Gluten free coffee chocolate muffins

This is my first time making these gluten free coffee chocolate muffins and oh boy I am in love. I actually used coffee flour for the first time to make muffins and I know I will be using it for time to come.

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I have been looking to experiment with new flours lately. I have had coffee flour in mind for a while and today I was able to use to make these gluten free coffee chocolate muffins.

Because coffee is a bit bitter and I used both coffee flour and drinking coffee for the batter I had to use a bit more sugar.

Coffee flour gives the muffins a very delicate texture. It is similar to coconut flour so if you are into gluten free flours you will love this type.

I am sure you can also make different flavors. You can mix this batter and make a banana chocolate flavor muffin. You can also use any type of nuts or even chocolate chips. Anything goes!

To obtain the coffee chocolate muffin recipe make sure you visit my friends at Nuts.com You will be able to purchase the coffee flour and shop for any other healthy ingredients you may need for your cooking and baking such as nuts, dried fruits, grains, flours and much more.

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This recipe is sponsored by Nuts.com The opinions and text are all mine. The end.

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16 comments

  1. Love that these are gluten free!!! Coffee Chocolate = Yumminess

  2. Two of my favorite flavors in a muffin!

  3. Coffee and chocolate together are magical! What a great way to start the day!

  4. I’m addicted to chocolate, and these look perfect to me!

  5. Those muffins are insane! Coffee and chocolate are my first loves.
    And, uhm, coffee flour?! SPEAK TO ME!

  6. I’ll be heading over to check out this recipe, how interesting – coffee flour. I had no idea there was such a thing. Gorgeous muffins too!

  7. These look so rich and decadent! And of course, delicious!

  8. Hey Miryam are we sure about these measurements? Mine does not look like yours. Mine came out really thick and dry. :(

    • Really? I actually am. If the batter is too dry next time try to add a bit more liquid. I will try to make them again soon to double check!

    • Seems like it should be 1 cup brown rice flour, 1/2 cup coffee flour, 1/2 cup cacoa – something like that. No?

    • Wait there is no brown rice flour but just coffee flour!

    • Right. It’s really bitter that’s why i was thinking it was a typo or something and it should have been only partial coffee flour. They seem so good, the coffee flour is so interesting. But they were not good. Help!

    • So they were dried? That was the issue? Or not sweet enough?? You can add a tad more sugar if you like and then some more liquid like the milk if they are too dried. Until I don’t make them again I won’t be able to advice. I think the ingredient list is correct but I will let you know once I make them again!

    • Ok yes please make them again and see what you think. Such an interesting product the coffee flour. Glad you have included it in your recipes! Thanks!

  9. Mine were completely dry and thick – any ideas?

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