I honestly could care less about everything pumpkin, but when Autumn comes around, I am ready for apple everything. We have gone apple picking the past few years, and while I always pick way more apples than I actually end up using I always have big ambitions of making all kinds of different apple treats. This year (so far) I managed to make two new apple things (as well as eating some of them fresh, and making some apple crisp)
The first recipe that I tried was these Sky High Apple Pie Muffins from Sally’s Baking Addiction.
The recipe was fairly simple, and they turned out really well! The recipe says that they will turn out to be light and fluffy, high domed, bakery style muffins, and I will admit that I was a bit skeptical as to how they would actually turn out. Our oven is a bit finicky, and while I do always try to follow directions, a don’t exactly do things super precisely all the time. However, the technique worked! These were light and fluffy and definitely reminded me of those giant bakery style muffins – though these weren’t quite as giant.
Ease: A-, not super easy, but just a little bit more work than basic muffins.
Taste: A, these were tasty! Not super sweet, but enough cinnamon and sugar with the crumble topping to make them taste like a treat.
Would I make them again? Yeah I think so! I was thinking about using blueberries instead of apples to change it up a bit but still have that light and fluffy muffin.