Apple fluffy bites [no butter, no egg]

I often need something sweet, something different, but it also has to be easy and quick. This time I had an apple and baking powder (I always try to have baking powder but a mix of baking soda and lemon juice do the work perfectly as well). The remaining ingredients are just basics.

Positive: It’s like eating a mini apple cake really but so much faster to bake! Sweet, fluffy. Perfect for breakfast or tea time.

Negative: Nothing. I love them!


  • 1 apple
  • 8 g baking powder

In your pantry:

  • 200 g flour
  • 2 tablespoons sugar (I used brown sugar)
  • 3 tablespoons honey
  • 5 cl sunflower oil


Peel and core apple. Cut into small dice.

Place apple dice in a hot pan with 2-3 spoons of water and cook for a few minutes until apple pieces are tender. Or you can skip that part and keep your apple raw or grate it!

In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking soda and a pinch of salt.

Add oil and honey. Mix well.

Add apple pieces and stir.

Prepare a baking tray covering it with parchment paper.

Using two tablespoons drop some of the mixture on the baking tray to make small balls.

Bake in preheated oven for about 10-12 minutes at 180ยฐC.

Allow to cool and enjoy!

apple fluffy bites

My advice: It’s actually a great base to try many versions. The second time I made them I added some cinnamon while cooking the apple and 20 g of coconut powder in the mixture… Yumm!

You could also try with different fresh fruits, dry fruits, nuts or chocolate chips.


3 thoughts on “Apple fluffy bites [no butter, no egg]

  1. Hi! This recipe looks really yummy :) how much baking powder does it need? Thanks, am hoping to try this soon.


    1. Hi Veronica! Thank you for your comment. You’re absolutely right I forgot to write it down! I used about 8 g of baking powder (they did rise quite a lot in the oven!). Let me know when you try them, I’d love to know your opinion. :)


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