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    The Starbucks Buttermilk Blueberry Muffins used to be my most favourite treat in the world to eat. I could literally eat them all day – for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Unfortunately, according to the information found on the Starbucks website, each of the Buttermilk Blueberry Muffins contains 56 grams of carbs. On my low-carb diet, that amount of carbs is greater than my total daily carb allotment. So, for the sake of health, strength, and beauty, I had to bid farewell to those sweet lovelies. A few months ago, though, I buried myself in my kitchen (my favourite place!) and started experimenting with low-carb alternatives to the Starbucks Buttermilk Blueberry Muffins. Today, when I want a treat with my Starbucks coffee, I make my own Better-Than-Starbucks Blueberry Muffins. Low on carb, high on taste! Perfect with Starbucks coffee or any other coffee or tea of your choice. Try these low-carb muffins and let me know if you like them, too.

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