My family DEVOURED these in a flash! Made more to stock the freezer for rushed school mornings. I added oats and a bit more flour to the crumb topping.
My husband, the one who rarely comments on foods at all, took one bite and said they were phenomenal and that he "needed" more of them. He says they're the best muffin I've ever made, and I agree. They smell and taste just like apple pie! So good, moist, and delicious. The only change I made was to add the cinnamon to the batter and to sub half the oil with unsweet applesauce. Amazing!
These are a household fav! I do usually use half whole wheat flour and spenda brown sugar mixture. I also decrease the butter in the topping, just a little. Abolutley wonderful
I thought these were great! I added lots of cinnamon and nutmeg to make them more like apple spice muffins and they were delicious. I also subbed earth balance for the melted butter and it tasted just fine. Plus they made the whole house smell amazing! Will definitely be making these again. :)
Absolutely fabulous. I'm a cinnamon lover so I increased the cinnamon in the topping to 2 teaspoons and also added 2 teaspoons to the muffin mix.I grated the apples instead of dicing them (as other reviewers suggested) & also used a little more than 2 cups. I added some baking soda, too so that they would rise. Besides that, I followed the recipe exactly. Wonderful! moist, apple-y, and the topping was wonderfully crunchy. I'm sure the addition of nutmeg would've made it even better, I plan to try that next time. 5 stars for sure!
wonderful! did change a few things. 1/2 whole wheat flour 1/2 all purpose. added 1teaspoon baking powder. added 1/8teaspoon cinnamon oil (louAnn oil) added rolled oats to topping. Baked regulare size muffins for 20 min. minis for 10 min. and small bread pan for 30min.
These are yummy muffins I am just not happy with the topping. It was way too wet and didn't crumble well. I used half whole wheat and half white flour and did mix cinnamon into the batter. Will try some of the others suggestions next time around for the topping and the oil. Thanks!
Very tasty, but I had a difficult time with the topping. Next time, I won't melt the butter so that it's more like a crumb topping. With the melted butter, the topping was impossible to spread evenly and it sunk into the muffins. Still tasted good, but didn't look very presentable. I'll also follow another reviewers advice and add a tsp of baking powder so they aren't flat. These are very tasty, but I think they'll be even better with the alterations.
These are great!!! I added 1 teaspoon cinnamon to the batter, and abou 1/2 cup oatmeal to the topping. They are fabulous....Thanks
I was surprised these muffins turned out so well as apples are off season here and I had to use canned. I thought combining them with a large amount of oil would make gooey muffins (as I've found with other recipes) but they turned out great. I added a teaspoon of cinnamon & half a teaspoon of baking powder. Instead of the topping I just sprinkled them with cinnamon and raw sugar before baking.. which I did in a hotter oven ..at 200 for 20 minutes.