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It’s the time of year to get out the mixing bowl and we’ve asked our Foodie friend, Sylvia to give us a recipe for you all to try.
Tasty, easy to make and perfect for cooking with kids, these muffins are a delicious way to use up autumn apples. Made with yoghurt, fresh apple and fudge pieces, they are fantastic served warm or you could wrap them up and take with you to bonfire night. Melt the butter and grate the apple in advance to speed things up and keep small hands away from hot or sharp objects.
By Sylvia Pearson
(Makes 12 large or 18 cupcake-size muffins)
Sylvia Pearson is an event manager, part-time baker and full-time lover of food! She spent three years studying in Paris before working at a French cookery school in London where her love of food flourished. She has worked at trendy London Food Festival, Street Feast and now makes beautiful meringues with kitsch caterers, Meringue Girls and bakes for Free Cakes for Kids Hackney and can most often be seen in the kitchen with sticky fingers and a floury apron!
You can find her on twitter @JustSylv where she’d love to hear from you with any foodie opportunities.