Baking can be intimidating.
I’ve messed up a plenty of recipes in my kitchen because I just don’t like how precise you have to be in baking.
But this one bowl muffin recipe is fool-proof. Seriously.
And they’re gluten-free. And packed with goodness.
These carrot-apple muffins are full of texture from the grated carrot and apple and loaded with natural sweetness.
I served my muffin with a big spoonful of peanut butter – because that’s how I roll. But these are great for breakfast on-the-go or a quick afternoon snack.
The muffins will make your house smell amazing and they kind-of-sort-of got me in the mood for fall. I’m not quite there but these helped.
The warmth of the cinnamon and the nuttiness of the walnuts were perfect for a cooler morning.
Some changes I made to the recipe: Instead of the flax egg, I used a real egg. I also mixed my walnuts into the muffins so that they wouldn’t fall off – no one wants to lose their walnuts. And I went the real apple route and grated the apple on a box grater and for the sweetener, I went with agave.
Go whip up a batch of these one-bowl muffins – it won’t take you long and you’ll have breakfast prepped for the rest of the week.
And the best part – there’s only one bowl to clean.