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These are good, but kind of too sweet for me - maybe it is because I used Splenda for half of the sugar. I used 4 oz of unsweetened applesause for 1/2 of the oil and used canola for the other half. I've had another recipe with pineapple in them. If I find it, I will post... I squeezed all the batter I had into 12 muffins, so it took a while longer to cook.
WOW! So yummy. Just came out of the oven and my family attacked them. Changes I made: Softened butter instead of oil, muslix mix in place of nuts/coconut and I always use unrefined sugar and non-bleached flour. It only made 8 large muffins though. We all loved these.
Great Muffins - our family loved them! Because we always try to make anything as healthy as possible without comprising taste - we not only subsituted 1/2 c applesauce for the oil, we subbed 1 cup of soy flour to add protein. Didn't have an apple, so we used crushed pineapple and WOW! Very forgiving recipe!!
These have to be my favorite muffins! They are so delicious and filling. I usually grate the apple in mine. Also, sometimes I add one smashed banana for extra umph!
These muffins are delicious! To make them even healthier, I substituted 1/2 cup apple sauce for half of the oil. My whole family loved these!
This is a favorite family recipe! We find that apples work best shredded. Delicious!
I work in a bakery and we use this same recipe and I can not keep them in the case- everyone loves them !!!!!!!!
wonderfull recipe I also grate the apples will make again & again
these are great i used applesauce instead of apples it was good
I really enjoyed all the yummy extras in these muffins! I subbed whole wheat flour and turbinado sugar (I've been on a health kick lately, and that was all I had in the house). For anyone else who's interested, these worked like a charm. I used peanuts, which were pretty good, but I do think walnuts would have been better. I got 15 muffins out of this.