Cinnamon Apple Blueberry Muffins

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Preheat oven to 350*F. Use a fork and mash up the banana in a mixing bowl. Add all ingredients and mix. Lastly fold in the blueberries. Use a little coconut oil and grease the bottom of the muffin pan. Fill each about 3/4 full and bake or 15-20 minutes, until the toothpick comes out clean.


  • 4 eggs
  • 1 Fuji apple, diced finely
  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1 1/4 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • handful of blueberries
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
  • 2 1/4 cups almond meal/flour


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Comments (14)

  1. posted by Meghan on July 11, 2011

    Where do you find Almond flour? I have looked everywhere.

  2. posted by AmberLynn on July 11, 2011

    I found some at Kroger. And at Whole Foods. It’s rather expensive!

  3. posted by Brooke on July 11, 2011

    Would coconut flour work?

  4. posted by Jane Farr on July 11, 2011

    Both coconut and almond flour can be found at Earthfare. The coconut flour was $9.99 here in Al. Bob’s Red Mill sells both of them online if you can’t find it locally.

  5. posted by Jill on July 11, 2011

    Meijer and Whole Foods Market sells almond flour. and has the most reasonable pricing. actually, many people have said amazon is the cheapest.

  6. posted by Lynay on July 11, 2011

    You can buy almond flour and coconut flour at Much more reasonable!

  7. posted by Nicole on July 11, 2011

    Quick Question, this says that it is a dairy recipe… this due to the eggs? thanks!

  8. posted by susiem on July 11, 2011

    I make my own almond meal — blanching the almonds and slipping the skins is a pain (that’s the difference between meal and flour). If you’re going to bake with it, I put raw almonds in my food processor with any other dry ingredients in the recipe. That allows me to grind the meal much finer without turning it into butter. Cheaper than Bob’s Red Mill.

  9. posted by Anna Hofer on July 11, 2011

    If you have a good blender, you can also finely crush whole almonds as much as possible, and use that instead. It’s alot cheaper, and works just as good. The almond flour is much finer, but when you’re out, blending/chopping the almonds very fine works just as well. I hope this helps.

  10. posted by Dana on July 31, 2011

    Coconut flour soaks up more moisture than almond flour so you’re going to need to add more liquid if you use the coconut, otherwise you’ll get a drier result. I don’t know this from personal experience but I’ve heard it several times now.

  11. posted by whitney on February 18, 2012

    Would i have to melt coconut oil?

  12. posted by ambis85 on December 16, 2012

    Just made these with half almond flour (i ran out!) and half coconut flour. had to add lots of water and 2 additional eggs to get it to a right consistency. As a result, it made 16 muffins instead of 12. They’re dryer than the last batch I made using just almond flour. They’re still good, but REALLY dry. Next time I’ll make sure I have enough almond flour :)

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