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Coconut Muffins (Kekakia me Karyda)

Hi there,  I woke up this morning thinking to myself what would I like to cook or bake today.  The last two recipes I posted were both Greek so I wanted something different.  I have this lovely Coconut Muffin recipe which I just adore.  It’s different, tasty and easy to make…:)

The Coconut is considered a seed and not a fruit, actually it’s considered a dry Drupe.   Personally, I thought for many years that it was a fruit. 🙁  A few years ago while searching the internet I found out this bit of information. The best part about eating Coconuts is that they are rich in vitamins and minerals.   Hmmm interesting  🙂 



I hope you enjoy this recipe 🙂

Ingredients:

2 cups All Purpose Flour

1/2 cup Sugar

1 teaspoon Salt

1 teaspoon Baking Powder

1/2 cup Vegetable Oil

1 cup Milk

1 Egg

1 cup Coconut Flakes

12 cupcake cups

Preparation:

 

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In a large bowl mix flour, sugar, and baking powder and set aside.

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In a smaller bowl beat vegetable oil, milk and egg.

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Add the milk and egg mix, into the flour mix and combine.

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Place cups into the cupcake pan and fill 3/4 of the cup with the dough.  Bake at 180 degrees for 1/2 hr. or depending on the oven.  

Kali Orexi!!

 

Comments (49)

  • Brooklyn's Corner 12 months ago Reply

    I will try the recipe and let you know how it turns out.

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Hi! Great but don’t forget you need to use fresh coconut flakes..:). If you need any help let me know, and I like your blog 🙂

    Brooklyn's Corner 12 months ago

    I will because I never opened a coconut before.lol

    foodzesty 12 months ago

    hahahaha…they should sell small portions somewhere….:)

  • chefkreso 12 months ago Reply

    Coconut muffins are so tasty, no matter the recipe, I bet your are too! 😀

  • Megala 12 months ago Reply

    Sounds delicious! I like to try the same recipe with eggless version!

    foodzesty 12 months ago Reply

    Thank you Megala, I have not tried it eggless but if you do let me know how it came out. 🙂

    Megala 12 months ago

    Sure!

  • mistimaan 12 months ago Reply

    Yummy recipe…love to taste it 🙂

  • FrugalHausfrau 12 months ago Reply

    Oh yum!! 🙂

  • yummycookbookblog 11 months ago Reply

    yummy coconut muffins !!

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    🙂

  • Karin 11 months ago Reply

    Sounds great. Thanks for the recipe!

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    Hello, your welcome 🙂 I tried to follow you but can’t seem to find your blog 🙁

    Karin 11 months ago

    Thank you. I’m new – I don’t know what the problem is… But I’ll try to solve it 🙂

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    The message says that you have deleted your blog :(… I am new to blogging too so now worries

    Karin 11 months ago

    Great, it worked 🙂

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Good morning, yes it did I was just looking at your Apple Dumpling recipe…Looks great Karin….My name is Sophie 🙂

    Karin 11 months ago

    Thank you, Sophie

  • MoJo 11 months ago Reply

    I have to not read your posts sometimes because they make me ridiculously hungry. I’m not even kidding, but I so wish I was! It’s 12:30am, my whole family is asleep, and I’m sitting here thinking, “I wonder if I have any coconut flakes….” You’re killing me Soph! 😉

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    hahahahahahahahaha…..your very kind Jo. Sometimes, I look at other cooking websites with these beautiful pictures of food and I sit there drooling. 🙂

    MoJo 11 months ago

    😂

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    🙂

  • crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago Reply

    WOW, looks INSANELY delicous!!

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    Hiiii there hope you are well. It is good but you need to use fresh coconuts flakes…:)

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    I tried coconut in Hawaii and now I love it 😂👍🏻

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    It is good coconut gooddd….hahahaha. You tried it in Hawaii I can imagine how it was served!!

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    Pineapples are also amazing there too 😉👍🏻

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Loveeee Pineapplesssss

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    Me too! I know a cool trick to cutting pineapples into a really good dish

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Would love to know it…I have seen one myself witha gadget

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    Nice, me too it works well. The thing i was going to suggest is that you cut the pineapple in half and then you cut it in little pieces and push them to the in a zig-zag

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Have to see this one…sounds great!!

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    I can put a link here to someone that has done this design, they taught us in Hawaii:

    http://natashaskitchen.com/2016/11/05/how-to-cut-a-pineapple-pineapple-boats/

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Wow this is amazing

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    No problem (:

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    Hope my description looks like the picture XD

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Its amazingggg and simple to do

    foodzesty 11 months ago

    Thank you!!!!

    crosscountrylifeblog 11 months ago

    No problem!

  • miakouppa 11 months ago Reply

    Looks great! My girls love coconut (as do I) so this is a definite keeper!

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    Nice to hear…just keep in mind the coconut flakes need to be fresh if you decide to try this recipe. 🙂

    miakouppa 11 months ago

    I’m going to do my best 🙂

  • Mr. Militant Negro 11 months ago Reply

    Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    Thank you

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    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    thank you

  • preppypinkpiglet 11 months ago Reply

    Love coconut 😍 looks delicious 😋

    foodzesty 11 months ago Reply

    🙂

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