Sorry for the missing last week’s post, I was off having a ball at my friend’s Lego themed wedding, and simply ran out of time! 🙂 I feel like having fun with old and new friends is a legitimate reason, and this week I have a new recipe for you that I tested! While I was looking for a recipe to both use the last few apples and that would work to take on my road trip away, I stumbled on this pin for apple cinnamon muffins. It looked quick and simple, with just enough apples that I could convince myself that it would be healthy (or at least a little bit healthy)!
With just 10 ingredients and about 10 minutes prep time, these muffins were ready to go in the oven! They certainly hit the spot, and as they were already lactose and dairy free, no adjustments needed to be made. The sugary crust on top made them nice and sweet, but the muffins worked well for breakfast while I was travelling too!
Some of the muffins barely made it out of the muffin tray, and while they were absolutely delicious warm they were just as good cold the next few mornings. I will definitely be making these again soon!
Check out Christy’s recipe for the ingredients and instructions, you simply have to give them a go!
Yet another week gone by and still no driving! After my housemate took me to the local shops I came away with 7 granny smith apples and no idea what to make with them. After a quick Pinterest search, I found this pin for Apple Crisp – which from what I can tell, we call Apple Crumble here in Australia!
While the recipe contained some dairy, I was able to convert the ingredients to lactose/dairy free ingredients! I swapped butter for Nuttelex and milk for almond milk. And boy was this recipe delicious!!
When cooked, the sauce becomes almost caramelised and bubbly, especially fresh out of the oven. I spread the crumble over the top by hand, but cheated a little using the 2mm slicing attachment on my Magimix food processor to save time. While it made quite a lot of mess, the result was truly worth it!
I served it up with some of my lactose free Peter’s ice cream, and while it was warm it melted right over it. Absolutely scrumptious, luckily Lisa was home – otherwise I may have eaten it all by myself. By some miracle there was still some left today and it tasted delicious cold, almost as good at it did yesterday!
You should definitely give this recipe a go!! If you have a recipe that you think I should try please let me know in the comments below!