Great topping, we love this!
I did a major changes cutting the yogurt to 1/2 cup and increasing apples almost 2 fold as we have a lot of apples in the garden that we would like to enjoy.
As apples als juicy this turned out well and the muffings looks great.
Thaks a lot for your recipe!
These are great tasting muffins. I used fresh cranberries (thanks to Halifax Liz for that tip) and did not bother with the topping. They got extremely moist after a day in a plastic bag, so popped them back in the oven for a few minutes to dry.
Excellent muffins. I was concerned about the texture when I 1st made it but it is great. Very delicious and easy to prepare. No beating, no fuss!!
Loved this recipe and also the chunkiness. Used fresh cranberries (in an abundance here in Canada) but had to use 1 tsp. baking powder and 1/2 tsp. baking soda (I do not like the soda taste in anything). Thanks for posting.
These are extremely moist and flavorful muffins! I liked the tartness of the dried cranberries. They complimented the sweetness of the topping nicely. Because of the topping, the muffin tops are flat but they sure taste good. I got 6 regular and 6 jumbo muffins. Thanks for posting the recipe, Derf!
Apples, cranberries, almonds... as the song says, "these are a few of my favorite things". And they combine in this recipe to make a very nice muffin. The batter has more of a cookie dough consistency & the muffins had a bit of a different texture. Not a bad texture & I'm having trouble coming up with words to describe it, but not the usual muffin. These are full of fruit & the topping is very tasty. Next time, I will probably use less apples & more cranberries, for personal preference. I would also recommend combining all the topping ingredients except the almonds & adding them at the end. I found it a bit dificult to cut the butter in wtih the almonds. All in all, a very nice muffin!