I just made these today, and they seem great to me! I added chocolate chips, but drained the zucchini as suggested by @slprout in another review, so the muffins aren't too mushy. They don't rise very much, but that didn't effect the taste at all. They are soft and yummy! I would definitely advise anyone on WW or another diet to double-check the points values (or whatever you go by). I checked it myself, and especially with the new points formula, it actually comes out to about 3 points.
Not good at all.
The trick is to squeeze all of the juice out of the grated zucchini before adding to batter. These muffins are delicious.
I made this exactly as the recipe stated but I was not happy with the results. The texture is very odd. They were wet and chewy and did not rise. I like the idea of healthy muffins but they need to taste good as well. Also, I worked out the points for these and found them to be 2 points each, not 1. Sorry, but these were not for me.
I made these exactly as written-- they didn't rise much at all and a very dense and a bit wet inside. The not rising may come from the ww flour. They taste good, but the texture does bother me a bit.
These were very good! They tasted like a cross between zucchini bread and chocolate muffins. I used a mini-muffin pan and baked them for about 12 minutes on 350. It made 24 minis. I also used muffin tin papers, which I won't do next time because the muffins are so moist they stick to the paper when you try to pull it off. Great recipe, especially for people trying to eat healthy! Thanks!