It’s Apple Time Again!

 

 Is there anything more delish than a fresh, tree-ripened apple? I think not. 😉

As I’ve said (again and again) I love Autumn for so many reasons.

Apples and the fall harvest of tree fruits and root veggies are a big part of why.

                                                

A  favorite Apple Muffin recipe.

 

Recipe at end of this post.  Hope you enjoy them too.

What is your favorite apple recipe? If you can, please share a link to it.

 Happy Harvesting and Cooking.

 

Applesauce Oatmeal Muffins

A great way to use up leftover applesauce. Makes  10-12 large muffins. An ideal lunchbox treat!!!

1 C. buttermilk

1 C. unsweetened (see note below) applesauce (preferably homemade)

1 egg (preferably free range) beaten

¼ C. vegetable oil

½ C. raw brown sugar

1 C. uncooked rolled oats

½ teas. sea salt

1-2  teas. ground cinnamon(to taste)

1/2 teas. ground nutmeg or cloves

2 teas. baking powder

1 teas. baking soda

1 ¼ C. unbleached white flour

½- ¾  C. chopped walnuts or pecans (opt.)

Preheat oven to 400. Thoroughly grease muffin tin and set aside. In a large bowl, combine first 4 ingredients. Gradually stir in brown sugar and mix well.

Combine remaining dry ingredients in a medium-sized bowl and add to liquid mixture, stirring just enough to combine, don’t over mix or muffins will be tough.

Fill muffin tins 2/3 full. Bake 12-15 minutes, until done.Reduce heat to 375 after first 5 minutes, if muffins are browning too much.

Note: If using presweetened applesauce, adjust brown sugar accordingly. 

Recipe adapted from : Not Just for Vegetarians, Delicious Homestyle Cooking, The Meatless Way by Geraldine Hartman. All rights reserved. 

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5 responses

  1. Looks yummy! My favorite apple thing is mulled cider. I will try and post a recipe later. *hugs* 🙂

  2. I like homemade spiced applesauce, chunky and cold!

  3. NOM NOM NOM I”m going to make these today. I love apple muffins!!

  4. Yum! Those look delicious! Thanks for sharing~~

  5. Hi R, That sounds wonderful. I’ve never tried mulled anything LOL. 😉

    Hi SandyL, Yummmm…like your description too.

    Hi Sel, In the book Sel so you can make them again and again. enjoy!

    Hi Patti, Are delish, thanks for visiting Veggies…from MPP.

    Hugs to all and Happy Cooking, G

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