Apple Chia Oat Muffins

I know it’s hard to believe after all the time I’ve spent whining about exams online but:


apple chia oat muffins

apple chia oat muffins

Which means it’s time to fill this blog with sweet treats again and spam your feeds with pictures of cake. Who’s excited? I’m excited. Especially for all that chocolate cake coming my way, you know.

apple chia oat muffins

But for now, it’s muffins we’re talking about. Fluffy, tasty, wholesome apple chia oat muffins to be exact. In other words: heaven (but a very nutritious one!)

apple chia oat muffins

You might remember these babies from previous Instagram posts of mine in which I probably told you that the recipe would be up in a couple of days ha hA HAHAHAHA #examlife. Anyway, a month or so later, here we go. Next stop: muffin heaven!

apple chia oat muffins

These muffins are definitely lighter and dare I say healthier than most muffins out there. Not that I have anything about delicious sinful muffins you know, they’re like my family or something. I love them!!! But I still think it’s nice to have a recipe for more wholesome, filling ones.

apple chia oat muffins

You wouldn’t tell that these muffins are actually low fat (but packed with healthier ones #yes #winningonlife) since the texture is out-of-this-world good. Using grated apple makes them moist and fluffy, unlike most bran muffins I’ve ever come across. Are they muffins or are they rocks, we’ll never know.

apple chia oat muffins

Then we have some chia seeds, which work wonders when it comes to subbing eggs in vegan recipe. And they’re packed with lots of nutrients, vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids too! How cool is that?

apple chia oat muffins

Then there’s oats, which means these are totally and I mean totally breakfast material. So heck yes, go ahead and enjoy three (dozens) of them for breakfast.

Winning on life yet again much?

apple chia oat muffins


Apple Chia Oat Muffins
Serves 8
Deliciously fluffy apple chia oat muffins. You won't believe they're healthy!
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  1. 120 grams spelt flour
  2. 80 grams oats
  3. 30 grams almond flour
  4. 15 grams chia seeds
  5. 15 grams baking powder
  6. 140 grams coconut sugar
  7. 250 grams almond milk
  8. 30 grams olive oil
  9. 1 medium apple, grated
  10. a pinch of cinnamon
  11. a pinch of apple pie spice (optional)
  12. a pinch of vanilla powder
  1. Whisk together milk, oil, sugar and grated apple (I didn't peel mine) in a bowl.
  2. Add in flours, oats, spices, baking powder and chia seeds and whisk to combine.
  3. Fill some metal muffin tins with baking paper or wrappes and pour batter inside.
  4. Top with extra chia seeds, oats and coconut sugar.
  5. Bake at 180ºC (375F) for 25-30 minutes or until golden.
  6. Enjoy!
  1. Any kind of plant milk will work.
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I hope you guys enjoy these as much as we did!



  • Reply superfitbabe June 23, 2016 at 10:59 pm

    These look freaking delicious! And isn’t freedom from school work the best feeling in the world??? I was so happy to have graduated at the end of May because I was so ready to get my summer started!

  • Reply thehappygreenlife June 25, 2016 at 4:52 pm

    These look sooo delicious!! Another lovely recipe to add on the ‘to do’ list. Enjoy your freedom from school.

    • Reply Consuelo June 29, 2016 at 6:52 pm

      Thanks a million dear! xx

  • Reply Sarah | Well and Full June 25, 2016 at 7:24 pm

    Congrats on finishing up the school year! 😀 It must be so nice to be done. And these delicious muffins look like the perfect way to celebrate! 😀

  • Reply Kortney G. June 26, 2016 at 5:28 pm

    Look so yummy! I can’t eat oats, any suggestion what to use instead?? Thanks!

    • Reply Consuelo June 29, 2016 at 6:51 pm

      Hi Kortney! I’d say maybe a mix of regular flour + almond flour but I haven’t really tried that. Good luck! xx

  • Reply rebecca September 8, 2016 at 6:18 pm

    I can’t eat almonds – do you think I can sub regular flour and soy or coconut milk instead?

    • Reply Consuelo September 8, 2016 at 6:24 pm

      Hi Rebecca! I cannot vouch for any subs I haven’t personally tried, so I don’t know if that would work, as nut flours tend to behave completely differently… can you use any other nut flour instead? x

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