Delicious gluten-free, sugar-free, high fiber mug muffin recipe
If you’ve been doing Keto or Paleo for awhile (or any of the grain free, gluten-free, and sugar-free diets), I really think you’re going to love this EASY and delicious muffin recipe! I know I’m madly in love with it.
Missing bread, cake, or dessert?
I really believe I have found my answer to cake and bread! I’d been missing it after not eating cake or bread in a year. Now, by adding this muffin to my one meal a day, I feel full, I’ve increased my daily fiber intake, and I’m experiencing better (easier) BMs–a real win-win in my humble opinion!
Note: T = Tablespoon and t = teaspoon.
How to mix it
Calories and Nutrition Facts
30 calories per Tablespoon
What I use
How it looks – while making it and after
This is the whisked egg, vanilla, and 1/2 t of water in the mug:
And this is the apple butter version:
Slicing it in half:
And this is the pumpkin version:
Serving with cream cheese:
Experiment with it
I’ve been experimenting with this muffin recipe and adding peanut butter, pumpkin, or raw cacao in place of the Ceylon cinnamon. I’ve tried apple pie spice instead of the cinnamon, but the point for me was to really use this muffin as a way to reduce my overall blood sugar. If that’s your goal too, you could use 1 T of the Ceylon cinnamon and 1 T of the apple pie spice–and see if you can taste the difference. (I can’t).
Initially, the muffins I had been making were very fluffy. Even the ones I created BEFORE using the Baking Powder. I think I was using 2 T of flour at the beginning though, 1 was coconut flour and the other was Amaranth flour. Also, I had used a jumbo sized egg.
I’ve used a tablespoon of chopped fresh pear (or apple butter) as an addition and it made an even fluffier (and larger) moist muffin. (I tried a green apple, but preferred the pear or apple butter instead–if you go with the pear it adds more fiber too!) I doubt there’s any limit of what you can do with this.
Some of the health benefits
I had been looking for a way to incorporate oat bran into my diet (since going grain-free over a year ago), because I realized I needed the health benefits of fiber. Namely, fiber is necessary to do a good detox (detoxify the body), and ease a bowel movements (BM). Simply adding this muffin once a day made my BMs more productive. I am still surprised at the difference it made–and how quick the change occurred!
On the uplifting side
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A bit about me:
I am an Amazon bestselling author of two co-authored books: “Transform Your Life Book 2 Inspirational Stories and Expert Advice” and “Energy of Receiving”, available on Amazon. As well, my first book as a self-help author (that’s been in the making for 13 years), Take It Upon Yourself to Live a Wholly Vibrant Life, is now available for online sale and distribution (PDF format).
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