These muffins taste like airy heaven bread.

Best way to describe it. Sorryfornotbeingsorry.

I did something wrong. I must have. I’m a firm believer in karma and my karma must be teetering on the bad side. My car got broken into. Someone doesn’t like me. Because they somehow pulled back my window, got into my car, but proceeded on to not steal anything. There was a $20 bill literally sitting in the cupholder and they didn’t take it. Wtf. They did take my registration sticker though. That was kind of them. It’s just so frustrating because it’s not even worth getting mad about. I can’t do anything about it. These buttheads still broke into my car. And my window is still wide open for every creature to venture in to. I’m extra excited to see what kind of bugs have breaded in my car by tomorrow.

What did I do karma? What did I do to piss you off? Is it because I drank alcoholic beverages this weekend? Is that why you’re mad at me? I’m a sad little teddy bear right now.

Well that was a downer moment.

Let’s talk about something better. Like food! Laura and I were in a slight coma after our workout on Friday night and thought, for safety reasons, we should just to buy food somewhere. Pretty much we were just too lazy to cook our own sh*t. So we went to a restaurant called Jake’s and got some giganto burgers and sweet potato tots. BEFORE YOU START FREAKING OUT, these sweet potato tots definitely aren’t paleo. Addictive, yes. Paleo, no. Not sure what they are made of. Sketch stuff, I’m sure. So we chowed down on them, I pretty much cleaned my plate and then ventured on home, uncomfortably full. After watching (Laura cried through most of it) The Vow and letting our stomachs settle, we decided to try to make paleo cinnamon rolls. It failed. Don’t worry though, I will succeed. The day will come. But that’s really not what’s important. The key point of this story was the we turned on the oven in a house that was already 84 degrees, with no air conditioning. We were melting. Meaning sweating. Maybe that’s why my cinnamon rolls failed. I sweated into them. Excess liquid.

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Apple Cinnamon Muffins

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  • Yield: 9 1x




  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Add almond flour, coconut flour, cinnamon, baking soda and salt to large bowl, mix together.
  3. Then add your eggs, oil, honey, and diced apples.
  4. Mix thoroughly.
  5. Place silicone liners in muffin tins, then place batter evenly throughout. The mix gave me 9 muffins.
  6. Bake for 25-30 minutes. These guys take a bit of time, but they are totally worth it!
  7. Let cool. Then eat them. They’re just heaven.

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  1. Erin Costante says:

    First batch I made were overcooked and not very sweet. If I were to do it again I’d add more sugar and slim down on the time.
    Second batch I made I used less cinnamon and substituted strawberries instead of apples. Watched them more carefully this time and sprinkled the top with coconut sugar and they were delish!

  2. Cass says:

    Made these into mini muffins. First batch I overcooked. Womp womp. But the second batch turned out. I like that it’s not too sweet and I like that there’s actual apples in it.

  3. Kerry says:

    These we’re great, my kids love them. I added a little more honey and cinnamon

    1. juli says:

      glad they liked them kerry!

  4. Olga says:

    Hi Juli. What do you think will be the best substitution for a coconut oil?

    1. juli says:

      you could use any other kind of oil, like melted ghee, avocado oil or olive oil

  5. Sherry says:

    Came out awesome .. thank u???

    1. juli says:

      glad to hear it Sherry!