This a well time-proven recipe, and will yield 20 mid-size muffins.
500 g wheat flour
3/4 package baking powder (about 10 g will be sufficient)
165 g sugar
a little bit of salt
1 small and flat teaspoon of ground cinnamon
All the dry material, mix them well, and best pass all through a flour screener.
Cut two large apples into small pieces, or use 3 small apples. Don’t store them for a long time, as they will turn brown. Best use some firm apples, not overly ripe or soggy.
Heat up the oven to 180 degC.
To the dry mixture, add 250 mL milk, 90 g of neutral taste oil (also works with 90 g of soft margarine). 2 Eggs.
Mix the dough well. Then add the cut apples, and mix well again.
Fill the dough into muffin papers (in some holders of metal form), fill to almost full, but don’t spill the dough (use 2 spoons for best results).
Immediately bake in the pre-heated over, for about 30 minutes.
Let cool down. You may apply some heated/liquified jam or glazing, but I just eat these plain, and also kids like it that way.