With this low-carb version of a classic berry muffin, you’ll no longer be under the spell of those high-carb sugar-bomb muffins sitting inside coffee shops and bakeries.
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There are like a million and one diet plans available to you these days. If you’re like me, you’re probably overwhelmed by all of the options.
For this reason, as soon as you’ve decided on a particular diet, and it’s time to start menu planning, you only want to seek out food and drink recipes that fit within that particular diet plan. Straying from your original chosen plan may very well lead to failure. You could very well wind up starting all over again.
This is why you definitely want to compile a small library of recipes that fit within your particular diet plan. So you’d want to compile videos ONLY related to raw-food veganism, if that happens to be your chosen diet plan.
I cannot overstate how important this is.
I’ve been guilty of hopping from one plan to the next myself, which is why I bring this up. And when I really think about it, there’s only one reason why…
You’ll typically tend to develop cravings for the foods and drinks that your specific program deprives you of, which some other diet 100% allows, and perhaps even encourages. I mean, it’s still officially “diet food,” even if it’s not your diet… right? And counter-arguments can be pretty compelling. And one thing is clear… Food-based videos are usually pretty damned will-weakening. 😉
Choose a lifestyle that you’re thrilled to stick with. That’s how long-term results will be achieved. While each diet is completely unique in its approach, many say that healthy food and a slight caloric deficit are really all it take to help you reach your goals.
Makes sense to me. Eat clean, don’t stuff your face all the time, and the fat should come right off. This is especially true if our activity levels are relatively high.
This is standard, conventional wisdom. There’s probably good reason for this!
Not all diets are calorically restrictive though. Many diets put more of an emphasis on macro-nutrient ratios. And it’s generally not advised to mess around with those, if you’re trying to maximize your weight loss.
Stick to the plan. Give yourself a fighting chance!
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75g (1/4 cup + 2 Tb.)
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 large eggs (~55g each)
5ml (1 tsp.) almond or vanilla extract
80g (3/4 cup) almond flour OR other nut flour
9g (1 tbs) psyllium husk powder OR 14g (2 tablespoons) coconut flour
(optional) 1/4 tsp. guar gum OR 1/8 tsp. xanthan gum
1/2 tsp. baking powder
84g (6 tablespoons) melted butter
52g (5 tablespoons or 4 berries per muffin) fresh or frozen berries
Preheat your oven to 375F or 190C.
Mix together the erythritol, salt, eggs, and flavoring until fully combined.
Next, add in the butter, baking powder, guar and xanthan gums and mix very very well (you can use a blender or hand mixer for best results)
Sift in the almond flour and coconut flour, add the optional lemon zest, mix well, then fold in the berries gently.
Divide the batter evenly between muffin/cupcake baking molds and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the tops have just started to turn golden.
Let cool to room temperature before eating.
The berries are the highest-carb ingredient in this recipe, that is why there are so few berries per muffin (about 4). If you are NOT diabetic and not trying to stay in nutritional ketosis, feel free to add more berries.