This is my favorite muffin recipe. They come out so moist and delicious. My garden was over-run with zucchini so I made these muffins, froze them and had them through out the year. They freeze very well.
- Beat the eggs until they are light and foamy.
- Add the sugar, oil and zucchini.
- Blend well with a spoon.
- Mix the dry ingredients and add to the egg mixture; blend well.
- Add the nuts, and spoon into greased muffin tins.
- Bake at 325°F for 20 minutes.
These were amazing!! Only thing I would suggest is that you let them cool completely before storing. Mine were still a little warm and this produced an entirely different texture from the ones that were eaten straight from the pan.
Another happy Zucchini Nut Muffins maker here! I used the 1/2 cup applesauce/1/2 up canola oil trick. Also, I didn't have a flour sifter, so I just used plain flour unsifted -- it seemed to work, although I don't know if it would be better or worse than with sifted flour. I found that this recipe makes A LOT! And these things are filling, too. I usually binge eat batches of cookies/muffins within 3 days, but this recipe kept me going for a good week. I am a young guy and eating 3 of these for breakfast basically kept me going for the whole first half of the day. So expect a very hearty and satisfying muffin.. Thank you for sharing!
Really great flavor! Took someone's suggestion of sprinkling the tops with cinnamon sugar. Great idea - mmmmm! I wanted to make some mini loaves too. Found this recipe to be the perfect amount for 12 regular sized muffins and 3 mini loaves (the loaves took longer to bake, of course). Thanks so much!