Check out this copycat sausage egg muffin recipe!
We’ve all been there–it’s a busy morning, you’re scrambling to get out the door, and a drive-thru doesn’t sound half bad. The problem? Fast food isn’t exactly known for its keto-friendly options. Add to the mix that you’re really in the mood for a sausage egg muffin and the chances of you finding a low carb option becomes even less likely. That’s exactly why you need to check out this amazing copycat version of a delicious sausage egg muffin!
Coconut flour, flaxseed, and baking soda come together to create that muffin-like texture that you’re going for. The good news is that you won’t be able to tell the difference AND it has much fewer carbs. Making smart adjustments like this really go a long way in making sure that you keep it keto-friendly while also curing those cravings.
So often, people assume that following a certain diet means that they have to totally eliminate their favorite foods. That’s simply not true! Instead, focus on making small changes that decrease the carbs and keep the same great flavor!
I know what you’re thinking–you wonder if this recipe is really a time-saver. The truth is, it only takes 10 minutes from start to finish to make this tasty sausage egg muffin. That’s less time than it’ll take to drive to an establishment, order your food, and wait for it to be handed to you. Instead, whip up your very own version at home and save yourself some time and carbs!
Try this recipe today and don’t forget to tell your family and friends! Everybody needs this time-saving and delicious recipe in their life.
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