We have been blessed with such an over abundance of tasty apples this year. We are fairly terrible gardeners so its survival of the fittest around here.
That means last year we had 3 apples and this year we had 43 on our little but sturdy dwarf apple tree. I am quite sure that watering and fertilizing a fruit tree would be incredibly helpful to its survival but there always seem to be other things to do. However we are certainly enjoying this years crop and it has made us test many new recipes to try and find the perfect way to use up all these gorgeous fruits.
These muffins are absolutely delicious. They are packed with fruit, because in my opinion half a grated apple does not an apple muffin make! It is of course paired with the classic combination of cinnamon and brown sugar so really covers off all the delicious comfort food bases that you want from an apple muffin.
My original recipe calls for oil but were out of oil and I replaced it with butter and the muffins were just as delicious as they always are. It adds more depth to the flavour, so please feel free to use either.
The “Crunch” is created by a generous sprinkling of brown sugar over the top of the muffins just before you bake them. The combination of the crunchy top and the sweet moist appley muffin is just delicious. These are lovely both cold and warm and will make a perfect addition to the kids lunch boxes too.
Without further ado here is the recipe, its so simple you are bound to have all the ingredients on hand.
It is as simple as that, I love easy muffin recipes, the most painful part of this is peeling and prepping the apples but absolutely worth it in the end! My son adores these muffins and we make them often together on weekends.
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Comment below with your favourite apple recipes and I might just try them out. 🙂
I haven’t made these yet but wondered is it possible for u to give the grams equivalent for your recipes each time? That wd b very helpful.
Thanks Anna, great name by the way! I am slowly working my way through my recipes to include this, I will make this one next on my list.
Is it really 1 tablespoon vanilla?
Hi, what type of oil is used?
I usually use canola oil
These are awesome! Big hit with my kids yay!
Could this recipe be made in Texas muffin pans and, if so, how long would it vary the cooking time please?
Yes you can. I would set the timer for 20 minutes then keep an eye on them from there, checking every few minutes. They are done when a skewer comes out clean ☺️
Rose Canton says
Hi – Just made these….delicious. Can you freeze these?
Yum, I made these today -added a grated carrot as well and they are delicious.
Wonderful! Great idea to add carrots ☺️
I’m always trying to add hidden veggies for my fussy son ?☺️
Looking forward to trying some more of your recipes!
Barbara Bell says
Hi, is the flour plain or self raising please? Want to try this recipe today as it sounds very tasty and it is a chilly day in Queensland – perfect
Hi, plain white flour unless I specify otherwise. ☺️ Enjoy
Barbara Bell says
These sound so good! I can just imagine eating one in the fall, all warm and satisfying with a hot cup of coffee. Thanks for sharing at our Tips & Tricks Link Party!
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Sirena Devine aka dark queen says
Love this. Will try it out in a gluten free form for my husband
Great idea! Let me know how it turns out ?