Spelt Granola Muffins with Plums

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Healthy homemade millet granola gives a crunchy topping and nutritional boost to these tasty spelt muffins. The plums and yogurt help keep them moist longer and they freeze well. Enjoy these muffins for breakfast or anytime you feel like a snack.

  • 125 g Wholegrain spelt flour
  • 125 g Refined spelt flour
  • 70 g Raw sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • 70 ml Walnut oil
  • 150 g 3.5% Plain yogurt
  • 1 Large egg, lightly beaten
  • 180 g Millet granola
  • 220 g Plums, stoned and diced
  1. Whisk wholegrain spelt flour, refined spelt flour, raw sugar, salt and baking powder together in a mixing bowl.
  2. In another bowl, mix walnut oil, plain yogurt, and egg until combined. Add the liquid mixture to the flour mixture, stirring until barely combined.
  3. Fold in 120 grams of granola and diced plums. Divide the batter into a 12-cup muffin pan and top with the rest of granola. Bake for about 20 minutes until the tops are nicely golden brown and crunchy.



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105 comments:

OohLookBel 20/8/12 07:04

What a great way to use granola. The muffins look absolutely delightful (not to mention, healthy!)

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Munatycooking 20/8/12 07:07

Gorgeous! Nuts, fruit, and yogurt, it's perfect. I like this type of muffins, no need for decoration :)

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Honey Bee Sweets 20/8/12 07:47

Yum yum, crunchy wholesome topping pairing with spelt muffins that are packed with juicy summer plums....can't get any better then that. :))

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Guru Uru 20/8/12 07:55

What beautiful and healthy muffins my friend :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Vimitha Anand 20/8/12 08:18

Healthy, crunchy and beautiful muffins...

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Alida 20/8/12 09:00

excellent muffins. Love that crunchiness on top!

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Baker Street 20/8/12 09:41

I love granola muffins. This spelt version with plums sounds fantastic!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 20/8/12 09:59

I love plums and those muffins look amazing!

Cheers,

Rosa

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thecompletecookbook 20/8/12 10:09

These look so very moreish Angie.
:-) Mandy

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Mich Piece of Cake 20/8/12 10:13

I love how healthy these are, and they look so beautiful. I would love to try baking with spelt flour sometime. When I buy it, shall come back for this recipe.

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Belinda @zomppa 20/8/12 10:33

Sounds like a plan...would be great to have around the house and snack healthier!

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 20/8/12 12:34

Crunchy top muffins. I think I'm in love.
Sam

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 20/8/12 13:05

Interesting to use walnut oil. The flavors are great and that crunchy topping sounds wonderful!

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Ridwan's kitchen/Asian spice mix 20/8/12 13:20

You are so creative using spelt flour for so many great recipe,i love the crunchy topping on these cupcakes,,Yum :)

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All That I'm Eating 20/8/12 14:22

These look great, such a good idea for breakfast!

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Diethood.com 20/8/12 14:29

Hi Angie!!
I have a plum tree in our backyard and have run out of things to make with them... I never even thought about a muffin... thank you for the idea! They look amazing!

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Adrian (Food Rehab) 20/8/12 14:33

crunchy topping - I likey! When I think of the word 'muffin' I automatically think 'this will make you fat' LOL So it's good to be reminded that there are healthy ones!

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Priya 20/8/12 14:40

Mindblowing and super healthy muffins.

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CJ - Food Stories 20/8/12 15:00

I don't think I've ever made plum muffins before ... What a great idea!

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RavieNomNoms 20/8/12 15:12

Gorgeous! Simply gorgeous!!

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Joanne 20/8/12 15:12

Mmm I've been wanting to use plums in a baked good! These muffins sound delightful!

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Gloria 20/8/12 15:30

Look absolutely delicious! :)

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Rebecca Subbiah 20/8/12 15:31

lovely muffins and your right would be great for breakie

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Kat 20/8/12 15:49

I love the crunchy granola topping, and this is a great way to use plums (I just picked some up at the farmers' market). They look so delicious!

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Jessica@AKitchenAddiction 20/8/12 16:09

These are gorgeous! I love the crunchy granola topping!

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Victoria 20/8/12 16:18

I love how the plums are just bursting in those muffins. The granola is a great touch too! These would be a great way to start the day :)

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Susan 20/8/12 17:07

The plums have looked fabulous at the farmer's market and now I have a wonderful recipe to try. I bet cranberries would also be good when fall arrives. XOXO

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Balvinder Ubi 20/8/12 17:39

Angie, These are beautiful Muffins with plums!
I have to try millet granola.

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Laura (Blogging Over Thyme) 20/8/12 17:40

These look great! I've made pumpkin spelt carrot muffins before and really fell in love with that flour :)

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Holly 20/8/12 18:17

Gorgeous muffins! Your pictures are always amazing!

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Eva 20/8/12 18:24

What a lovely treat Angie, I love that the granola gives it a crunchy texture. The plums are in season in Ontario so you post this recipe is perfect timing.

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Suzi 20/8/12 18:27

These look just perfect and I love that you added the plums. You don't see too many recipes calling for plums. Delicious!

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Donalyn 20/8/12 18:35

These look pretty fantastic - healthy too! I love the idea of that topping!

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The Café Sucré Farine 20/8/12 18:46

Yum! If these taste as good as they look they must be amazing! Your photos are quite stunning, making me want to run to the store and get these ingredients!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 20/8/12 19:36

Would you believe I've never baked with plums? Those juicy, purple bits certainly look delicious! The addition of granola works for me!

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Lyndsey Chapin 20/8/12 20:00

I will have to stry to make these for my daughter...she'll love them! They look amazing!

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rita cooks italian 20/8/12 20:15

What beautiful muffins! Given that you made the dough with spelt flour, the muffins leavened very well!

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Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 20/8/12 21:07

What a great breakfast idea. I usually leave millet soaking for the night before cooking it for breakfast but never thought of using it in baking.
Thanks for the idea and recipe

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 20/8/12 22:26

Any time I feel like a snack? That would be about any time! Very pretty muffins and love the healthy twist since muffins aren't always healthy. Have a great week Angie.

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Norma Chang 20/8/12 22:45

Love that they freeze well.

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Baking Addict 20/8/12 23:57

I love baking with spelt flour so I'll have to give this a go as it looks amazing!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 21/8/12 00:41

Ooh, these would be absolutely perfect for breakfast! So beautiful too.

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Jasna Varcakovic 21/8/12 01:38

Beautiful, wholesome bites...

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Good Food Good Friends 21/8/12 01:58

I love plums, this looks soooo good!

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 21/8/12 02:33

Isn't spelt wonderful to bake with? I scarcely use whole wheat anymore... love the inclusion of plums here! Yum :)

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lena 21/8/12 03:15

i like that you added granolas, another delicious way to eat them! i also like that you made them small, kind of cute!

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Jess @ Bakericious 21/8/12 04:33

looks great especially with the crunchy topping!

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Jenn Kendall 21/8/12 05:16

love these muffins!! i have actually yet to bake with plums, i need to rectify that situation very soon and make these!

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mjskit 21/8/12 05:19

What a clever idea to add granola for a crunchy muffin and them the plums for a moist and delicious muffin! Beautiful muffins!

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Torviewtoronto 21/8/12 05:41

deliciously presented muffins

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 21/8/12 06:13

Love that juicy, plummy goodness!! Delicious Angie..

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Jake 21/8/12 11:13

Nice and unique recipe. Deserves a try. Thanks.

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kitchen flavours 21/8/12 11:38

Lovely! Love the combination of granola and plums! Yum!

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Pegasuslegend 21/8/12 12:58

How cant you want something that is so enticingwhat a great picture of the oozing plum yum!

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Beth 21/8/12 13:20

I bake with almost every kind of fruit, but not usually plums. I don't know why that is, but you make me think I should give them a try!

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Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 21/8/12 14:23

Ooooo - love plums! These muffins are lovely, particularly the granola top.

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anne 21/8/12 15:36

Lately , I've been checking that spelt flour here but so far , no sightings of it yet ! It would be nice to add it to my baked goodies instead of just using plain flour :D

I love the granola topping of this muffins and of course that delightful muffins as well ! lol

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Jeanette 21/8/12 17:44

I love the idea of fresh plums in muffins - the crunchy millet granola topping sounds fantastic!

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TasteHongKong 21/8/12 18:12

The plums must have added bursts of flavor to these healthy muffins.

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Namitha 21/8/12 18:13

You have a lovely collection of recipes that use spelt flour, ANgie :)

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Cucina49 21/8/12 18:47

Crunchy and tender--these sound like the perfect muffins to me!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 21/8/12 19:31

Plums don't get baked enough, these are great muffins and the topping looks amazing.

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wok with ray 21/8/12 20:34

Muffins like these you can't find anywhere but Angie's Specialty Bake Shop. :) Gosh, you make gorgeous muffins, Angie!

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Stefanie 21/8/12 23:30

Beautiful muffins! Love the explosion of plums oozing down the sides! Great use of plums while they're in season!

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Cathleen 22/8/12 00:27

What delicious muffins! I just bought a whole bag of prunes, and was wondering what to do with all of them. This is the perfect solution!

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Viviane Bauquet Farre 22/8/12 02:26

Beautifully scrumptious and textural! Angie, these are phenomenal looking. I love the plum for an unusual flavor twist!

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Velva 22/8/12 02:53

As always, nice! Your family, friends and neighbors must really enjoy eating at your house (smile).

Velva

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lisamichele 22/8/12 03:04

These muffins look phenomenal..another way I can use up the spelt flour in my freezer! Love the addition of plums..they look like jewels within the lovely crumb!

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Pencil Kitchen 22/8/12 03:53

Granola in a muffin? you can't get anymore crazier than this :D

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 22/8/12 04:11

Beautiful muffins Angie! I just love baking with plums! : )

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Sharmilee! :) 22/8/12 04:36

Granola muffins looks gorgeous....perfect as a breakfast muffins!

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Terra 22/8/12 05:42

Oh I love love finding another way to incorporate plums in a sweet treat! Those muffins look fantastic! Hugs, Terra

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Amy 22/8/12 07:26

Yum. How beautiful! I love the crumb topping you add on these muffins!

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Chic & Gorgeous Treats 22/8/12 08:34

Angie, you always bake or cook such amazing eats. I am in awwee and mesmerized by these muffins. I have never really baked with plums and super eager to give it a shot. I am always feeling happy after coming over to your blog. xoxo, Jo

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noobcook 22/8/12 08:35

They look pretty and deliciously healthy for breakfast!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 22/8/12 08:51

Plums are delicious this time of the year! This muffins definitely is packed with so much flavor!

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Hotly Spiced 22/8/12 14:41

What an excellent start to the day. So healthy xx

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Rumana Ambrin 22/8/12 14:52

It is been a long time i baked muffins.. i should try out this recipe:)

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Faith 22/8/12 14:59

These are beautiful, Angie! Love the sound of that healthy granola topping too!

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Juliana 22/8/12 16:27

Beautiful muffins Angie...especially with the granola o top...I would love to have one of this for my breakfast.
Hope you are enjoying your week :)

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Vicki Bensinger 22/8/12 16:48

I love your recipes. They're so healthy and use wonderful ingredients. I especially like the use of plums here something I haven't used before other than the Plum Amazin's. Looking forward to trying these.

By the way, thank you for the heads up on my blog post. I'm not sure what happened to #4-6 but I've re-added them.

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Eri 22/8/12 17:48

It's hard to imagine thet something that looks so good is also good for you!
amazing Angie!

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Rosita Vargas 22/8/12 19:23

Se ve muy saludable me encantan las ciruelas,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 22/8/12 20:31

What a delicious muffin recipe...these look amazing, Angie! I don't think I've ever baked with plums, how weird. Looks like I'll need to make these to fix that. :)

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Gina 23/8/12 00:21

Nice combo plums and the granola. We still have plenty of plums around here and I did need a different idea for them. This is a keeper.
-Gina-

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Elisabeth 23/8/12 02:20

Guess I'm the last one tagging along with my comment...I've been MIA for the last two days. Good thing I saw your droolworthy and yummy muffins, sooo good with the plums, healthy, and totally craving it!

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Cass @foodmyfriend 23/8/12 06:52

Would I be a little right if I said that you were trying to tease us all?

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Medeja 23/8/12 08:26

Muffins wth plums? That's a great idea that I should borrow! :)

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Edith 23/8/12 15:58

I found spelt flour in the supermarket!!! Now I can attempt your recipes!!!! Yea.

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Pacheco Patty 23/8/12 17:32

Spelt, granola, walnut oil, yogurt, plums-all things I love to bake with ;-) These muffins look good!

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suhaina aji 23/8/12 19:36

wow,,they look super tempting. Wonderful clicks. Perfectly captured.

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 23/8/12 21:36

Gosh! These are so YUMMY! My kinda treat! Absolutely gonna try! Can't wait! Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe! Looks soooo inviting! :)

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Reeni Pisano 24/8/12 03:55

These muffins with yogurt and plums are stunning! I bet they're as delicious tasting as they look.

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Grubarazzi 24/8/12 16:21

Absolutely gorgeous! I bet they are amazing. I'm going to remember this combo the next time I make muffins.

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Lena 24/8/12 20:50

These muffins are great for breakfast, and they are not to sweet. But I think it is enough to eat one of them, because after that I was full. They pleased me the best the second day. Thank you for this recipe.

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Priscilla | ShesCookin 24/8/12 23:25

I still have a few plums left from a growers tour that are a little overripe and would be perfect in muffins - love your array of spelt recipes, Angie.

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Amelia 26/8/12 09:30

Hi Angie, lovely muffins. I think I can have 2 or 3 no problem, got coffee?

Have a great day.

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Jenn 28/8/12 14:35

Ooooh.... those look and sound wonderful, Angie! (as always!)

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tasteofbeirut 7/9/12 21:46

A wonderful muffin that I could really enjoy having for breakfast every morning!

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