Zucchini Muffins a la FatFree Vegan

Zucchini muffins
I’ve been having the time of my life going through the FatFree Vegan Kitchen blog to find recipes I’d like to cook all this month for Tried and Tasted, the event started by Zlamushka’s Spicy Kitchen that’s making its home right here on Holy Cow! for the month of May.
It’s been hard, believe me, only because there’s so much to choose from that at first I just couldn’t make up my mind what I wanted to make first.

Because it was a weekend, and because I had zucchini on hand, I ended up choosing these zucchini muffins for breakfast.

I was just thinking what a great time it is for cooking from the FatFree Vegan. Summer’s around the corner and I’d love to lose a few pounds. And as the term FatFree Vegan pretty much explains, Susan rarely adds any fat to her recipes, which means I can eat great and still know I’m eating healthy. What’s more, she also includes the nutritional analysis for each of her recipes, telling you exactly how many calories, fat and protein there is in each serving, among other things. How much better can it get?
Zucchini muffins
I absolutely loved these zucchini muffins which are whole-wheat and still really light and fluffy. They’re also mildly sweet. Desi, who has a very sweet tooth, ate them with some jelly, but they are also great on their own.

Here’s a link to Susan’s recipe. I followed it to the letter and I did not use the cinnamon crumb topping, although I might try it the next time I bake these up.

Enjoy, all, and I look forward to seeing what you cook up from the FatFree Vegan Kitchen over the coming days.

Have a great Sunday!
Zucchini muffins

(C) All recipes and photographs copyright of Holy Cow! Vegan Recipes.

14 thoughts on “Zucchini Muffins a la FatFree Vegan

  1. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Pavani

    May 3, 2009 at 9:33pm

    Those muffins look moist and delicious. YUmm.. Have a great week ahead.

  2. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Yasmeen

    May 3, 2009 at 9:34pm

    Yummy muffins! I’ve made my pick from the incredible blog,hopefully I’ll cook it up this week:)

  3. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Indhu

    May 4, 2009 at 12:35am

    yummy looking muffins… I spent atleast an hour looking through Susan’s blog… loved her recipes…. like you said, her blog provides a lot of options :)

  4. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Pavithra Kodical

    May 4, 2009 at 1:29am

    Muffins look delicious..Never tried baking muffins at home yet.I am still taking baby steps in baking.

  5. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Curry Leaf

    May 4, 2009 at 1:43am

    Yummy.I too ave bookmarked few recipes and may try this week.The muffins looks perfect for bfast

  6. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Priya

    May 4, 2009 at 7:39am

    Muffins looks great..i did few picks from the fabulous blog, yet to try..

  7. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Shreya

    May 4, 2009 at 9:02am

    perfect muffins, Vaishali:-) Love the colour. As always, I can only say that I wish I could bake!

  8. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Cham

    May 4, 2009 at 10:03pm

    You ve made a great choice for T & T , I will try to cook something from her ocean!

  9. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Anonymous

    October 3, 2010 at 11:28pm

    Vaishali

    Do you peel the zucchini before using in bread/cake?

  10. Permalink  ⋅ Reply

    Vaishali

    October 4, 2010 at 2:35pm

    Anonymous, no. I don’t peel any vegetable unless they have really thick/inedible peels.

Thank you for visiting Holy Cow! I love hearing from you, so take a moment to say hello or tell me what you thought of this post. Thank you!