This is the last day of our zucchini week, and I am shipping what is probably my favorite zucchini recipe in a stylish way: healthy zucchini muffins. The muffin pan is filled with chocolate chip bananas. Healthy zucchini muffins. They are made with healthy ingredients and are suitable for young children, adults and everyone in between. Made from whole grains and naturally sweetened, they are healthy enough to make you feel virtuous and lasting.
Wrapped in soft and slightly spiced chocolate chips, they taste delicious enough, just like a treat you want to eat in the morning, or snuggle in the afternoon. If you have as many zucchini as we do, the muffins freeze well, so you can make three batches and save them for later use. Maybe later this winter (I know it's hard to imagine) it's hard to find decent zucchini, you really miss them. I consider myself a muffin lover (see: chocolate zucchini muffins, banana oatmeal muffins, applesauce muffins, etc.) healthy blueberry muffins, all these healthy muffins) and a good baked zucchini lover (see: zucchini Banana bread, zucchini zucchini cookies, paleo bread, etc.), so I came up with the best healthy zucchini I can say with certainty.
Muffin recipes are not a business I take lightly. After many test batches, here we come! The healthiest zucchini muffins. I often make this recipe, and it has received enthusiastic comments from dozens of readers. In order to complete Zucchini Week, I am going to share it today (with bonus video!) You still tried it, you will. Or, if you have tried it before, you will remember how much you like it and will soon be able to enjoy fresh batches. Top image of healthy zucchini chocolate muffins
How to make the healthiest zucchini muffins This healthy zucchini muffin recipe uses staple food and fresh produce from the pantry. The following are the main food ingredients needed to make it: whole wheat flour. These muffins are 100% whole grains, which means they are rich in protein and fiber, which will keep you full and happy for a long time. I like to use white whole wheat flour because it tastes clear and creamy. honey. Provides natural sweetness and supplements moisture. Coconut sugar (or light brown sugar). Give the muffin more structure and texture. You can find coconut sugar in most grocery stores and online. Baking powder + baking soda. Help give those beautiful high dome covers for the muffins. coconut oil. If you want, you can also replace light olive oil. Now that's what makes this healthy zucchini muffin recipe special.
In addition to grated zucchini, ripe banana mash is needed for this recipe! 2 ripe spotted bananas and 3 whole zucchini Because the mashed bananas are sweet and moist, adding it to the recipe allows us to use less sugar and fat while still having good results. Unlike other healthy muffin recipes you may have tried, these zucchini muffins are fluffy, tall, soft, and non-sticky. In fact, I doubt you are aware that what you eat is healthy! The transparent mixing bowl chocolate chip with zucchini shreds, chocolate chips and mashed banana is my favorite. I like to eat chocolate with zucchini and I have mini biscuits in every bite. Blueberry is a frequent visitor to Ben.
You can use fresh or frozen blueberries. (If you use frozen, you don't need to thaw first) Walnuts. We all agree that this is why nuts are like this 95% of the time. The recipe itself is also great, with or without chocolate, nuts, etc. Feel free to take your favorite route to your home! Healthy zucchini muffins-diet changes vegetarian zucchini muffins-I recommend making my zucchini bread vegan, but baked like muffins. Otherwise, if you want to play with this particular muffin recipe, you can use maple syrup for honey and flax eggs for regular eggs. I haven't tried it myself, but a reader reported that I successfully used 1 flax egg (mix 1 tablespoon of flaxseed meal with 3 tablespoons of water; let the gel sit for 5 minutes) and 1 baking soda egg ( Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with 1 tablespoon of white vinegar or cider). Gluten-free zucchini muffins.
Use 1:1 GF baking flour instead of white whole wheat flour, like this: zucchini oatmeal muffins. I did not try to add oatmeal, but a few readers reported that it was successful. Feel free to read the comments. There are many tips and suggestions on how to make your own zucchini muffin recipe. Make zucchini muffins. The peel contains a variety of nutrients and is very thin and soft. You will not be able to prove it. No need to peel, just wash the zucchini, trim the ends, and grind. To grind zucchini, I like to use this box grinder or a coarse surface grinder like this. Dirty. repeat. A very important step in any roasted zucchini recipe is to squeeze as much liquid as possible from the grated zucchini.
Stack the chopped zucchini on a stack of paper towels. Squeeze out as much water as possible and repeat until most of the water is gone. Store healthy zucchini muffins These healthy zucchini muffins are especially suitable for freezing. If you mass produce and keep some extras in the refrigerator, you will be able to enjoy breakfast or emergency snacks, and you can change your day at any time! For storage tips, check out my post on how to store muffins and other instant bread healthy zucchini chocolate chip muffins-a bite of muffins let us continue to enjoy these healthy zucchini muffins and enjoy the summer fun! Free banana muffins Recommended tools for making healthy zucchini muffins Standard muffin pan (if you don’t need a lid, I like this option) Dough Spoon (Secret of my large puffed muffin lid) No Mess Grater