These Biscoff Apple Muffins are a great way to start out any morning or afternoon. A sweet Biscoff streusel and glaze adds so much flavor to the soft apple muffin recipe. Trust me...you will be reaching for another one in a hurry.
It may not be cool or even close to being fall here, but I'm breaking out all the apple and pumpkin treats.
If I keep the air conditioner set low and keep my coffee mug full of Salted Caramel Pumpkin Latte, at least I can pretend it's fall.
Why Make These Muffins
Muffins are one of the easiest things to make and keep on hand for a quick and easy breakfast. They are also perfect for after school snacks.
These easy apple muffins are topped with a sweet streusel topping and then drizzled with a delicious Biscoff glaze.
Biscoff gives these apple muffins a delicious gingerbread flavor that is absolutely amazing.
How to make Biscoff Apple Muffins
Since we also like dipping apples into this sweet cookie butter, I knew I wanted to incorporate it into some apple cinnamon muffins this fall.
- Beat together the sugars, oil, vanilla, eggs, and Biscoff until it is mixed in.
- Stir together the dry ingredients in a bowl. Then add it alternately with buttermilk until a soft batter forms.
- Gently stir in shredded apples and rolled oats.
- Spoon into a muffin tin and top with the cookie butter crumble, then bake.
Biscoff Crumb Topping
Now these apple Biscoff muffins are quite delicious on their own, but adding a thick layer of crumbs takes them way over the top.
- Use a fork to mix together the oats, flour, sugar, cinnamon, and Biscoff until it looks like crumbs.
- Once the crumbs form, use your hands to clump more of it together.
- Spoon the crumbs evenly on top of the apple muffin batter and press down gently before baking.
- Let the muffins cool in the pan for a few minutes; then remove the muffins. Do this carefully, so the streusel stays put.
- A drizzle of Biscoff glaze will hold everything in place once they cool.
Biscoff is a peanut butter like spread made from crunchy spice cookies. It has a gingerbread flavor with a slight hint of caramel.
When you are baking with apples, you want to choose an apple that will hold its shape when added to baked goods.
Some of our favorites that hold up to heat and that taste great are Winesap, Jonagold, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, and Braeburn.
More recipes with Cookie Butter
- Biscoff S'mores Pudding Cookies
- Biscoff Cream Eggs
- Monster Cookie Dough Popcorn
- Baked Biscoff Oatmeal
- Biscoff Whoopie Pies
- Cookie Butter Bars
*The post for Biscoff Apple Muffins was first published on March 12, 2012. The photos and post were updated and republished September 8, 2020.