There are so many different kinds of Paleo muffins recipes, which is excellent because you can try a different recipe every time you feel like eating muffins.
Some people think that you can only eat Paleo muffins for breakfast – but that isn’t true. You can eat muffins anytime you want, including breakfast, lunch or dinner or if you call it supper, you can eat muffins for supper or any time in-between.
I have written below the title the main ingredients in that particular recipe. I hope this is helpful to save you time from looking through all of them. I find it especially helpful because I have food allergies and I don’t want to waste my time clicking on recipes and searching the ingredients if I don’t have to.
With a very hectic and chaotic schedule, getting out the door in the morning can be very challenging and somewhat frustrating. I love my sleep a LOT. I always end up having to cut something out of my routine in the morning to make it on time. Unfortunately, the majority of mornings, I rush out the door with no more than something very small to eat until lunchtime.
I have decided I want to try to be better this year with eating breakfast more regularly, and I think this list of Paleo muffins recipes will make it a lot easier to complete.
I can make these ahead of time and then heat them up on the go in the morning and grab a fruit with it and have a hearty, delicious, but quick breakfast to boost my energy for the day!
Alright, now for the fun stuff… New recipes! These are some great new recipes that I found that I just had to include. Hopefully there is something for everyone to enjoy! Enjoy your Paleo muffins!
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Paleo Muffins Recipes
1. Pumpkin Muffins – My Natural Family
These Paleo muffins have a texture that is more like a traditional muffin in my opinion. I think you’ll really love them. I used pumpkin puree in place of using oil which makes these babies pretty healthy. I used three different flours to get that nice texture which is the only way that will ever happen. I love the topping which gives it kind of a cinnamon sugar flavor. I think the topping really finishes them off with the sweetness it adds and the crunchy texture. You could easily add some nuts such as pecans or walnuts to the topping to make it even crunchier.
2. Sweet Potato Muffins – My Natural Family
These are easy to make especially if you have sweet potatoes leftover from Thanksgiving or another meal. I’ve also been known to make extra sweet potatoes just so I can have leftovers to make these muffins later. You can also make them with canned sweet potatoes just make sure you buy the right kind. Read the ingredients and make sure they aren’t packed in syrup. Make sure you buy the ones packed in water. Some might have added Splenda, when they do I just rinse it off. I pour the whole can of sweet potatoes into a strainer when it’s in the sink. I turn the water on and just rinse them off. It helps get rid of the extra sweetness I don’t want.
3. Lemon Poppy Muffins – Cook Eat Paleo
These taste like regular muffins even though they are made with coconut flour. They are still moist and fluffy. After a lot of testing, Lisa was finally able to make it happen. They are made with fresh lemon and lemon juice and poppy seeds that add a sweet crunch. Since they are made in the food processor the batter can be made fairly quickly. They will certainly satisfy your cravings.
4. Peach Ginger Muffins – 40 Aprons
These ginger peach muffins are tender and moist which are full of fresh peaches with fresh ginger flavor. They don’t taste like they’re Paleo. They taste like a muffin you might buy from a bakery. They have a carrot base which adds moistness and veggie goodness. Honey adds a little delicate sweetness but not too much. The coconut oil gives them a good texture. The ground and fresh ginger turn them into a more than average peach muffin.
5. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins – Civilized Caveman Cooking
These are pretty easy to make. All you do is mix, bake and eat. George had never eaten anything with poppy seeds and lemon before he went Paleo. He didn’t understand why people talked about them so much. Then he started making them and he finally figured it out. Now he wants to make a New Year’s resolution to eat one every day. That’s how much he loves them.
6. Pumpkin Muffins with a Chocolate Swirl – A Saucy Kitchen
Here we have a simple one bowl recipe which is a perfect fall treat. They are perfect for sharing or you could just keep them all to yourself if you want to. These are really simple to make. They look hard with the chocolate swirly blobs but it really takes very little effort. They can be made in thirty minutes from start to finish. The best part, in my opinion, is the smell wafting through the house when they are baking. There’s nothing that smells better than pumpkin and spice and chocolate baking unless it’s homemade bread. But you can’t compare those two things.
7. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins – The Roasted Root
These can be made in either the blender or the old-fashioned way, in a mixing bowl. Either way, they come together super quick. Be warned, they can become pretty addicting. The combination of the three flours makes them moist and fluffy with a nice texture. Give them a try. I don’t think you’ll be sorry.
8. Pumpkin Spice Streusel Muffins – Get Inspired Everyday
These are perfectly moist topped with pecan cinnamon streusel and glazed lightly. The inside is slightly springy yet all soft. The crunchy topping is the perfect contrast. The lemon glaze with its light citrus tang compliments it perfectly. The zig-zag pattern on top is very easy. I suggest using a squeeze bottle or you can cut the corner off a ziplock bag to make it. The streusel always tastes best when it is hot, I suggest eating them right away. At least within a couple hours of baking them.
9. Coconut Lemon Chia Seed Muffins – The Iron You
This is one of those recipes you shouldn’t try to play around with. Fiddling and fussing with muffins isn’t a good idea. So I’m warning you right now. Don’t even ask about substitutions (one of my pet peeves). After much trial and error, this recipe has been perfected so don’t even think about changing anything. My warning is, if you do, you’ll be sorry. Then you’ll blame me and it won’t be my fault. Just follow the recipe precisely and they’ll turn out great.