1. Danielle

    These look so lovely and spring-like. I love the photographs! I really like the new look of your blog as well.

    • gracefulfitness

      Thanks Danielle! As far as the blog format, I had a great time doing a way-past-due redesign last week and I’m glad you like it!

    • gracefulfitness

      Thanks, I made this recipe again as a cake and added orange slices. It was a big hit at my dinner party!

  2. Finally some muffins/cupcakes that aren’t too much on the sweet side! Love the amount of citrus going in here.

    Oh well, spring. We already had a little glimpse of it a couple of weeks ago but temperature are again around the 5° area (Celsius, that is) which does not quite feel like spring. The upside is that I won’t be having sweary problems using the oven for a little longer. 😉


  3. Does it work to double this recipe? I want to make a full dozen but am hesitant to double it. Baking can be deceptive at times. Should I just make two small batches? And it is just 1/2 cup coconut flour?

    • gracefulfitness

      It should be fine to double it. Yep, it’s only a 1/2 cup of flour, it absorbs A LOT of liquid!

      • gracefulfitness

        Really hope you love it! btw, they remain moist so it’s a little tricky to know when they are done when you first start to make them, just know that they don’t dry out the way grain flour does.

  4. jenna

    Made these last night – was out of coconut oil and sub’d canola oil. Made 10 muffins and they were AMAZING! My husband even liked them and is super picky with desserts – especially when using coconut flour. I will be making these again. Often. thanks for a great recipe!

  5. These are fantastic! I forgot to tell you how much we enjoyed them a couple weeks ago. I think the only change I made was a vanilla bean (because I don’t have extract on hand), & doubling the recipe worked just fine. I had never used coconut flour & can’t believe how much moisture it sucked up! I thought, ‘wow this is a lot of eggs’, but it was perfect. I’m so impressed you created this recipe, because I would be so hesitant to experiment with this flour. Good work, Faith! I’m baking at 7000ft elev., so my goods never raise as much & look very pretty, but they were delicious none the less. Dave didn’t want to share with my family. 🙂

  6. Justeen

    I love these muffins! It was my first time using coconut flour, and I’m so impressed with the results. My kitchen smelled heavenly while the muffins were baking, and I devoured one as soon as I took the pan out of the oven. Thanks for another great recipe!

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