Quick Paleo English Muffins

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Quick Paleo English Muffins.  Grain free and low carb / beautyandthefoodie.com

Quick Paleo English Muffins. Grain free and low carb / beautyandthefoodie.com

  These are a low carb life saver in the morning. I am so happy with these Quick Paleo English Muffins, they make life, and my way of eating so much easier.  They can be be made with different options for different diet restrictions. And each way I’ve tried them, they are still tasty. So versatile too. I can use them for English muffin with nut or seed butter, egg muffin sandwich, or even English muffin pizzas. They can be made in microwave or baked in the oven. The pan toasting is very important to give the proper texture and taste. I have made them, then pan toasted them,  and then froze them in the freezer. I let them cool after pan toasting, and I put a piece of parchment paper between each half, then placed them in a zippered freezer bag, and put them into the freezer. Take out night before needed, and defrost in fridge. Or you can take out of freezer when needed and defrost in microwave for a few seconds, mine took 25 seconds. Then pan toast again, or put in toaster oven (not a toaster) for a few seconds. If you are baking these in the oven (not the microwave) and going to quadruple the recipe and make a larger batch to freeze, like many viewers do, then I recommend using these English Muffin Baking Rings on an oiled baking sheet. Click photo below for where to buy English muffin baking rings.


Quick Paleo English Muffins pinstructions. Grain free and low carb / beautyandthefoodie.com

Quick Paleo English Muffins pinstructions. Grain free and low carb / beautyandthefoodie.com


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Quick Paleo English Muffins
4.6 from 36 reviews
Recipe type: Paleo, grain free, gluten free, low carb
Cuisine: Low Carb Paleo
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Cook time:
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Serves: 1
Paleo and low carb English muffins, grain free.
  • 1 Egg, beaten
  • 1 Tbsp Milk of Choice: unsweetened Coconut Milk or Almond Milk, or organic half and half.
  • 1 Tbsp Coconut Flour, where to buy coconut flour
  • ½ Tbsp Melted grass Fed Butter or Coconut Oil, melted
  • ⅛ Tsp Baking Soda mixed with ¼ Tsp Apple Cider Vinegar in separate pinch bowl ( this replaces baking powder), or can use ½ tsp baking powder
  • ⅛ Tsp GF Vanilla Extract * optional, I omit if I'm making something savory like an egg sandwich.
  • ¼ Tsp Honey or ( 6 drops liquid Stevia for low carb) * Optional, can omit sweetener, but use full fat canned coconut milk for milk of choice.
  • 1 Pinch Sea Salt * optional
  1. Melt the butter or oil in a round, glass or ceramic ramekin ( I used a 3½ inch, 6 ounce ramekin).
  2. In a separate pinch bowl, mix baking soda and apple cider vinegar together ( it will be very fizzy and bubbly) Set aside.
  3. Add all the rest of ingredients to the ramekin, and whisk or stir with a fork very briskly.
  4. Add the baking Soda- cider vinegar mixture to the ramekin, and stir in well.
  5. Stir, scraping sides , until clump free, may have to stab at some stubborn clumps.
  6. Cook in Microwave for 1 minute and 30 Seconds, or can Bake in the oven at 400 F for 12 to 15 minutes, until middle is firm.
  7. Take a knife between the bowl and muffin and slide around to loosen edges.
  8. Cool enough to handle, then remove from bowl, and cut in half sideways.
  9. Toast in a buttered or oiled frying pan, until lightly browned on each side ( like a pancake) this is an important step, do not skip.
  10. Use a spatula to press the tops of muffins lightly down while pan toasting ( as seen in photo above).
Serving size: entire recipe Calories: 220 Fat: 18 g Carbohydrates: 5 g / Net Carbs: 2.5 g Sugar: 1 g Fiber: 2.5 g Protein: 8 g
Best when toasted in buttered or oiled fry pan. A toaster oven might be okay, but not a regular toaster. These are great with butter and honey, almond butter or sunflower seed butter, and egg muffin sandwich, or even a mini pizza.


Update: Fellow, low carb foodie, blogger,and friend, DJFoodie has created an extra special, low carb treat with these called: OMM French Toast. Would make  a wonderful breakfast on a lazy Sunday. Check out his fun recipe & awesome blog at: French Toast


    • says

      Nandi, I have never used tapioca flour. But I do have some, and might try it out in this. I have no idea what the ratio is. Will let you know if I figure it out.

  1. Danielle says

    This didn’t turn out for me at all. When I took it out of the microwave it was the consistency of an omelette.

  2. Pattyg says

    Used these for bacon and egg sandwiches this morning, so good! Could almond flour be subbed? Any idea hiw much if I do try subbing it?

  3. Alina says

    I am looking forward to trying this recipe!
    Question: Is it 1 heaping tbsp or flat ( I run the side of knife over the spoon to make it flat). Or something in between :)
    Thank you.

  4. Tani says

    I tried making these this morning for breakfast and they were delicious. I got 2 out of the recipe. I put in one ramekin for 1.3 min, and 1 for 1 min in the microwave. The one with less time in the microwave was a bit better. Then I toasted one, and put the other one in pan where i had just made bacon. Both were So good! And incredibly easy. Thank you so much for this recipe.

  5. Carol says

    Hi, I tried this recipe this morning and although it looked great, it tasted very salty even tho I didn’t add any. Any suggestions why that might be?

    • says

      Carol, I have not had that happen, but maybe using unsalted butter (if your using butter in it) may help. Otherwise it could possibly be a little too much baking soda maybe?

      • Carol says

        Thanx Stacey I’ll give it another try. I’m new to no carbs. And not the best in the kitchen so this recipe seems great cos it’s so quick.

  6. Kathryn says

    Hi !

    I was looking for bread recipes and stumbled on this and thought I’d give it a try right now. I do not eat eggs so I used a flax egg and it smells delicious! I may even try to make a loaf out of it , thanks so much; my creative juices are going :D

  7. Cristina S says

    Thank you!! This recipe worked out perfectly and satisfied my urge for bread!! It’s even ‘child’ approved. My 6 yr old son loved it. Yay! Thanks again!

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