This coconut muffins recipe is delicious on its own, but can also be combined with blueberries. It's healthy all around!
So these started as blueberry coconut muffins. But someone forgot to add blueberries in before topping them off with a dollop of coconut and popping them into the oven.
It totally wasn't me, but that's okay: the mistake has left me with a new healthy muffin to enjoy!
Yes, it's true, they are healthy; whole grain, no added fat (well, except for the teaspoon in the topping), and low in sugar. They will taste horrible you say? You MUST have butter? Just give them a little try, won’t you? Humor me once? And then I promise you'll be coming back for more.
I guess I should have started with an introduction. My name is Steph, and I love to chow, but I also like to fight my genetic predisposition of being short and round, so I started the blog steph chows, which focuses on healthy eating that tastes good.
Sure, you'll also find some adorable wheaten terrier photos there, and random crochet and sewing projects, but I know you'll be coming back for the recipes. Because once you start eating healthy things that taste this good... you'll be back for seconds.
NOTE: You'll notice I use Splenda for some of my baked recipes. This comes from a habit of making diabetic friendly treats. I don't use it in all my stuff and I always have a white sugar substitution for those who don't like using it.
I think you'll really like these coconut muffins. You might not have thought of making coconut a muffin flavor all on its own, but I promise it's a good decision!
The berry yogurt adds just a touch of tang and fruitness. You can use plain or vanilla yogurt if you like, of course. One of the great things about muffins is making them all your own! Just don't hesitate to make these coconut muffins today!
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