My 6 year old requested I make these today and they are so easy and yummy, so why not! The last time we made these was on her birthday after I dropped her cake! ooooops :( But the muffins are so good she remembered them
This recipe is so easy and you can substitute oat flour if you want gluten free and replace the cow milk with almond milk, soy milk or another nut mylk if your choice if you want dairy free . I have not tried it with flax instead of egg so, if you do, let me know how they turn out.
Here is the recipe:
Scrumptious Apple Muffins
1 3/4cups flour
2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder(I use aluminum free)
3/4 teaspoon pink Himalayan salt
1 well beaten egg
3/4 cup milk
1/3 cup oil (I used organic olive oil)
1 cup chopped apple (I leave peel on)
2tbsp sugar mixed with 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1. Mix dry ingredients in medium to large sized bowl
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