Paleo Coconut Muffins


I’ve been intrigued by coconut flour for quite some time now and finally decided to buy some to try out Spoonful Of Fit’s Fluffy Coconut Pancakes (which….I still haven’t tried yet…maybe this weekend!). Anywho, as my obsession with muffins continues, I decide to try out a coconut muffin. Success! I think I still prefer my Egg White & Oats muffins for breakfast, but these Coconut Muffins would be great with a fresh jam, as an accompaniment to some turkey chili or just as a little warm biscuit spread with a bit of coconut oil….mmmm, biscuits.

So here’s how I made them!

Ingredients (makes 12 muffins)


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Mix, mix, mix those ingredients.
  • Divide batter into 12 nonstick sprayed muffin tins.
  • Bake for 20 minutes.
  • Remove from tins, let cool a little (so you don’t scorch your mouth) and eat or store in the fridge and microwave for about 30 seconds when you are ready for a muffin!

Muffin macros:



2 thoughts on “Paleo Coconut Muffins

  1. Just found your website and LOVE it! My husband and I have been eating clean since January of this year and I am dabbling and learning more about the Paleo lifestyle. May I ask where you found the Macro calculator or what program it is? Keep up the GREAT work!

    • Thank you so much Tiffany! Unfortunately, I have not kept up with this blog as much as I’d liked, but I hope to pick back up with it as soon as possible. The calculator is actually from My Fitness Pal – check out their website, it’s a great way to track your macros. The screenshot in the post is actually from the Recipe Calculator – you can add all of the ingredients for a certain recipe, enter the number of servings per recipe and then add as many servings to your meals on My Fitness Pal as you’d like. Great site!

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