Oh good god, these muffins. If the evil witch from Hansel and Gretel had made her house out of these muffins I would have devoured the whole thing before she even knew I was there.
I want my next pillow to be made out of these parsnip, ginger, and apple muffins just so I can munch on them in my sleep.
Anyways… I think you get that I love these muffins.
They were the perfect balance of golden crispy on the outside while the inside stayed moist and fluffy.
The apple gives it that lovely sweetness, especially when combined with the sultanas, that bake beautifully and make each bite so super delicious. Then add the warming spices like ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg and you’ve got yourself a party!
They are sweet without being sickly, which means that you can totally get away with having one (or three) for breakfast. I love adding some honeycomb to mine, it’s just so luscious!
I know it sounds weird to have any cake made out of parsnips, but their flavour is so subtle you won’t even notice it’s there. It just gives the muffins extra moisture and texture, while also adding some more goodness.
Move over carrots, there is a new star in town!
You know, I’ve always been a blueberry muffin kind of girl.
It was always my safe choice, and I always knew it would taste amazing. But I decided it was time to break free, to travel down a different road, and get acquainted with a new muffin.
I honestly had about 4 of these in one sitting, and it took all my self control to not go and have another, so I think it’s safe to say it turned out well!
These are super simple to make as well, which is probably another reason why I love them so much. Two bowls, a 12-whole muffin tin, and you’re good to go. Fuss-free and flavour-full!
When buying your sultanas try and look for vegetable oil and sugar-free varieties. Might take some looking, but they are definitely out there! If you can’t find it then obviously don’t stress it, but the closer to natural as you can find the better.
My pro-tip for having these?
Slightly warm them in the oven, chop in half and smother honey over it.
If you’re on the run though, then you can definitely just grab-n-go. Since I store mine in the fridge I did find they got a bit dry as the days went by, which was solved when I re-heated them a little. Them boom, nice and moist again!