Last week my neighbor dropped off a bag of apples from her sister’s orchard just down the street. Sharing with neighbors has been a plus when it comes to living in the country. It’s something I didn’t expect but truly a perk that I love. In a world where things are topsy-turvey, it feels good knowing people will still do nice things for one another.
An apple a day
I have a lot of apple recipes I want to make still this season, but one of the first on my list was delicious, moist Apple Crumb Muffins. I had planned to deliver some back to my neighbor to pay it forward but as it turns out, my family is obsessed with these. We can’t seem to keep them long enough to give them to anyone.
Apple Crumble Muffins all day
Keeping them moist and delicious
Apple Crumble Muffins
- Muffin tin
- Mixing bowls
- Cooling rack
- Hand mixer
- 3 Tbsp. white sugar
- 3 Tbsp. brown sugar
- 1/2 cup + 2 Tbsp. of flour
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp. of salt
- 6 Tbsp. of butter
- 2 3/4 cups of flour
- 2 cups of apples, chopped into small cubes
- 1 cup of sugar
- 1 cup of milk
- 1 stick of butter, softened or melted but not hot
- 1/3 cup of sour cream
- 2 large eggs
- 1.5 tsp. baking powder
- 1 tsp. salt
- 2.5 tsp. cinnamon
- 2.5 tsp. of vanilla
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 3 Tbsp. milk
- Preheat your oven to 425.
- Mix together your crumble topping ingredients in a bowl and combine with a fork. Set aside.
- In a separate bowl, mix together your dry ingredients for your muffins and then whisk to combine well.
- In another large bowl, mix together the wet ingredients for the muffins. You can either use softened butter of melted butter but make sure the butter isn't hot.
- Slowly begin mixing in your dry ingredients for the muffins into the wet ingredients. Do a little at a time and then blend in between.
- Fold in your apples.
- Line your muffin tins and then fill them almost all the way to the top.
- Sprinkle the crumble on heavily.
- Bake for 18-20 minutes.
- While the muffins are baking, combine the milk and powdered sugar in a bowl and whisk. Set aside until the muffins are done.
- Once the muffins are baked wait about 10 minutes to cool and then add the glaze. Serve immediately or save in an airtight container for up to 48 hours.
You’re SO lucky to have access to apples like that. And what a delicious way to use them up!
Amber Myers says
These look amazing and perfect for the fall. I’ll be trying them out for sure. I imagine they’ll be gobbled right up.
Celebrate Woman Today says
These muffins look awesome. I would like to give them a test drive soon and make them with my head cook-in-training child.
Yum!! These are delicious!
Definitely going to try these apple crumble muffins! I’ve made drop rolls with mayo before but never baked anything with sour cream! Can’t wait to try them!
These muffins just scream Fall! They are great for breakfast and afternoon treats.
Lori Geurin says
I love apple muffins and these look amazing! Will have to try your recipe soon!
Samantha Laycock says
Oh my goodness. These look absolutely amazing!! I am saving this recipe.
Brandy Ellen says
These homemade apple crumble muffins look so yummy! We’re going apple picking again before teh season is over her in NH so I plan to use this recipe when we get our 1-2 bushels of apples picked.
Helen Little says
My mum has a big apple tree and we’re currently working through a glut of apples, so I’ll definitely be trying your recipe. Thank you!
These apple muffins are so perfect for fall. I love these flavors so much!
Jennifer Van Haitsma says
These look so good. I can just imagine the way the kitchen would smell after making them. Heavenly!
Toni Dash says
This is such an amazing muffin recipe! Everyone at my house loved it!
Nikki Wayne says
These muffins seems so moist and soft. Love it. 😋
Nathalie Vorche says
I love muffins! This one looks so delicious and I wanna try your recipe! Gonna try it soon’
Gervin Khan says
This apple muffins is so tempting, it look so good and tasty. I am going to make this for my kids.
Sarah Miller says
These look delicious! We are going apple picking today, definitely going to save this to try soon!
Ryan Escat says
Those apples looks great and sweet,no wonder you are so in love with them. And your muffins looks so moist!!
Terri A Steffes says
These look so delicious. I love the glaze running down the sides. Yummy.
I’ve been wanting to make some apple muffins and I have just found the most perfect recipe. Thanks for sharing.
Lourdes Gomez says
Apples are one of our favorite snacks and these look great as a tasty dessert.
Lynn Armstrong says
These muffins look delicious! I will love the idea of prepping all the ingredients the night before to be able to just throw in your bowl mix it together and bake fresh in the morning. My family would think I am a rockstar with fresh baked goods in the morning.
Deb B says
OMG these are insane!!! I just bookmarked this post, shared it with the girls (and the hubs), and wrote down what I needed for groceries tomorrow, because I am SO making this for Thanksgiving Weekend (this weekend, here in Canada). I’m SO excited to make this. The kids will demolish these, and so will my husband and I. Thank you!
This homemade apple crumble muffins looks delicious I love it I need to try it. as it is apple season.
This is going in my Thanksgiving dessert platter! ❤️
Puja Kumari says
This is a yummy recipe, I love apples. I’ll surly try this.
Woah! These looks really delicious. I have been craving for apple pie these past few days but these apple crumble muffins look more delicious. I would love to try making these. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Ruth I says
I’m surprised those engredients are easy to find. I really love cooking or baking I’m interested when it comes to it. That apple crumble muffin looks so delicious! I’m excited to take a bite at this little muffin. I’d give this a go, my family will enjoy this.Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe!
These sound delicious. We have been picking lots of apples and this would be a great recipe to use them in.
Charlotte Altemeyer says
I just made these muffins they’re cooking right now I’m sure they’re going to be good. My question is can you frizz them. Charlotte
I just made these but they got fried! Is 425 degrees correct??