Pamela’s Baking Mix Gluten-Free Double Apple Muffin Recipe

This morning I was inspired to make muffins with Pamela’s Products Baking & Pancake Mix. I wanted to add some kind of fruit, but I was out of muffins and only had one apple. I combined it with applesauce to create a moist, delicious muffin that would be great spread with almond butter, butter and honey, or even plain. I used muffin tin liners because I hate cleaning muffin tins, but the disadvantage is that the muffins stick to the liner until they cool completely. You can bake them either way- but do bake them, because they are really easy and YUMMY!

Pamela’s Baking Mix Gluten-Free Apple Muffin Recipe
2 1/2 cup Pamela’s Baking Mix
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup vanilla sugar* or 2/3 cup honey or agave
2 eggs
1 snack pack applesauce
1/2 cup thinly sliced apple cubes
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Combine liquid ingredients and whisk together. Fold in Pamela’s baking mix and then your apple cubes.

Bake in greased muffin pans or muffin tins with liners. If you use the latter, wait until the muffin has completely cooled before removing from the paper liner. (If you want to eat a few hot out of the oven, grease a few of the muffin tins and put liners in the rest.) Start checking muffins at 20 minutes, but they may need to be baked for 30 minutes to really become golden brown.

Cool and enjoy! So easy and yummy.

*Make vanilla sugar by storing a vanilla bean in with your sugar overnight.

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3 Responses to “Pamela’s Baking Mix Gluten-Free Double Apple Muffin Recipe”

  1. These muffins look tasty…I love muffins. I bet they’d be good with dried apple bits too! But I’m confused about the amount of agave/honey versus sugar…I thought you usually use less agave than regular sugar.

  2. Hi M, I agree, dried apple would be a good addition. I agree, the amount of agave/honey is a little unusual. I was basing it off the original Pamela’s recipe that I modified- they suggested either 2/3 cup honey or 1/2 cup sugar. The only thing I can think is that the recipe is a bit dry so maybe they were thinking the extra moisture would be a good thing. (The dryness is why I added applesauce and it evened things out beautifully).


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