Made these, and shared them with some people I volunteer at the hospital with. At first I said coffee and coconut ?.. But these combined worked out real well. Very refreshing and the texture was great. I did leave out the salt, and used fat-free milk. Everyone enjoyed these greatly. Made for your win in Football Pool.
"Wow" says it all! These muffins are incredibly good. I used strong brewed espresso for the coffee and coconut milk instead of the milk. Also I used gluten free cake flour. They were perfectly done in 25 minutes, so moist and flavourful! The friend to whom I brought them for afternoon coffee already requested the recipe :) Thanks for sharing another keeper, Mike!
Wow! I am so surprised how good these are! I love coconut AND coffee, and these have such a great, distinctive flavor and texture. I would never have thought of putting these great ingredients together -- I love the walnuts, too. I will definitely make these again! It's a winner.
We loved these muffins! the flavor is good and they muffins came out nice and moist. My DH has already requested me to make these again for his work. Thanks to Pic A chef I chose this recipe to try.
Good gracious these muffins are absolutely delicious! They are moist but not overly moist where they break apart, they have such a distinct flavor, simply wonderful! I actually had to freeze some to keep myself from eating the whole lot of 12! The only change was not to use walnuts but used almonds instead as a personal preference in nuts (well my DH is another nut but that is not in a recipe! lol). Thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing this recipe! It is absolutely perfect and I'll be making them so often I'll have the recipe memorized - I just know it! Tagged in the Everyday is a Holiday event.
These muffins were great! I'm not really a coconut fan, but I thought the batter looked like it would be good enough to stand on it's own, so I made them with no coconut or nuts. They were wonderful! After they came out of the oven, I brushed some water on the tops and pressed them into some sugar for a nice topping. These are so good with a cup of coffee in the morning. I think I will add nuts next time, but they were still so moist and yummy without the nuts! Thanks for posting.
I like them as you can take it as a brown bag breakfast or some afternoon treat by adding whipped cream to them to serve aside. Thank you!
These muffins are prob great w/morning coffee as you say, but I can testify they are also great w/Baileys & coffee at nite. I made a half recipe as written, using pecans vs walnuts. I did not have the courage to rely on your yield, feared I was over-filling the muffin cups, ended up under-filling them & got *bump muffins* ! They are nearly cake-like in texture, the coconut flavor shines & the bit of crunch from the dried coconut & nuts is divine. To disguise those darn bumps, I frosted 2 muffins w/your Jack Daniel's Frosting & topped them w/coconut flakes. *Yum* ! Thx for sharing this keeper recipe w/us. :-)
These muffins were so easy to do. I liked the smell of the coffee with the almond extract and vanilla :P I used only 1/4 cup of sugar and 1/4 cup of brown sugar, not packed. I used vegetable oil instead of butter. No walnuts, cause I didn't have. They turned out so good. They rise a lot. The taste of coffee and coconut together is really good. Perfect combination. Thanks Mikekey :) Made for 123 hit wonders.
Delicious! You were right mikekey when you said these muffins were great with coffee! They are not too sweet - perfect for breakfast! Thanks for a great muffin recipe!