fridge.

    ButcherBox unboxing ground beef

    How do I get my Butcherbox?

    If you want to try out your own ButcherBox, click on the link below. If you use my link you’ll get $20 off your first ButcherBox as well as free bacon! Score!

    Click here to order your own ButcherBox.

    How will you be healthier in the New Year?

    Like I said, this is my first step to healthier eating for my family in New Year. For myself, I’m already cutting out sugar and going low-carb with a ketogenic diet, but that doesn’t always work for our entire family. I’ll be exploring recipes, quality food, and fun ways to get the kids to be healthy, especially for the five-year-old who’s become a stubborn goofy goose (his words) stuck in his ways!

    Take care of yourself, and let’s have an awesome New Year!

     

    What are your goals for healthier eating in the New Year? Share them in the comments!

    Need some ideas to implement today?

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