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Weight Watchers Points Plus: 3 points

The nutrition information does include all of the oil, and I highly recommend leaving it in (unless you really don’t mind fat-free baked goods!). You can leave the chocolate chips out if you prefer, but if you do add the chips: 150 calories, 8 grams fat, 17 grams carbs, 4.5 grams sugar, 3 grams protein, and 4 ww points per muffin.

Return to the recipe: Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread Muffins

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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  1. Sarah Scott says:

    Dear Katie,
    First of all, I love your web page (it has been part of my daily routine for a few years). As a read today’s post and drank my morning coffee, I thought it would be amazing for you to figure out more coffee drinks and puddings. Coffee is a greAt excuse for chocolate and Silk’s unsweetened vanilla almond milk. Is it possible to make a pudding or mouse with agar agar without cornstarch? I love eating healthy and actually grew up eating healthy ( I love vegetables and fruits). My family never bought white flower or refined sugar. I used to resent it but now as a young adult I am very thankful. I’m so glad the food industry is finally catching on!
    God bless you,
    Sarah S.

    1. Poppy says:

      You can actually use many substitutions instead of cornstarch: ground flax, chia, xantham gum, or guar gum. (Flax and chia you have to soak and it gives the product a gel-like feel.) I also sometimes use coconut flour since it is very fibrous and soaks up alot of moisture, although you have to let it sit for a while and the end product won’t be very smooth.

    2. Poppy says:

      You can actually use many substitutions instead of cornstarch: ground flax, chia, xantham gum, or guar gum. (Flax and chia you have to soak and it gives the product a gel-like feel.) I also sometimes use coconut flour since it is very fibrous and soaks up alot of moisture, although you have to let it sit for a while and the end product won’t be very smooth.

  2. Sarah Scott says:

    Dear Katie,
    First of all, I love your web page (it has been part of my daily routine for a few years). As a read today’s post and drank my morning coffee, I thought it would be amazing for you to figure out more coffee drinks and puddings. Coffee is a greAt excuse for chocolate and Silk’s unsweetened vanilla almond milk. Is it possible to make a pudding or mouse with agar agar without cornstarch? I love eating healthy and actually grew up eating healthy ( I love vegetables and fruits). My family never bought white flower or refined sugar. I used to resent it but now as a young adult I am very thankful. I’m so glad the food industry is finally catching on!
    God bless you,
    Sarah S.

  3. Mandy Cheshire says:

    Hi, Katie! These look wonderful, and I’ll be trying them this week. Have you tried making them with bananas as the sweetener? I am looking for recipes to make a friend who had gastric bypass surgery and therefore cannot have added sugar, etc. Thanks in advance! If you haven’t tried it…I might!

  4. Mandy Cheshire says:

    Hi, Katie! These look wonderful, and I’ll be trying them this week. Have you tried making them with bananas as the sweetener? I am looking for recipes to make a friend who had gastric bypass surgery and therefore cannot have added sugar, etc. Thanks in advance! If you haven’t tried it…I might!

  5. christine says:

    I made these using carrot puree instead of applesauce (I’m allergic to apples) and they came out wonderful!

  6. christine says:

    I made these using carrot puree instead of applesauce (I’m allergic to apples) and they came out wonderful!

  7. Maryam says:

    Katie, is there a way to omit the 1/3 cup sugar? I tried without and FLOP! It never cooked no matter how long I left it in the oven for! 🙁

  8. Maryam says:

    Katie, is there a way to omit the 1/3 cup sugar? I tried without and FLOP! It never cooked no matter how long I left it in the oven for! 🙁

  9. Leesa in Oregon says:

    AWESOME Recipe Katie!! VERY tasty!! I used pureed pumpkin instead of applesauce since I was out of applesauce. They were DELICIOUS!! Thank you!!

  10. Leesa in Oregon says:

    AWESOME Recipe Katie!! VERY tasty!! I used pureed pumpkin instead of applesauce since I was out of applesauce. They were DELICIOUS!! Thank you!!

  11. Jill says:

    Just made these a few days ago and made mini muffins and were great once cooled from the oven. The next day they were a tad floury. I used a little less sugar. Is that why?Any suggestions because I will make them again. Would an egg help? Thanks! Will try banana chocolate chip next! 🙂

    1. Becki says:

      I would like clarification on a note with the nutritional values. You said chocolate chips are optional and gave the nutritional equivalents separately. Does that mean the chocolate chips AREN’T included in the nutritional values or to subtract them if not using. I am new to your site and I love it. Can’t wait to order your book.

      1. Unofficial CCK Helper says:

        Welcome to the site!

        Here is a link where she explains how nutrition facts are calculated. (I’m not Katie, just a reader who likes to help answer questions!)
        http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/faq-page/recipe-questions-and-troubleshooting/

      2. Unofficial CCK Helper says:

        Welcome to the site!

        Here is a link where she explains how nutrition facts are calculated. (I’m not Katie, just a reader who likes to help answer questions!)
        http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/faq-page/recipe-questions-and-troubleshooting/

    2. Becki says:

      I would like clarification on a note with the nutritional values. You said chocolate chips are optional and gave the nutritional equivalents separately. Does that mean the chocolate chips AREN’T included in the nutritional values or to subtract them if not using. I am new to your site and I love it. Can’t wait to order your book.

  12. Jill says:

    Just made these a few days ago and made mini muffins and were great once cooled from the oven. The next day they were a tad floury. I used a little less sugar. Is that why?Any suggestions because I will make them again. Would an egg help? Thanks! Will try banana chocolate chip next! 🙂

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