Prep 20 mins
Cook 40 mins
Yet another carrot muffin/cake recipe but quite a healthy one and really easy to do and very yummy.- this is a Julie le Clerc recipe from a NZ magazine.
- Heat oven 160°C.
- Grease muffin tins.
- Combine sugar, oil, ginger and vanilla.
- Whisk then add eggs, beat till creamy.
- Stir in pineapple and carrot.
- Add sifted flour,salt, baking soda, ginger and cinnamon.
- Add coconut - mix all together.
- Spoon into greased muffin tins.
- Bake 30 - 40 minutes.
- When cool they can be frosted with cream chees frosting if desired.
These are totally delicious!!! I made these in my texas muffin tin and got 9 huge muffins from the mix.. They were full of flavour and oh so moist, I mean really light, fluffy, soft with the yummy crunchy top you expect from a muffin.. There is nothing like a warm muffin straight from the oven and these didn't dissapoint, not to mention how great my house smelled whilst these were cooking.. I added a little more ginger than stated as we do love our ginger in my family.. I will definitely be making these again.. They got huge praise and my son has already eaten 2 this morning.. Thanks for sharing Katew a fab recipe!!! :)
These were moist and flavorful, but we found the cinnamon to be overpowering. I think 1 teaspoon instead of 1 tablespoon would be plenty. But it is a good base recipe that would lend itself to additions, such as dried cranberries, pumpkin seeds, nuts, etc. I am going to try them again and make them TRIPLE ginger by adding chopped, candied ginger.
Nice flavour!! I made ours using Any Kind Muffins (Gluten Free) as a base to fit our diet using sweet rice flour instead of potato starch. I also did not use baking powder so instead added a bit extra baking soda and 1 tbs white vinegar (wet ingredients with wet). I used brown sugar, canola oil to be soy free, halal vanilla paste, sea salt, unsweetened desiccated coconut, plus the rest. I may make these again. Made for MAKE MY RECIPE~ Summer Tag Game.