Delicious comfort food for rainy days! These fluffy apple and mapple syrup muffins were the perfect addition to a tea party we held in our new apartment a few days ago. So happy to be able to have friends coming over again. In our previous apartment, it was unfortunately not possible to throw parties.....Time to catch up now!
When living in Canada, it's hard to ignore blueberries 🙂 and blueberry muffins even more. They are the king of the traditional Canadian breakfast and have become a favorite of mine as of late. Plus they remind me my first trip to Quebec several years ago when we went in this super cute restaurant "Le cochon pendu" to have brunch. As you might have noticed, all my muffin recipes include almond powder. And that's because I find it to add such a nice flavour.
I’m a big fan of carrot cakes. And muffins too. So I thought why not making a combination of the two? This recipe is super simple and deliciously flavored with cinnamon. The walnuts add the perfect crisp texture and the carrots your daily dose of vitamin C.
When dealing with pomegranate, you have got to get yourself mentally prepared. The pomegranate seeds are stuck deep inside the fruit and it requires quite a bit of patience to extract them. Never mind if it feels like eternity, it is so delicious that I don’t mind will be digging out the gold. Best of all, I use that time to meditate and be in the present.
There is nothing best than starting the day with a royal breakfast consisting of jasmine green tea AND homemade matcha muffins. Plus how fun is that green colour? After many experiments, I came to the conclusion that matcha develops its full potential when adding white chocolate!
When they are in season, I can’t get enough of red fruits, especially raspberries. In this recipe, I’ve used a little bit of coconut flour to add an exotic and summery touch. I like blending different types of flours not only for the flavor but also...
If you are looking for a spicy and delicious recipe, this one is for you! Yes, muffins can be salty too 🙂 and it was so much fun preparing these. If you are having the spicy peas and curry muffins as a main course, I would suggest you prepare a salad on the side to add some freshness!
Just when I thought I had explored all the possibilities with muffins I got inspired to try out muffins with pecan nuts. Guys! It blends so well with chocolate chips and coconut flour! I don’t know how it works for you but my experience with coconut flour is that I always have to mix it with regular flour.