Almond Honey Muffins for Fiesta Friday

I have definitely missed all of you here, but it has been great to have 2 weeks of vacation spent with my hubby! It didn’t work out exactly as planned….my sweet hubby spent much of the first week really sick and then the weather made our plans a no-go.  This week though, we got to be out in the woods, camping, reading, talking, swimming, and just relaxing. Here are some pics of our time together….

Today we are back from camping and it is already Fiesta Friday again! And when I thought of what to bring, my mind quickly went to muffins. Have you noticed how many muffin recipes I have created already?…..ya, I like me some muffins! 🙂  As much as I like them though, for some reason it has been quite a while since I have come up with a new recipe for one. So, it is about time right?! 🙂 To check out my other muffin recipes go HERE.

For all of you this week, I decided to just create a simple but delicious recipe- no frills, but tons of taste! In fact, these are so moist and delicious that they may be my new favorite! I absolutely loved them!! ❤

My fellow party goers, make sure to grab one of these before they are all gone! I hope you will love them as much as I do! Breakfast, snack, dessert….go ahead and dig in regardless of the time of day! 🙂

Almond Honey Muffins

  • Servings: 12 Muffins
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*Created by Lori at Creating Beauty in the Kitchen

Ingredients:

  • 2 3/4 cups almond flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tbsp pure almond extract
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk

Directions:

  • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
  • Mix all the dry ingredients in one bowl, and the wet ingredients in another. Then combine all of them together, mixing well.
  • Line a muffin pan with papers, or grease it well.
  • Pour the batter into each slot, halfway full.
  • Make a little hole in each one and pour a little bit of honey into it.
  • Now pour more batter to cover the honey, leaving the batter 2/3 of the way to the top.
  • Bake for 25 minutes.

A BIG thank you to  Angie at The Novice Gardener and her co-hosts for making Fiesta Friday happen each and every week!! And now I am off to enjoy the last few days of vacation with my hubby! ❤

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Lori9

 

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88 thoughts on “Almond Honey Muffins for Fiesta Friday

  1. Such a beautiful view, Lori! The muffins look good, too. Um, I’ve been meaning to ask you this: you are using so much coconut milk in your muffins [or if I am correct most of your recipes], could you taste the coconut milk in them?? ☺️

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    • Thank you my sweet Jhuls friend! ❤ No, I can never taste the coconut milk at all. My hubby hates coconut and he rarely tastes it in anything I make.

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  2. I am so glad you guys are enjoying and having fun 🙂 aww Lori , I am very bad at muffins , look how lovely you have got !! I am sure grabbing a muffin from you 🙂 enjoy your vacation , have fun sweetie 😀

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  3. Well Lori, thanks for popping in to FF for a bit to bring us these lovely muffins that are of course, low glycemic! They sound really delicious! Thanks also for sharing your vacation photos. Looks like you had fun anyway! Enjoy the rest of it and I hope you have good weather and that your hubby feels better. 😀

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    • Thank you Linda! And thanks again for helping me keep things going here while I was on vacation! Your guest post was such a blessing! I know, I love the aroma of pure almond extract and love the way it makes baked goods taste!

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  4. We have GF in the house now, so these could be really, really good. Thank you so much for bringing to FF. Enjoy the party, and the weekend. (Hey – your hubby is NEARLY as good looking as mine, but not quite)

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    • You are so welcome….let me know if you try these! Like I said, I absolutely loved them! Ready to make some more! 🙂 About my hubby….thank you! I do happen to think he is the most handsome man ever….just as it seems you feel the same way about yours! Love it!

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  5. A big YIIPPIII to have you back Lori! The pictures of your holiday are lovely and I hope you are well refreshed! Muffins? Yuum. Good thing I am up early to snatch one of these away!
    HAPPY FIESTA FRIDAY!!!

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  6. Welcome back Lori, we definitely missed you here! At least we still got your lovely posts! Looks like you had a fab time camping though 🙂
    And i love the recipe you came back with, I love a good muffin! I definitely don’t bake them enough!

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    • Thanks Mandi! Hard to say on these particular muffins because we ate them all up within a couple days….I guess that just shows how good they were! 🙂 I would say at least 4 days, maybe up to a week. Just a guess.

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  7. Hi Lori. Welcome back from your summer vacation. Great photos! I love this recipe, as I prefer using almond flour and coconut milk in recipes. I will make this weekend for sure! Happy FF!

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  8. Glad to hear you had fun, Lori, despite the first week of your hubby being sick and the weather being bad. I loved seeing your pics on Instagram! Welcome back, and YUM YUM YUM to these muffins.

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  9. Enjoy the rest of your vacay – that lake looks so beautiful. It’s been years since I went camping and looking at your photos made me realise how much I miss it! Muffins sound delicious! Happy Fiesta Friday!

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    • The lake was gorgeous Selma! It was so nice to lay on our comfy rafts together and just relax! Loved it! Camping really can be so fun and refreshing! Thanks Selma!

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  10. Welcome back Lori, so glad you and your husband had some quality time together. Aren’t vacations the best? Thanks for bringing these beautiful muffins, almonds and honey? What’s not to love there? They look super!

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  12. Those would be so good for tomorrow’s breakfast. I have been in need of a new GF muffin recipe and this one looks perfect. Thanks. I hope you enjoy the rest of your vacation.

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  13. Oh my, almond and honey muffins sound like the perfect accompaniment to a hot cup of tea on this winter’s day in Australia! Thanks so much for bringing them along to this week’s Fiesta Friday Lori – the crowd is going to love them! The photo of you and your husband exudes such happiness – lovely to see! Cheers, Margot

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  14. Breakfast, lunch, snack, and moist and delicious too, no wonder they are your new favourite muffins! I’ve already grabbed one, thanks so much for bringing them to the party, and have an awesome time on vacation!!

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  15. Gorgeous! . . . both food and scenery that is. And also a handsome couple you and the sweet hubby make! Lori, would you kindly remind me how I am to “send” you my guest post? Do I email the entire text and pictures to you and then you upload? I’m aiming for a post on Thursday, does that sound okay?

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  16. Reblogged this on The Seated Cook and commented:
    Loved these! I substituted vanilla extract for almond extract, and almond milk for coconut milk, since used ingredients had on hand. I also just blended the honey into the mix- always looking for short cuts. Still loved how they came out, especially the honey taste!

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