Ah, the delight of sugar free muffin recipes.
Although you might consider them a dessert, I consider them incredible. Muffins are a breed of their own.
Like the Frank Zappa song "The Muffin Man" says:
"There is naught nor ought there be nothing so exalted on the face of gods Grey Earth as that prince of foods... the muffin!"
And I agree.
With my recipes, you can be assured that I'll always use 100% natural ingredients, so you never have to worry about whether or not the ingredients I recommend are safe for you.
And don't worry, I don't use any of those nasty artificial sweeteners. In fact, I even wrote an article on The Danger Of Splenda. I highly recommend you avoid it when making your Sugar Free Recipes.
It's important to understand the fundamentals of what a muffin is for my sugar free philosophy to work.
I'll state it a million times:
"If you understand the basics of any ingredient or food item, you can then substitute each and every part you can't eat, until you have created a safe, alternative recipe".
Most Muffins generally have at least a base of the following ingredients:
Of course, I always use different Sugar Substitutes to replace the sugar in the muffins
And for the milk I use Almond Milk, or Coconut Milk.
With those substitutions in place, we are now able to start making our very own muffins.
Speaking of my very own muffin recipes...
I'm very, very excited about my sugar free healthy breakfast muffins. Especially for people who can't always think of something to eat every morning, these will hit the spot!
Best combined with a morning fruit/yogurt/agave smoothie. I use honey sometimes, but it's typically higher glycemic and not great for diabetics, so if that's you you'll want to use agave instead.
These Chocolate Sugar Free Muffins are easy to make and sure to impress anyone who gives them a taste.
The fruit in these Sugar Free Blueberry Muffins can really sweeten up your experience with them.
Similar to the blueberry muffins, is my Sugar Free Apple Muffins. The recipe is very similar (with the obvious change of fruit). This is a variation on my previous recipe for Apple Muffins.
This simple Sugar Free Bran Muffin Recipe is a perfect and simple recipe that you will want to make time and time again.
Although there are many ingredients to contend with, my Sugar Free Pumpkin Muffins are more delicious and delectable than you could expect from a sugar free recipe.
Another fairly simple (and very natural) recipe is my Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Muffins. They are so natural you will think that you grew them on a vine!
You'll never expect that a zucchini could make such delicious Sugar Free Zucchini Muffins, but as usual I'm sure you will be impressed with the quality of these muffins.
My simple Sugar Free Chocolate Muffin Recipe is as basic as it gets. You won't even need to add in chocolate chips! (although you can if you please)
You'll never get the taste of my Sugar Free Cranberry Muffins out of your mouth (well, until the next recipe of mine that you try!).
I think even Frank Zappa will agree with the quality of these Sugar Free Cherry Muffins, so I'll bet you will too!
My Favorite Fruit in the whole world! You have to try my Sugar Free Mango Muffins, as it puts my favorite fruit inside of my favorite dessert! You can't go wrong with that!
Too much Pineapple will make your tongue sore. But too much of my Sugar Free Pineapple Muffins will stop you right in your tracks!
Agave Nectar will really help to make my Sugar Free Rhubarb Muffins as sweet as possible. I'm sure you'll love them, just give 'em a chance!
"Going to the country, goin' to eat a lot of peaches"? Well you don't have to now. Just try my Sugar Free Peach Muffin Recipe from the comfort of your own home. No trip to the country required!
These Californian Sugar Free Strawberry Muffins are as fresh as the strawberries you use to make them!
One REALLY basic recipe is my Sugar Free Corn Muffins. And you won't even need real corn! Cornmeal will suffice.
You can make these Sugar Free Butternut Squash Muffins even better by adding in some Pumpkin Spice, which will really give it a much more Zesty flavor!
Yes I realize these Sugar Free Morning Glory Muffins are stuffed full of great ingredients, but it's still as simple as any other recipe to make!
With just the ingredients you will likely have on-hand in your kitchen (plus agave), you should be able to make these Sugar Free Cinnamon Muffins!
The Orange Zest in these Sugar Free Raspberry Muffins makes it tasty for as many servings as you can eat!
A little bit of Applesauce will really help make these Sugar Free Oat Bran Muffins, not to mention it will save you a bit of money on Agave Nectar!
A great, wet Agave Nectar topping helps to make my Sugar Free Orange Muffins moist and delicious.
Even with it being Sugar Free, these Sugar Free Carrot Muffins, still hold a big taste that meets up to the standard of a normal; non-sugar-free recipe!
Lemon Zest is just the addition that you'll need to make my Sugar Free Lemon Muffins perfect for any dessert-like occasion.
Using Unsweetened Applesauce, you can make these incredible Sugar Free Applesauce Muffins.
These plain Sugar Free Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins will allow you to put whatever topping you choose on them, leaving an ultimate amount of flexibility for you!
The grated orange zest in my Sugar Free Cranberry Orange Muffins gives it just the spice up that muffins of these sort would need.
The magic baking powder in these Sugar Free Blueberry Banana Muffins can really bring out the light and fluffy nature of the muffins.
You'll need some quick-cooking oats to make my Sugar Free Oatmeal Blueberry Muffins.
Using fine-ground yellow cornmeal we can make my great breakfast Sugar Free Cornmeal Muffins.
Whether you pick the blackberries fresh in the summer, or just buy them from the store, you won't be disappointed by my Sugar Free Blackberry Muffins.
What is the perfect Sunday afternoon activity for you and your kids to bond over? How about baking my Sugar Free Banana Muffins Recipe?
I've made a 2nd variation of my Sugar Free Squash Muffins Recipe, so you can test this one out (If you didn't like the first one that I had above!)
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