I thought these muffins were really good! I followed the advice in one of the reviews that suggested reducing the sugar since using sweetened coconut & adding a bit more pineapple juice....they were really moist and delicious! I'm thinking they could almost pass as a cupcake if you frosted them with cream cheese frosting!
I had these on my honeymoon in Hawaii. They are better then the ones there!
I added a bit more of pineapple juice and a dash of flour. These muffins are so good. Coconut and pineapple are made to be together ;) Thanks Najwa :) Made for Holiday tag.
These are fabulous! I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out very moist, but not too dense, which I was concerned about. They had the best flavor which I think can be attributed to the pineapple juice in the batter. Yum! My roommate ate a couple right out of the oven and kept burning his tongue but he wouldn't stop eating them!
These are yummy and moist. I added about 1/4 cup more coconut since I love coconut.
I love pineapple and coconut muffins! I used brown sugar in this recipe and it turned out great!
Thanks for this recipe! I am a huge coconut lover, not usually one for pineapple but these muffins were awesome! I made some yesterday and they are already gone! I will be on my second go at them today! Thank you!
I made 1.5 x the recipe, but ended up with only 18 regular sized muffins. I used sweetened flaked coconut, so reduced the sugar. Also, I ran out of flour, so didn't add the extra pineapple juice. Like a previous reviewer, I sprinkled coconut on the muffins 10 minutes into baking. Overall these were good, but next time I'll add more sugar, and make sure I have more flour on hand. Thanks for the great recipe.
Cut this recipe in half and used sweetened coconut instead. (did not cut the sugar down)
Sprinkled sugar and coconut on top - this recipe was great, but they actually tasted better later in the day at room temperature. I would def. recommend trying this!
I made a few modifications and these came out great!! I cut the sugar down to 3/4 c. because I only had sweetened coconut and I didn't want it to be too sweet. I also used 1 c. whole wheat flour and 1 c. reg. flour and I used a 20oz can of crushed pineapple and added a bit more pineapple juice. 10 minutes into baking time I sprinkled coconut on the top of each muffin. These were delicious! I can't to try them with a little cream cheese spread on them! Thanks for a great recipe!