Sep 11, 2016

I Made Apple Muffins

Whole Wheat Apple MuffinsThey are low in sugar with as many diced apples as I could squeeze in. The top is the best part because I sprinkle it with a little cinnamon & sugar before baking. I used a mix of Granny Smith and gala apples and I was out of buttermilk so I used a mixture of milk and plain yogurt (about 1/2 & 1/2) and it worked great.

There’s no butter in these lightly sweet, delicious muffins, but they don’t need it. Anything baked with apples is always going to be good. It’s apples!  Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones

2 Comments on "I Made Apple Muffins"

  1. Deborah

    Hi Jenny I love your site, videos, sense of humor and how you make everything look so simple, easy and fun.
    I can’t cook/bake worth a darn, and besides that I am hoping you can simplify something for me.
    I want to get up in the morning and have a quick, easy breakfast with no pots,pans, no bowls and no hard and crunchy breakfast bar stuff either – just a filling wonderful large healthy no sugar Muffin.
    3 times I have bought muffins at the grocery store that I thought were nutritious and healthy but were so sweet I had to throw them all out.
    I have checked your muffin folder and all appear to have ½ cup or 6 tablespoons of sugar.
    If you don’t have such a recipe, I am willing to bet that you can make them anyway – Wonderful JCC sugar-free Muffins!!! Of course these muffins must taste amazing like everything you cook, freeze well, be filling and quell my appetite for hours like granola does.
    I would be so grateful and happy!!You can do this Jenny!!!
    I love bran and raisin, banana and nuts (not peanut however – allergy) ,Any with fruit, you name it. Maybe just, maybe I could make and freeze them. I will try really really to follow a recipe because my life and especially my mornings would be soo much less complicated and healthy.
    Please help Jenny and please make a video of your doing this!!
    Thank you Deborah

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