11 Reviews

Light and fluffy and oh so delicious. I used whole wheat flour for 1 of the 2 cups of flour called for. I replaced the sugar with 1/2 cup of honey and therefore, reduced the oil and milk to about 3/8 cup each. I added dried cranberries for the fruit. Fabulous. They also froze extremely well.

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T43 July 31, 2007

The recipe directions did not include adding the baking powder so my first batch was a huge waste of time and ingredients! I turned around and made a second batch and was disappointed.. These muffins were dense and not very flavorful. The best part was the glaze. Will not make again.

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lincoln_rose September 28, 2010

I followed the directions, but they never mentioned the baking powder. The dough was in the muffin cups when I discovered the error and dumped it all back in and added the B.P. Needless to say, the muffins were not the best. Should I try it again? The glaze was excellent.

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zimmerman1962 October 18, 2009

These taste really good. My kids gobbled them up. I was looking for Zucchini muffins and liked that this one was a little bit different than the traditional one.

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Chief cook and bottlewasher February 16, 2009

Awesome muffins! I have a lime tree and have been trying to find different recipes to use my oodles of limes! So, I substituted limes for the lemon. I also used butter instead of oil and orange juice instead of milk. I added 1 Cp of frozen blueberries and 1 tsp vanilla extract. Excellent..

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rch4thestars September 13, 2008

Great recipe! I made mini muffins and added green food colouring to the glaze for St. Patrick's Day - a big hit at my son's preschool. I omitted the nuts and fruit due to allergies - they are very light and tasty.

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acnudde March 21, 2008

I made mini muffins out of these to brown bag them. The glaze is the crowning point of these, I think. Thank you for sharing a great healthy muffin recipe! :)

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tiffany k February 28, 2007

My husband and I loved these. The texture is great, they are not too sweet and overall delicious. I omitted the fruit and nuts and they were still very flavorful.

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Amy Teee October 10, 2006

Delicious little beauties, chia. I enjoyed a couple for breakfast without the glaze and a bit of light butter. I replaced 2 T of oil with plain yogurt, and used 1/2 c soy and 1/2 c whole wheat pastry flours instead of 1 c all-purpose. These are lightly sweetened (not unpleasantly so) so I may increase the sweetening by 1/3 c if not using the glaze again next time. Omitted the raisins and placed walnuts on top of half of them since not everyone in my family's a fan. Great way to start the day-- thanks, chia! (P.S. These baked in 18 min for me.)

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Heather U. May 18, 2005

these are good thank you for posting them for me dee

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Dienia B. March 13, 2005
Lemon Glazed Zucchini Muffins