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Apple Cobbler Muffins

Apple Cobbler Muffins housewarming or hostess gift idea

Fall is the season of everything apple, so I decided to turn Grandma’s famous apple cobbler into Apple Cobbler Muffins so that we could disguise dessert as breakfast.

Apple Cobbler Muffins make a beautiful fall breakfast the entire family will enjoy!

Those who know me know that I am a disaster in the kitchen. As much as I try to clean as I go, I’m the equivalent of a tornado and the sugar trail follows me. It’s a really good thing that Chris has a sweet tooth, because he never minds cleaning in exchange for baked goods. My hands are inevitably a mess as well and I have to wash them frequently when baking and cooking. I love Seventh Generation’s natural hand wash that is gentle on my skin and leaves my hands feeling soft because they use plant-based ingredients. It’s the next best thing to a manicure that I never seem to find the time for!

Apple Cobbler Muffin recipe in partnership with Seventh Generation

I did my best to attempt to limit the mess while baking these delectable apple cobbler muffins. Do you use muffin liners? The last few years I have been baking without for a few reasons – I find that liners make muffins a little crustier and I prefer really soft muffins. They never seem to be as pretty after they bake, either. The other reason I had decided to forgo liners is because they get thrown into the trash and lately, I’ve been a recycling queen. Instead, I thoroughly grease my muffin tin and scoop the batter directly into them using an ice cream scoop. The scoop keeps them consistent in size and is just right for a standard muffin tin.

MUST HAVE Apple Cobbler Muffin Recipe

MUST HAVE Apple Cobbler Muffin Recipe

apple cobbler muffin recipe | the best fall infused breakfast

For me, the best part of apple cobbler is the crumbly topping. I just love the little crunch, so I topped my apple cobbler muffins using a cookie scoop for the perfect muffin to crumble ratio.

Apple Cobbler Muffins housewarming or hostess gift idea

Easy Apple Cobbler Muffins recipe

My friend Amanda recently moved to the neighborhood next to ours, so I’m sharing a few of these muffins and my favorite Seventh Generation hand washes with her. I’m so excited to have a lifelong friend as a neighbor now as well!


Apple Cobbler Muffins housewrming or hostess gift idea

Apple Cobbler Muffins

Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 18 mins Total Time 28 mins
Yields 12




  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Combine apples, cinnamon and vanilla. Set aside.
  3. In a mixing bowl, combine butter and sugars until fluffy. Add egg until just combined.
  4. Add apple mixture in.
  5. In a separate bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Gradually incorporate into wet mixture.
  6. Scoop muffin mixture into greased muffin tin.
  7. Combine topping ingredients until crumbly. Scoop on top of muffin mixture.
  8. Bake 18 minutes.
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entertaining expert and lifestyle blogger Julie Blanner



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10 comments on “Apple Cobbler Muffins”

  1. Apple Cobbler … in a muffin!? Um, yes please!! Sounds like the best thing ever. I also just ordered some things from Seventh Generation. Can’t wait to try them out.

    xo Michael

  2. Printing! Making tonight for the morning! We are still in the high 80’s in Denver, but we can pretend! laura

  3. Made these last night so the kids could have them for breakfast. I added walnut pieces to the crumble topping. The muffins are delicious and made my house smell like a cozy autumn day.

  4. These look delicious! Would you mind telling me what make your muffin pan is? It appears to have straighter sides than the typical sloped ones. They look so much nicer. Thanks!

  5. What variety of apple do you use for this muffin recipe…there are so many different varieties?

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