These amazing Strawberry & Rhubarb Coconut Muffins will surely go down as a treat. Made with flour and coconut base these eggless and oil/ butter-free muffins are quick to throw together and satisfy any sweet cravings. Easy to modify by changing the fruit however we love the classic blend of strawberry and rhubarb. Even better they can be made with frozen fruit which means they can be a year-round staple recipe!
Strawberry & Rhubarb Coconut Muffins
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These Strawberry & Rhubarb Coconut Muffins came about after having leftover frozen strawberries from making overnight oats. A quick trip out to our garden to discover that our rhubarb has finally grown enough to be able to start being picked. I have made a coconut loaf a few times (recipe to be added soon) which I love as it is super quick and easy to make as well as tasting delicious so decided to test it out as a muffin recipe. Resulting in the perfect snack to pack for school/ work lunches or to have with tea or coffee at home.
If you are short on strawberries or rhubarb don’t fear as the measurements for these ingredients are approximate only. The recipe will still be delicious without the added strawberry or rhubarb! You could try adding other fruit such as mango, raspberries, or peaches in the place of the strawberries and rhubarb. We like our strawberry and rhubarb chopped into small pieces however feel free to experiment and find the fruit size that you like best.
To make these muffins is as simple as placing all of the dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl before adding the milk and mixing. Finally, fold through the strawberry and rhubarb before pouring into either a well-greased muffin tray or our preferred method a muffin tray lined with cupcake liners.
If you are like me and often find that you have just a little bit of extra mixture left over when making muffins then you will love these standard-size 6-hole muffin trays. I use them alongside the standard 12-hole muffin tray and find that they can fit alongside the other tray in our oven.
Now for the recipe, below!
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