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Banana Nut Muffins with Cream Cheese Frosting

The banana bread recipe you love, now in a DELICIOUS little muffin with cream cheese frosting!

Ingredients for the muffins:
4 tbps softened butter
¾ cup erythritol or other sugar substitute
3½ oz cream cheese, softened
1 tsp vanilla extract
4 eggs
1½ tsp banana extract
1¼ cup almond flour (sesame seed flour for a nut free option)
1 tsp baking powder
¼ tsp of salt
1½ cups preferred nuts, chopped

Instructions
Preheat oven to 300°F.
In a large bowl, beat the butter with the sugar substitute until well incorporated.
Add cream cheese and vanilla. Mix well. Add the eggs one at a time, mixing well after each. Add banana extract.
Add all dry ingredients until well combined.
Add chopped nuts to the batter then pour into lined muffin pan. The dough will rise, so ensure there is a big enough gap from the top to accommodate.
Bake for 30-40 minutes, or until the middles stop being jiggly. Yes jiggly.

For the frosting: mix together 3oz cream cheese (softened), 2 tbsp powdered erythritol, 2 tbsp heavy whipping cream and ½ tsp vanilla extract. Spread or pipe onto muffins.

➡️➡️➡️For macros & pricing WITHOUT the cream cheese frosting, scroll through pictures.➡️➡️➡️
Based on the products we used, the cost of these ingredients will be roughly $6.64 and make 12 muffins.
Per muffin:
Calories = 287.7
Fat = 27.3
Total Carbs = 7.3 | 👉👉Net Carbs = 3.1👈👈
Protein = 7.4

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Chocolate Fudge Cupcakes

The first time I saw that Sugar…Free…Chocolate…FUDGE…Frosting…is a thing – I knew these were happening. These may actually be my favorite dessert now (and sometimes breakfast… 😉 Ssshhhh…☝️👄). They’re sweet, but not TOO rich – and they’re sooo (((trigger warning))) moisttttttt.

Macros & Pricing:
Based on the products we used, the cost of these ingredients will be roughly $7.84 and make 12 life changing cupcakes.
Per life changing cupcake:
Fat = 17.2g
Total carbs = 25.7g (YES; TWENTY-FIVE POINT SEVEN. *PROTIP*: If you are in the minority that choose to count “total” carbs instead of “net” carbs, you probably won’t be making this, anyway. 😉 Amirite? 😉👈 Amirite?) For the rest of us: 🎊🎉👉Net Carbs = 2.9g per cupcake 👈🎉🎊
Protein = 5.4g

Ingredients
4 tbps softened butter
¾ cup of Swerve or other sugar substitute
3½ oz cream cheese, softened
1 tsp vanilla extract
4 eggs
1¼ cup almond flour (use sesame seed flour for a nut free option)
1 tsp baking powder
¼ tsp of salt
¼ cup sugar free chocolate frosting

Instructions
Preheat oven to 325°F.
In a large bowl beat the butter with the sugar substitute until well incorporated.
Add the cream cheese and vanilla. Mix well.
Add the eggs one at a time making sure to mix well after each one.
Add all the dry ingredients until well combined.
Pour or pipe batter into cupcake liners. The cakes will rise, so ensure there is enough room from the top of the cupcake liner to accommodate.
Bake 30 minutes, or until the middle stops being jiggly. Yes jiggly.
Let cool before frosting.

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Creamy Bears

Going to the fridge and grabbing a bag of these fruity, creamy, cold little things is EXACTLY what I need in this heat! Using 100% heavy cream is the secret to this perfect texture; they’re soft and squishy, yet firm. Pictured are raspberry, black cherry, orange, lime, lemon and strawberry. The recipe below makes 150 bears in the mold pictured.

Macros and pricing:
Based on the products we used, the cost of these ingredients will be roughly $4.12 and make 6 servings.
Serving size = 25 small bears
Per serving:
Fat – 13.14
Carbs – 2.63
Net Carbs – 2.63
Protein – 3.23

Ingredients:
8.5g box of sugar free jello
1 cup heavy whipping cream
15g unflavored gelatin

Directions:
Heat heavy whipping cream in a small sauce pan on medium heat.
Add jello and gelatin packets.
Whisk until combined.
Fill each mold using the dropper.
They will begin to solidify as you fill the rest of the molds, however you will still want to refrigerate them for half an hour before popping them out.
We store them in a ziploc bag in the fridge and keep the colors separated as they tend to dye each other.