Coconut Flour Zucchini Muffins, ink & watercolor 5x7"

Coconut Flour Zucchini Muffins, ink & watercolor 5x7"

I love zucchini muffins so was excited to find a recipe for grain-free version made with coconut flour. I got carried away grating zucchinis in my ancient Cuisinart food processor before realizing the recipe only called for 3/4 cup. Oops. But it turns out there are many other good uses for grated zucchini

The muffins turned out really well. I set them on a rack to cool and left the room. When I walked back into the kitchen an hour later I found muffins scattered about the floor with the tops chewed off and  surrounded by crumbs. Bad Kittie Fiona!

I should have known to hide them from the little calico carboholic instead of leaving them out to tempt her. She once stole a box of Ak-Mak crackers and somehow dragged it under my bed to eat them. She’s even chowed down on dry spaghetti noodles and Cheerios.

I rescued the rest of the muffins and set them on a plate to sketch (above). Then I ate one with a cup of tea. Yum!

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  1. Bad kittie; great muffins (yum)! Happy Holidays, muffins or not.

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  2. Sounds delicious! I can’t believe Fiona eats muffins. Our kitty has turned into a terrible thief lately – she stole the rest of the meat last Sunday, and she seems to be able to jump up to the highest surfaces in a single bound, but carbs are safe.
    Missing you – I must come out from under my rock and start blogging again….

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    • Ditto! Yes, please do start blogging again. I still have your blog in my feed reader, just in case you.

      My other kitty is the meat thief! He can gracefully leap 6 feet in the air and land perfectly on top of a bookcase or the fridge and is a master at getting into cabinets, where he likes to hide. I left grilled lamb chops on the counter for 5 minutes while I answered the phone and he’d demolished one and started on another before I could rescue them. What’s worse is that he carries them to the rug in the pantry where I feed him so whatever he steals is covered with hair and crud. He also gets into the trash if I forget to lock that cabinet and helps himself to chicken bones and other nasty stuff, even if they’re covered with coffee grounds. What a mess!

      Jana

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  3. oh these muffins sound great…what a silly kittie, mine likes to fetch the sponge and other
    small things he can carry around in his mouth…so far he hasn’t tried to eat any carbs but i bet
    he would if they were within his reach. thanks for the recipe, i will look for coconut flour, haven’t
    seen any that i can recall. i really appreciate a gluten free recipe.

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    • That’s a funny image, a kitty carrying around a sponge! Fiona likes little twist ties and bottle caps and such that she can flip around and chase but she’s never bothered with soft things like sponges. Jana

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  4. Great sketch! I’d love a link to that recipe!

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  5. One? You ate only one? Remarkable restraint!

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    • They’re pretty filling given all the eggs they contain (which is required when using coconut flour). If I have them for breakfast by themselves I’ll eat two but as a snack, one’s plenty. Jana

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  6. That’s quite an image — the feline thief stealing muffins! Wonder what a narrative painting of that would look like? Meanwhile, these painted muffins look yummy. I can understand why the kitty was tempted!

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