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  1. Baker Street

    Coconut oil and milk! Mmmm.. That ought to have made it yummier! Love those liners you used to bake the muffins..:)

  2. Lime and coconut is one of my favorite combinations. Interesting that they turned biscuity. That might make them good accompaniments to a Caribbean style stew!

    • They still had a muffin texture, but for some reason, the taste reminded me of a biscuit. Like I said, it could just be because I knew the self-rising flour was in it and that’s the only other thing I’ve used it for. I loved them, all the same.

  3. Hooray! Happy to be baking with you again, Carrie! Totally agree on the lime substitute; that’s what I did, too. I love that you really went all the way with the coconut add-ins and flavours. Yum.

    Also? So envious of your amazing baking cup collection. I don’t tend to use them, but then I see all your pretty cups and it makes me want to start! Lovely! xo

    • I prefer baking in my silicone muffin pans, but one of them tore and I can’t track down the same brand anymore, so I started using the paper liners again in my stoneware muffin pan. Thanks!

  4. Barbie

    Lovely photos, Carrie! And I agree, I LOVE your baking cups! 😀

    Your muffins look so darn good, I’d like to have one now, so I can get through my day at work. 😐

  5. Bianca @ South Bay Rants n Raves

    You put the lime in the coconut & eat the muffin up! 🙂 Thanks to you I’m so going on a Sur La Table spree!

  6. You know I finally bought coconut oil and couldn’t believe I forgot to use it for these muffins! I also thought about using coconut milk but only after I already mixed in my yogurt LOL. No worries though for I’ll be baking these again. Your muffins look great.

  7. Anna

    Such a sweet and exotic treat! I can’t help but notice how cute and colorful your liners are! By the way, I will be using the powdered coconut milk, dissolved in water. I hope it win’t ruin the taste. Thanks!

  8. Jenna

    Delicious! I added in the lime and lemon juice from the zested fruit & put in some crushed hemp seed to add in extra fibre.

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