Almond Flour Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins & Bob’s Red Mill Giveaway

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Some things in life are just meant to be savored:

The perfect open-toed sandals and the warmth of spring.

Pastured butter and freshly-baked muffins.

Childhood and sweet, seasonal memories.

Tart, juicy lemons and delicate poppy seeds.

Growing up, I fondly remember early mornings with my mom. She possessed a special touch for making even the most hurried mornings extra memorable. From chalkboard coffee mugs with an “I love you” message to carefully preparing my favorite cheesy eggs. She always knew how to add that special “mom touch”.

Every breakfast was special, but springtime meant an extra special morning treat, lemon poppy seed muffins. Yes, they were store-bought, but the miniature muffins with cake-like texture made spring breakfast extra delicious.

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With the first spotting of spring– the breezy warm weather, clear blue skies, and flowers blooming; my mind (and taste-buds) always drift back to those early morning lemon poppy seed muffins. Such sweet memories are meant to be recreated and savored, so who am I to resist? Creating the perfect lemon poppy seed muffin, that mimics my sweet and tangy memories, has been no easy task. Until last weekend…

A few weeks ago, my friends at Bob’s Red Mill sent me a couple bags of almond meal/flour. Our family isn’t gluten-free, but Bob’s Almond Meal/Flour has quickly become one of my favorite flours for baking, producing wonderfully moist results.  With fresh bags of almond flour and a springtime breakfast memory calling, I spent last weekend baking.

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Light-textured almond meal/flour was whisked together with coconut flour; along with a touch of baking soda and baking powder.

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Butter, fresh eggs, golden honey, and sour cream were harmoniously creamed. A splash of homemade vanilla extract was added, complemented by the sweet zest of an orange.

lemon-poppy-seed-muffins-almond-flour-gluten-freeLemon juice flowed, and poppy seeds were sprinkled.

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The result was glorious, bringing back childhood memories with each bite (and trust me, there were many). The light texture of Bob’s Red Mill Almond Meal/Flour combined with creamy, rich ingredients, produced the perfect lemon poppy seed muffins. Gluten-free, cake-like muffins that are delicate and bold, sweet and tangy. The almond flour not only provides the perfect light texture, but also boosts the nutritional benefits with: protein, vitamin E, and healthy fat.

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Today, I’m sharing this delicious and nourishing recipe. A spring-inspired muffin sure to please everyone in the family. My friends at Bob’s Red Mill are also graciously giving away a 1lb bag of Bob’s Red Mill Almond Meal/Flour to three Live Simply readers. The giveaway is simple, no strings attached, just follow the widget below.

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Almond Flour Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Ingredients

  • 2 cups (packed) Bob's Red Mill Almond Meal/Flour (where to buy)
  • 1/2 cup coconut Bob's Red Mill Coconut Flour (where to buy)
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder (where to buy)
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda (where to buy)
  • 1/4 tsp good-quality salt
  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • 2/3 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup sour cream (or Greek yogurt)
  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract (homemade)
  • orange zest from one small-medium orange
  • 1 TB poppy seeds (where to buy)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the: almond meal/flour, coconut flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.
  3. In a separate bowl (I use a stand-mixer bowl), add the butter and honey. Using a mixer (if using a stand mixer, use the paddle attachment) or lots of muscle and a wood spoon, cream together the butter and honey. Add the sour cream and continue to beat until combined and smooth.
  4. Add the beaten eggs, lemon juice, and vanilla extract. Stir to combine. Finally, fold in the poppy seeds and orange zest.
  5. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, stirring together.
  6. Scoop into muffin cups and bake for 25-30 minutes.
http://livesimply.me/2014/04/23/almond-flour-lemon-poppy-seed-muffins-gluten-free/

Recipe makes 15-18 muffins.

The giveaway contest runs from April 23rd, 2014 (10am EST) to April 30th, 2014 (11:59pm EST). The three winners will be announced within 48 hours of the giveaway ending, here on the blog.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. The opinions and photos expressed are completely my own.

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Kristin is a stay-at-home mom to her two children, Piper (4) and Londyn (2). She loves to share her real food tips, ideas, and recipes for feeding the entire family nourishing real food. She is passionate about encouraging moms on this journey of simple, natural living and traditional, real food. Kristin is a professional writer and the creator of Live Simply.

197 Comments

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    dontwastethecrumbs

    Kristin, these muffins look delicious! I love that they have honey and you don’t have to separate the eggs (call me lazy, lol). I’m sharing with my reader today – I know they’ll love these too!!

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Lol, I’m a bit lazy with my eggs too…I like quick and simple ;). Thank you so much for sharing.

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Christy

      I plan to use Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour to make Almond Cookies and that wonderful recipe above!!

    • Reply April 25, 2014

      Trish Carty

      Trish from keepthebeet stopping by to day I am excited to try this recipe this weekend! Thanks!!

    • For some reason I’m not seeing the place to enter a comment. But I am able to reply. Sorry for adding the comment here. These look delicious! I love finding new ways to use almond flour, can’t wait to try making these. I love the addition of sour cream too, I’ve never thought of that before. Thanks for sharing!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Scratch Mommy

    I have cake recipe that uses almond flour and my family loves it. I’ll make that…and (of course!) these lovely little muffins!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Rebecca F

    I don’t have many recipes that use this, but I will definitely look online for some… I would start with these muffins, they sound DELICIOUS!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Ruth

    I would like to make muffins, cakes, and biscuits!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Kelly Smith

    Yummy! We love almond flour for grain-free baking. I am so excited about your giveaway! Will definitely be sharing it, sweet friend! xo

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Heather B

    I work with children and adults who have developmental disabilities and I would make muffins, breads, cupcakes and cakes for the them.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Stefanie Bennett Lyons

    I would like to try this in place of my regular white flour. Apple cinnamon muffins are on the list!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    michele

    would love to try this recipe! thanks!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Diana Cote

    We use almond flour to make paleo baked goodies, i would love to try this recipe… looks and sounds so yummy. :D

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Lauren S.

    I could make so many recipes with this! I am celiac, so almond flour is something I am very thankful for. I’d love to try pizza crust and crackers.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    bethelderton

    I love Lemon Poppy Seed and would love to try this recipe! I also have a recipe for an Orange and Dark Chocolate Cake that calls for almond flour.
    Mary Beth Elderton

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    JenniferB

    I want to make macarons

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Angela LaMunyon

    I would use it for everything :) My favorite is making chicken nuggets!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Julia Armstrong Brown

    These look soooo yummy!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Amy

    I’m going to bake a cake!!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Shari Z

    I love muffins too and plan on making a lot of muffins :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Cherie

    I plan on using it to make this recipe! And since my mother needs to eat gluten free, and lemon is her favorite flavor (equal only to chocolate lol), this will be her Mother’s Day “cake.” :-)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Bekah

    I would love to try this recipe actually with the flour! The lemon poppy seed muffins. :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Judi

    These muffins look fabulous!!! I absolutely will make them when I get almond flour!!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Carly

    Almond cookies

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Melinda s.

    I make a bunch of banana bread!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Joy Scheele

    I would love to use Bob’s Red mill almond flour in my cranberry bread that my family craves.

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Yum! Cranberry bread is a favorite in our house too.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Jennifer

    I plan to bake muffins or bread.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Christy Z

    I’ll be making these muffins!! They look delicious!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Leela

    I would like to make a cake with almond flour, thanks!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Ann Marie mones

    I plan to make lots of muffins and cookies with it!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Rachel

    I will certainly try this recipe, but I also have a banana waffle recipe I love that uses almond flour!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Katrina Beaver

    Can I sub the coconut flour for regular A.P. flour? I have loads of almond meal lurking in my pantry (side effect of making your own almond milk) but don’t have the coconut flour on hand. I don’t need it to be gluten free, just looking for a great recipe to use up that meal :)

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Hey Katrina, The coconut flour helps to absorb the liquid in this recipe, allowing them to nicely rise and dome. I’ve made this recipe multiple times without the coconut flour. You can simply sub more almond flour for coconut flour. They’ll be a bit more moist, but perfectly delicious!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Amber@BareNaturalMommy

    I LOVE grain free pumpkin muffins!!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Nancy A.

    I am new to using almond flour, but have been seeing all these recipes for muffins in a mug and they use almond flour. Would love to try it and your recipes, also!!

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Nancy, I keep seeing those recipes too! I should try one soon.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Aprille

    these look delish!! Excited to try the recipe!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Isabella M.

    I’ll make gluten-free chocolate chip cookies.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Michelle

    How I plan to use this flour: I’m totally making these lemon poppy seed muffins!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Mandy S.

    These look wonderful!!!! I LOVE lemon!!!!! :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Nicole Reeves

    I have a recipe that I’ve been wanting to try but have never gotten any almond meal for.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Tanya Mulkins

    I love making paleo muffins of any kind with almond flour. Yummm

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Chelsea W

    chocolate chip cookies!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Jacquie Z

    I’ll be using it for chicken coating and these muffins.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Brooke Sopher

    Definitely going to start with this recipe! Yum!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    kiley

    Cookies!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Annoyed

    You know, not everyone who follows you does social media. I know you don’t care because it doesn’t promote anything, just so you know

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Hi Annoyed, I’m sorry you’re annoyed. Leaving a blog comment is a giveaway entry, so you just entered :). None of the social media actions are “mandatory” for the entry. Best of luck :).

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Tammy C

    I think I’d first try some blueberry muffins!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Desiree

    I have . yet to use almond flour. I need to start branching out.

    • Reply April 23, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Hey Desiree, It’s a great flour to branch out with. Takes a bit of playing around, but once you get a feel for how it bakes/cooks, there are so many delicious possibilities!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    patricia

    I love almond flour and definitely be trying these muffins.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Ginger

    I’ve made some good biscuits with it, but I’d like to try muffins (berry season is almost here!).

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Taryn

    These look great! I will deff try them!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    April

    I would be making these muffins!

  • I would use the almond flour for muffin baking- specifically tangy lemon blueberry muffins! Thank you!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Beckee Marie

    YUM! I would def make those DELISH looking Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins!!! :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Teri

    I have a few bread recipes I would love to try

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Sandy

    Trying this this weekend for a bachelorette brunch :)

    • Reply April 24, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Sandy, These are perfect for a bachelorette lunch! Enjoy and have fun!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Michele

    I love making chocolate chip cookies with coconut oil and maple syrup (Elana’s Pantry has the best recipes!).

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Teresa

    I enjoy making Almond cakes and other goodies.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Andrea

    These are perfect for my MIL! I will use the flour to bake muffins for her and my family.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    normattgn

    almond flour is my basic flour for baked goods.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Bobbie Strahn

    Yum!! I love Poppy Seed Lemon Muffins. I’m trying this recipe.

  • These muffins as well as a couple of recipes that I’ve pinned

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Karen Delaney

    I’d like to make a recipe I have for flourless chocolate cake

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Amber

    I’m doing low carb. I miss cereal more than anything and I found a recipe for a homemade, low carb cereal that calls for almond flour. I’d love to give it a go!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Devon Hernandez

    These muffins look and sound glorious! I have been dying to make a dense flour less chocolate cake with almond meal. This would be perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    kris

    Almond flour is becoming my favorite things for making treats at our house.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Erica

    I would like to try this muffin recipe. The way you describe the flavor is enticing!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Martine Bracke

    doing an almond and raisin bread

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Britt

    I would make this delicious almond flour and orange cake. It’s so good. :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Susan Broughton

    I would use it for cakes, and muffins and any other recipes I can find. I am diabetic and I am told this is better to use that flour. So i really want to try this out

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Roxana Saez

    These lemon poppy seed muffins look great so I’ll have to divide up the flour because I’m having a real craving for cookies of all sorts. I need the comfort of some cookies right about now. I’ve been so good about staying gluten free and low carb. I’ve earned my cookie :O)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    vickykoen

    I’d like to make these muffins and tortillas. :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Elizabeth G.

    I’ll make cookies and banana bread.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Brenda Turl

    I would use the almond flour to make these muffins as well as an orange cake recipe that I have. My granddaughter is gluten free so it’s nice to have recipes so I can make treats for her.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Heather Pearson

    So many things I would use this for! Muffins, cookies, breading, and more! Would love to get some almond flour :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    susurrusss

    OMG, these muffins look delicious! i will try to find these ingredients soon so I can bake these! Yum!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Inga

    I’d like to try out some pancakes with this.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Magdalena

    they look super delicious. Making them tomorrow!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    tammy cordery

    I think I’ll make my corn muffins with it.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Donna F.

    I would make cookies and definitely these muffins too!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Adele

    This would be great for baking breads, cakes and muffins.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Janet R

    These muffins look awesome! I’m excited to try new flours!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Caro

    Need the almond meal to make these muffins.

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Debbie Dever

    I will probably make blueberry muffins because anything blueberry is delicious!

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Vicki

    Can’t wait to try these muffins, they look so yummy!

  • I am super excited about this giveaway!! I am in serious need of some almond flour for a slew of recipes I’m dying to try. I can’t wait to try this muffin recipe. The Stud Muffin LOVES lemon poppy seed anything!! :)

  • Reply April 23, 2014

    Karen

    I bake with almond and coconut flour exclusively (and arrowroot). I’ve been wanting a good lemon poppy seed muffin recipe so I’m excited to try this. I also would use it to make my chicken nuggets. And I’ve been wanting to try Elana’s chocolate cake as muffins with a few tweaks…… Less sweetener mostly. Thanks for the recipe(s). Love the blog.

    • Reply April 24, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Thank you, Karen. Chicken nuggets in almond flour sound yummy. I’ve been wanting to try Elana’s chocolate cake too, looks so yummy!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Dee

    Well, these muffins look like the perfect place to start!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Tanya R.

    I love to try a new dessert.

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Malka Essock

    these sound delicious! as i was going down the recipe i was thinking, coconut flour would be good in these, and then i got to add coconut flour!! i like to tuck a little almond flour in almost anything i bake!

    • Reply April 24, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      lol, I’m so glad I added coconut flour ;). I find the coconut flour really helps absorb the liquid while still maintain the moist texture of the almond flour. Enjoy :)

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    lori

    lemon poppy seed muffins using this recipe…on the list!! yum

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Wendy

    Looks like a yummy recipe!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Andrea

    I love using almond flour when making pumpkin pancakes, keeps my gluten free family happy!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    dailydealsjc1

    I’d love to make macarons!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Debbie

    Hi Kristen….love your site and have been using Bobs GF products for a that last year. I cook alot with almond and coconut flour. Love this recipe but do you think that I could substitute coconut oil for the butter? Or a last 1/2 and 1/2. What do you think?

    • Reply April 24, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Hi Debbie, Thank you so much, glad to have you here :). I’m not sure about the coconut oil. I’m afraid it would effect the texture too much, but it’s worth a try! Make sure it’s not melted.

      • Reply April 27, 2014

        Debbie F.

        Thanks for getting back to me Kristin. I would have melted it first…thanks for that heads up! I think that you may be right about the texture. May try 1/2 & 1/2 and see what happens. If I do, I will let you know how they turned out.
        Thanks so much for sharing all your terrific recipes, you are an inspiration to me to try and experiment with this new, dietary journey I am now on for the rest of my life!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Katy M.

    Would love to try the almond flour. I have several GF recipes that call for it and it’s a pain in the butt to grind my own! This would make like so much easier!

  • If I win I’m definitely making these muffins!!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    darcie

    I like that you didn’t use xanthan gum here, that’s a big plus for me!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Amanda

    I love to make almond flour pancakes.

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    camille lopez

    muffins, quick bread, pancakes….i love almond flour but need to learn more recipes :-)

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Valerie Fieber

    make a dessert for sure! not sure what yet though : )

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    lucidmoonstudio

    I bake with almond flour very frequently and I would like to try your lemon poppy seed muffins for sure!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    julie

    I would love to do some baking, would definitely try these muffins

  • Kristin, these are just beautiful! I love that they use almond flour. I’ve never experimented with it before so I’m definitely going to have to give them a try! Sharing!!

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    Carla

    We periodically go gluten-free especially when my son is having unusual symptoms. We put him on an elimination diet to see if we can pinpoint what is making him sick. During these times we use a lot of almond flour.

  • Reply April 24, 2014

    sharon

    The poppy seed lemon muffins look delectable and that is what I would bake.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    anela

    I need to try this and am excited to use almond flour in all my baking instead of wheat!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Jeffrey Lammers

    I would use the Almond Flour to make shortbread cookies dipped in dark chocolate!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Ginny

    Just beginning down the road to gluten free or at least greatly less in my baking! Would love to try this almond flour. Next time I’m in Portland I am planning on visiting Bob’s!!! :)

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Thalia

    This Lemon Poppy Seed Muffin recipe looks yummy. Would love to try it with Bob’s Red Mill almond flour.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Rachel @ Day2day joys

    These look so good and we love almond flour!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Lydia

    Looks like a tasty recipe!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Anna@Green Talk

    I use almond flour all the time since we are gluten free here. Love their products. I can’t wait to make the recipe.

    PS I love your muffin tin…where do you get it.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Susanne Runion

    These look great, I will have to try these. Thanks for posting this.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Michelle S

    I found just in time for Saturday morning!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Zoe @ One Beet

    I’m making these as soon as I get poppy seeds! They look amazing and perfect for a GF sweet treat. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Katie H

    There are so many recipes that I have saved that use Almond Flour. I can’t wait to try it!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Anne

    These muffins sound amazing. I can’t wait to try them.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Talia Bartoe

    I love to make grain free cookies!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    ecokaren

    These look amazing!!

  • My husband and kids (and of course myself) LOVE all of your recipes Kristen so I can’t wait to try these muffins out! And the best part is that I have everything I need right here! Now all I need to do is whip up some sort of lemon poppy seed smoothie to go along with it. Muffins and smoothies have become a Sunday morning tradition! Thank you!!!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Christa

    First off I think I would try this splendid recipe above :)

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Starla Jimenez

    I would try your Lemon Poppy Seed muffins recipe! They look yummy!!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Cathy

    I have a dangerously good paleo chocolate chip cookie recipe that is made with 2-1/2 cups of almond flour…I would be thrilled to win :-) Thanks!

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Sandi

    Can’t wait to try the almond flour lemon poppy seed muffins.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Ellen Renee

    I have never used almond flour before but have several blog recipes that call for it. I love the look of your muffins – that may be my introduction recipe.

  • Reply April 25, 2014

    Cindy

    I’m going to try these muffins and an almond flour/flax seed biscuit recipe

  • Reply April 26, 2014

    Amanda J

    I would love to try this flour in a recipe for some power bars or some tea cookies

  • You have adorable muffin tins. Seriously- that’s unfair. ;) I love this recipe and as soon as I can refinance the house so I can afford all these fancy non-wheat flours, I’ll make these. ;)

  • Reply April 26, 2014

    Melanie Hawk

    I would honestly be using Bob Reds Almond Mill Flour every day….. in my home, I have had to made quick changes to our diets to meet the needs of my special needs child. I have been looking for flour substitutes and I do know already the quality that is incorporated with Bob Reds. I am excited to try out this recipe and definitely hope I do win the giveaway. Thank you so very much for all that you do!

  • Reply April 26, 2014

    emily

    I would make these muffins or some macarons!

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Marcella Hammond

    I use Bob’s Red Mill Almond flour for GF macaroni and cheese, Paleo pancakes, cookies, all kinds of things!

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Christine

    I would like to try using almond flour to make pancakes!

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Ruth W

    Excited to try these yummy muffins!!

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Charlotte Moore

    Muffins of some sort would be idea. These look mighty tasty too.

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Su-sieee! Mac

    I’d use the flour to make pizza.

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Kerry V

    I am a big fan of this flour. I have made cookies, pies, flatbread. I would continue to do the same. Especially some chocolate chip cookies!!

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    emily r

    I would definitely try your poppyseed muffin recipe with the almond flour!!

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Debi H.

    If I won I would use the Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour to make the lemon poppy seed muffins.

  • Reply April 27, 2014

    Cindy Lynn

    Okay, headed to Amazon to put some almond flour in my cart. Excited!

  • Reply April 28, 2014

    Samantha

    If I won I would probably try these yummy muffins out, we are trying to stick to Paleo and with 4 kids, these “healthier” treats are what keep the kids motivated to stick to it. I love almond flour now as there are so many things you can use it for.

  • Reply April 28, 2014

    Danielle

    Can’t wait to try these! They look so yummy!! :)
    I don’t have any Almond Flour (yet!), but will have to try it!

  • Reply April 28, 2014

    Joanna

    I’ve just bought my first package of Bob’s Flour. I haven’t used it yet but anxious to try it out!

  • Reply April 28, 2014

    yoshimi

    probably make cookies with it!

  • Reply April 29, 2014

    Marilyn Kaplan

    LOVE Bob’s Red Mill products! I’m suddenly on a limited budget but the almond flour is my new want. I would love to make some Danish cookies with it. You know, those light layered cookies that are wonderfully buttery? I had some once (in the early 80′s) from a trip to Carmel by the Sea back when life wasn’t so restricted monetarily. It’s the only time I ever tasted such a wonderful cookie! It’s on my bucket list to find the perfect recipe for them. I went back in the early 90′s and the bakery was no longer there….

  • Reply April 29, 2014

    Dandi D

    I’d like to try it in some muffins.

  • Reply April 29, 2014

    Katrina Nellenbach

    I would love to make this recipe! It sounds delicious! Bob’s Red Mill products are great and I have used many of them including the Almond Flour for baking.

  • Reply April 29, 2014

    Meghan Stewart

    I would LOVE to use it to make some yummy allergen free homemade chocolate chip cookies!! YUM!

  • […] Breakfast – Lemon Poppyseed Muffins (grain-free) […]

  • Reply July 15, 2014

    Ana

    Hi =)

    I’m so tempted to do this recipe, but I cannot find almond flour where I live. Can I substitute it with normal flour?

    Thanks

    • Reply July 15, 2014

      Kristin Marr

      Hi Ana, The almond and coconut flour in this recipe act differently than the average gluten flour. I think you could play around with white or white wheat flour and adjust the liquids as needed. If you’re using “regular” flour I’d also leave out the coconut flour as it isn’t needed for absorbing moisture.

      • Reply July 15, 2014

        Ana

        thanks!! =)

  • Reply July 15, 2014

    Ana

    Hi =)

    I’m so tempted to do this recipe, but I cannot find almond flour where I live. Can I substitute it with normal flour?

    Thanks :)

    • Reply July 15, 2014

      Ana

      sorry for the duplicate comment

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