I’ve tried this great muffin recipe with different flavour combinations and it was a given that apple and cinnamon would be one to try and wow, did it deliver! Everyone totally loved them.
As these Oat Muffins freeze so well, it’s a great recipe to make and keep for a quick and healthy breakfast or mid morning/afternoon snack to keep you going while at the same time they are low fat, full of fibre, protein, have no refined or processed sugar and taste amazing … it’s a win/win recipe! I’ve used gluten free oats so perfect for the coeliac in our house.
Okay, I’ll start by saying the original recipe turns out lovely and it’s relatively quick and easy, all in a blender basically and produces perfectly good muffins which I have to add, taste unbelievably good! Soooo here’s where my slight fussiness comes in … I felt they were sort of a bit well, spongey? Is that a word?
I didn’t feel they were as light as muffins should be so I wanted to try a different method which I hoped would result in a more familiar muffin texture. Call me pedantic but that’s why I started this blog – to take out the guessing from baking and helping (and hoping) that your bakes turn out perfectly.