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Blender Oatmeal Apple Muffins

By November 13, 2013No Comments
 

My family and I have been on an apple kick lately. The month’s of Sept-November are apple season. Apples are our favorite go-to snack when my kids are hungry, come home from school, for lunches and even as a side dish for dinner. We have had fun trying all the different apples at our local grocery store and seeing which ones are our favorite. I am a crispy apple fan all the way. I can’t stand a mushy apple. We have fallen in love with the Pink Lady & Honeycrisp apple varieties. Our local Sprouts had every type of apple last week on sale for .88/lb. and I think I just about bought out Walmart’s selection of Honeycrisp apples. We have LOVED having them on hand. Their crisp, sweet center is as good as candy in my opinion. With the plethora of apples in my fridge I decided to play around with muffin recipes and I came up with this Blender Oatmeal Apple Muffin that is awesome! These muffins are some of the most moist muffins I have ever made. They taste like a warm, moist, apple cake in a muffin wrapper. With the cooked oatmeal (I use leftover steel cut oats), the wheat flour and 3 cups of apples I don’t feel so bad feeding these to my kids as a health(ier) snack 🙂 Enjoy!

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Cinnamon Topping:
1/3 c. brown sugar
1 T. flour
1/4 t. cinnamon
1
T. butter, melted – See more at:
http://dealstomeals.blogspot.com/2010/11/food-storage-muffins-apple-strudel.html#sthash.0LpbRumO.dpuf

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