I Baked the Blueberry Muffins From the Southern Keto Cookbook & Here’s My Review

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holding keto blueberry muffin

Ready to do some keto baking?!

If you’re interested in making some comforting blueberry muffins that also happen to be keto- listen up! I am currently reading our Hip2Keto book club selection this month titled Southern Keto by Natasha Newton, and I’m happy to report it does not disappoint.

I am just loving the easy to follow keto recipes using simple ingredients included in this cookbook!

ingredients for blueberry muffins

The first recipe I tried from Southern Keto were these yummy almond flour blueberry muffins. I loved the easy process and results. The sour cream really makes them moist, and I love any chance I can to incorporate Swerve, one of my favorite keto sweeteners.

keto blueberry muffins from Southern Keto Cookbook

If you are craving traditional high-carb baked goods, this will do the trick. There’s nothing like a batch of fresh, homemade blueberry muffins. 😋

blueberry muffin batter

Hip Recipe Tips:

    • Next time, I want to try adding some lemon extract or fresh lemon zest as a fun variation with blueberries!
    • As the author mentions in her cookbook, use a silicone muffin pan to avoid sticking. If not, make sure to use cupcake liners, as these were a bit fragile, yet still tasted amazing!
    • Make sure your baking powder isn’t expired, as I know that is a common reason why some keto recipes don’t rise when baking.

filling silicone muffin pan with batter

keto blueberry muffins in a silicone pan

These blueberry are perfectly sweetened and delicious!

I was super impressed, and was excited to eat them. They are a perfect way to wake up with a cup of coffee to enjoy as well. I’m looking forward to reading and making more recipes from Southern Keto!

Have you made these muffins? Share with us in the comments your thoughts!

keto blueberry muffins on a plate

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Comments 18

  1. Allie

    These muffins are amazing! I make them every week. I found that the texture is best with Swerve confectioner’s sweetener as opposed to Lankato monk fruit. While they had a certain sugar-like crispiness to the edges with monk fruit sweetener, they were significantly more crumbly and fell apart more easily. I also add two tablespoons of melted butter. While this is probably not necessary. I do like the finished product this way. Also, don’t overdo the blueberry amount. They hold together best when you stick to the recommended quantity. Watch the time needed for your oven, as mine tend to be done sooner than the stated time in the recipe.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing Allie!

    • cassfpc

      Anyone have any other sugar substitute other than the fake sugar or stivia they give me migraines

  2. Kathy Jones

    Can you post the recipe or a link to it? Thanks 😀

    • brookets

      Yes, it’s great to have the recipe or maybe post at the top that the recipe isn’t included to save time. I would rather not click if it’s not included.

  3. brookets

    Is there a recipe? If not, it might be helpful to put that in the tag line. I would rather save my time and not click the link if there’s no recipe. Thanks!

  4. Jackie Miller

    Hi I can’t find the recipe. Will you make it obvious for me?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      The recipe is copyrighted so I cannot put it here for you. You can find it in this cookbook: https://amzn.to/33LhN4m

  5. jenniferruhlman

    🙁 I’m so sad the recipe isn’t here. I understand the copyright issue – just disappointed is all.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      So sorry about that. Thanks so much for your feedback. Hope you enjoy it if you decide to grab the cookbook!

  6. Dana

    Not cool No recipe

  7. danabee

    I love these muffins. Added lemon oil and some lemon rind. Making them every week. Southern Keto is my favorite keto cookbook so far.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great idea! Thanks for letting us know!

  8. aztawn

    Great review and tips! It seems people don’t understand this is a review of a recipe from a cookbook. It would be illegal for you to post the recipe without explicit permission by the cookbook author. So… I completely understand not posting the recipe because it’s copyrighted and very much appreciate you providing the link to the actual cookbook it came from. That’s awesome!!! Thanks!!!

    • Angie (Hip2Keto Sidekick)

      Hi there! Thank you for your kind feedback. I have this cook book too & love it. We try to review things before we recommend them so we appreciate your understanding ❤

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