Zucchinis in muffins make them moist and filling. Savoury or sweet, these zucchini muffin recipes make great lunch box fillers or after-school snacks.
Great little savoury muffins with onion, carrot, zucchini, bacon and cheese. Excellent for finger food or snacking -.
A great way to sneak vegetables into your kids without them knowing! Try topping with brown sugar, chopped nuts or small chocolate chips.
If you are growing zucchinis this is a great recipe to use up any surplus. Cheese and bacon are the perfect combination for this tasty muffin.
Grated carrots and zucchini add moisture as well as flavour to these muffins. They are not too sweet for when you want a wholesome snack.
A nice change from the traditional sweet zucchini muffin this recipe utilizes zucchini, onion, garlic, roasted red capsicum and sun-dried tomatoes, resulting in a moist, savoury muffin. You can sprinkle with a little grated parmesan before baking.
Wholemeal muffins - honey-sweetened and packed with flavour - still manage to be low-fat and good for you. Skim milk, egg whites and just a little oil make these the healthy choice.
I tried finding a recipe to get my picky toddler to eat her vegetables. Since I couldn't find a healthy one, I came up with this. Using one cup of carrots and one cup of zucchini is a nice way to get both the yellow and green veggies into the diet! Any type of nuts, sultanas, etc. may be used in the recipe -- whatever is on hand and toddler approved.
These are deliciously moist muffins that'll disappear quickly! Use carrot or zucchini, or both if you prefer. I make a batch of each, then put some in the freezer for later, which usually isn't very long! My entire family just loves them!
These are a nutritious muffin with lots of subtle spicing to give them a professional taste. The walnuts provide a gentle textual contrast.
Easy to make muffins with the flavours of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. The addition of zucchini makes them extra moist and delicious.