Moist and Delicious Banana Nut Muffins – Low Carb Keto Banana Bread

Moist and Delicious Banana Nut Muffins – Low Carb Keto Banana Bread

Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present
one of the best low carbohydrate banana muffins you’ll ever try. With just under two and
a half net carbohydrates per muffin, and an incredible balance of texture and taste,
it’s a wonderful way to begin your morning or end your day. Let’s get
started. To a large mixing bowl, add one and a
half cups of almond flour; a granulated sugar substitute equal to one and a half
cups of regular sugar; one teaspoon of baking powder; just a bit of baking soda;
some salt; two teaspoons of ground cinnamon; and just a bit of xanthan gum.
Mix with a whisk to combine. Add to the dry ingredients, two large beaten eggs;
some melted butter; and for a little more fat, some heavy cream. Mix well until
everything is incorporated. Add 3/4 of a cup of chopped walnuts and mix that in
as well. Now instead of using real bananas, we’re gonna use real banana
extract. This will give us the banana flavor we want without all the carbohydrates.
When everything is mixed together, line a muffin pan with paper liners and add
the batter to the cups. Using a two spoon method seems to work best for me. When
the batter has been equally divided, top the muffins with the remaining walnuts –
just a little on each. Place the muffins in the middle of a preheated 350°F oven for about 25 to 30 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. When they’re
done, let cool in the pan for about 5 to 10 minutes; then carefully remove the
muffins and let cool completely out of the pan. I’m not kidding when I say these are
truly the best low carbohydrate banana muffins you’ll ever try. Soft, moist, and simply
delicious. There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate banana nut muffins. All the
banana bread taste without all the carbohydrates. I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did,
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Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time!

46 thoughts on “Moist and Delicious Banana Nut Muffins – Low Carb Keto Banana Bread

  1. Looks yummy! Who said you can't have banana bread or muffins on keto? That is one thing I miss. I used to make banana-nut bread frequently before I went keto. I never thought of banana extract, what a wonderful idea!

  2. Oh yes yes!! I am thrilled to get a new muffin recipe. I been waiting on a really good low carb banana nut recipe and I knows yours will be fantastic. Making these next week. I keep a muffin recipe made and frozen in my freezer each week. So yours is on my to do list next!! Thanks Papa G.!! Hugs!

  3. Just the smell of this baking alone is worth making it! I fed this to my family but didn't tell them it was keto until after they exclaimed how delicious it was. They couldn't believe it. Also I made mine in a loaf pan as I didn't have muffin paper cups and it came out beautifully.

  4. I made these and they came out kinda soft in the middle, I think I should of baked them longer but I was scared to burn them. I'll be making this again today but in a bunt pan

  5. These smell delicious. I don’t know if we can wait until they cool…lol. I had to modify because I found the infamous ‘someone’ put the empty banana extract bottle back empty so I decreased the artificial sweetener slightly to account for the sweetness of the 1Tbs of zero carb banana syrup shaken in the extract bottle and used in its place. I expect them to probably be a bit sweeter than your recipe and more of a banana essence than true banana flavor. However, if they taste as good as they smell, hubby will be a happy camper.

  6. Hi papag can you please try some coconut flour recepies as almond flour is so expensive in my country 😭

  7. amazing , thanks a lot papa g's , my first ever success baking try , it was delicious and it is really best banana muffin , I would if i add a raw banana to the recipe , do i need to change ingredients or quantity ?

  8. Papa G, what would I do without you? I made this recipe today, the batter is so beautiful and dense, the xanthan gum adds a great texture and they taste amazing. This recipe is a keeper. Thank you for sharing.

  9. Hi Papa. First of all I love your recipes which is why I subbed you. I'm going to try this one as I am a huge banana lover but have been avoiding the actual fruit as we all know they are high sugar and I am watching my carbs. They look fabulously delicious and I didn't realize that banana extract had no carbs. This is good news! Thank you for sharing these awesome recipes!

  10. Made this today and although I accidentally burnt them a littleeee bit, they taste absolutely amazing!! So glad I chose this recipe

  11. I made these today and just NOW took a taste: FANTASTIC TASTE! It is really amazing how these are low carb. I DID use Xylitol because that's what i had on hand and I also poured it in a loaf pan lined with parchment paper because I didn't have cupcake cups so it needed to cook about 50 minutes total but you have upped my meal plans a lot lately…Thank you so much for your recipes Papa G!

  12. The first time I made these I didn't have cupcake papers so I poured it into a loaf pan; It came out good but you could tell the batter seemed a tad wet and dense…I made these again yesterday using cupcake papers like you show and they came out superb! I'm not sharing these with any of my kids since they don't believe in low carb/ keto living even though their old man has lost over 40 pounds living this way…but then again, what do I know? LOL!

  13. Hey Papa G! I made these again this morning and they all fell in; I'm sure that won't affect the taste but any ideas why they may of did that? They were rising like mountains…did I do them too long; 'bout 30 minutes like you said? Just curious if you might know why. God Bless you Papa G!

  14. Hi Papa G! I wanted to let you know that these are also doable in an Instant Pot using egg bite molds. They came out like a cross between banana walnut bread and brownies. Moist and a bit denser. The entire recipe fits in 2 silicone egg bite mold (total 14). Baked in the oven or in the Instant Pot, Your recipe is the best LC banana walnut recipe I have ever found. Thank you for sharing.

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