chocolate avocado muffins

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Avocados and chocolate? Yep they go together...I promise! I picked up some organic locally grown avocados yesterday and made some yummy antioxidant packed muffins! I was almost sure there were no other weirdos who would put avocados in muffins, but I was wrong. I guess you can put anything in a muffin, even sardines...NO thank you, sardines are staying out of my muffins...but there is an actual recipe if your curious.

What you'll need:
  • 2 ripe organic avocados
  • 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 5 unsweetened baking squares
  • 1 tsp baking powder...I once made a cake and thought "Oh well I don't have baking powder and the recipe only calls for 2 little scoops..so I will leave it out." Result = flat cake :(
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 4 tbs of honey
  • A couple dashes of salt
  • 2 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 3/4 unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/3 cup of olive oil

Mush up the two avocados.


In a large bowl add melted chocolate, olive oil, honey, vanilla, and almond milk.
In a separate bowl, combine all the dry ingredients.
Mix the avocado mixture with the dry ingredients until you have a nice smooth consistency.

I was a tiny bit worried that these would taste funky..but nope they are delicious!!

12 comments:

A Pretty Life in the Suburbs said...

These look great! My sister made a chocolate cake with avocado because she ran out of butter and she said it was amazing!!
Thanks too for stopping by my blog!
Jo-Anna

chelsea lee said...

Wow! These look so good! I never thought of putting avo in my muffins but I do put it in my morning smoothies with berries and I love it! Thanks for sharing.

natalie said...

MMMHMM!! those looks so good sis! what a combo and nope would have never thought! If only we lived in Deluz still,....avocados galore!

Star Hughes said...

Wow! I would never have thought of this - what a unique idea! I'll have to try it out sometime. Thanks for the suggestion!

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SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

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L-A Land said...

THESE LOOK SINFUL!!

Mary Corinne said...

I got these all mixed up, then looked back at the recipe for the oven temp and bake time, and its not here! I'm just gonna wing it, lol! and if my taste test of the batter says anything about the finished product, they are seriously delicious1

08def8fe-ea85-11e1-8633-000bcdca4d7a said...

Hi, love your recipes! I'm wondering what I can substitute the wheat flour with. I'm going no-wheat. I have your brownie recipe in the oven right now, smelling yummy!

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

I am actually going to redo this recipe and make it wheat free soon! I will post it soon

Heather H. said...

Hello, I was thinking of trying this recipe, but I don't see an oven temperature and time. Perhaps, I am just missing it ;) I have just begun baking and cooking so I'm scared to fake it. Thanks!

Shauna said...

Have you had any luck making a gluten-free version of these muffins? I would love to try it out.

Daphne Seet said...

Hi, are these supposed to be unbaked muffins? I don't see any oven temp mentioned here. if this is going into the chiller, how long should they be chilled? Also, as i am going on strict paleo, i want to replace the whole wheat flour with almond meal or coconut flour, or even arrowroot flour. Are these good substitutes.

I actually used almond meal and baked these at 350F, but they still turn out soft, really wet and mushy. Please advice!!

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