Made these for my book club luncheon. They went fast! I did make a glaze out of confectioner's sugar and orange juice and dipped the top of the muffins in and then sprinkled coconut on top of them. They looked very gourmet. Thanks : )
Lots of bursting flavors in a simple recipe. I made regular muffins and only got 8 with this recipe. I did not have OJ so I substituted with pineapple juice (yum), and put in some flaxseed for a healthy twist. Also I drizzled honey over the coconut on top of the muffins, this gives it a nice and sweet crunch.
These were great! I had some very ripe bananas, so I used 1/2 cup of mashed banana instead of the butter. The bananas made them fat free, and you can't tell they are in there. They're perfectly sweet and light, nice for an after-dinner treat!
My husband and I loved these little muffins. I doubled the recipe and am so glad I did. We kept a few out to eat and froze the rest to bring out later. Will definitely be making these again.
Everyone in the family loved these. I was glad for the suggestion to make a glaze for them, and the sprinkling of coconut on the tops is great. I didn't have an orange so I used lemon zest. These went fast and were delicious and very moist! Great little muffin; I got 30 minis.
Very fast to make. I found out that my toddler doesn't like coconut but my older son loved them. I made a double batch and got 18 regular sized muffins and poured the rest into a loaf pan and got a very short loaf (I called it portion control!). I love hot bread but these actually taste more flavorful after a day.
Although these were not moist like one would expect in a muffin, the subtle flavor of orange in this adorable mini muffin won me over. Not too sweet either, very nice.
Huge hit, I made 2 batches for 8 people and they were gone by mid afternoon! Tea muffin genius.
These were really fun! They're a totally different type of muffin, light, with just the right amount of sweetness. They reminded me of fruity pebbles, actually. Yum!