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Spiced Apple Cider Muffins

Winter 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Cider doughnuts, a New England harvest treat, inspired these spice-happy muffins. A crumbly streusel topping made with a small amount of butter provides a delicious finish.



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Spiced Apple Cider Muffins

11 Reviews for Spiced Apple Cider Muffins

10/16/2014
Anonymous

Muffins are very tasty. I like cinnamon, but will use less next time. They were well done in less thn 15 minutes

like the ingredients
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10/16/2014
Anonymous

Muffins are very tasty. I like cinnamon, but will use less next time. They were well done in less than 15 minutes.

like the ingredients
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12/14/2013
Anonymous
Fluffy and Tasty

Made today for the first time. Made as directed except I used all einkorn wheat. With einkorn wheat having weak gluten, I did not expect these to rise very much. My mistake - they rose beautifully (major muffin tops!) and are so light and fluffy. These are on the top of our favorite muffin list - I may make another batch tomorrow to freeze! Highly recommend!

tasty, light, yummy
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03/23/2011
heavenly

I loved these and served them to 25 rehabilitation oatients. Every single one of them said they loved them and filled out anonymous feedback forms saying they would absolutely eat them again. NOT one of them said they didn't like them. Thats 25 people plus me and a few staff that agreed these were awesome muffins. Easy!

Also the batter itself tastes amazing. I would like to try these in mini-bundt pans and top with some chopped cooked apples with a bit of brown sugar and a tad of butter.

moist, flavorful, fluffy, easy
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11/07/2010
Anonymous

We all love them!..they smell heavenly and taste divine!

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