This easy Keto English Muffin Recipe cooks in just 90 seconds in the microwave and has those classic English Muffin nooks and crannies that we love! Toast it and then top it with butter and jam for the perfect keto bread.
The jam in these photos is my Sugar Free Strawberry Jam, but made with frozen raspberries instead of strawberries.
The prospect of a warm breakfast is sometimes the only thing that can coax me out of my cozy bed on a frigid winter morning.
But then reality hits and the thought of actually having to make a hot meal at an ungodly hour is enough to make me hit snooze for the next 30 minutes, lol.
That’s when it’s handy to have a few tricks up your sleeve, such as this 90 second keto bread!
You can eat this like a muffin or slice and toast it to make it into a keto English muffin.
The Best Keto English Muffin Recipe
This little muffin recipe is such a gem! It uses a combination of almond flour and golden flaxseed meal and even has an egg for added protein.
The recipe here is for the sweet version (which is only just slightly sweet) and uses stevia to keep the carbs down.
To make this keto microwave muffin into a keto English muffin, just slice it horizontally and toast the slices!
Alternatively, eat it as-is like a muffin. It’s delicious topped with a pat of butter!
90 Second Keto Bread
This recipe is for the famous 90 second keto bread!
But let’s be honest, it takes about 30 seconds to whip up the batter and 90 seconds to cook and then time to toast, so I feel like 2 to 3 minutes is a more accurate way to describe it.
Easy Variations on This Microwave Muffin
For the Non-Keto Version
If keeping this recipe keto isn’t a concern, you can omit the stevia and instead add 1 tablespoon coconut sugar.
Or omit the stevia and add 1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup and reduce the milk to 1 tablespoon.
For the Savory Version
This keto muffin in a mug is easy to make savory! Skip the stevia and add a pinch of onion powder and some chopped fresh herbs, such as rosemary or thyme, or aromatics like chives or scallions.
Keto Bread Cookbook
Our goal with this cookbook was to make keto baking easy and straightforward enough for anyone. We have keto bread-like items, including waffles, pancakes, crepes, pie crusts, sub rolls, crackers, and the list goes on!
More Keto and Low Carb Bread Recipes to Make
- Low Carb Biscuits (Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits Copycat)
- Low Carb Rye Bread
- Keto Buns
- Homemade Fluffy White Bread Recipe (Almost Zero Carb Bread)
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Keto English Muffin Recipe (90 Second Keto Bread in the Microwave)
- Whisk together all ingredients in a microwave-safe mug until well combined.
- Microwave until cooked, about 1 minute, 30 seconds on high in a 1000W microwave.
- Serve as-is to eat it like a muffin.
- To eat it as an English muffin, slice in half or in thirds horizontally and toast the slices.
- Net Carbs: 4g per serving
- Make Ahead: To help this come together even quicker in the morning, you could pre-mix the dry ingredients (almond flour, flaxseed meal, baking powder, stevia, and salt). Store the dry ingredients in a glass jar so in the morning you just have to mix in the wet ingredients and microwave it.
- Paleo Version: Use canned unswetened full-fat coconut milk.
- To Make This Savory Instead of Sweet: Skip the stevia and add a pinch of onion powder and some chopped fresh herbs, such as rosemary or thyme, or aromatics like chives or scallions.
- The jam in these photos is my Sugar Free Strawberry Jam, but made with frozen raspberries instead of strawberries.
This post was first published on An Edible Mosaic on January 11, 2017. I updated it with new photos and more information on June 25, 2020.
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