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Empire State Muffins

Empire State Muffins

"I won first prize at our State Fair with this recipe. We have such delicious apples in this area - maybe that's why these muffins are so good!"
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35 m servings
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  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine apples and sugar. Gently fold in cranberries, carrots and nuts. Combine dry ingredients; add to mixing bowl. Mix well to moisten dry ingredients. Combine eggs and oil; stir into apple mixture. Fill 18 greased muffin tins 2/3 full. Bake at 375 degrees F for 20-25 minutes. Cool 5 minutes before removing from tins.

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I've wanted to make these for some time, and finally had the time and all the ingredients, so I went for it. These are delish! I only made half a batch because I knew that I was going to be th...

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These muffins are a nice, not too sweet treat. I gave a lower rating, because if you do not eat them the first day, they do not hold up well in taste.

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I've wanted to make these for some time, and finally had the time and all the ingredients, so I went for it. These are delish! I only made half a batch because I knew that I was going to be th...

This is my new favorite muffin - and I make alot of muffins! The only changes I made were - instead of nuts, I used chopped pumpkin seeds - surprisingly great! - whole wheat flour, of course, a...

These muffins are a nice, not too sweet treat. I gave a lower rating, because if you do not eat them the first day, they do not hold up well in taste.

For once I actually followed the recipe, almost, and this one was good. I had a total of 3 cups apples and carrots, but it was a bit more than 1 cup of carrots. These were very good. The outs...

Good muffins. I used 1 and 1/2 cups whole wheat flour, 1 cup white, it worked out perfectly.

I followed the recipe as described. My only suggestion is, don't put the cranberries in the food processor, as you can hardly taste them. Find the patience to halve or quarter them, as it will ...

I made these for breakfast today. Actually I made it in two loaf pans due to no paper liners. Nonetheless it was absolutely delicious!! No changes needed in my opinion! Will definately make agai...

These are the best all-around muffin. I disagree with the reviewer who said they do not hold up well the day after you bake them. My family eats them throughout the week and they always retain t...

Very Good muffins - Light texture considering all that is in it. I reduced the sugar to 1 cup and they were still delicious. thx

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