Blueberry-Coconut-Macadamia Muffins

August/September 2006

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The one-two punch of coconut and macadamia nuts in this luxurious muffin will make you think you're having your morning coffee in Hawaii. Drizzle with honey for an added touch of sweetness.

"These muffins are delicious and well-worth the time it takes to assemble all the ingredients. The topping adds a fancy touch to make these perfect for serving guests. "
Blueberry-Coconut-Macadamia Muffins

22 Reviews for Blueberry-Coconut-Macadamia Muffins


These are very good muffins. I subbed walnuts for macadamias.

Directions are very cumbersome. Much easier to follow if you separate the topping ingredients in their own short list, then the dry ingredients and then wet ones. I retyped it for future use.


I have made these twice and my Husband and I loved them! Total fans! I made them with veg oil because I didn't have canola, just sub what you have, no big deal. Did not make any other substitutions, so my review is for the actual recipe.

Good, but don't keep we'll

These were delicious right out of the oven, but got a bit dense and gummy after a couple days. I might add more nuts to the batter itself. Some reviewers have said there were too many blueberries, but I thought the blueberries and coconut were the best part!

Fantastic muffins

These muffins were yummy. I totally forgot to add the canola oil, but they still turned out really good. I plan to add a bit of cream cheese when I have them for breakfast to add a bit of moisture to them (they are a bit dry). Overall, though, they are really good and will make breakfast very easy for the next couple of days


These are horrible recipes, full of dairy and egg and sugar. Who eats these things? Surely not people who care about health.

Comments (2)


Anonymous wrote 2 years 12 weeks ago

Whoa there, friend. No need

Whoa there, friend. No need to be rude and pompous.

Anonymous wrote 2 years 45 weeks ago

Actually, all of those things

Actually, all of those things in the appropriate amounts are healthy. As long as you portion correctly it can make quite the difference in a persons weight and health.

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