PB&J Almond Flour Muffins

You wanted gluten-free recipes for January, and I’m here to deliver gluten-free recipes!¬† I wanted to make a delicious (and wholesome) baked good with almond flour, and this recipe came to me while I was developing¬† some post-workout cravings. I wanted something filling, sweet and salty. These muffins are all of those things, but most importantly, they are easy to whip together and make for a GREAT snack. You don’t need to keep stocking up on your fave protein bars if you can just keep these in your fridge/freezer all week.

peanut butter and jelly almond flour muffins

Think about it: these are like a classic PB&J sandwich, but instead of being served on bread…. it’s served inside of, well, ground up almonds!!!

What if I don’t want to use jam? Trying to lower my sugar intake!¬†

I’m a jam girl. I loooove my jam and preserves, BUT you can always go healthier with this. You can opt for a low sugar or sugar-free all natural jam. Or, you can even pop whole berries inside these muffins before baking to get that same fruitiness with the almond butter. See the notes at the bottom of the recipe for the full instructions!

peanut butter and jelly almond flour muffins

5 from 10 Reviews


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Dry Ingredients
2 1/2cups blanched almond flour
1tbsp baking powder
1/4tsp baking soda
1/4 + 1/8tsp kosher salt
Wet Ingredients
3 large eggs
1/3cup whole milk Greek yogurt
3tbsp almond milk
1/4cup honey
1tsp vanilla extract
Almond butter
Preserves or jam of your choice