Fall Mornings: Blueberry Apple Muffins (Free Of Sugar, Grains, & Dairy)

What a dream it would be to wake to the scent of apple, blueberry, and cinnamon swirling through the crisp air. A window is cracked; sheer curtains sway gently; natural morning light pours in.

To bite into a muffin fresh out of the oven, and melt away with its perfect mix of autumnal flavors, smiling even bigger as you realize this treat is made of pure healthy goodness. Yes, what a dream it would be indeed…

blueberry apple muffins

Ingredients:

1 cup coconut flour

½ teaspoon baking soda

¾ teaspoon sea salt

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

½ cup coconut oil, melted

6 eggs

2 tablespoons maple syrup*

2 tablespoons raw honey*

¼ cup almond milk

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

¼ cup fresh blueberries

¼ cup apples, chopped (with or without skin is fine!)

*Either or both of these may be substituted with agave nectar if you wish!

 

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a medium bowl, combine coconut flour, baking soda, sea salt, and cinnamon, and mix well.

2. In a separate bowl, combine coconut oil, eggs, maple syrup, honey, almond milk, and vanilla extract, and whisk until smooth.

3. Combine wet ingredients with dry ingredients, and mix well. If mixture seems too dry, feel free to add in a bit more almond milk. Then, fold in blueberries and apples.

4. Spoon into a lined muffin tray. This should make about 8 medium-sized muffins.

5. Bake for 20-25 minutes.

blueberry apple muffins

blueberry apple muffins

blueberry apple muffins

These muffins are what fall mornings are made of.

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6 years ago

I like muffins. One of my favorites with blueberries. Thank you for sharing the recipe

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6 years ago
6 years ago

Amazing! I’m so glad that the weather is cooling down, baking is so great to warm up with in the fall/winter. Pinning!

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Alexandra
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6 years ago

Ooh, yay! I’m ALL ABOUT dairy free things! I’m sorta lactose intolerant but I also just don’t really like the taste! This recipe sounds delicious, gonna try it out as soon as I have a day off work! So excited!

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Aman
6 years ago

finally an good muffin recipe!!
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6 years ago

Could you just come bake for me constantly? These look delish!

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6 years ago

I used to make a similar recipe, but with rice flour. I like that coconut flour is more widely-available and makes grain-free options like this possible now!

6 years ago

Hmmm I love muffins and blueberries are my favorit fruits ever !
Thanks for sharing this recipe !

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Maïa
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Liv
6 years ago

These looked soooo good- but when I tried them they were way too dry :( (I even tried adding extra almond milk!) any advice to make these more moist?? They almost crumbled apart after baking!!
Thanks! :)

6 years ago

I’m a huge blueberry muffin fan. These look good and the pictures are gorgeous, but I think leaving out dairy, sugar, and grains is excessive. Maybe removing one or even two of the three would work, but in its effort to accommodate every allergy/intolerance/unnecessary hipster dietary preference this doesn’t really even resemble a muffin to me.

6 years ago
Brigette
6 years ago

Liv – I think that might depend on the coconut flour you use! Some tend to absorb the moisture way more than others. I would suggest either trying a different brand of coconut flour or using less of it. Try starting with half the amount and add a little more until you get the consistency you want. I also think they seem to have more moisture after they’re kept in the fridge for a few hours. Hope that helps!

Zophia – I totally see what you’re saying. I personally can’t have grains, sugar, or most dairy, so I make these muffins for myself — I think they might be best suitable for people with dietary restrictions like mine. You can feel free to sub in whatever you like, though — like dairy milk instead of almond, or a different kind of flour!

Aysha
5 years ago

I love the recipe and totally am going to try it! I love your floral tablecloth! I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it. Where did you get it?

Brigette
5 years ago

Aysha – Believe it or not, it’s actually a blazer! I found it at a thrift store and thought it would be the perfect backdrop for these photos :)