I took several packages of fruit and veggies out of the freezer when I cleaned it Friday evening. I have been using frozen kohlrabi and broccoli in our meals and I'm making zucchini bread for Dale and muffins for me.
Muffins for Trisha
I used 2 packages of zucchini (one was drained).
6 Farm Fresh eggs!
1 Tablespoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
3-4 drops cinnamon
1-2 drops nutmeg
2 Tablespoon honey
1/2 cup walnuts, blueberries and raisins
1/2 cup unsweetened coconut and coconut flour
Time for a supper break: hotdish with hamburger, garlic, mushrooms, kohlrabi, broccoli and topped with shredded potatoes and covered with cream of mushroom soup.
Back to the muffins: I had 4 squares of dark chocolate with sea salt and almonds. Yes! I chopped them into small chunks.
When I mixed everything together it was too wet. When working with zucchini (especially frozen zucchini) you need to monitor the moisture. Coconut flour is the same. It takes a moister mix. My zucchini won, I added about another 1/2 cup coconut flour.
Dale's standard recipe of zucchini nut bread (the small loaf) was ready to come out of the oven. Too much sugar for me.
I scooped up my muffin mix and put them in liners. Then I dusted the top with cinnamon.
Dale's second loaf came out of the oven a perfect golden brown. I normally cook at 350 but this recipe called for 325. Interesting...
My muffins are done! The house smells so wonderful right now!
I let them cool then taste tested my first one. Delicious or as my neighbor would say when I was young "scrumptious!".