Raw apple muffins from The Breakfast Book by Marion Cunningham

  • ground cinnamon
  • walnuts
  • raisins
  • apples
  • store-cupboard ingredients

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Always check the publication for a full list of ingredients. An Eat Your Books index lists the main ingredients and does not include 'store-cupboard ingredients' (salt, pepper, oil, flour, etc.) - unless called for in significant quantity.

Notes about this recipe

  • eliza on September 23, 2022

    I agree, very nice muffins. I used apples from my friend’s tree, also replaced 1 egg with a flax egg, and used about half the amount of raisins and nuts. Didn’t peel the apples which was fine.

  • TrishaCP on November 25, 2021

    These muffins are just as good as everyone says. All I can really add is to plan to reheat them if you are eating them other than the day of baking. They have a wonderful crisp crust that goes well with the soft apples, but you lose that texture after a day because the apples soften them.

  • ricki on October 05, 2019

    The biggest hit of apple season so far. Used our pink lady apples, whole wheat pastry flour, and dried currants which all worked well. Reduced the sugar to one half cup of white sugar plus two tablespoons of light muscavado and it was sweet enough. Too salty for me with one teaspoon of kosher salt; try half next time. Easy, yet special.

  • Lepa on January 08, 2017

    These muffins were exceptional. I have been thumbing past this recipe for years, turned off by the description "raw apple." As a previous reviewer explains, the apples are beautifully cooked when the muffins are finished. The raisins and walnuts add extra texture and appeal. The recipe comes together quickly and without any fuss. My whole family loved these muffins and I expect we will be making them regularly.

  • macfadden on January 16, 2016

    These were quite tasty. I left out the nuts because I don't like nuts in my baked goods, but otherwise followed the recipe. They were dark and moist, with plenty of apple chunks. By "raw," I think she means that they have raw apples rather than applesauce, because the muffins are definitely cooked.

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