A great muffin! I had to use chunky cinnamon applesauce since that was the only chunky variety I could find. I think that just gave them more flavor. The batter looked a bit dry so I added an extra splash of oil and milk. It is still a very thick batter, but no worries, the muffins turn out great! I think the streusel topping is what makes the muffins so yummy!
Applesauce Muffins with Cinnamon Streusel Topping
Csansom Posted: 02/09/12
LINDAGRAY Posted: 03/03/12
Very easy to make using the baking mix, and quick, I made one morning before work, and have made several batches for the freezer, Good to freeze and serve later, just thaw, and warm wrapped in foil in oven, for 10-15 minutes at 350, open foil, and bake another minute or two. I used my homemake applesauce (I like it chucky) and the taste was great. Makes very large nice muffins.
TexasFNP Posted: 03/10/12
these are excellent for brunch a good cup of coffee. very moist and easy too. we really loved these and will definitely make again!
DarlaSmith Posted: 03/11/12
We loved the taste of these, but they were very dry. The streusel was delicious.
LamDaly Posted: 04/21/12
I made these for Easter brunch. While they were tasty, they were dry even thought I under baked them by a few minutes. I'll probably make again but add a little more of the applesauce.
dokey347 Posted: 05/17/12
By "all-purpose baking mix", do they mean like Bisquick? And I wonder if I put some fresh diced apples would make them moister? I hate dry muffins!
RebekahRH Posted: 06/01/13
We thought these muffins were very good! I didn't have any issues with them being dry - it made 17 muffins though, it would have been WAY too much batter for 12 - they were very large with the topping overflowing a little around the muffins on the baking pans as it was. The topping adds a great texture and flavor to the muffins and they're super simple with the use of Bisquick. We liked them with a pat of butter in the middle.