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Whole Wheat Zucchini Muffins With Cinnamon Crumble

Whole Wheat Zucchini Muffins With Cinnamon Crumble


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Get your fix of cinnamon sugar and sneak some vegetables in there, too

Erin Alvarez / The Almond Eater

Zucchini bread it all the rage, so why can’t zucchini muffins be all the rage, too? They’re easier to grab-n-go in the mornings and they taste just the same.

This recipe was contributed by Erin Alvarez of The Almond Eater.

Ingredients

For the muffins

  • 2 Cups whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 Cup brown sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 Teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 Cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1/2 Cup almond milk
  • 1/4 Cup maple syrup
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 Cup shredded zucchini

For the crumble

  • 1/4 Cup whole wheat flour
  • 3 Tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1/2 Teaspoon cinnamon
  • 3 Tablespoons butter (use dairy free for dairy free option)

Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


Moist Zucchini Muffins

Okay Friends! I’m am very excited to share some of the MOST AMAZING zucchini muffins with you today!! These muffins are super moist and chocked full of zucchini! It’s a great way to use up your garden zucchini if any of you have an overabundance (like I wish I had!). Luckily, my mother’s garden is overflowing with them so I thankfully get to reap some of her bounty by default!

These quickly became a family favorite! Even my incredibly picky toddler now 5-year old still loves them! In fact we started calling the muffins by his name because when he was younger he couldn’t say zucchini muffins, but he knew they were HIS muffins! So we changed the name for a bit until he could pronounce them. Now he just asks grandma if she has any extra zucchini so that Mommy can make the muffins. He’s proactive to say the least!

This recipe was given to us by a dear family friend who was known for her amazing recipes! I love making the recipe as-is, but will occasionally use honey instead of sugar and some whole wheat flour instead of using all all-purpose flour, and will share that in the recipe for those interested in doing the same.


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