It’s official. Chocolate and I have broken off our long term relationship. We’ve had a bumpy one. A really messy one you could say. Love-Hate. We break up then get back together in a very passionate way. Make up sex style. I’m disappointed in myself for just saying that. Not really. But for reals, it’s over this time. For at least 5 weeks. Jason bet me $3 that I couldn’t resist chocolate for 5 weeks, until after the CrossFit Open, so I must prove him wrong. He will be wrong.

Wanna know what I did this Saturday night? It was pretty epic so get ready. I ate dinner with my parents and uncle, we cooked fajitas, then talked about child birth because my uncle just had a kid, I mostly talked about how gross it is, then I went home. Don’t worry, this is where sh*t gets real. I dyed my hair (because my natural color is blonde so I have to dye it every 2 weeks) then put on a yeast face mask and watched youtube videos. Yep. I sat on my couch with my glossy hair slicked back, a face mask hardening my skin that smelled like rising bread, in a huge baggy sweatshirt and shorts with a hole in the butt cheek. What am I doing with my life.

Oh wait, I also made a dessert that failed. Wish you could understand the smells that filled my house that fine Saturday night. I’m pretty sure I was high. High school all over again. Kidding. Slightly.

I also cried during a muscle up wod. I had 20 to do and finished 19, failed 6x on the 20th one, tore my hands, then cried in disappointment. I also kicked the wall and said ‘f*ck you’ loudly. Real mature Juli, real mature. I hate you muscle ups. I.HATE.YOU.

What’s up with people wearing track suits? So weird.

Ryan Gosling is adorable. I wish he would take me on a date that included him falling in love with me. And smiling at me. A lot. It’s not that much to ask people.

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Simple Blueberry Muffins

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  • Yield: 8-10 1x

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Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. If you’re good at baking, you’ll know to mix the dry then the wet ingredients then mix together, but I do all the ingredients together and it works out just fine.
  3. Place ingredients into 8-10 silicone muffin cups in a muffin tin. Or you can use muffin tin paper liners.
  4. Bake for 15-20 minutes. Just keep an eye on it, they will puff up and look adorable.
  5. Eat them and be happy. And merry.

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359 Comments

  1. Danielle says:

    Do you know the calories in one serving or the nutritional facts ?

    1. juli says:

      no

  2. Tanya says:

    OMG! Just made these muffins and they are SO amazing. Would it be wrong to have 3 for breakfast?
    All your recipes are favorites and feed my family every week. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Kelsey says:

    Will these turn out without the almond butter? I completely forgot to put this in. They are in muffin tin cups right now, not baked yet.

    1. juli says:

      not sure, i’ve only made them the way the recipe is written. it may, though! just will probably be a tad different

      1. Kelsey says:

        Thanks for replying! I ended up taking them out of the muffin cups and adding in 1/2c almond butter (that’s all i had in fridge) and they turned out AMAZING. I also made them with frozen blueberries and this was fine as well. Will be making more today as I can see these will be gone fast. Thank you for your recipes – I have tried many and pretty much all of them have turned out awesome and super yummy. I am a newbie to the Paleo diet and your recipes make it easy. I will be getting your recipe book for Christmas 🙂






  4. Ali says:

    hi,I am trying to make this recipe, but I can’t use honey, can Sub anything else?,I do low carb to stay off my diabetes meds, it works for me, but honey is not good for me.thanks

    1. juli says:

      i don’t know much about diabetes so i’m not sure what sweetener you could use, but you could definitely use a different sweetener that is lower carb

  5. Shelley says:

    Delicious!! And holy crap they’re filling!






  6. Lubna says:

    is it okay to use frozen blueberries instead?

    1. juli says:

      yes

  7. Katy says:

    This may be a silly question that’s already been answered – what is the consistency of these supposed to end up like? I have made them twice and they always end up not cake-like, like most muffins, with a somewhat wet consistency in the middle. They’re delicious – i just want to make sure i’m not undercooking them!

    1. juli says:

      sounds like they aren’t cooked through all the way because they should not be wet at all

      1. Kim says:

        I had the same issue but I think it’s because I used almond flour instead & assumed measurements would be the same. I think I need to add more for binding. They’re yummy tho so will try again!

  8. Patti says:

    I was very pleased with this recipe 😀 Ty so much for sharing too. I was tempted to add a few more blueberries and they were organic frozen so i added a little more cook time which made them a little toastier looking but 100% Yummo!!! i do drizzle a little honey and a few tiny grains of salt. 2 pinches for next time on salt 😛 <3 this recipe! & cant wait to try other fruit and toppings or nuts….choc chips 😀

  9. Elyse Burchell says:

    I made these muffins they were terrible. So oily they were dripping. 1 cup of butter plus the coconut oil made them so wet i had to throw them away.

    1. juli says:

      so sorry to hear you had an issue, elyse! i use freshly ground almond butter which doesn’t have the excess oil in it. that may have caused the issue for you. that’s my best guess since i wasn’t in your kitchen or able to see the products you used

  10. Kristin Healy says:

    made these today and wonder why they didn’t cook through?
    I did use a metal pan without liners, and baked at 350 for 17 min, then added 5 more.
    The top is golden and done, but the inside is molten. I also added closer to 3/4 cup fresh blueberries.
    Do you think my baking powder is old, or more would help next time?
    I’m eating them with a spoon anyway, and they are delicious…

    1. juli says:

      it could definitely be the baking powder if they didn’t cook through and rise

    2. Lauren says:

      This happened to me, too! I was looking forward to muffins that would ‘fluff up and look aforable’ But they all have sunken holes and are uncooked in the middle 🙁 all of my ingredients were bought today so I’m not sure where I went wrong. Although undercooked, still delicious!