This amazing recipe for vegan pineapple muffins is the perfect blend of sweet and refreshing. Plus, they’re super healthy. Give them a try!
Prepare for your day to get amazing! 🙂 I prepared the most delicious dessert for you, a recipe that is both quick and super tasty!
We are going to make vegan pineapple muffins! With only a handful of simple ingredients, this treat is going to make your afternoon snack a delight. It’s also a super fresh alternative to regular chocolate muffins, a little bit lower in sugar with a nice veeeery subtle sour tint.
I am a really big fan of muffins. I can have them anytime and anywhere! And it’s no wonder since it’s so easy to get some. You can buy them virtually everywhere. That’s why the temptation is high – every coffee break is a muffin opportunity! But as convenient as that is, baking your own sweets is much better. It’s not only cheaper, but it’s healthier too.
As it happens to any home-cooked meals and sweets, preparing your own food gives you the advantage of controlling everything that goes in there!
With this recipe, you are going to be sure that your muffins are made out of 100% natural ingredients, completely vegan and adapted to your dietary choices. You can make them gluten-free, you can add more or less sugar depending on how sweet you want them, and you can eat them without any worries. And preparing them won’t even take that long!
Muffins are all about being quick! You just mix together the ingredients, throw them in the oven (or better yet, muffin maker) for 25 minutes or so and you’re ready! Being the master of your food makes eating and enjoying your food so much better! Quite often, when I eat store-bought stuff I get a little bit anxious.
There are, of course, some bakeries and restaurants that I know and trust, but besides that, I feel like I’m taking a shot in the dark. Who knows how bad those ingredients we can’t even pronounce on the food labels actually are. Making your own muffins will help you skip the doubt! 🙂
Muffins are a favorite dessert all over the world. They are cute, colorful, easy to make and so tasty! And the fact that they come out as distinct little cakes makes them so convenient for sharing with others. You can take them to a party, tea party, evening with friends and everybody will have their own little muffin to enjoy!
When you bake a full-size cake, the part where you start cutting will eventually get dry. Unless you eating all once, of course. Which, you know, sometimes happens. Oops! 🙂 But that won’t be a problem with muffins. You can eat one, and then still have 10 other perfect, intact little muffins waiting for you.
They’re perfect to bake in advance and then take them to work, one by one (or two by two, it’ll be out secret) and day by day to work or school. Super convenient! 🙂
But I don’t think you need me to convince you how great muffins are. We all know it already! Let’s talk a little bit about the history of muffins. The word may actually refer to two quite different things!
The first muffins to appear are the English muffins. They were invented somewhere in the 10th or 11th Century in Whales. The English muffins are baked into a round shape, then cut in half and served with butter. American muffins, on the other hand, didn’t appear until the baking powder was invented. And American muffins almost always have baked-in toppings – such as some fruit or chocolate chips. And of course, that’s what we’re making today, and our topping is going to be one of my favorite fruit – pineapple!
I am quite sure that you are going to enjoy these amazing muffins. They are nice and soft, flavorful and absolutely delicious. Whether you share them with your friends or keep them for you and your family, these muffins are going to be a huge success!
Not going into any more detail, just follow the detailed instructions below and you are going to see for yourself! Just don’t forget to leave a comment and tell me what you thought about this recipe. As I always tell you, your feedback helps me make this food blog better and better!
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Vegan Pineapple Muffins
This amazing recipe for vegan pineapple muffins is the perfect blend of sweet and refreshing. Plus, they're super healthy. Give them a try!
- 200g (1 1/2cup) flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 100g (½ cup) sugar
- 110g (½ cup) vegan butter
- 240ml (1 cup) coconut milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 80g (½ cup) chopped pineapple, I used canned
- If you use canned pineapple, take it out of its juice and let it drain on a clean towel.
- In a bowl, mix the flour, baking powder, and sugar.
- In a separate bowl, combine the melted butter, milk and vanilla.
- Transfer to the dry ingredients and mix to combine.
- Add the chopped pineapple and transfer it to a paper-lined muffin tin.
- Bake at 180 degrees Celsius for 20-25 minutes.
Amount Per Serving Calories 217Total Fat 9.5gCarbohydrates 30.7gProtein 2g
Friday 13th of March 2020
Muffins and pineapple, perfect combo! love this!
Friday 3rd of April 2020
I'm so glad you liked it!
Wednesday 4th of March 2020
When I saw the "Vegan Pineapple Muffins" I immediately scrolled to the recipe. I love healthy muffins and don't have any pineapple muffin recipes. I don't mean to be negative but, how can you call this a healthy muffin recipe? I think you need to seriously rethink your criteria for healthy!
Friday 3rd of April 2020
Hi, Mary. It's all about balance in a healthy diet. I don't see anything unhealthy in eating some flour-baked goods from time to time, even if it's white flour. I try to avoid white sugar, that is why I use coconut sugar or brown sugar. Personally, I don't see anything unhealthy about this recipe. It's not like you're going to eat this every day and 10 muffins per serving...