Happy July 4th, friends! Who wants one of these PALEO BLUEBERRY BANANA MUFFINS?! True story—the last few times I picked up muffins for my husband from his fav bakery, he found a piece of plastic in it, and this last time, he found a piece of hair. So THAT, my friends, is why I like to make my own baked goods whenever possible. So anyway—let’s chat about this recipe! It’s INSANITY. These muffins are perfectly fluffy, soft on the inside with a crunchy top; and you already know I like my muffins big, so these are bakery style FO SHO.
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Woohoo! So happy you enjoyed it, thank you for your review, Christina!
These taste very nice, not overly sweet however my tops sunk quite a bit. It was quite wet as well but maybe I used too many bananas (I used 3 LARGE ones….). Everything else was kept the same. Any advice on preventing the tops from sinking??
Also I used frozen blueberries as well so that might be where some of the additional moisture is coming from.
Hi! It’s definitely from the frozen blueberries! The recipe calls for fresh blueberries, for this reason. I’m sorry that they didn’t work out perfect for you, but try with fresh.
These are soo good and extremely quick n easy to make! They’re not too heavy tasting but very filling 😋 these will probably be my go-tos to have in the fridge as a grab n go 😍
Yesss they are so easy! Thanks for making them Esti, and for your sweet review!
These turned out so good! Frozen blueberries worked perfectly fine. I only had about a 1/4 cup of coconut flour left so I added a little bit of GF all purpose flour until the texture was a little better. I would have added extra almond flour but only had exactly 1/4 cup of that too! For regular size muffins mine needed about 22 minutes in the oven. Will be making again 🙂
Perfect! I am so glad to hear that! 🙂
Any advice if using frozen blueberries?
I don’t have coconut flour adding more almond is fine?
Any tried and tested substitute for eggs in these muffins? Would love to make them but allergic to eggs.
Is there anyway to sub something for eggs? Thanks!
Very tasty. A bit more moist than a traditional muffin but better than overly dry like most things made with coconut flour. This recipe is a keeper, thanks for sharing 🙂
these turned out super wet for me, even when i extended baking time an extra 10 min! are you sure its only the 3/4 cup of flour?
Hi Sarah! Yes! I’m 100% sure! I’ve tested this recipe about a dozen times and several people have made it already with no issues! Were your bananas extra large? I just used small-medium size, so maybe the bananas were too big?