Coconut Baked Food Recipes
They freeze and heat perfectly for quick breakfasts and my toddler loves them. I made these tonight…. Any suggestions as to why? Sauté chopped onions and green bell peppers in butter. The muffins come out SO easy and it makes for minimal cleaning with barely any scrubbing!! I made these muffins for brunch one day and they were a huge HIT. What is tator tots?
In the interim, I went to the grocery store and for the last batch, I added one more egg and some extra raisins love raisins!
My baking time was about 38 minutes. That batch was the best. The muffins are good, but definitely have a strong coconut taste ya think?! I just took these out of the oven. I did need to cook mine a little less time, minutes in my convection bake which I am not experience at using. So glad they turned out well, Karen! This turned out so delicious. Thank you so much for an amazing and healthy muffin. This is definitely a keeper in my muffin recipe rotation. I food processed dates for raisins.
Used orange squash for the sweet potato, garbanzo bean flour for the almond flour, Opal apple for Fuji. No muffin papers — greased the tins popped out beautifully. A squidge powdery texture with the garbanzo flour. But it never stops me from lavishly buttering.
Had these with omelet with minced mushrooms. They are great for breakfast on the go and snacks! This time, I tried some golden raisins which taste great as well. I use my Ninja food processor for the apple, carrot, pineapple, zucchini, and walnuts, which makes this recipe a snap.
I love the idea of incorporating pineapple and zucchini to change up the flavor, and I bet dried cranberries are fabulous in the muffin! These muffins are the bomb! I eat one every single morning! Thanks for sharing the tip, Kaye! This recipe looks like exactly what I need for feeding a bunch of folks this weekend.
My question is this: If you do end up making the batter in advance, I would advise bringing the batter to room temperature prior to baking. Hope this helps, and hope you love the muffins!! Morning Glory Muffins - GetMacroed. I love morning glory muffins, and every other kind of muffin there is! Took me much longer to measure, grate and chop. But it was worth it.
They turned out great and are packed full of flavor. These turned out so great. I randomly did not realize I was out of apple but I had a persimmon go figure. I will be making these again and again. Ooooooh persimmon sounds amazing!! So happy the muffins worked out and thanks so much for your feedback, Heather!!
Thank you so much for this recipe! I was searching for a grain free muffin recipe loaded with lots of stuff, and I happened upon this one. I had two small zucchini to use up, so those went in instead of carrot I squeezed out the excess water , and I had Gala apple.
Once the batter was all mixed up, it seemed like it still needed moisture, so I added 3 Tbsp. I think that was a good decision, because they were a tad crumbly on top, so without I think they may have crumbled apart.
I baked them for 30 minutes and the toothpick came out clean except for chocolate: Next time I will bake longer, but perhaps lower to , because they had already started to brown on the top. I recommend using a food processor, Ninja or something comparable to shred fruits and veggies, which will make prep time much faster. I used my food processor with the shredding blade and it was a breeze. This is a great recipe: My loaded muffin craving is officially satiated!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Your version of the morning glory muffins sounds fabulous! Thanks for all the tips and suggestions! Let me know if you end up trying it! I hate to use that much energy to roast a half of a sweet potato, but I do want to use a sweet potato.
Do you think if I grated it with the carrots that it would come out the same? The muffins would definitely have more texture to them and may be a little less moist. If you want to replace the mashed sweet potato with a banana or applesauce, you could certainly go that route instead! Let me know what you end up trying! Use your microwave to cook the sweet potato, I never put my white potatoes or sweet potatoes in the oven, always in the microwave, and they turn out great.
Any chance you have a calorie count, carbohydrate count, etc. I just baked a batch and am trying to figure out what to enter into my food diary on MyFitnessPal app. I updated the recipe with nutritional information. Let me know if you need anything else! Pinned to save and share. ISO recipe for zucchini bread made with lemon juice and lemon zest and NO cinnamon.
Had this bread and it was delicious,recipe lost due to moving. That cookbook sounds great, and these muffins are perfection! I love lemon poppyseed, and these look like a must-try! Those muffins are gorgeous! Meatloaf is coming to mind, but perhaps I am just hungry!! I love anything by ATK, especially their shorter versions of recipes. I really struggle with getting them just right.
I think the cookbook should definitely include instructions for boiling an egg and poaching chicken. Lemon poppy seed anything is a favorite of mine! These muffins look SO good…wish I had one for breakfast! All good cooks should have a tried-and-true meatloaf recipe in their arsenal. Bad meatloaf is bad, of course, but good meatloaf? I take that as a matter of great pride!
I think the basic skill of knowing how to cook eggs such as scrambled, over easy, fried, boiled, and poached etc. I bought this cookbook last month and we too, are loving it! I think good cooks should know how to make a great pizza dough! Mine always turn out strange, lol! Those muffins do look like they came from the bakery! All good cooks should know how to make handmade pasta! This book sounds great! Love these gorgeous muffins too!
Lemon poppy seed is a favorite of mine! Wish I had one for breakfast this morning! I think good cooks should know how to make a good meatloaf. So looking forward to trying the lemon poppy seed muffins. Makes me think of breakfast and would love to have a really good buttermilk pancake recipe.
Every good cook should be axle to make a rich, creamy risotto. So versatile — great with veggies, fish, chicken, or just plain with parmesan. Every Good Cook; should know how to make a basic white sauce thin, med, thick, as most sauces and gravies can grow from here. Yes it should work, but I would try using 6 tablespoons of oil instead of the full 8 tablespoons called for in the recipe. One should know how to make simple sides that have bountiful flavor.
Honey orange glazed carrots come to mind. Quick, simple and there is never any left in the bowl. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Subscribe to Blog via Email Never miss a recipe!
Enter your email to receive each one delivered right to your inbox! I think all good cooks should know how to cook a ham that is tasty! I think all good cooks should be able to properly cook a juicy and delicious burger. Roast chicken, I think. I think a good meatloaf is essential for all good cooks to master. I love lemon and poppy seeds together! I think all good cooks should know how to make a great hamburger. I think good cooks should know how to cook one chicken dish. I agree with previous comments that good cooks should know to roost a chicken.
And make a quick and basic chocolate or yellow cake for any occasion. I think all good cooks should know how to cook lamb! So fluffy and lemony! I think good cooks know how to make perfect omelets.
All good cooks should know how to cook a pot roast. Now excuse me while I go make some lemon poppyseed muffins. I think every good cook should know how to make a good basic white sauce. I think a good cook should know how to make a good Beef Stroganoff.
My choice would be a great meatloaf and mashed potatoes. I can just taste it! I hope the book also contains a how to for Vanilla Cheesecake!
Fried Chicken and Mashed Potatoes! With a Chocolate Cake chaser! Fried Chicken , Mashed Potatoes, and Gravy! Followed by Chocolate Cake! I think a cook should know how to make spaghetti sauce from scratch. A good cook should be able to make ramen. That was the first thing I ever made by myself. I think all good cooks should learn how to properly roast delicious vegetables.
Everyone needs to know how to make Yeast raised waffles. It is tougher than you think, but so versatile. How to make mashed potatoes. I think everyone should know how to make their own pasta sauce!