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Wow! These were great. I added a little extra cinnamon to the batter--just personal preference! These were really good! I took them in for a snack at my son's preschool and the teachers there loved them too! We love to make muffins, and we'll be adding this to our favorite recipes! Thanks for such a great recipe!

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Auvan May 17, 2007

Great muffins! Even when I converted them to wheat and dairy free they were devoured. They work best with fresh fruit, tinned is a bit too moist. I reduced the amount of fruit though, 2 cups was a lot when they are only chopped small.

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Chickee May 16, 2007

These are delicious! They were a big hit with my kids, even with my daughter who claims not to like apples. I reduced the sugar to one cup, used half whole wheat flour, and subbed quick oats for the flour in the topping.

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Sonata November 13, 2006

I made these this weekend, it made 23 muffins...ohhhh they were sooooooo good!! Thank you SO much for an outstanding recipe! I will definitely be sharing this recipe with others!

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funthymecookin' October 09, 2006

Wow, these were great! Very moist and full of flavor. I was skeptical at first b/c I've made apple muffins before that weren't that good. I cut back on the brown sugar like others suggested. I made 16 full muffins. Thanks for the recipe.

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brwneyedgrl October 04, 2006

We loved these! I thought I had ruined them, though. I made the topping as written and put it aside. Then I made the batter (using fat free buttermilk and whole wheat pastry flouw) and put it into the muffin tins. My daughter was helping put the topping on when I realized, at almost halfway through, that I had omitted the brown sugar and in the batter! So I scraped it all back into the bowl and added 3/4 cup splenda brown (since you use it at half strength). I still had plenty of topping. These were moist and delicious. I think these would be a great candidate for replacing most or all of the melted butter with applesauce. It would only add to the apple-y taste. Yum!

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ladypit October 03, 2006

These were wonderful!! My hubby and I couldn't get enough. My kiddos didn't care for the apple pieces, I made them a second time using applesauce instead, and they were just as good, and my kiddos liked them a lot. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Busymom2_3 September 10, 2006

The whole family loved these. I used apples from the tree in our yard [variety unknown]. The only problem I had was that the brown sugar topping caramelized on the edges of the muffins, sticking them to the pan. Some got broken a little when I removed them from the pan. But they still tasted great.

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Terri Newell August 31, 2006

These muffins were wonderful. The aroma, the flavor, the hearty and rich texture. Perfect, wouldn't change a thing.

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Catwhispers June 21, 2006

These are fantastic muffins! Didn't change a single thing. I had to cook them a bit longer only because i used a jumbo muffin tin.(Witch is what is expected!)The topping is a nice addition so i defintley wouldn't leave it out! Thanks for the great recipe!

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