Easy paleo and gluten free blender banana zucchini muffins with chocolate chips. Healthy, easy, and delicious! These muffins are made in only 5 minutes thanks to my KitchenAid® Pro Line® Series Blender!
You know how Christmas morning is so exciting when you’re a kid? Well, that’s how I felt when I knew this beautiful new KitchenAid® Pro Line® Series Blender was coming in the mail!!! My sister helped me drag the giant box up our long snowy driveway and giddily opened up the cardboard box revealing a gorgeous pearl white blender from KitchenAid.
Complete with sleek retro vibes that make you want to cook all day and a high powdered motor (and when I say high powdered, I mean it! FOR REALZ). I haven’t owned a blender that works as well as this baby! I was so super stoked to find that it chopped up massive chunks of ice and frozen coconut milk like a boss (nothing compared to my other old blender that could not handle that kind of icey madness).
This blender is a powerhouse! It chops, blends, purees, mixes, mashes, and whips up anything I need in super power and speed! I know I’m gushing, but you would too if you went from the blender I previously owned to the most beautiful and high performance blender. A cook likes her tools. #forreal
Now, for muffins? Who’s ready?
Muffins bring a sense of comfort to me. They remind me of coffee shops, late morning brunch, and all the happy things of the weekend. But, what’s even better than a muffin?… An extra large flourless paleo muffin chocked full of gorgeous green zucchini, sweet banana, and rich chocolate chips! Now, that’s a muffin I could get obsessed with.
zucchini blender muffin madness
These easy paleo muffins are ready to bake in only 5 minutes! Thanks to the blender, everything gets whipped up in a flash and is ready for cookin.
Many of you have probably caught on to my grand infatuation with easy blender recipes; especially, blender breads and muffins! Why make smoothies in a blender when you can make paleo muffins?! That’s my motto 😉
Light, soft, and fluffy, with just enough sweetness. That’s how I like my muffins. These pretty breakfast items are deliciously moist and carry the flavor of fresh banana and chocolate. Who doesn’t like that combo?!
In closing, I just wanted to give a big thank you to KitchenAid for sponsoring this recipe! I’m eternally in love with all things KitchenAid and I’m not saying that because I have to. This blender is the perfect addition to this 20 year old’s growing food and appliance collection in my small bedroom.
A few special things you will need for this recipe:
Arrowroot powder for dusting