I am so excited to have my friend Emily from One Lovely Life guest post today! I asked her to guest post in honor of my 3 year blogiversary because she is the main reason I started blogging. It was through her blog I discovered the world of food blogs and I was smitten by her lovely recipes! I look up to Emily in so many ways. She is not only one of my favorite food bloggers ever, she is an incredible mother, friend and just the kind of person everyone wants to be around. Thank you Emily!
Hello Love to be in the Kitchen readers! I’m Emily from One Lovely Life and I’m so excited to be guest-posting for Becky today! Becky and I met in college during our Public Health coursework and then later working in the same office on campus. I’ve LOVED staying in touch with her first through Facebook and now through her fabulous blog. I can say from experience that Becky is just as sweet and friendly in person as she is on her blog. She’s the kind of girl you really do want to be friends with in real life!
While we may have met because of a mutual appreciation for healthy living, Becky and I share a love of sweet things. And I love a little something sweet for breakfast sometimes, especially on the weekends. Since it’s the height of fall, and everything glorious is in season, I thought it only fitting to share something apple-y and delicious.
They’re everything you love about apple fritter doughnuts without the hassle, fat, or (let’s be honest) scariness of deep frying. They’re simple enough to pull together on a slow morning or weekend, and they’re beautifully enough to serve at a party, shower, or brunch. I hope you love them as much as I do!
Happy blogiversary Becky! I’m glad to know you! If, like me, you only own one 12-cup muffin pan, bake 12 muffins, then bake another 2-4 (depending on how much batter you have left).
For the apples:
For the muffins:
For the glaze:
If, like me, you only own one 12-cup muffin pan, bake 12 muffins, then bake another 2-4 (depending on how much batter you have left).