Vegan Apple Berry Bran Muffins
These Vegan Apple Berry Bran Muffins are full of flavor and nutrients and a healthy way to start your morning!
I’m honored to have been selected to create a recipe with NatureBox products on behalf of Burst Media!
Many of you know that I have a love affair with muffins. That love affair led me to create a vegan muffin recipe using the delicious Tart and Tangy Fruit Medley from NatureBox. The Tart and Tangy Fruit Medley consists of dried apples and cranberries. Yum.
You may be asking yourself “what is NatureBox?” NatureBox is an awesome little subscription service that allows you to discover and enjoy healthy snacks on a monthly basis. What’s so awesome about this service? You don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to receive delicious, healthy snacks. NatureBox items are shipped to the 48 continental United States as well as FPO/APO addresses and PO Boxes. I’ll admit, it was super awesome to receive a box packed with healthy goodies via mail. It pretty much made my evening full of awesomeness after receiving the package when I arrived home from a long day at work.
You can purchase NatureBox items for yourself, your friends, your family, for holidays, special occasions and just for the heck of it because they are so darn good and healthy. Oh did I mention that NatureBox products are healthy? All NatureBox products are made from wholesome ingredients that are even nutritionist approved! You won’t find any scary High Fructose Corn Syrup, partially hydrogenated oils, trans fat, artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners in NatureBox products! Want to learn more and order a box for yourself? Head to the NatureBox website to get started. Right now, you can get 50% off your first order with promo code SUMMERSNACKS
How about some muffins? How about some vegan muffins? Don’t be scared of the word vegan. There are some delicious vegan treats out there. Animal products aren’t the only things that produce great tasting eats. To make these vegan, I used rice milk, canola oil and egg replacer. All of these items can usually be found at your local grocery store. I hope you enjoy this recipe! adapted from How To Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman
Vegan Apple Berry Bran Muffins
adapted from How To Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman
These muffins are a perfect way to start the day. I’ve been thinking about trying NatureBox. I love working with new ingredients and the box encourages you to find create new recipes to use the ingredients. Thanks for sharing!
Naturbox is so SO good, Ashley! I’m trying to decide which pack to go with. Out of my pack that I got for this campaign, there were plantain chips, chewy cherry granola, the apple berry mix, almond mango rice crisps, and a few other things that I haven’t tried yet. Everything I tried was pretty good. My favorite was the plantain chips!
I’m definitely going to go check out Nature Box! These are fantastic muffins Julie. So many wonderful ingredients-a good way to start the day!
Awesome! Thank you so much for stopping by, Tanya!
Hm, I haven’t tried egg replacer yet. Good tip! These muffins look super yummy!
Thank you so much, Sara!
I’m game! I could use more bran in my life! These look great Julie!!
Thank you so much, Nancy!
Looks good and healthy, I’m not familiar w/ NatureBox, will have to check it out.
Thank you, Paula!
Love that these have berries in.. it really steps them up :)
Thank you! :)
Julie, I love dried fruits and especially cranberries – these muffins look delciious! I am not familiar with NatureBox but it sounds like a fabulous idea! Pinning and buffering – thanks for sharing! :)
Thank you, Cindy!
I could use some of these while enjoying my morning coffee! Love the flavors Julie! :)
Thank you, Liz!
I share in your love affair for muffins! hehe. Love these!
Thank you, Ashley!
Oh I can totally relate to this post! I adore muffins and love this vegan version of it. Delicious! :)
Thank you, Anne! Although I’m not a vegan or a vegetarian, I love making healthy recipes. And I’m not afraid of the word vegan! I plan to make some more delicious vegan recipes in the future! :)
Hi Julie, I’ve come over as part of the blog hop from Sweet 2 Eat Baking! I love this post as my 17 year old daughter has recently become vegan and it’s so hard to find recipes for her that the whole family want to eat! I blog at Slummy single mummy if you want to come and say hi any time. Jo x
Thank you so much for stopping by! I am glad you enjoyed this recipe. I will be posting more vegan recipes in the future. I am not a vegan but I do enjoy eating foods that don’t contain meat products. There’s nothing wrong with cutting meat from some of your meals! Or all of them in your daughters case. :)
Julie, this recipe makes me yearn for a rainy day!
I’d love to make these muffins and have the whole house filled with the aroma… ok, I wasn’t ready for fall before, but now I AM! :) I found you via the ‘Best of the Weekend’ party on Little Miss Celebration!
Hi Deb! Thanks you so much for stopping by and for the compliment! I hope you have a fabulous weekend! :)
I have been loving all your vegan, dairy free posts. Definitely need to make some of these. I love berry muffins. Pinning now!
Thank you, Krista! I have more coming. I might make something else this weekend too. Thanks for stopping by!
Muffins that taste awesome but are still healthy? Sign me up!
Thank you for stopping by, Elizabeth!
we just can’t say how happy we are…we tried out these muffins and they turned fabulous,thanks for sharing :-)
That’s awesome! I’m so happy you enjoyed them. Thank you for stopping by and letting me know! :)
Dear Julie, These muffins look so pretty and delicious…and they’re so healthy too! I love this…paired with a cup of coffee and I’m good to go! Blessings, Catherine xo
Thank you so much, Catherine!
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