Looking at my ‘30 things when I’m 30′– post I realised I still had a lot of things open that I hoped I could achieve more easily. One of them was the 10 muffin recipes.
It’s not that I don’t like baking anymore, I still do. But most of the time I end up forgetting to take pictures while baking muffins. So when I planed to make these this morning I actually wrote down ‘camera’ under the ingredients I used. No, I’m not showing it. 😛
Since I didn’t expect to come home yesterday I expected to be more ‘knocked out’ today so I thought I would eat fries with applesauce and ketchup (it’s a childhood thing, don’t think about it). But instead I just had dinner at home yesterday and tonight I’m planning to just cook as well. So instead I made these muffins.
Apple and cinnamon is a combination I love so I added a huge amount, I think it’s close to a teaspoon. I don’t expect for you to add that much, so that’s why I put it down as ‘to taste’.
What do you need (6 muffins)
- 90 gr. of spelt flour
- 30 gr. of sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder
- cinnamon to taste
- 30 gr. of melted vegan butter
- 100 ml of apple sauce (low sugar)
- 50 ml of plant-based milk
As always, muffin recipes are to simple to actually write long posts about it. Pre-heat your oven to 200 degrees celsius. In a small bowl mix the melted butter, milk and applesauce together. In a different bowl, mix flour, sugar, salt, cinnamon and baking powder together.
Mix the wet ingredients into the dry ones and mix well. Taste, and add more cinnamon if you want 😛 I did 😛
Line a cupcake tin with papers and divide the mixture. Bake in the oven for about 15 minutes. The centre needs to be dry.
If you want to make this a bit more special, mix cinnamon and sugar together, dip the muffin in melted butter and dip in the mixture. But that’s a little much for me for a normal snack.