Gluten-Free/Paleo Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry Muffins

  • 2 1/2 cups almond meal (almond flour)
  • 3 large eggs, fresh
  • 1/2 cups Cooper’s pure raw honey
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup blueberries, fresh






1. Preheat oven to 300°.
2. Line a 6 cup muffin pan with muffin liners.
3. In a large bowl, mix all ingredients together, except blueberries, until full combined. Gently fold in blueberries.
4. Fill each liner 3/4 full with batter.
5. Bake for 30-40 minutes. (Top should be spongy, but firm when pressed.)
6. Cool for 5 minutes and remove from muffin pan.


  1. Jackie's Gravatar Jackie
    So excited to get started, I have two friends from high school that are joining me on the challenge. We all live in different states, so we will be encouraging each thru text fb & emails. I made the muffins today but there was enough batter to make 12 so I’m guessing I had much smaller muffin tins (cupcake size) so how many should I eat ? 2 or 4? I’m only 5′ 0″ so just wondering… Also could I mix it up with 1 egg, 1 muffin, 1 slice of bacon? Thanks so much for putting this all together! Jackie
    • Robin's Gravatar Robin
      Jackie, If you are hungry eat! This is not a diet it is a lifestyle. You are changing so much so enjoy the food. I eat a ton… Actually my dad said last week “I have never seen anyone so little eat so much and so often” Don’t starve yourself. Carry snacks with you and try to eat as many leafy green veggies as you can. xoxox
  2. Mimi's Gravatar Mimi
    I am excited to start this challenge. I have been researching all of the recipes. Is there any way that I can substitute the almond meal for anything else? I have a nut allergy so I have been a little picky with the paleo recipes. Also, is there any other snack that I can substitute the nuts for?
    • Robin's Gravatar Robin
      I am so happy that you are taking my challenge! Take a look at some of the other snacks on the FOOD tab under my blog. Check in from time to time and let me know how your challenge is going.
  3. Chaundra's Gravatar Chaundra
    Robin, hi!! I just wanted to say that I love your blog & all your paleo recipes! My sister and I are doing the challenge & are on week 2 & feeling great! (Down 5lbs after the first week!!) That recipe for acorn squash was AMAZING!! I’d never had it before so I was skeptical, but it was the most delicious meal I’ve ever made! haha Thank you for sharing & introducing us to so many new foods!
    • Robin's Gravatar Robin
      Awe thank you so much. I’m so excited you and your sister are doing this together and love hearing your results!! Keep it up and stay in touch!
  4. Lorri Peters's Gravatar Lorri Peters
    How do I get connected to these yummy & healthy recipes y’all are talking about?
  5. Nicole's Gravatar Nicole
    Hi Robin, I had tried to avoid posting as you have hundreds, or possibly thousands, of comments and questions and have responded to all of them! But, I really wanted to say thank you for sharing the 30 day challenge and all the amazing recipes. The amount of time you put into providing this information is evident and I am so grateful to have stumbled upon your blog. I lost 7 lbs the first week and feel so much better. The best part is the entire family is enjoying the healthier foods. My 6 year old daughter snatched one of the chicken salad wraps while I was making them and said “Mommy! You have to try this! It’s SO good!” She even asked me to pack them for her lunch. My husband, who dislikes eating and would be happy to live on grilled chicken alone (crazy!), loved the acorn squash and spaghetti squash recipes! I do have one question regarding these blueberry muffins. While they were incredible and I understand we are not supposed to be counting calories as eating clean and listening to hunger and full responses from our bodies is key, I couldn’t help but notice that two muffins (based on this recipe making 6 muffins) calculate out to around 800 calories?! So I guess my question is, do you only recommend eating two muffins at breakfast if we make 12 muffins with this recipe rather than 6? Or maybe my math was way off. :) Thank you again for this amazing blog!
    • Robin's Gravatar Robin
      Hi reading this made my whole week I can’t say thank you enough for your sweet words to me. It means the world to me to read things like this. I am so happy that your family is loving this. Please do not worry about the muffin calories. This is not that big of a deal. No do not eat them for every meal but allow yourself to focus on the lifestyle. This is not diet. You are doing amazing. Please keep in touch along the way. Xoxoxo
  6. Elizabeth's Gravatar Elizabeth
    I was just wondering if you ever make spaghetti squash with tomato sauce, and if so, what sauce can I use that is paleo approved? Thanks!
    • Robin's Gravatar Robin
      This is a great question. An all natural organic tomato sauce is ok. I find mine at whole foods or Trader Joes.

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