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Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Place all the dry ingredients into a large bowl and mix well with your fingers to make sure the rolled oats and brown sugar are evenly mixed through the other ingredients.
  2. 75g butter 1 egg 1 cup raw chopped, or grated apple 3/4 - 1 cup milk Melt the butter until liquid than add the egg and 3/4 cup milk, and beat with a fork until mixed.
  3. Next grate or chop the apple in a food processor.
  4. Press into the cup, removing air bubbles, then stir into the liquids.
  5. (Work quickly to prevent the apple from browning.) Add the apple and liquid mixture to the dry ingredients and mix lightly to dampen the ingredients, adding as much of the extra milk as you need.
  6. Coat 12 medium-sized muffin pans with non-stick spray and divide the mixture between them.
  7. Bake at 200 C for 12 - 15 minutes or until the muffins spring back when pressed.
  8. Leave for 3 - 4 minutes before removing from the pans and cooling on a wire rack.
  9. Cheers, Doreen Doreen Randal, Wanganui.
  10. New Zealand.

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I made this recipe as a cake instead of muffins, I cooked it in a kugelhopf cake tin for about 30 minutes, it turned out delicious, the aroma whilst cooking was lovely and the cake was moist and spicy. Thankyou.

ms.fabulous April 26, 2010

I made these on Sunday morning while the rugby was on. They were very simple, the batter was a bit runny (I used 3/4c milk), but I shouldn't have worried as they came out just fine. The flavour was divine, and they smelt so nice cooling I had to restrain myself. The texture was nice and soft, with the oats giving just that little bit of added bite. The flavour of the mixed spice & apples was beautiful. I peeled the apples, used granny smiths (and grated them). I didn't have ground cloves so I used extra mixed spice instead. I also baked them in Texas muffin tins, it took about 20 minutes I think. Thanks!

LilKiwiChicken October 14, 2007

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