Almond flour has become a popular ingredient with bakers in the past few years and is used as an alternative to wheat flour, making it ideal for anyone who can’t tolerate gluten or wheat. It has a slightly sweet taste to it and creates low-carb cakes and bakes. Today I’m going to share with you ten different almond flour blueberry muffin recipes, all of which would be a fantastic addition to your breakfast menu rotation or a great afternoon pick-me-up.
1. Almond Flour Blueberry Muffin
For a classic blueberry muffin made from almond flour, try out this recipe from The Lemon Bowl. It’s a high protein and low carb recipe that would make the perfect start to the day for kids and adults alike. The recipe uses honey, but if you are looking for a keto-friendly option, you can simply replace the sugar with Stevia. For your convenience, you can use either frozen or fresh blueberries to create these light and fluffy muffins.
2. Low Carb Paleo Keto Blueberry Muffins
In just thirty minutes you’ll have a paleo and keto-friendly batch of muffins ready to serve, thanks to this recipe from Wholesome Yum. You’ll create bakery-quality muffins with this recipe that the whole family will be able to enjoy. If you like meal prepping at the start of the week, I’d recommend creating a huge batch of these. You can freeze them and warm them up at any time to make a great start to any morning.
3. Vegan Blueberry Muffins
If you are a vegan, it can be challenging to find great muffin recipes sometimes, but you’ll absolutely adore these vegan blueberry muffins from The Vegan 8. This easy recipe uses only one bowl and creates a gluten-free and vegan muffin that is packed with blueberries. You’ll need just eight ingredients and thirty minutes to create this treat, and the almond flour makes these muffins super moist and replaces the need for butter or oil in the recipe.
4. Lemon Blueberry Muffins
Every Last Bite shares these moist and flavorful muffins, which as well as being loaded with blueberries feature the addition of zesty lemon juice. You can cater to a wide range of dietary requirements with these muffins, as they are grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo. Thanks to the almond flour, you’ll enjoy a tasty batch of muffins that can last up to a week after baking, although it’s recommended that you store them in the fridge to retain their freshness. They can also last for up to two months in the freezer, so make a quick and delicious breakfast option that you can enjoy on the go.
5. One Bowl Blueberry Muffins
There’s nothing better than recipes that don’t involve using heaps of bowls and pans, which is why I love these muffins from Paleo Running Momma. If you enjoy a nutty and sweet muffin, you’ll appreciate this recipe which combines almond butter and almond flour. While it can be tricky to find the correct oven temperature when cooking with alternative ingredients, you’ll find that these muffins come out best when cooked at 325 degrees. Any hotter and you’ll find that the muffins are underdone on the inside even though they have browned on the outside.
6. Chocolate Blueberry Muffins
Even when you’re using almond flour, you can still enjoy a chocolatey muffin recipe. Wholesomelicious shares these chocolate blueberry muffins which are packed with antioxidants and protein, making them the perfect breakfast to set you up for the day. They are so moist and flavorful, thanks to the almond flour, and they will surely be adored by kids and teens alike. With only fifteen minutes of prep time needed to mix together all of the ingredients, you’ll have no excuse to not make these a weekly treat for your family.
7. Blueberry Banana Almond Flour Muffins
For a naturally sweet muffin that combines the delicious flavors of banana and blueberry, try out these muffins from Nourished by Caroline. The recipe is naturally gluten-free and is a lower carbohydrate and higher protein alternative to your regular blueberry muffin. With only eight ingredients needed to create a batch of these muffins, you’ll appreciate how quick and easy these sweet treats are to make.
8. Coconut Flour and Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins
Coconut flour and almond flour both make delicious bases for your blueberry muffins, as demonstrated in this recipe from Paleo Grubs. You’ll love the crumble top that’s added to these muffins, which enhances their texture and taste. Coconut flour is used in the main muffin mix, and then the crumble top is created with your almond flour. If your family doesn’t enjoy almonds sprinkled on top of their muffins, you can substitute some pecans or walnuts instead.
9. Paleo Blueberry Muffins with Crumb Top
Paleo Running Momma creates a classic blueberry muffin which has a fantastic texture thanks to its crumbly top. The recipe is dairy-free and gluten-free and doesn’t contain any refined sugar in its mix. Maple syrup is the sweetener of choice for this recipe, although you can use coconut sugar if you prefer. If you do choose coconut sugar, just be aware that your muffins will appear quite a bit darker than in the example photos!
10. High Protein Blueberry Muffins
Eating Bird Food shares these high protein blueberry muffins which come in at under 100 calories per serving. They are not only just packed with protein but are also low in fat and sugar. Instead of regular white flour, you’ll use a combination of almond flour, oat flour, and protein powder. Greek yogurt and egg whites add extra protein and are used instead of your regular oil and eggs. With just ten minutes of prep time and twenty minutes needed to cook, you’ll love adding this recipe into your collection and impressing your friends and family with this low-calorie treat.
There are so many great recipe options for almond flour blueberry muffins, and as with any baking, you can simply add different toppings and fillings to suit your desired taste. These blueberry muffins are all ideal for meal prepping, so you can save a batch of muffins in the freezer for those days when you are short of time and need breakfast to enjoy on the go.