These moist, healthy apple and raisin muffins are made from wholemeal
wheatgerm and bran. This is a healthy recipe for the whole family to
Apples are now known to be very good for you. Although low in Vitamin C
apples are packed with antioxidants that are said to reduce the risk of
colon cancer, prostate cancer and lung cancer. Apples are also thought
to help with heart disease, weight loss and controlling cholesterol.
Raisins are healthy too. They are a great source of energy and with the
high potassium content in raisins they are good for maintaining proper
blood pressure. The high fiber content and the presence of tartaric
acid helps regulate the colon. Like apples, raisins are also full of
antioxidants that help protect the heart, prevent cancers and
encourages weight loss.
With the addition of bran, wheat germ, wholemeal flour and honey,
instead of sugar, these apple and raisin muffins are really healthy!
Wholemeal Apple and
Heat water, honey, and
sugar. Add baking soda and stir. Add milk, raisins, and apple. In a
bowl, place flour, bran, wheatgerm, baking powder,
spice and salt. Pour in warmed mixture and combine. Spoon into prepared
muffin tins and bake at 200°C (400°F) for 15 minutes. This is a moist
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