Apple Oatmeal Mini Muffins

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This a healthy muffin recipe for Apple Oatmeal Muffins that are a little bit.. mini 😉 It’s one of my first recipes on this blog but it is also one of the most delicious. Enjoy these healthy yummy muffins!

Apple Oatmeal Mini-Muffins - delicious healthy muffins

I opened a can of light coconut milk last night hoping to make some chocolate mousse with it but it didn’t get thick like I hoped it would. I figured it’s because I used “light” not regular, which makes sense.. but hey, oh well. I found some other recipes that call for it and it ended up pretty good. I just want to emphasize how difficult it was to find any recipes that call for light coconut milk. So difficult. I think I spent like an hour searching and deciding on what to make with the ingredients I already owned. So there ya have it, readers, part one of two: Apple Oatmeal Mini-Muffins which are perfect for breakfast or a snack on the go. These healthy muffins turned out delicious.

Apple Oatmeal Mini-Muffins - delicious healthy muffins

 

 

Apple Oatmeal Mini Muffins
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Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
30-40 minutes
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
30-40 minutes
Apple Oatmeal Mini Muffins
Print Recipe
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
30-40 minutes
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
30-40 minutes
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
  2. Spray cupcake pan with cooking spray and set aside
  3. In large bowl mix together oats, brown sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and salt
  4. In a separate bowl whisk together milk, coconut milk, applesauce, and egg whites
  5. Add wet ingredients to the oat mixture and mix until combined
  6. Carefully fold in apple pieces and raisins
  7. In prepared cupcake pan, fill each cup about 3/4 full
  8. Bake for about 30-40 minutes or until tops are browned
  9. Remove the muffins and let cool for 10 minutes before transferring to cooling rack
  10. The outcome of these Apple Oatmeal Muffins was just amazing – they are definitely a big hit and my friends asked me to make another batch the following day! This is a healthy muffin recipe to keep! For sure
Recipe Notes

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  • Do you prefer mini muffins or big muffins?
  • What’s your favorite fruit to have in muffins?

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20 Comments

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  2. These mini muffins look so healthy and delicious!

  3. Love these! I made something very similar recently for my blog. I also love your photograhy style and had a look at your other links….maybe one my photography will be in the same league (maybe!) 🙂

    • oh my gosh, your photography is amazing though! I’m totally new to food photography so I’m struggling. I checked out your blog though and I like it a lot 🙂

  4. Ooo these look so yummy! I wish I could bake but I’m stuck in my college dorm with no access to a kitchen 🙁

    • I live in a dorm too, but it’s an apartment dorm. You guys don’t have a community kitchen? Our building has like a lounge with a kitchen on all floors for the kids that live in suites without kitchens.

  5. Ooo these look so yummy! I wish I could make but I’m stuck in my college dorm with no access to a kitchen 🙁

  6. beautiful! i love this idea 🙂

  7. GORGEOUS! Love this mini muffins 🙂 Plus I can eat them if I use gluten free oats mmmmmmm!

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  11. what a terrific and delicious idea! i cannot wait to try the oreo variation!

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  13. Hi, how many mini muffins does tis recipie make?

  14. Jumbo muffins

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  17. I made these and followed the recipe to the “T”, however, I cooked them for 30 minutes, ran a toothpick and they were still wet on the inside put them in for another 10 minutes, let them cool, ran another toothpick, still wet, decided to cut one down the middle and still wet, although the outside was nice and brown. Is this normal? DId I do something wrong?

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