12 Reviews

Could just be me, but the cooking time on mine was half (closer to 10 min than 20 for regular-sized muffins). For mini muffins, it was closer to 5 minutes. Otherwise, I really enjoyed the muffins. They are best when served warm, so I reheated mine in the toaster oven to give that fresh-from-the-oven taste.

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MindyD July 04, 2009

Very good muffins... I substituted virgin coconut oil for the canola and baked them about 13 minutes (kept checking them after 10 minutes to make sure they didn't overbrown), but otherwise I followed the original recipe. My muffins were very light with a delicate crumb. Thanks for posting...

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MotleyCook August 01, 2011

Maybe they cooked just a little bit too much but they're still yummy. They're too golden, but inside they're moist. Since I don't like nutmeg, I used cinnamon and a little bit more. I used half canola oil and half unsweetened applesauce. I used only 1/3 cup of sugar. My son wanted to have a muffin for a snack at school. He likes zucchini muffins and he likes yours :) Thanks Bergy :) Made for all you can cook buffet

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Boomette March 13, 2012

Delicious muffins! For a special treat, I frosted them with Luscious Lemon Frosting (Luscious Lemon Frosting). Great combination!

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Danny's Diner July 26, 2011

I really like the citrus flavor. I added a tad more lemon & orange juice (juice from 1/2 fruit each). They came out a tad brown around the bottom and edges, but it may be my oven. Will try again and reduce the temp or cooking time.

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Blakey June 30, 2009

Taste was good, but it wasn't very moist for me

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AngelaSept June 08, 2008

I used frozen zucchini, and I drained it. I shouldn't have, they were a little dry. Will try again. Great flavor.

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stuckinarut March 28, 2007

Substituted 1/4 cup canola and 1/4 cup applesauce for 1/2 cup canola. Used only 1/2 cup sugar. Used 1 cup white and 1 cup wheat flour to healthy it up. Still very good with all the substitutions.

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Mickey in MN October 07, 2006

After our double double batch(to many cooks in the kitchen, long story! to tell here) that I told Bergy about I almost forgot to review this. These were very simple to mix up. They took about 12 minutes to bake for us. We will be making this again, but not for awhile as we have a lot frozen! LOL Thanks for sharing Bergy.

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Charlotte J September 09, 2006

I made mine with 1/4 c. orange juice and 1 tsp. dried orange peel, no lemon anything. I also peeled the zucchini. WOW, what nice little muffins (I made mini-muffins). I lightly dipped in orange glaze. Thanks so much for another really good zucchini recipe.

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bonnie-one September 04, 2006
Moist Lemon/Orange Zucchini Muffins