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Jane 5 months ago
Love these. A great base for adding any kind of fruit. I added apples and blueberries. Love them.
Elaine Victor 6 months ago
Good but might use honey next time for a little extra (needed) sweetness. Might also have over baked because not as moist as they look in the picture.
Debbie 6 months ago
Moist and flavorful. Based on other recommendations I added vanilla and substituted plain greek yogurt for the milk. I also added blueberries to half the batter for an additional flavor boost.
Melanie a year ago
I cut the sugar in 1/2, and still turned out really good:)
Hearn a year ago
Tasted great, but I made the BIG mistake of shredding the apple instead.
Larissa Johnson a year ago
i added sone honey and pecans and they came out great!
Bonnie T. a year ago
Good I like them we'll see how the family think tomorrow
Bec Robinson a year ago
Delicious. I had some rhubarb in the garden so also added that. Used coconut oil instead of butter. Yum!
Sommer a year ago
Unfortunately these did not get rave reviews from my family. I did make one adjustment, using Almond milk, so perhaps that caused enough change to impact the flavor? You can definitely taste the nutmeg, but really just so-so for flavor and texture.
Darcy Allen a year ago
So yummy! I used Greek yogurt instead of oil and palm sugar instead of brown sugar - moist and delicious!!
Karen Melnyk a year ago
Great! Muffins were moist and tasty
Julia Boudreau a year ago
These are delicious with an added streusel topping!
Greatgrandmother's S. 2 years ago
Lovely! It’s hearty and healthy. Very moist, the oats gives it a nutty texture and just a hint of nutmeg for that comfort food feeling. Used only half the sugar, perhaps even less next time as the apple and banana add just enough sweetness to satisfy that baked-good craving without feeling too guilty! Added some slivered filberts (hazelnuts) and will try walnut as well next batch.
Autumn Rose White 2 years ago
Ran out of milk, so I used coconut milk and it still turned out good! They dont rise much, so feel free to pile the cups full.
Nicola 2 years ago
Not bad but a little gummy textured. Next time I make these I will use quick cooking oats as i think they will create a more cohesive muffin, and add some vanilla extract to boost the flavor.
Consuelo Morales 2 years ago
Good muffins, great healthy snack/breakfast
Monica 2 years ago
Delicious! I used honey instead of sugar, almond milk and through some flax...my husband and I enjoy these for breakfast ..will make again!
Pam E. 3 years ago
Moist and delicious! What a great way to start the day!
Jacob V. 4 years ago
I made this for my 15 month old son. The whole family enjoyed these very much. Excellent recipe. We did not really make any changes. In fact, i think my daughter (10 yrs) enjoyed them the most of all.