Eggless Oats & Wholewheat apple Muffins

By Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen - Tuesday, October 03, 2017

I m baking after almost 3 weeks and blogging after a month. I normally blog atleast once a week, if i m not doing BM. But this month, i didn't touch my camera and enjoyed things as such, was off the social media for sometime, felt like a welcome break. Now after navrathri, i m trying to pep myself up, trying to be active in instagram and FB, and signed up for 4 weeks of regular BM. 
The first week theme is kids delight, +srivalli jetti  is celebrating her blog anniversary this month, and she hosts october kids delight inline with that. 
Here is a simple muffin, which i made for the event. Post navrathri, there are so many apples and bananas lying on the table, i have 3 big ziploc full of frozen bananas and atleast 2 dozen apples in the fridge. So you will be seeing lots of apple/banana recipes coming up in my space all this month.
These muffins are very simple and easy to make, i have used my Eggless Whole Wheat vanilla cake recipe and improvised by adding oats to it.  The muffins came out moist and fluffy. They make a great after-school snack for kids and definitely a lovely treat for parties or even as a return gift. With festive season around, they will make a great edible gift to any health conscious person.
1 cup whole wheat flour ( i use aashirwad brand flour)
1 cup quick cooking oats
1 tsp baking powder
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon powder
1/2 tsp freshly grated ginger
2 nos royal gala apples, grated
3/4 cup yogurt
1/2 cup milk or water
1/3 cup of oil, any neutral oil, i used coconut oil
1/4 cup of chopped walnuts
  • Preheat the oven to 180C. Grease a 12-hole muffin pan with oil or prep them with paper liners. I lined them with muffin liners.
  • In a large bowl take flour and oats together. Add sugar, cinnamon powder, ginger to this and whisk well.
  • In a measuring jug/bowl, take curd, add baking soda and baking powder to it and whisk well to combine. Let this sit for 5 minutes, it will bubble up. Add oil and milk/water to this and mix gently.
  • Now to the flour mix, add shredded apples, chopped walnuts and mix. The mixture will be a little clumpy. 
  • Now slowly add the liquid mixture to the flour mix, using a spatuala slowly mix to form a homogeneous mixture.
  • Fill 2/3rd of each muffin hole with the batter and bake the muffins in the preheated oven for 20-25 minutes or until a tooth pick inserted in the center comes out clean. Mine got done in 25 minutes. 
  • I baked in the gas oven, baking time vary from oven to oven, so kindly follow your oven settings.
  • Once done, remove the muffins from the oven, let them cool on a wire rack and store covered on the kitchen counter. It should stay good for 2-3 days, if storing more, refrigerate or even freeze it.
  • If serving from the fridge, warm it in the microwave fro 10-20 seconds.
  • If serving from the freezer, wrap them in alufoil, bake at 150 for 10 minutes and serve warm.

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  1. Wow Priya those apple muffins look fantastic!..thank you so much for joining me in the party. I am sure kids will love this..

  2. Hehe... I can understand the break... though my blogging is going on in full strength, I have hardly touched my camera after coming back from home! I am totally working on finishing off my drafts... hehe... these muffins look amazing... I too tend to freeze up leftover loaf slices and muffins for later use...

  3. Love whole wheat muffins with fruits. It is so hearty and it fills me up for breakfast. It is so hard to come back for me after a blogging break. Hopefully I will get back on track this month :)

  4. Amazing muffins. I must try these for the kiddo she will love to eat anything not too sweet after her exam.

  5. Looks amazing Priya and lovely presentation

  6. Am ready to kick start my day with this ultimate muffins, and love the ingredients went in it.

  7. These muffins are indeed healthy and delicious.

  8. Love these wheat flour muffins with apples in them. Great treat for kids. I started making fruit added muffins some years back when my daughter wouldn't eat fruit. This was a way to get her to eat fruits.

  9. Great way to use up apples. And they are healthy too.

  10. Lovely muffins ! Using apples in muffins is a wonderful idea , must have made them nice and moist .

  11. Love the crumb of the muffins.. Simply yummy!!

  12. healthy and wholesome muffins for sure!

  13. I keep going back to ur blue coloured board, Priya ! as attractive as the muffins themselves :-)


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