Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins Paleo

blueberry paleo almond flour muffinsThis morning, I made some blueberry almond flour muffins! I was surprised with how well they turned out! I used Paleoaholic’s recipe for blackberry paleo muffins. I love the taste of the almond flour over the regular flour which is surprising. The texture was perfect and the muffins were moist! I’m all about a low carb/high protein breakfast muffin! These are perfect for breakfast, pre-workouts, or even dessert!



  • 2 cups almond flour
  • 4 eggs, 3 packets stevia in the raw
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  •  2 cups blueberries. 
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. In a medium bowl mix baking soda and almond flour
  3. In a mixing bowl combine eggs, stevia, and vinegar
  4. Combine both until combined and add the berries
  5. Using a ¼ cup scoop out batter into a paper lined a muffin pan
  6. Bake for 15min or until slightly browned

Original Recipe Found Here


  • Jeanmarie

    Use almond blanch flour it has more cohesiveness.

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  • Mike

    Just made these..pretty awesome!

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  • Taralynn McNitt

    Hi, Donna! It has to be almond flour. The meal won’t give you the same texture as almond flour.

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  • Dina

    They were delicious!!!

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  • Ana

    I used a Nutrition Calculator for the recipe, I know I really wanted to see the Nutritional info with this as well.
    Calories 62
    Total fat: 3.9g
    Saturated fat: 0.6g
    Cholesterol: 55mg
    Sodium: 73mg
    Total Carbohydrates: 4.6g
    Dietary Fiber: 1.1g
    Total sugars: 2.7g
    Protein: 3g
    Hope this helps!

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    • Anonymous

      Thank you
      I needed the carbs per muffin

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    • Anonymous

      Super helpful, thanks!

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    • Christel

      Hi which almond flour are you using? or how many muffins this recipe is for ? I’m wondering because when I calculated the calories with a scan nutrition calculator, it showed up 158 calories 12g fat, Carb 7g, and 6g prot

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  • Cristina Stewart

    Do you have the nutrition info for this recipe? I am doing the Keto diet and I made these w walnuts and want to put the info in my app to keep track! Thank you!

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  • Anonymous

    Absolutely delicious!

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  • Laura

    I took a few liberties with the recipe and added coconut flour and greek yogurt. Yum! Probably didn’t need it but Greek yogurt is a staple in all my baking. It turned out amazing.

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  • Karen M.

    Very good recipe! I didn’t have stevia on hand so substituted less than a quarter cup of maple syrup. I also found that two cups of blueberries were way too much for my taste I doubled the other ingredients. Delicious! I decided to make a batch with no sweetener, also very good! Thank you so much! It is now in the rotation!

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  • Olivia

    Thanks to this recipe now I have an idea what to do with my almond flour at home. Almond flour is healthier than wheat. I’m really excited to bake and eat wholesome food.

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  • Gracious Store

    Yummy, a good recipe to try

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  • Kristin C

    I’ve never baked with apple-cider vinegar, but I just bought some (for my skin, which is working quite well) so I can use it to make this recipe too, haha.

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    • Anna

      Same here! It sounds like a cool recipe. Almond flour has so much more flavor than white or even wheat flour. It’s so buttery…Mmm! These look great!

      Reply to Anna
  • Emily Weir

    I need to give these a try! I’ve been looking for a new breakfast option to mix it up. Any estimate on what the calories are for one?

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  • ML Bishop

    Looks rad- I’m going to try making these with chopped strawberries.

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      perfect season for it!

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      • Amanda N Wedgewood

        Hi, I dont use or have stevia! I have pure cane maple syrup, pure cane sugar, local raw honey or unsweetened apple sauce. Will any of these make a good substitute for the Stevia? I am new to clean living and eating. Thank you for your time and reply! Amanda

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  • Kendall

    I love recipes with almond flour. I made your chocolate chip cookies and they were scrumptious.

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  • Linda @ The Fitty

    Aw yeah, al about that low carb life 🙂

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  • Cassie

    It’s gonna be hard not eating all of them 😉

    Reply to Cassie

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