Keto Muffins are a great little snack when you’re on the road, or trying to have a healthy little dessert bite that kills those sugar cravings. Because everyone loved the keto chocolate chip cookies so much, I thought these would be a great variation to try. These keto chocolate chip muffins are much easier than the cookies and bake much easier as well.
When you think of muffin flavors, what are the main types you think of outside of a chocolate chip muffin? I dream of blueberry muffins, lemon, and poppyseed muffins, or chocolate muffins, or even cupcakes… yes, cupcakes are very similar, but they have icing, so its a whole other world of flavors to get into.
I like to think that these recipes help people enjoy a healthy snack or healthy dessert whilst doing the ketogenic diet. It makes it much more bearable if you know you can have your “cake” and eat it too. I do have plenty of keto dinner recipes as well, just I enjoy making these types of desserts and snacks a little more because so many people just eat bacon and eggs, get sick of eggs, and look for recipes that are not your ordinary borning style keto recipes… I hope that makes sense 😀
Now, I’ve got some tips for you that will prevent you from making the chocolate chip muffins look amateur. The best way to get chocolate chips through a muffin is to literally pierce long sections of chocolate into the muffins before you cook them. How do you do this? Let me show you:
You need to chop the chocolate into 1 cm approx pieces like this, then shove them right down the keto muffin when you come to throwing them into the oven.
So I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I liked making them. Hit me up if you have any questions in the comments below, and I’ll see you in the next recipe post!.
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