1. Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) says

    Okay, that's what I want for breakfast. Healthy, and chocolate! Do you deliver to Rhode Island???

  2. Pretend Chef says

    These muffins sound so delicious and look moist. I need to make a batch of these for breakfast to go with my morning cup of coffee. Yummy!

  3. Jeanette says

    These muffins turned out really moist and chocolatey – you'd never know they were gluten-free. All my kids loved them!

  4. Shirley @ gfe says

    Fantastic, Jeanette! It's a little cooler today so I'm getting back into muffin mode. Well, I've never gotten out of wanting to eat muffins, but baking them was another matter. 😉 GF baked goods should never, ever be grainy. I've only tried King Arthur products once, but I think they got it right in terms of having finely ground flour and baking mixes. That is key. Such a lovely flavor combo!


  5. Anonymous says

    I have never seen coconut sugar, what can I use instead and what kind of measurement? I generally bake with either splenda, honey or agave nectar, sometimes with stevia

  6. France@beyondthepeel says

    Jeanette these look so moist and tasty, which is not super typical of gluten free, dairy free muffins. Definitely worth giving these a try!

  7. Jeanette says

    I think the combination of high quality flours, yogurt, olive oil, and the chocolate chips all contributed to the moistness in these muffins. If you don't have coconut sugar, feel free to substitute your favorite sweetener. I try to use unprocessed sugars in my baking whenever possible. I'm not sure how to substitute splenda or stevia for sugar. Agave nectar is sweeter than sugar, so I would use less if you're substituting for sugar. If anyone tries these sweeteners, would love to hear how these muffins turn out.

  8. Joanne says

    I haven't eaten a chocolate muffin in forever but they have always been my favorite (weird because I'm usually such a vanilla girl). I love that these are semi guilt-free with all of those whole grains!

  9. Vegiegail says

    Chocolate, coffee, gluten-free, vegan, and made with So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt? I am all over these! They look insanely delicious!!!!

  10. myfudo says

    Another one of those gluten free stuff that will add up to my long line list. This is great for my diet program.

  11. Kathy says

    I made these today but mine weren’t gluten free, still yummy though! …but…is it not good that I ate 1/4 of this recipe…all within an hour?

  12. Ellen (Gluten Free Diva) says

    These look fantastic. How can you go wrong mixing chocolate and coffee and coconut?! A perfect combination!

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