Easy snack: applesauce muffins (with biscoff spread!)

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I found a half-empty jar of apple sauce in the fridge, which is over filled already. And I needed a snack.

One and one is two, that apple sauce had to become a snack. But it needed some work. Muffins!

The rest of the family soon realised that something tasty was going to come out of the kitchen. In the end, there was one muffin left for me. 😂

I served them with some biscoff spread (which is vegan!) and vegan whipped cream. But actually they didn’t even need that.
Very tasty of course, but you are also very good without (to save on calories).I prepared them in my health/ air fryer. If you don’t own one, your oven can do the job too.

They appear a bit burned in the picture, but they were just right. But be aware!

For 6 muffins

What do you need?

  • 200 grams/ 7 oz apple sauce
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 tbsp cinnamon
  • 80 grams/ 3 oz havermout
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • salt


  • raisins/ dried cranberries
  • walnuts/ pecan nuts/ almonds/ hazelnuts

What to do with it

Preheat air/ health fryer at 170°C/ 350°F or oven at 190°C/ 375°F.

Mash up the banana and apple sauce in a bowl. Add oatmeal, cinnamon, baking powder, salt (and raisins/ cranberries). Mix well.

Grease up baking cups with cooking spray. Spoon filling in. Top with a nut (if you like).

Bake for 15 minutes in air/ health fryer or 25 minutes in oven. Check to make sure they don’t burn.


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