These gluten free poppy seed muffins make the perfect grab and go breakfast, snack, or dessert!
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If you've ever made a trip (or 100) to Costco, you know about the muffins.
They come in packs of 12 gigantic muffins that are basically 4 normal sized muffins in one. The flavors rarely change but never disappoint with combination packs with either pumpkin, maple, blueberry, or poppy seed muffins.
My parents only bought the muffins on special occasions; over the holidays, for parties at our house or when family came to visit. I would wake up at the crack of dawn, sneak downstairs and enjoy half with a big glass of milk.
Now, when I crave something sweet, I make these gluten free poppy seed muffins!
When I first started recipe testing for these, I assumed the process would go as smoothly as any other muffin recipe.
Hunting down poppy seeds proved to be more challenging than expected and after what felt like 10 trips to different grocery stores, I threw in the towel and headed online.
I finally caved and bought these poppy seeds by Bob's Red Mill (one of my favorite brands) on Amazon.
Side Note: If you know a store where I can find these, let me know in the comment section below!
Other Killer Muffin Recipes
Before you commit to just one muffin recipe, allow me to encourage you to live your best Costco loving life and try 1 more of my all time, favorite muffin recipes:Print