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These are simply fabulous!
These are great! They're super easy to make, they're really healthy, and they're delicious. They have no added sugar and lots of fiber and whole grains, but they still taste good. I used 3 cups of white whole wheat flour (instead of the 1 cup of white flour and 2 cups of whole wheat) and added a chopped pear. I found that it worked better to cook them at 350, but my oven might run a little cool. Also, make sure you freeze or refrigerate what you don't eat the first day or so. I didn't the first time I made them and the fruit went rancid. This recipe made 24 muffins for me, rather than the 10-12 that it says. This is definitely a keeper!
Very tasty, the entire family enjoyed these. I added flax seeds and wheat bran for some added health. Next time I think I will use a apple that is more tart and I was thinking about soaking the apples in cinnamon and sugar before adding them for some extra flavor. These were good, I will be trying them again. They taste almost like an apple pie.
These muffins smell and taste wonderful. I followed the recipe and using regular muffin tins, I got 2 dozen muffins. These are now on our healthy muffin rotation list. Thanks for a great recipe.
Great Recipe. That's exactyl what I was looking for. The combination of flavors makes these muffins so delicious. You have cinnamon, nutmeg (used fresh one, which is much better than dried nutmeg) and slightly tart apples (Granny Smith). But the combination of whole-wheat flour and oat bran makes them healthy. For active people this is just the sweet dessert after workout / training. Because I didn't have apple juice concentrate at hand, I used apple juice instead of water and concentrate. The muffins were not that sweet, but very delicious. Next time I would add some brown sugar or honey to sweeten the muffins or use water and juice cocentrate as in the recipe given. This muffin recipe is healthy and tasty, I will keep it in my Marathon Training cookbook. A real keeper.