collagen peptide powder to the recipe to make this muffin a little on the heavier side. Of course, if you also want to add some crunch to it, I recommend topping it with some walnuts (or you fave type of nuts) before putting it in the oven.Learn more about the benefits of collagen peptide powders HERE.I hope your protein muffins turn out as scrumptious as mine did. Don’t be shy, let me know in the comments below! Enjoy.X.o.Just because you’re staying low carb doesn’t mean you can’t have a yummy treat! These brownie protein muffins will rock your world AND it’s flourless. That’s right, it’s delicious and packs a protein punch that you can easily eat on the go.Who doesn’t like muffins?! I know I love it especially for breakfast, but all the regular premade muffins out there are full of sugar and so not low carb. I’m so glad I found a keto & paleo friendly recipe and who knew that bananas with cocoa powder can create such a delicious treat? And for an extra umph, I added a few scoops of
Low Carb Brownie Protein Muffins Ingredients
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- Line a 6 count muffin tin with liners or if using a silicone pan, brush with olive oil.
- Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl and blend until smooth.
- Pour mixture into muffin tin until full.
- Bake for 12 – 15 minutes.