I tested this Keto Raspberry Lemonade Muffins recipe close to a zillion times. That’s because I had to make sure it was perfect for you. Y’all were so sweet on Instagram. I love how you cheered me on with your encouraging comments over there!
Those of you who’ve followed me here for some time know that’s how I am. I get very obsessive when it comes to testing recipes for you. Fans say that’s why my easy low-carb recipes work every time.
Now I have the perfect Keto Raspberry Lemonade Muffins recipe for you that’s made with 8 ingredients total. Creating the easiest recipes ever is a standard part of my testing process. I eliminate as many steps as I can while creating the best flavor profile for you with the most nutritious ingredients.
The perfect example of that is my keto Almond Flour Muffins made with 5 ingredients total. This fantastic keto muffin recipe is a staple in our home. Readers tell me they like to spice it up with different add-ins. I haven’t tried that but love hearing all the stories from you.
When it comes to the Keto Diet and Elana’s Pantry, it all started with my healthy almond flour recipes. I created this blog in 2006 to share them with you and shortly thereafter wrote the The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook. Eliminating wheat flour and other high-carb gluten-free ingredients like rice flour would turn out to be the key to creating my healthy low-carb recipes.
Fast forward to my low-carb life now and these keto-friendly muffins. For this recipe, like so many of my others, almond flour produces the perfect crumb. Sweetened with stevia, my favorite keto sweetener, and flavored with raspberries and lemon zest, this incredible keto muffins recipe is one of our favorites.
I like ’em sliced in half, toasted and smothered in ghee. They’re also a fabulous keto snack to go. Back when he worked in an actual office, I loved packing these as a healthy treat for Mr. Pantry.
You can throw my healthy Keto Raspberry Muffins recipe together in under 5 minutes! Are there days that you crave the perfumed aroma of freshly baked muffins? Easy Keto Raspberry Lemonade Muffins are the answer to your low-carb diet baking prayers and are just another one of my fabulous recipes with almond flour.
My favorite keto flour of all time is almond flour. I’ve been using it for around two decades now. Coconut flour is another fantastic keto flour for your low-carb high-fat (LCHF) diet. These muffins call for almond flour, if you’re on a Nut-Free Diet you will want to try my Nut-Free Blueberry Muffins.
So, now that we know that both coconut flour and almond flour are excellent keto flours, let’s talk about how to use them in recipes. First, I’m often asked can I use coconut flour in place of almond flour and vice versa. Sadly the answer is no, that won’t work unless you do some adapting and testing.
I’m a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to baking, which is a much more precise science than cooking. For more information on coconut flour versus almond flour check out my article on The Best Flours for Low-Carb Baking. And for the best low-carb, keto baking recipes take a look at my Quarantine Low-Carb Baking article which features everything from Keto Orange Cake to Low-Carb Carrot Cake and more.
In addition to choosing the best low-carb flour, finding the right sweetener can be one of the most challenging aspects of the Keto Diet. There are so many options! That’s why I’ve written an article called What’s the Best Sweetener for the Keto Diet.
Those of us with leaky gut or autoimmune disorders like Multiple Sclerosis and Celiac Disease find that we do best avoiding corn-based sweeteners like erythritol. Corn can be a very toxic and inflammatory food for people battling inflammation and can be extremely harmful to those suffering from gut dysbiosis, a fancy term for a digestive system that is out of balance.
That’s why I primarily use stevia in this recipe and my other Low-Carb Diet recipes. I do have one exception for you, it’s an amazing keto recipe that I cannot eat, but that my family absolutely adores. That would be my Keto Brownies.
Finding easy keto snack recipes that work every time can be quite a challenge when you’re recipe hunting on the internet. If that’s an issue for you, you’ll want to try my Keto Bread, or better yet my Keto Blueberry Lemon Bread.
I have plenty of low-carb keto drink recipes for you that go super well with these low-carb raspberry lemonade muffins. They’re such a wonderful keto breakfast on the go, and also the perfect keto dessert with a cup of piping hot Dandelion Coffee, or frozen keto coffee, which I call the Ketoccino. Other times, I like drinking low-carb, dairy-free milk with my treats, if you do too, you’ll want to check out my article called, What’s the Best Milk for Keto.
If you’re in the mood for the spectacular combination of berries and lemon, there’s nothing better than my sugar-free Strawberry Lemonade, made with 3 ingredients. I decided that riffing on that flavor combination would make a fabulous raspberry lemonade muffin. These are so scrumptious and such a great comfort food that they’re a Keto Diet staple for us.
Feel free to spike the sugar-free lemonade recipe above with your favorite low-carb alcohol, or jump straight to my sugar-free Keto Margarita Recipe which is super simple to make and has a secret ingredient that will detox you while you retox with tequila. It’s all about balance, isn’t it?! And if you’re in need of more detoxification make my Turmeric Mint Lemonade.
I’m curious to hear how many of you are following a Keto Diet or other type of special diet. Leave a comment and let me know what you can and cannot eat, and what your food restrictions are, and why. I’m all ears.
Do you have questions about the Keto Diet? Or any other type of special diet? I began studying health and nutrition in 1993 and have decades of knowledge to share with you here. Please let me know what you want to learn and how I can be of help on your healing journey.
This recipe is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first shared this recipe in April 2018.