Mini Pizza Muffins


These low carb savory mini muffins are chock full of pepperoni and mozzarella and very kid-friendly. Dip them in sugar-free marinara sauce for a real pizza flavor.

Low Carb Mini Pizza MuffinsSo friends, what have I got for you today? Well, I’ve got these adorable little savoury muffins, for one thing. For another, I find I’ve got very little to say. Which, depending on your viewpoint, could be a good thing or a bad thing. If you come here for the chit chat, the funny anecdotes or to escape for a moment from your own life, I am afraid I am going to disappoint today. I can’t seem to get my mind moving in that regard. And as much as this blog is about expressing my own creativity, it also provides a service. A recipe service. If I held off on posting a recipe just because my mind was blank and I couldn’t get the creative juices flowing, I am quite sure there would be absolute mutiny. You want your 3 or 4 healthy low carb recipes a week, come hell or high water! And I have recipes aplenty, I just have nothing to say about them at the moment.

A blogger friend recently joked that sometimes he just wanted to write something like: This is yummy! Go to your kitchen and make it! That’s how I feel right about now. I am home from a week’s vacation and it’s always hard to get back into the swing of things. Plus the mountains of laundry staring me in the face don’t make it any easier. So I am going to cut this one short, spare you the blathering on about how I have nothing to say and just say this:

These little mini muffins are yummy! Go to your kitchen and make them! Your kids will thank you!

‘Nuff said.

Please see my Mini Pizza Muffin recipe on A Sweet Life Diabetes Magazine.

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  1. Kate Koger says

    Get in my belly – NOW!!!!! These are so going on my list of must makes for the kids pack up lunches when they start back at school in a week and a halfs time!! Yay!! Thanks Carolyn!! xx

  2. Holli says

    The pizza muffins look very yummy. I want to eat them right now! I am sure we would definitely forgive you if you didn’t come up with the maximum amount of recipes, after all you do it because you love it and you have a gift to do it. It’s comforting when you share your, our common life imperfections.

  3. says

    If only I could reach through my computer monitor, I’d grab those muffins and stuff my face with them. I get what you mean about not having much to say. Some days are just like that, and it’s just okay.

  4. says

    I just had to try these.. and they are okay – but whenever I try to make something savory with almond flour it ends up tasting a bit like marcipan! Should I try another brand of fat reduced almond flour? (There aren’t many to choose from here in Denmark) Or is it just the way it is with almond flour?

    • Carolyn says

      I remember someone else from Northern Europe saying that almond flour there is a very different thing, that it’s not just ground almonds but is more like almond paste. In the US, almond flour truly is just ground almonds, although it can vary in terms of how finely ground it is. You might actually be better off buying some blanched almonds and trying to grind them yourself. They won’t get as fine, but they should taste a bit better.

  5. Mel says

    Made these last night. They were good, but didn’t hold together well. I omitted the whey protein so that might have had something to do with it. Tasty though and very easy to make.

    • Carolyn says

      Many people think I use whey to up the protein content but that’s not true. Gluten is a protein, and in its absence, additional powdered protein can really help things rise and hold together.

  6. Brenda says

    These little breads are awesome! They are good hot or cold, by themselves or with soup, chili, cheese & pickles…… and they freeze really well. They also held up well and have great texture and look just like your picture! I’ve started putting a few in my purse when I eat out – that way I don’t feel left out when my friends and family are eating the restaurant’s inferior breads. They are now competing with Orange Cranberry Drop Scones for my favorite Dreamy recipe. Thank you!

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