This year has been very eventful and its finally coming to an end, but not before we celebrate Christmas and the New Year. Although December is a time of food, drinks, and general indulgence, it is important not to over do it.
Here are some tips to staying (somewhat) healthy:
Stick to a daily workout, something you enjoy and will look forward to.
Cut out the added sugar in your drinks.
Don’t feel forced to eat everything you are offered
Eat more vegetables and salads in your meals to avoid snacking throughout the day.
Opt for low sugar, salt and fat varieties.
I’ve really enjoy posting recipes again on WordPress and it’s been a great challenge for me to keep consistent and remain creative in the kitchen. Thanks to all of my new followers 🙂
I probably won’t be posting on here until the New Year, so I’ll see you in 2021!!
Hey everyone, I hope you are all well and excited for this festive season.
Although it’s been a strange year, Christmas is something I always look forward to every year. I love the festive season, Christmas films, food, family, work celebrations and everything else. These muffins are not Christmas related but definitely seasonal. I had the idea of combining the 2 together and was so surprised to see many recipes online. The crumble is nice and crunchy and the cake is so soft and the apples add more sweetness.
Recipe: Apple Crumble Muffin (makes 7)
110g self raising flour
1/2 egg (save the rest in a container in the fridge)
80g caster sugar
1 apple grated, squeeze out the juice
35g plain flour
35g brown sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
Preheat the oven to gas mark 5 and place 7 muffin cases on a tray.
Place the self raising flour, oil, milk, egg, caster sugar and apple into a bowl and mix well. Evenly spoon into the cases.
Next use you fingers to rub in the flour, oats, sugar, butter and cinnamon. Add this crumble mix to the top of the muffin batter.
Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes until the crumble is golden. The actual cake will look quite pale but it should be cooked.