These are on the higher end of carb composition, but the oats provide a good alternative to flour, and they contain no refined sugar! Doesn't mean they're not sweet, though -- honey and vanilla extract take care of that. Recipe here!
With just five ingredients necessary (oats, bananas, eggs, dates and baking soda -- chocolate chips optional but encouraged), swap the loaf pan for a muffin tin to make these muffins for a daily breakfast. Recipe here!
PB&J doesn't have to be just a lunch thing (though breaking one of these babies out at your desk come noontime will surely spark some envy with your desk mates), so whip up a batch of muffins using peanut butter and a jam of choice. Only 9g of carbs! Recipe here.
'Tis the season! Pumpkin Spice Lattes are rife with sugar and carbohydrates, but you can still get your fall fix with these low-carb muffins. To make them even healthier, ditch the cream cheese filling. Recipe here!
Made with espresso powder, can these lightly-caffeinated muffins replace your morning cup o' joe? Maybe not, but it's worth a try. Recipe here!
Berry muffins are a breakfast staple, but you can make these low-carb versions by using almond flour and sour cream (trust). Recipe here!
It's two breakfast foods in one! Using almond instead of white, all-purpose flour and coconut oil instead of butter, these will come out wayyy healthier than an actual pancake. Recipe here!
Ditch the flour completely for these easy-peasy yet tasty muffins. Bananas, eggs and almond butter make up the base instead, resulting in a much lower carb intake. Recipe here!