These muffins were easy to make and taste delicious. I made them for my 3 year old son and he loved them. Taste much better than box muffin mix. Very moist! Enjoy
i had to use skim milk but i did use real homemade butter. i also used 1 3/4 large gala apples since i'm of the opinion that fruit muffins should contain **FRUIT!** and not just fruit. everything else i went by the recipe. this filled 12 muffin tins to a little overflowing but i like it that way since it means nice full fluffy muffins. these didn't expand as much as i was expecting but they were still a good size and not overly sweet. i think they would have been better with granny smith apples or another tart, sturdy type and maybe a bit more cinnamon but these were really tasty. more summery tasting than fallish but that's ok. might taste more like fall if i added a bit of cloves and nutmeg for depth. thanks!
WOW!!!!! I am 16 weeks pregnant and was craving something baked with apples...this hit the spot!! These are so moist and flavorful!! I used a granny smith apple, added some walnuts, and am a little worried that I might eat the whole dozen right now!! Baby and I are in 7th heaven ; )
Love these muffins! They are fresh out of the oven and my husband and I have already eaten 4 between us. I used almond milk in place of milk and oil instead of butter. Great for when you need to make something with ingredients you probably already have! Perfect for fall.
I trippled this recipe for a bakesale and they were delicious. Fresh from the oven they were so good but could be heated for 10 seconds in the microwave also. I used Granny Smith apples and grated them instead of chopping. Very moist and perfect. They freeze well too!
Delicious!! Grated 2 Green delicious apples and cut sugar by 1/4 cup white. Otherwise followed the recipe. Moist and yummy!
What's not to love!!! These are moist and oh so tasty!! Used low-fat milk and a little less sugar and added 3 small apples. Baked at 350F for about 25 minutes. Thanks Cheryl! :)
These are my favorite muffins. I add two apples for more apple flavor and moisture. They're every bit as good as those big ones you get at Costco, especially if you add a streusel topping. They taste good fresh out of the oven, but I think they are even better the next morning, If you can make them last that long.
I used 2 apples, doubled the cinnamon, and added 1/2 tsp nutmeg. I might add 1/2 c. soaked raisins next time.