Total Time
55mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 25 mins

I made these years ago everyday in a small cafe I worked at. They are chunky with the batter just holding all the fruit and nuts together.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Using 3 Bowls:.
  2. Combine apples and sugar.
  3. Combine dry ingredients except raisins and walnuts.
  4. Combine liquid.
  5. Mix liquids and apples. Combine with dry ingredients to moisten. Add walnuts and raisins. Bake 25 minutes at 350.
  6. i've just made them recently and if all the quantities are included and not overbaked, the apples alone make this moist and almost sticky. So i hope some will give this recipe a try.

Reviews

(4)
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I had to hide these from my husband, he said they're better than cookies! These turned out really moist and had just the right amount of sweet. The batter did seem a bit dry, but they cooked up nicely. I used half whole wheat flour. They might be nice with some oats, too!

susan_k09 March 08, 2008

I love these. Lots of texture. I like the RAW apples as opposed to the canned apple filling stuff people often use. I found them plenty soft and moist, anymore so and they'd taste under-done. Thanks Julimac

LilPinkieJ May 24, 2007

Absolutely fantastic muffins!! Beautiful, too. I really do need to learn to take pictures with the digital camera. Great balance of cooked apple chunks with raisins and walnuts. It wasn't specified, but I went ahead and peeled the apples. Sweet and moist, not dry as many muffins tend to be. Don't be tempted to add additional liquid to this batter! I got 15 standard-sized muffins out of the recipe. Would be fantastic with coffee or tea, and a great way to clear the battered apples out of the crisper. I bet the cafe where you made these sold a LOT of them. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

LonghornMama January 15, 2007

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