Poppy Kefir Spelt Muffins with Erythritol and Coconut Sugar


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The flavours of almond milk, coconut, raisin and poppy seed pair nicely in these jumbo spelt muffins, that are sweetened with erythritol and coconut sugar. Feel free to substitute spelt flour with the regular wheat flour.
Erythritol is a sugar substitute that looks and tastes like sugar, yet has almost no calories. It is available in both granulated and powdered forms. It is approximately 70% as sweet as sucrose and is safe for people with diabetes.

Poppy Coconut FillingBatter
  • 350 ml Almond milk
  • 30 g Coconut sugar
  • 70 g Erythritol
  • 2 tsp Grated lemon zest
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 30 g Coconut oil
  • 200 g Poppy seeds, ground
  • 50 g Desiccated coconut flakes
  • 150 g Raisins
  • 200 g Spelt pastry flour
  • 80 g Wholegrain spelt flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • 50 g Coconut sugar
  • 50 g Erythritol
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 50 g Olive oil
  • 2 Small eggs
  • 220 ml Kefir
  1. Place almond milk, coconut sugar, erythritol, lemon zest, cinnamon, coconut oil, ground poppy seeds, coconut flakes in a saucepan. Bring it to a simmer. Cover and set aside for 30 minutes. Stir in raisins. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F.
  2. Whisk together flours, baking soda, coconut sugar, erythritol and salt in a mixing bowl. In another bowl, whisk together olive oil, eggs and kefir until well combined.
  3. Make a well in the flour mixture and pour in the egg mixture. Mix until just incorporated. Divide half of the batter into 6 jumbo muffin cups or 10 regular ones. Fill each muffin with 1 tablespoon of poppy mixture. Save the rest of the filling for other recipes. Now cover them with the rest of batter.
  4. Bake the muffins in the middle of the hot oven for 30 minutes if using the jumbo muffin pan, and 20 minutes for a regular one, until nicely golden brown.

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68 comments:

Mindy Boyd 12/1/17 04:10

These muffins sound delicious. I think I need one now!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 12/1/17 06:03

Love poppy seed muffins! I'm curious-does the erithritol also measure like real sugar?

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Angie Schneider 12/1/17 07:55

@Abbe@This is How I Cook It is approximately 70% as sweet as sugar.

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The Happie Friends Potpourricorner 12/1/17 08:54

Yummy muffins.. Im in love with those cuties :)

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Ruxana Gafoor 12/1/17 09:02

The muffins looks so yummy...lovely presentation

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Jeff 12/1/17 13:20

I love the way you've layered the raisins into the muffins. They're beautiful. I'm sure they're as delicious as they are beautiful.

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Rafeeda AR 12/1/17 13:29

Oh, don't they look amazing!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 12/1/17 15:18

Oh my gosh, MUFFINS!! Seriously, when the weather gets cold all I want is muffins, so thank you for posting this Angie! These look fabulous and I love the flavors! I'll take a dozen please! ;) Cheers, friend!

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Tricia Buice 12/1/17 15:19

These muffins look wonderful Angie - they have a beautiful color and texture and healthy too! I love the filling, it sounds terrific. Thanks! Have a lovely weekend.

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Susan 12/1/17 15:22

These muffins look amazing, but I have to say, I've never heard of Erythritol! You always keep me on my toes looking for new ingredients. Love you, XOXO

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 12/1/17 15:44

They look so good, Angie! I love poppy seeds and coconut but have never put them together. Love these :)

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 12/1/17 16:07

Angie, why have I never combined poppy seeds and coconut in a recipe! And I happen to have both on hand!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 12/1/17 17:39

Spelt flour is on my list to try this year. I don't know why I haven't before! These muffins sound delicious!

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dedy oktavianus 12/1/17 19:14

Awesome recipe Angie!!
the only think that i known from the title is the muffin thou, lol

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Kelly 12/1/17 19:39

These muffins look so delicious, Angie! The perfect wholesome breakfast or snack!

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Chris Scheuer 12/1/17 20:09

These look perfect for a healthy breakfast. I didn't know about Erythritol, thanks for the information!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 12/1/17 20:35

Oh great looking muffins and love thta you used kefir again! I have heard of erythritol. I knew a chocolatier who ised is for diabetes cocholates actually.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 12/1/17 21:43

Hi Angie, these muffins look amazing, love how you sweetened them up.

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 12/1/17 22:05

Those muffins looks wonderful but it's my first time to hear about Erythritol. Is it available in supermarkets?

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Sharon D 13/1/17 03:30

This looks amazing, Angie! Are you not planning to run a bakery ..or you already do? :D

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mjskit 13/1/17 04:20

I love baking with spelt flour so I'm thrilled to have this recipe. That poppy seed filling sounds really, really good!

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Nammi 13/1/17 07:00

Looks yummm... never heard of this erythrrtol,

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Adina 13/1/17 09:04

Great looking muffins, they seem perfect for breakfast with that hearty looking crumb.

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Ivy 13/1/17 09:34

The muffins look delicious and people with diabetes will be grateful to you for creating such delicious treats!

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Alida 13/1/17 13:47

I have always loved poppy seeds and your muffins look gorgeous!!

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grace 13/1/17 16:33

what an interesting filling! i love poppy seeds (even though they can be so messy!), and i'm curious about erythritol--what a great find!

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Gingi Freeman 13/1/17 17:36

This looks super scrumptious!!! I have been wanting to get better at baking... - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Balvinder Ubi 13/1/17 22:42

Seriously amazing muffins! Sound so delish!

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Amy 14/1/17 02:33

What a great substitute for sugar. These muffin sounds delicious for a healthy breakfast. :)

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 14/1/17 05:36

I really must hunt down some erythritol to try it out. These muffins look great Angie :)

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Bindia | Indisk Mad 14/1/17 07:50

Looking so delicious, I would like to try these muffins.

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Monica 14/1/17 13:20

Lovely muffins - love that golden top and the filling in the center. It's nice to have a truly healthful muffin in the morning and feel good and energized about it.

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Sophie 14/1/17 13:38

I made your lovely muffins but used all coconut sugar in them! they were just so yummy! I already know that kefir added to bread & muffins, really works! Yum! yum!

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Muna Kenny 14/1/17 15:22

I like when you bake muffins that looks sooo delicious and make it healthy too. I also appreciate you introducing new healthier subs in recipes :)

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kitchen flavours 14/1/17 16:33

Lovely muffins, Angie! I love the golden brown colour and the poppy coconut filling sounds delicious!

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Nancy Chan 15/1/17 08:43

They look so good and I would like to have one with a hot cup of black coffee now!

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Barbara 15/1/17 16:08

Marvelous recipe, Angie. They look delicious and I love the ingredients!

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Geraldine Saucier 15/1/17 18:00

These muffins look healthy and delicious. I love using coconut sugar in my baking.

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Evolve With Mary 15/1/17 19:32

I defiantly don’t get enough smelt in my diet. These muffins look perfect, the almond milk and coconut really make my taste buds sing.

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Liz Berg 15/1/17 20:21

Boy, that filling pushes these over the top! What a yummy way to start the day!!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 15/1/17 22:57

I have a Erythritol/Xylitol blend that I need to try using more often. This would be a good recipe for me to try :)

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All That I'm Eating 16/1/17 14:07

I've been looking for something to use my coconut sugar in, now I know! These sound great.

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Pam 16/1/17 15:55

Great muffins, Angie! Poppy seed muffins are my favorite and I can imagine how delicious these are. Erythritol is new to me and I will be checking it out. Take care

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Sue/the view from great island 16/1/17 16:00

I love poppy seeds, but I've never used them ground up like this...I can't wait to give these a try, Angie!

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Catherine 16/1/17 16:44

Dear Angie, My daughter would love these muffins! I would too with a nice cup of hot coffee. The sun is bright here but it is still quite cold. xoxo Catherine

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Gloria Baker 16/1/17 17:47

These spelt muffins look abslutely delicious!!

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fimère .b 16/1/17 19:01

ils sont beaux et surement délicieux j'aime beaucoup
bonne soirée

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Eva Taylor 16/1/17 23:27

These muffins look wonderful and I am assuming they are quite healthy too. I had not heard of Erythritol before but I'll look it up. Usually, I am not a fan of synthetic sweeteners (not even sure if it is synthetic) but I'll definitely research it as I'm always looking for lower calorie options.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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Claudia 17/1/17 02:07

These are scrumptious, Angie. And you introduced me to a new sugar substitute. I love using almond milk - and since my son-in-law is lactose-intolerant - I use it more and more. Muffins are pure comfort in January.

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DAFFYCO 17/1/17 08:54

Ils ont l'air trop bons ces muffins ! Yummy

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Hema 17/1/17 14:45

Wow these muffins look superb, nice idea with the filling..

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 17/1/17 15:53

Oh wow - love the rise on these gluten free muffins - and wow - they are sugar free too - fantastic recipe, Angie!

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Pam 17/1/17 18:03

Wish I had one to go with my morning coffee. YUM!

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 17/1/17 18:23

Love the exotic sound of these muffins, Angie. Kefir is a great addition. Lovely recipe, Angie.

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Juliana 17/1/17 20:48

I am loving these muffins, and the filling just sound delicious...great combination!
Have a wonderful week ahead Angie :)

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Shibi Thomas 18/1/17 03:30

I learn something new each time I visit your blog. The diabetic friendly sweetener was new to me. The muffins looks perfect with their golden yellow color.

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 18/1/17 06:29

I love ALL the flavors you've included in these beautiful muffins, Angie!

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Christine Ho 18/1/17 14:18

Your muffins make me feel hungry now, Angie. They look so good.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 18/1/17 14:35

Delicious looking muffins, Angie. This sugar substitute is new to me.

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 18/1/17 15:04

I love the poppy coconut filling in these healthy muffins - delicious!

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Anne Regalado 18/1/17 16:13

Everything nutritious and delicious in one package ! Love the look of this beautifully-baked muffins , Angie !

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ami@naivecookcooks 18/1/17 17:16

These muffins look so moist Angie!!

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Kitchen Riffs 18/1/17 19:22

Poppy seeds are so good, aren't they? Love them in baked goods! These muffins look terrific - thanks!

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Rebecca Subbiah 18/1/17 20:20

these look good and would love to try coconut sugar.

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Reeni Pisano 19/1/17 01:34

The poppy filling looks fabulous Angie! Would love one of these beauties with a cup of tea!

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Nava K 20/1/17 03:37

Hei, hei, hei. Wish I can tuck into at least one of these muffins. Yay!!

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Luke Miller 16/3/17 12:40

Hey, it's looking amazing, I love cooking and eating too, Thanks for sharing your recipe with us, I will try to cook it.

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