Savoury Muffins Made With Coconut Flour

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    • Savoury Muffins Made With Coconut Flour

      These are adapted from a seafood muffin recipe in a coconut flour cookbook. I eat them for breakfast with a little mustard and/or mayo. They freeze well. I haven't tried them with tuna, but that might be good too.

      Salmon Muffins

      Ingredients--Makes Twelve Muffins

      12 Eggs
      8 Tablespoons Coconut oil or Butter, melted
      12 Tablespoons Coconut Flour
      2 Cans Salmon (approximately 15 oz or 420 g; regular sized cans)
      Seasoning of choice (onion powder, Old Bay, seasoned salt, etc.)
      Non-stick spray


      Blend eggs, oil, and seasonings. Add coconut flour a little at a time, mixing until lumps are gone. (I used a mixer). Fold in fish. Spray muffin pans and spoon in mixture, pushing down to get the air out and make them level. Cook at 400 F (205 C) for 15 - 20 minutes.

      Nutritional Information

      Calories: 338
      Protein: 14 g
      Carbs: 8 g - 5 g fiber = 3 g
      Fat: 5 g
    • Re: Muffins made with Coconut Flour

      not really a muffin, but made with coconut turned out lovely

      cheese bacon and leek scone slice

      1 cup of desicated coconut
      2 cups of almond meal
      1 tsp of baking Powder (
      3 eggs
      ½ cup butter
      3 rashers of bacon sliced
      1 cup of grated cheese
      1 inch piece of leek deiced finely
      2 tbsp of cream cheese
      ½ cup of pureed cauliflower

      in a a large bowl add all ingredients, mix well spread onto a tray sprinkle with some extra sliced bacon and grated cheese. and bake 180 degrees for 15 mins, sort of comes out like a savoury scone.