This classic recipe uses tons of apples and cinnamon for that cozy autumnal flavour. Drizzled with a luscious caramel vanilla glaze, this will become one of your favourite muffins!
There’s something about the smell of cinnamon baking in the oven. Such wonderful and warm scents wafting through the house, a must during this tie of year! I made these cinnamon apple muffins because they’ve been on my mind since the beginning of summer!
Ever since I posted these apple date muffins, I’ve been itching to make a cinnamon version so when I got my hands on some lovely big and juicy apples I knew it was a go.
I like to finely chop up my apples, add them to a bowl and sprinkle some sugar on top as well as cinnamon. Let this mixture sit as you prepare the muffin batter, which is just a very easy wet to dry mix recipe. By the time you’re ready to add the apples, they’ll be all nice and flavourful and have released lots of delicious juices. Make sure to add all of this juice to the batter along with the apples.
I hope you guys love these muffins as much as my family and I did.
How to freeze muffins
I love having muffins on the go for a fast breakfast or quick snack. These muffins freeze extremely well. Once you’ve allowed them to cool and without a glaze, wrap each one well with clingfilm/plastic wrap and place into an airtight container or zip lock bag. Store them in the freezer for up to 3 months. Whenever you have a craving, take one out and let it thaw to room temperature and enjoy.
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